Jim Farber - March 3, 2024

Monday Evening Concerts is the city’s longest-running new-music series, but many similar efforts in L.A. share the same family tree.

Jeff Kaliss - February 21, 2024

552 Capp St. doubles the size of the institution, no longer San Francisco’s best-kept secret.

Yoshi Kato - February 21, 2024

Musicians are expanding the Gershwin favorite to represent a more diverse understanding of America.

Victoria Looseleaf - February 20, 2024

LA Opera is staging Highway 1, USA in a new production by Kaneza Schaal, with James Conlon conducting.

Andrew Gilbert - February 20, 2024

The Gurgels have been bringing São Paulo to San Francisco for a decade now, courtesy of the Cressman clan.

Michael Zwiebach - February 13, 2024

Our introduction to one of the 20th century’s greatest pianists, a poet, showman, and prolific recording artist.

Aimée Ts'ao - February 5, 2024

A cast of African dancers has reimagined Pina Bausch’s 1975 choreography for the work and is now touring internationally.

Andrew Gilbert - February 5, 2024

Following a run of shows with pianist Kenny Barron, Blake is debuting at SFJAZZ this week as a bandleader.

Victoria Looseleaf - January 22, 2024

The famed choreographer says Shakespeare and Prokofiev are only the starting points for this modern telling, which arrives in L.A. next week.

Victoria Looseleaf - January 15, 2024

For its latest project, the San Francisco duo embarked on a three-week filming excursion in the California wilderness.