Look for chamber performances at [email protected] and with the LA Phil at the Hollywood Bowl.
Min tells SFCV about her anything-but-traditional approach to the pipa and her new soundtrack project with jazz guitarist Rez Abassi.
The Pulitzer Prize-winner tells SFCV about her earliest influences and latest work.
Incorporating everything from jazz to Sumerian choruses into her work, the Iranian-born polymath never stops creating. She talks with SFCV about her latest projects.
From community outreach to a Pulitzer-winning production, Jacobs is redefining opera. She talks to SFCV about her company’s upcoming projects and underlying philosophy.
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.