The dancer, choreographer, and educator shares her ideas for building an equitable, open, and inclusive world of dance.
Honoring military vets and front-line COVID-19 responders, the film is an artistic leap for the noted choreographer/director.
The resilient choreographer remains active, creative, and collaborative, whatever the challenges.
The S.F. violinist/composer talks about balancing classical music with bluegrass on her new CD with Nashville mandolin wizard Tristan Scroggins.
The award-winning trumpeter, composer, and designer shares his vision for the future of music, culture, and social justice in America.
SFGC's artistic director talks about the pivot to online learning, plus how to nurture change in a younger generation.
The prolific composer, one of the living giants of American composition, discusses his own idiosyncratic life journey and becoming comfortable with his nonconformist musical style.
In a long interview, the renowned jazz polymath talks about staying human and finding love, justice, and hope in dark times.
The Grammy-winning East Bay artist shares his insights on staying focused and creative in turbulent times.
The “modern-day Diaghilev” talks about her role bringing groundbreaking works to the stage.