Peter Feher - July 20, 2021

UPDATED July 20: SFCV’s weekly guide to online music.

Jim Farber - July 19, 2021

Trying to shake the pandemic and its performance restrictions is anything but straightforward.

Richard S. Ginell - July 19, 2021

He’s one of the giants of the jazz world, but he’s never settled for just one genre. SFCV has your guide to the pianist/composer’s staggering output.

Michael Zwiebach - July 13, 2021

Eight exciting new opera projects vie for one commission, as Aperture’s first year reaches its concluding episodes.

Emily Wilson - July 7, 2021

A new SFMOMA retrospective of the experimental artist’s work emphasizes his relationship with and ideas about music. Is it time for classical musicians to take him seriously?

Nicholas Jones - July 6, 2021

The brilliant Baroque violinist died in June, leaving an impressive legacy. Here’s our guide to some of her best work.

SFCV Editors - June 29, 2021

Your cheat sheet to great music festivals across California and the West — live and virtual.

Andrew Gilbert - June 28, 2021

Listen in this week as the “mama bear of the Bay Area jazz scene” reluctantly wraps up her long run on KCSM.

Jeff Kaliss - June 22, 2021

Aaron Lington’s performance of Bach chorales might be a little unusual, but then, so is everything that the inclusive Little Village Foundation records.

Richard S. Ginell - June 21, 2021

“Recovered Voices” is a thread that runs through the LA Opera music director’s four decades of recordings.