The Bay Area choreographer, a Guggenheim recipient this year, talks to SFCV about his collaborative, activist work.
Alvin Ailey’s artistic director talks about the company’s upcoming film performance for Cal Performances and the ever-evolving mission of contemporary dance.
The dancer, musician, and tireless social activist shares her insights for living a good, just, and musical life.
LA Opera’s artist-in-residence takes the stage in Oedipus Rex on June 6. He talks with SFCV about opera’s new landscape and how he’s supporting the next generation of singers.
The bassist/composer talks about her latest disc and the diverse collaborators and influences that inform her sound.
The Hawaiian choreographer talks about his new recording and finding the boundaries between creation and disruption.
The Italian star pianist’s special concert for Cal Performances premieres May 13 and runs through June 12.
Drawing on his European classical training, his Chickasaw heritage, and sometimes Celtic roots music, Tate optimistically fuses it all into his own American style.
Even when revisiting her 2009 Steel Hammer for a film adaptation for Cal Performances, the composer likes to jump in at the deep end.
The general director’s vision has resulted in a remarkable series of video productions that have shown the company in a whole new light.