Tyra Ingram Cable Strikes Up the Band Lou Fancher - May 10, 2021 Feature Bill Kwan Gets Beneath the Skin With Sade Andrew Gilbert - May 11, 2021 Feature Meet Beatrice Rana Victoria Looseleaf - May 10, 2021 Artist Spotlight Latest Mills Faculty Challenges the College’s Closure Decision Music News An overwhelming no-confidence vote may set the stage for future action. SF Symphony Returns to Live Performance, Modestly Review Only a few could witness it live, but the orchestra’s return to Davies was a vibrant reminder of what we’ve been missing. Are We on the Brink of Normal? Observations on the Reopening of Davies Hall Music News The audience was filled with joy just to be in the hall again. West Edge Opera’s Snapshot Festival Arrives This Weekend Music News The new works festival will be outdoors at the Bruns Amphitheater. Art Song of Black Composers Series Begins at The Marsh Preview Soprano Candace Johnson’s series begins with Adolphus Hailstork and features interviews as well as song. LA Phil Announces a Full Summer at the Hollywood Bowl Music News The season of Bowl concerts will include more than 50 performances through September. SF Ballet’s 2022 Season to Honor Its Long-Serving Director Music News The company will present seven Helgi Tomasson dances after its traditional Nutcracker run in December. Dance SF Ballet’s 2022 Season to Honor Its Long-Serving Director May 11, 2021 Segerstrom Center for the Arts and American Ballet Theatre Join Forces and Go Live April 25, 2021 Oakland Choreographer Amara Tabor-Smith Digs Deep April 13, 2021 Balanchine’s Collection of Jewels Still Tantalizes April 8, 2021 See All Dance Articles > Jazz Bill Kwan Gets Beneath the Skin With Sade May 11, 2021 The Essential Myra Melford April 19, 2021 Celebrating Astor Piazzolla at 100 April 11, 2021 Hafez Modirzadeh Pushes Jazz Beyond the Limits of Chromatic Tones April 5, 2021 See All Jazz Articles > Opera West Edge Opera’s Snapshot Festival Arrives This Weekend May 11, 2021 Merola Opera Program to Return This Summer After a Two-Year Hiatus May 4, 2021 Khori Dastoor Brings Opera San José to the Forefront April 27, 2021 See All Opera Articles > Homepage Links Listen to KDFC Facebook Twitter Instagram The SFCV Weekly Newsletter Receive the latest news delivered straight to your inbox with a digest of all the latest events, reviews, and hot deals. 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Tyra Ingram Cable Strikes Up the Band See All Features > Reviews SF Symphony Returns to Live Performance, Modestly The Many Faces of the Violin The Piano Musings of Scott Wollschleger See All Reviews > Music News West Edge Opera’s Snapshot Festival Arrives This Weekend Laguna Beach Music Festival Shows Ambition Under Conrad Tao SF Ballet’s 2022 Season to Honor Its Long-Serving Director See All Music News > Artist Spotlights Meet Beatrice Rana Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate Uncovers Native American Classical for SF Symphony Julia Wolfe: Embracing Creative Risk See All Artist Spotlights > Previews Art Song of Black Composers Series Begins at The Marsh Segerstrom Center for the Arts and American Ballet Theatre Join Forces and Go Live Salastina Builds a Joyful, Inclusive Forum for Classical Music See All Previews > Media The Many Faces of the Violin The Piano Musings of Scott Wollschleger New Recordings of Great 20th-Century British Music See All Media Reviews > From the Archives Regina Carter’s Extraordinary Career Continues to Evolve Artist Spotlight With a new album out and lots of irons in the fire, the jazz violinist has plenty to talk about. Classical Violin and Scottish Fiddle: A Two-Hundred-Year Musical Conversation Feature As our world grows more interconnected, folk and classical traditions continuously mix it up. Brazil in the Bay Area Feature Brazilian music has put down roots in the Bay Area, and California Brazil Camp is a major reason why. Keep Calm and Cook On: Four Bay Area Vocalists Spill the Beans Feature Great stories about opera singers who are cooking while sheltering — with recipes!