The new-music godfather talks about his long career, the evolution of contemporary music, and why he’s not leaping on the livestream bandwagon.
The revered choral director reflects on a career spent cultivating young vocal talent.
With a full slate of ongoing performances and teaching gigs, the jazz violinist is keeping himself more than busy. He tells SFCV how he manages it all.
The Los Angeles piano duo swept the 2020 Audience Choice Awards. Sarah Gibson and Thomas Kotcheff fill us in on their latest projects.
With a new album out and lots of irons in the fire, the jazz violinist has plenty to talk about.
The ukulele virtuoso, who rocketed to fame via a Beatles cover 15 years ago, talks about his new album and the joys of staying home.
Mark Almond, just named associate principal horn with the SF Symphony, is on the front line of coronavirus research as a physician at UCSF.
Her new album features new music from American immigrant composers from around the globe. The piano virtuoso talks about her selections and how they reflect the moment.
The Oakland-based musician chats about his new album, the link between his electronic music and Chopin, and life with the coronavirus.
The composer talks about learning her craft and building a Black presence in opera.