The choreographer’s latest offering is an outdoor production at a farm in Petaluma, gourmet dinner included.

Composition, painting, and the like may no longer be an official part of the games, but the Cultural Olympiad is going strong in Paris this year.

The annual series at the Hollywood Bowl features everything from indie bands to pop singer-songwriters to reggae musicians.

Symphonies large and small from across the state are convening in San Francisco for the three-day event.

A prolonged renovation of the orchestra’s main venue has forced the organization to get creative.

The Walnut Creek company is staging Francis Poulenc’s La voix humaine in dialogue with Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas.

Emphasizing a through line over episodic diversions, this performance clarifies the piece’s overall design.

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From the Archives

On Oct. 5, 2023, cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason joined music writer Lev Mamuya via Zoom in SFCV’s interview series.

After nearly 50 years, the quartet still has new things to say. The festival April 7–9 spans its ever-expanding repertory.

At 63, the soprano has many irons in the fire, including un-retiring from the Metropolitan Opera to sing in a premiere.

Da-Hong Seetoo trained as a virtuoso violinist, but for the past several decades, he’s made his biggest impact as an audio engineer.