An opera may ultimately be judged by its music, but exhilarating visual appeal can’t hurt.
How a great American composer discovered the value of his African roots.
This year, musicians, staff, and orchestra managers are overstretched and facing high-risk contract negotiations.
Genius pianist, oddball, polemicist — here’s Gould at his best, including a lot of things that deserve more notoriety.
Bassist Giulio Cetto was a vital presence on the Bay Area jazz scene before an accident struck, but he rallied with the help of the community.
We asked, you answered.
Da-Hong Seetoo trained as a virtuoso violinist, but for the past several decades, he’s made his biggest impact as an audio engineer.
The world is finally awakening to the fraught, fascinating history of Ukrainian classical music.
Chanel “Byb” Bibene brings his dance piece about sartorial reinvention to the SF International Arts Festival.
The pandemic accelerated a trend that had been brewing for some time: Many major players are now based on the West Coast.