The downhome diva talks with SFCV about the challenges of mastering the title role in Verdi’s timeless opera and why it’s still relevant today.
The composer talks about the perception and reality of Latin American music and about a new work getting its world premiere with the LA Phil this week.
California Symphony’s artist-in-residence talks about creativity, composition, and a new piece premiering live on May 14.
The Met’s “most daring diva” talks with SFCV about her storied career, performing with her husband, and the enduring allure of My Fair Lady.
The ascending countertenor talks with SFCV about his star turn on The Voice, his upcoming date with Opera Parallèle, and about being an “everyday singer.”
The choreographer talks about the groundbreaking work she and her group have done and what makes them distinctive.
The six-time Grammy winner is a passionate advocate for new music and music education, and he makes his SF Symphony debut April 7–9.
The Polish countertenor and champion break dancer tells SFCV about the latest projects in his blazing career.
We chat with the artist about her devotion to Ludwig van B, her teaching gig at UCSB, and her ambitious new release with Robert Koenig.
The gifted cellist talks about his approach to the instrument and his latest album.