The star trumpeter and composer will take over Randall Kline’s job in the fall.

The artistic couple and their tempestuous love is the subject of Gabriela Lena Frank and Nilo Cruz’s new work, now at SF Opera.

Tenor Karim Sulayman and guitarist Sean Shibe record a sophisticated album that raises questions about identity and cultural exchange.

There will be an added poignancy to the San Francisco Symphony’s performances of Adriana Mater this week.

When the production works, it’s the music, not the directorial concept, that triumphs.

Stephen King’s bestselling novel comes to the opera stage with, thankfully, less luridness than Stanley Kubrick’s famous film adaptation.

The diverse summer lineup of music, theater, dance, and performance art will be based in the Mission District this year.

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2021­–2022 will see a huge jump in minority representation on orchestral concert schedules. Some leaders say that change is here to stay.

Following the whirlwind of revelations, allegations, and promises of reform, we ask opera insiders about the state of the art since #MeToo.

LA Opera’s artist-in-residence takes the stage in Oedipus Rex on June 6.

The conductor was at the center of the major opera house revival of Handel, and he brings that experience to the West Coast with Alcina.