Soprano Amina Edris will create the role originally intended for Julia Bullock, who’s expecting her first child this fall.

The orchestra will feature a variety of soloists next season, while Andrew Bales’s successor prepares to build on the organization’s successes.

The perennial favorite is part of SFO’s multiyear presentation of three Mozart/Lorenzo Da Ponte works set in the same house during different eras.

The cellist performed Elgar’s Cello Concerto with a remarkable balance of power and nuance.

Violinist Daniel Hope joins forces with violist Paul Neubauer in an ebullient Sinfonia Concertante.

The new alliance provides a chance to explore “new ideas for performing, recording, and distributing music,” says SFCM President David Stull.

Ellen Reid’s Floodplain gets its long-awaited world premiere in a lush concert that also includes favorites from Brahms and Beethoven.

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