Princeton’s music department shoots a virtual opera with multiple cell phones.
SF Symphony’s new music director has an impressive back catalog as a conductor and a composer. Here’s our guide to some of his best.
Orchestra musicians are largely freelancers, and their situation is taking a toll on them.
Tune in at 8:11 day or night to catch the jazz chanteuse’s livestreamed talk show on Facebook Live.
Choosing from the singer’s enormous legacy in all media can be daunting. Here’s an assist.
A year of pandemic has forced even video-shy artists to confront new norms for reaching an audience. Front-line musicians tell SFCV about the experience.
The young composer’s new recording was created in partnership with the Asian Art Museum.
SF Symphony cellist Barbara Bogatin considers the conductor’s role from the other side of the podium.
As Nicholas McGegan and Celine Ricci report, historical performance practice is not about embracing austerity, but rather its opposite.
The intrepid Chicago jazz organization has informed and inspired generations of local artists. Our jazz critic hears from prominent Bay Area musicians about this lodestar of creative energy.