Opened just five months ago, the “sacred space” for jazz has plugged a lot of gaps for S.F.-connected musicians.
The new chamber opera about prophecy and instability is the climax of the artist’s yearlong residency at UC Berkeley.
The saxophonist/composer, a key figure in the Afrofuturist movement, celebrates 50 years of his band as he moves into new creative territory.
The conductorless chamber orchestra launches the Herbert Franklin Mells Project, performing scores that have gone unheard for almost 70 years.
Many of these artists have been getting the spotlight year-round from leading presenters, and rightly so.
Classical insiders, like conductor JoAnn Falletta, have major issues with the film’s veracity, but they’re still fascinated.
The Soraya brings to fruition a trilogy of works celebrating native California trees that are now threatened by climate change.
The store is hosting a stellar lineup on the ivories this spring, resurrecting some jazz history in the process.
Cappella Romana discovers and performs music from a meeting in 1400 between the English king and the Byzantine emperor.
Memorial concerts this month celebrate the lives of two Bay Area jazzmen.