Victoria Looseleaf - September 26, 2023
Michael Zwiebach - September 26, 2023


James Conlon’s strong, insightful direction of the singers and orchestra meets a less imaginative production.

The orchestra has added a handful of new musicians to its roster but is still looking to fill some major openings.

Not a fan of social media, intrigued by the novels of E.T.A. Hoffmann, Borrow is charting his own path and playing music he loves.

The innovative company’s latest is the sci-fi Star Choir, about colonization and what it means to be human.

Plans are being drawn up for a potential new recital hall and decreased seating capacity.

These recordings led by Gustavo Dudamel in February of this year capture some of the pianist’s most thrilling work to date.

A couple of conductors are out at the SF Symphony, and Christine Goerke won’t sing at Cal Performances.

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From the Archives

On March 29, 2023, baritone Will Liverman joined music journalist Steven Winn

A full slate of upcoming concerts reveals a flourishing scene for the passionate art form.

At Carnegie Hall, the Egyptian soprano and Andalusian guitarist trace the exchange of Islamic and Judaic influences in Spanish songs.