Support San Francisco Classical Voice

Upcoming Free Events

Sat April 26, 2014 1:30pm
San Francisco Girls Chorus
Sat April 26, 2014 8:00pm
San Francisco Chamber Orchestra
Sun April 27, 2014 12:30pm
San Francisco Contemporary Music Players

What's New?

Kids & Families Feature
April 24, 2014

The S.F. Symphony’s Adventures in Music program reaches every child in grades 1-5 in the San Francisco Unified School District with music appreciation, inspiring them and building community.

More "How 24,000 Students Leave Their Hearts in San Francisco" »
Upcoming Concert
acis-galatea-130.png
    Sat April 26, 2014 11:00am

    The free, inter-generational dance classes to teach choreographic phrases from different works by Mark Morris come to Cal Performances.

    More about Cal Performances »
    More Previews »

    Upcoming Concert
    jake-heggie_2.png
      April 26 and 28

      Festival Opera confronts the Holocaust in two powerful chamber operas — one created by Nazi victims in 1943, one by a hopeful contemporary team of composer-and-lyricist.

      More about Festival Opera »
      More Previews »

      Artist Spotlight
      April 15, 2014

      A passion for connecting today’s audiences with great music of the past is the driving force behind Nicole Paiement’s rising company, Opera Parallèle.

      More »
      More Artist Spotlights
      News Report
      April 11, 2014

      The Peninsula Symphony was allegedly robbed by its former executive director, but it was also compromised by a board that trusted too much.

      More "UPDATE: The Discreet Charm of Stephen Jay Carlton" »
      Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra REVIEW
         Terry Riley to the Max
      April 12, 2014

      The “Minimalist Jukebox,” a grand exploration of minimalism, is spinning Los Angeles itself. Two days belonged to the man who started it all: Terry Riley.

      More »
      More Reviews »
      Recital REVIEW
       Steinway Society  Liszt Blitz From Khatia Buniatishvili
      April 13, 2014

      Georgian-born Khatia Buniatishvili’s deeply felt musicality proves right for Liszt and Ravel, but is a bit off for a Chopin sonata.

      More about Steinway Society »
      More Reviews »
      Chamber Music REVIEW
       Berkeley Symphony   Chambered Pleasures With the Berkeley Symphony
      April 13, 2014

      The stars were aligned in Piedmont for the fifth and concluding program of the Berkeley Symphony’s season chamber series.

      More about Berkeley Symphony »
      More Reviews »
      Festival REVIEW
       Switchboard Music Festival  Pick a Genre, Play it Loud
      April 12, 2014

      Switch-ups mark the annual Switchboard Music Festival, with genres from all over the map (and then some) and a lot of radical playing going on.

      More about Switchboard Music Festival »
      More Reviews »
      Chamber Orchestra/Orchestra REVIEW
       San Francisco Symphony  Blomstedt: Insight and Mastery Mesmerize
      April 9, 2014

      When he is back in town to solidify his position as the Symphony’s Conductor Laureate, Herbert Blomstedt conducts the repertoire he loves, and that San Francisco audiences most love to hear from him.

      More about San Francisco Symphony »
      More Reviews »

      Did you know that SFCV covers more than just San Francisco classical music? We also feature classical music concerts, news, and reviews from all across the Bay Area including San Jose/Silicon Valley, Marin County, East Bay, and Contra Costa County.

      Find SFCV on Facebook Follow SFCV on Twitter  Get real-time SFCV updates via RSS Listen Live to KDFC

      Find Bay Area Events

      Format: 2014-04-25
      Format: 2014-04-25



      Grab Bag


      From Igudesman & Joo's new show "AND NOW MOZART". Includes "Give it up for Mo" music and lyrics by Igudesman & Joo.