This expansive essay explores the cultural contradictions of the Harlem Renaissance and American culture informing Still’s musical achievements.
Social-justice advocacy is all in a day’s work for the virtuosic drummer. Her run of five unique shows at SFJAZZ starts Feb. 16.
A new generation of visionary directors stands tradition on its head to find relevant ways to present opera.
What to explore first in the great pianist’s recordings.
The dynamic dancer/choreographer/educator brings her company to the Hammer Theatre Feb. 4.
The San Mateo company made a name for itself with a hip-hop rendition of Nutcracker. Its 21st-century takes on Guys and Dolls and Cinderella premiere this spring.
Guitarist Django Reinhardt’s musical legacy continues to thrive in California and beyond.
Hoping that the recent surge in infections will be brief, some companies are rescheduling their big events for later in the season.
How the adventurous and determined are navigating the financial burdens of COVID.
Joey DeFrancesco, one of the instrument’s greatest artists, performs in the Bay Area this month.