Emily Wilson - May 20, 2024

The composer and pianist’s great-great-great-granddaughter, Sheila Hayman, uncovers family history in a new documentary.

SFCV Editors, Janos Gereben - May 17, 2024

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

Lou Fancher - May 14, 2024

Cal Performances is one of a growing number of arts organizations offering the latest in technology and accessibility services.

Andrew Gilbert - May 13, 2024

Santa Cruz violinist Kaethe Hostetter tours the state this month with Qwanqwa, an all-star group featuring players from Addis Ababa.

Yoshi Kato - April 30, 2024

The SF International Arts Festival may not have big-name headliners, but it has audacious and eclectic artists aplenty.

Jeff Kaliss - April 22, 2024

The institution changed its business model in the middle of a pandemic. Here’s why.

Andrew Gilbert - April 22, 2024

The saxophonist and flutist, who returns to the Bay Area this month, has gained a cult following for his unique artistic intuition.

Katelyn Simone - April 9, 2024

Working with filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, Kline explores the eccentric inventor’s character and connections to the modern age.

Victoria Looseleaf - April 8, 2024

Whether it’s through food, fun, or conversation, the L.A. chamber organization has figured out some key ways to connect with audiences.

Andrew Gilbert - April 2, 2024

Video game music has a sizable fan base, and the academy has taken notice.