Every week, our writers take an in‐depth look at an artist, program or topic of interest to us. Spend some time with this week's classical music feature, or scroll through the extensive SFCV archive for insights in many music topics.
In his thorough remaking of a holiday classic, choreographer Mark Morris has created a new tradition showing us how great, new art can emerge from older classics, forging an enduring bond with a new audience.More "The Hard Nut: Funny, Fabulous, and For Our Times" »
One month from the opening of the new concert hall on the Stanford University campus, where Stanford Live will present most of its events, SFCV takes the tour and gets the details from the architects and acousticians.More "Bing Concert Hall Ready for Grand Opening" »
Basking in the glow of its Asia tour, members of the S.F. Symphony reflect on some of the musical and extramusical pleasures they enjoyed.More "Music and More: S.F. Symphony Asia Tour a Success" »
The San Francisco Opera's 2013-2014 season celebrates Wagner and Verdi bicentennials, and much more.More "S.F. Opera to Celebrate Wagner, Verdi Bicentennials" »
In the “new economy,” young musicians are finding their way, despite an uncertain job market, declining concert attendance, and other discouragements. Here are some of their stories, along with the perspective of an older generation.More "Portraits for a Young Musician" »