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John Keene comes to the company from Seattle Opera.

A five-month search ends with the appointment of well-respected stage director Shawna Lucey.

Naxos releases new recordings of Mieczysław Weinberg’s The Passenger and Kevin Puts’s Silent Night.

The choreographer’s new work is rich, dense, and shows a mastery of many styles.

The ongoing online history programs bring a new perspective to some great music.

The company soldiers on in its first season without founder Donald Pippin.

Shaina Taub’s music and lyrics put a jazzy, soulful spin on the Bard’s romantic comedy.

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The Oakland Symphony's conductor focuses on using music to bring his community together.

The conductor is pursuing his new collaborative role with SFS in a fresh video/podcast series.

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The experimental opera company that scored big with Hopscotch works with composers Du Yun and Raven Chacon on Sweet Land.