An all-star roster of artists with new releases on the adventurous label takes the stage at the Freight & Salvage on June 2.
Audiences like comedy. Opera companies like comedy. So what’s the problem?
The famed choreographer unveils a new collaborative work at YBCA May 13–22. It’s another opportunity for seeking truth, he says.
The multitalented musician is still one of the bestselling classical recording artists. Here are some of the most exciting moments from a long media trail.
Your local symphony knows all about you. Is that a good thing? Opinions differ greatly.
Your cheat sheet to great music festivals across California and the West.
The SF Ballet’s principal ballerina and others talk openly about their own battles in a high-stress, physically demanding profession.
The soundscape of the desert is part of composer Kennedy Verrett’s SoundCheckEarth, which premieres outdoors at the park, on Earth Day.
One of the latest big players to move out West, drummer Gerald Cleaver, has Wolff composing for sextet again.
The LA Phil and Deaf West Theatre reimagine Beethoven’s only opera as a feast for the eyes as well as the ears.