The star violinist and entrepreneur arrives in Walnut Creek to play Wynton Marsalis with the California Symphony.
Not a fan of social media, intrigued by the novels of E.T.A. Hoffmann, Borrow is charting his own path and playing music he loves.
The mezzo-soprano is singing in back-to-back productions of Don Giovanni and The Barber of Seville this fall.
Master of electronica though he is, the composer of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs links his ideals to 19th-century programmatic music.
The singer has a commanding voice, but she continues to train and extend it, enjoying all of the practice and rehearsal along the way.
The Romanian singer, making his SF Opera debut in Il trovatore, has been well taught but also has the right tools for the trade.
The Met Opera trombonist has a bird’s-eye view of the industry from teaching at Juilliard and Santa Barbara’s Music Academy.
The young lyric tenor talks up the advantages of the company’s apprenticeship model as he takes on his first starring roles.
The violinist, whose latest album drops this month, continues to explore new music, overlooked works by Black composers, and much else.
The San Francisco native reflects on his inspirations, his writing process, and finding his own musical voice.