The Might (?) at the End of the Tunnel: Planning for the Return of Live Performance Jim Farber - April 5, 2021 Feature The Essential Isabel Leonard Jason Victor Serinus - April 5, 2021 Feature Women Take Pride of Place at This Year’s Berkeley Festival of Choro Andrew Gilbert - April 5, 2021 Feature Latest Celebrating Astor Piazzolla at 100 Review The Philharmonic Society of Orange County hosts violinist Philippe Quint in a tribute to the artist who transformed tango. Black Classical Music History in One Convenient Box Review The groundbreaking CBS Masterworks Black Composers Series presents parallel music history spanning two centuries. Balanchine’s Collection of Jewels Still Tantalizes Review SF Ballet’s streaming video of these glittering gems is available through April 21. Hafez Modirzadeh Pushes Jazz Beyond the Limits of Chromatic Tones Artist Spotlight The fearless saxophonist and composer talks about his latest explorations with three top pianists. Is Orange the New Hope for Arts Presenters to Get Into the Black? Music News As control of the pandemic improves, more California counties are moving into the less-restrictive Orange tier. Left Coast Chamber Ensemble Soars in Quartet for the End of Time Review LCCE’s new recording elicits the transcendent spirit of Olivier Messiaen’s timeless composition. Christine Goerke Blows the Roof Off the Virtual House Review Accompanied by pianist Craig Terry, the powerhouse soprano shows her formidable chops in an intimate “at home” recital for Cal Performances. Dance Balanchine’s Collection of Jewels Still Tantalizes April 8, 2021 Stream This! April 6, 2021 SF Ballet’s Wooden Dimes Falls Short on Payoff March 9, 2021 Recent Dance Films to Savor Right Now March 1, 2021 See All Dance Articles > Jazz Celebrating Astor Piazzolla at 100 April 11, 2021 Stream This! 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