As Both gets set for its Los Angeles premiere, the composer talks about what this major piece means and how her process factors in.
The famed pianist chats about his early training, teaching the next generation, and an upcoming concert for San Francisco Performances.
The tenor sings Edgardo in Lucia di Lammermoor starting this month, and he shares the special chemistry he has with the company.
Before his Hollywood Bowl appearance, the pianist chats about his life, work, and new album, The Disney Book.
The Bay Area music director talks about his career and the upcoming California Symphony season.
The soprano, who’s creating the role in John Adams’s new work at SF Opera, chats with SFCV about approaching a legendary character.
The much-in-demand conductor makes her LA Phil debut this month, ahead of taking up the baton with LA Opera for the next several seasons.
SFCV chats with the composer who, at 83, is still finding new challenges, be it writing his next piece or conducting another performance.
Red Culebra’s performance blends Indigenous storytelling, electronics, dance, and animation, but the audience also has work to do.
The vocalist has much to share about jazz, the human condition, politics, and the creative life. Here, she drops just a bit of her accumulated wisdom.