SFCV chats with the award-winning, boundary-breaking dance artist, whose company, A.I.M, comes to California this month.
The founder of the Rubin Institute for Music Criticism at SFCM has released a memoir about his career in journalism and book publishing.
SFCV chats with a leading figure in new music, who wraps up his tenure with the famed Ensemble intercontemporain this season.
The mezzo-soprano reconnects with audiences, artists, and nature in her latest recital project, which tours California this month.
The soprano who’s long been a muse in contemporary music is turning to a mythical character for her latest project.
Having grabbed the brass ring at the San Francisco Symphony, he’s working on being “discovered” and integrating his wide musical experience into his style.
The ensemble’s longtime music director leads the annual New Year’s concerts before stepping down in January.
Visions of sugar plums dance in her head, alongside ideas for automating air traffic control.
SFCV chats with the conductor and artistic director, one of the original figures on the Bay Area early-music scene.
SFCV chats with the composer whose work lies at the intersection of Indian and Western classical traditions.