Previews

Each week, SFCV looks behind the scenes to give you a sneak peak of what's coming up on stages around the Bay Area...so you can learn about concerts before they happen.

Artist Spotlight
October 14, 2011

L.A. Philharmonic’s president and CEO speaks about grappling with change, securing loyal audiences, and serving the community.

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Artist Spotlight
October 13, 2011

The acclaimed mezzo overcame fears and youthful hang-ups, and even the lack of a trill, to perform and record widely.

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Upcoming Concert
October 12, 2011

The radical, sometimes wacky, music of composer/pianist John Cage receives a hearing on the Stanford campus.

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Upcoming Concert
October 10, 2011

Singing “in the key of life” continues to be the mission of Cantare Con Vivo, now celebrating its 25th year of song and service.

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Upcoming Concert
October 10, 2011

The San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music provide a nice classical chamber series at the Legion of Honor, but their signature event has quickly become Chamber Music Day at the de Young Museum.

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Upcoming Concert
October 10, 2011

New twists (and languages) in works by Ravel and Schoenberg mark the treatment of the Sounds New ensemble.

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Upcoming Concert
October 10, 2011

If you’ve been dying to hear Shostakovich, his Symphony No. 14 is the one for you

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Upcoming Concert
October 10, 2011

Possessed of a large, rich, flexible voice that works equally well in Verdi, Wagner, and Handel, Stephanie Blythe leaves all that behind to once again champion American music in recital.

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Artist Spotlight
October 10, 2011

A bright light of the cello reflects on his start in music, his love of sonic experiments, biking through the Alps, and the new work for electronic cello that he’s premiering.

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Artist Spotlight
October 7, 2011

Legendary pianist McCoy Tyner expounds on his six decades of music-making, and swinging alongside other jazz greats.

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