The SF Symphony and Esa-Pekka Salonen also presented a cheerful romp through Stravinsky’s neoclassical ballet Pulcinella.

Decent Structures Arts brings the choreographer’s new work, Put Away the Fire, dear in their S.F. debut.

552 Capp St. doubles the size of the institution, no longer San Francisco’s best-kept secret.

The six-hour double-concert was filled with surprises and welcome guest appearances.

The pianist takes Schubert’s song as a starting point for a wide-ranging, poetic look at dream states.

The Conservatory of Music's students and faculty are serving up an array of free-to-the-public performances over the next month.

SF Bach Choir’s Many Voices, One Art Choral Festival reduces barriers to participating in group singing.

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From the Archives

On Oct. 5, 2023, cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason joined music writer Lev Mamuya via Zoom in SFCV’s interview series.

After nearly 50 years, the quartet still has new things to say. The festival April 7–9 spans its ever-expanding repertory.

At 63, the soprano has many irons in the fire, including un-retiring from the Metropolitan Opera to sing in a premiere.

Da-Hong Seetoo trained as a virtuoso violinist, but for the past several decades, he’s made his biggest impact as an audio engineer.