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What's New?

Feature Article
September 19, 2017

The fall 2017 season is full to bursting again. Here's a short list of big-ticket (and small-ticket) items for your consideration.

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Recital Review
September 19, 2017

The intimate venue and well-chosen program prove a good match for the charming baritone in this inaugural matinee.

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Recital Review
September 20, 2017

Amit Peled’s recital embraced the audience in a way that was genuinely intimate and unforced.

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Opera Review
September 11, 2017

It would be a crime to miss this great cast in San Francisco Opera’s brilliant production.

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Opera Review
September 11, 2017

The much-loved, much-seen show, with its opulent designs, opens the season with a lukewarm cast.

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Upcoming Concert
September 16, 2017

Smuin’s season opener features the lauded choreographer’s Requiem for a Rose.

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Upcoming Concert
September 19, 2017

Local composer Barry Phillips builds a sensitive score for Tal Skloot’s documentary about a wheelchair hiker who conquers a Sierra mountain pass.

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Artist Spotlight
September 5, 2017

The charming soprano sings the challenging title role in S.F. Opera’s Elektra

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Feature Article
September 18, 2017

An extraordinary season at Sunset, Nick Di Scala connects, and a robot at the podium

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Feature Article
September 11, 2017

The award-winning classical Indian vocalist is an unlikely pop star.

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Recital Review
September 12, 2017

Four years off of a Cliburn Competition Bronze Medal, the pianist delves into unfamiliar material with confidence and insight.

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Opera Review
September 12, 2017

The innovative company’s anachronistic La Circe is a zany take on a wild opera.

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Recital Review
September 12, 2017

Exploring Memphis soul may turn off purists, but the jazz great channels this music with ease and power.

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Feature Article
September 5, 2017

American Bach Soloists is training dozens of young artists in the discipline of early music performance just as the early music movement itself opens up.

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