The eclectic Iranian-American composer talks about his wide-ranging roots, creating meaningful music, and his ongoing work with children.
In town to conduct SFO’s groundbreaking Barber of Seville, the rising star talks about his journey from church choir to conductor’s podium.
The Rainin Fellowship recipient talks about her spiritual approach to creating new work and how it has evolved during the pandemic.
A conversation with CAP UCLA’s executive and artistic director reveals the serious challenges of mounting an original season virtually, and the equal test of getting ready for reopening.
The fearless saxophonist and composer talks about his latest explorations with three top pianists.
The composer finds musical inspiration in children’s games, puzzles, found sound, and above all else, other creative spirits.
The accomplished musician has a burgeoning career in stand-up comedy.
The Puerto Rican composer and multi-instrumentalist talks to SFCV about her latest works and finding new ways to make music in 2021.
Hear the keyboard master perform Bach’s Goldberg Variations for Cal Performances starting March 4.
Celebrating a new album out this week, the Grammy-winning soprano shares her backstory and insight into her embrace of diverse musical styles.