The celebrated choreographer, who’s working with SFDanceworks this summer, talks about her vision and process.
Huang likes her Bach “earthy” and thinks deeply about how to connect with an audience.
The Berkeley-raised musician chats with SFCV about their Peruvian roots and creating the time and space for healing.
The American music director reflects on her trailblazing career, important mentors, and the value of expanding the canon.
The Swedish soprano returns to SF Opera to tackle the challenging character of the Dyer’s Wife in Die Frau ohne Schatten.
The Korean soprano brings her Italian training and experience of motherhood to the role of Cio-Cio-San.
The singer-songwriter discusses her collaboration with string quartet Brooklyn Rider, celebrating the power of beauty as a political act.
The star bass talks about his career, fighting for the underdog, and being a family man.
Much as he loves Bach and Mozart, the insightful pianist has a lot more than that going on in his performances — and in his personal life.
While enjoying the first summit of her career, Stasevska also has the courage to run supplies to her home country of Ukraine.