The lauded composer, multi-instrumentalist, and MacArthur Fellow talks about the diverse influences and ideas behind his latest recording.
The singer made her role debut with SF Opera on Saturday. Catch one of the four remaining performances.
The author chats about the background and innovative format of The Monster I Am Today, his new book of poetry and verse about the revered diva.
A conversation with the artist about choreographing and directing a Schoenberg masterpiece that debuts at The Ford this month.
One half of Los Hermanos, the documentary film, is bringing a new concerto to Festival Napa Valley.
Look for chamber performances at [email protected] and with the LA Phil at the Hollywood Bowl.
Min tells SFCV about her anything-but-traditional approach to the pipa and her new soundtrack project with jazz guitarist Rez Abassi.
The Pulitzer Prize-winner tells SFCV about her earliest influences and latest work.
Incorporating everything from jazz to Sumerian choruses into her work, the Iranian-born polymath never stops creating. She talks with SFCV about her latest projects.
From community outreach to a Pulitzer-winning production, Jacobs is redefining opera. She talks to SFCV about her company’s upcoming projects and underlying philosophy.