SFCV chats with the famed sibling piano duo about working with contemporary composers and staging new pieces.
The star soprano, who makes her SF Opera debut this month as Violetta, says hard work is at the core of everything she does.
Now studying conducting at university in Vienna, the young composer has revised her first opera and written another.
The famous composer talks about his latest work and coming back from a long struggle with depression.
SFCV chats with the star violinist about her many enthusiasms, both in art and in life.
The soprano’s role debut as Madame Lidoine, also her company debut, comes as her career begins to skyrocket.
The choreographer’s latest piece, The Look of Love, draws on songs and feelings that everyone knows.
The tenor chats about starring in Rhiannon Giddens and Michael Abels’s work at LA Opera and being a magnet for new music generally.
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.