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The new concerto is tailored to showcase percussionist Jacob Nissly’s formidable chops.
An SFJAZZ series celebrates the groundbreaking German record label as it turns 50.
A trip to the Oakland Symphony tells you a lot about the deep connections of the orchestra to its community.
Michael Cavanagh’s new production looks to find central themes about American society in The Marriage of Figaro and the two other Mozart-Da Ponte operas.
The Mexican composer talks about Yanga, her latest LA Phil commission.
The jazz virtuoso has an upcoming gig at SFJAZZ. He reveals his wildly eclectic influences.
A full slate of upcoming concerts reveals a flourishing scene for the passionate art form.
The Los Angeles baritone is up-close and personal in a cabaret show at Boston Court Pasadena.
An all-star cast, including Renée Fleming, sings splendidly, but the show skirts many of the issues it raises.
LA Phil catches fire with a pan-American concert of old favorites and a world premiere.
Although the composer’s music is touted as avant-garde, the lovely sounds offered at Bing were anything but.
A piano quartet from Latvian composer Pēteris Vasks gets the audience on its feet.
The in-demand baritone plays himself in a cabaret-style, one-man show in Pasadena.