It’s harder than ever to make a living as an independent performing artist. These grassroots organizations are trying to make a difference.
A wide-ranging guide to the recorded legacy of that giant of classical guitar.
The flamenco star and her collaborators pour personal experience and a message for our times into a new multimedia dance work.
Here’s where to start with a conductor who made many firsts in his six decades of recording.
Music@Menlo has structured this year’s festival around a performance of the complete cycle by the Calidore Quartet.
Despite a debilitating illness, the singer has a memoir out and is helping local cultural arts academy Los Cenzontles.
The performances at Segerstrom Center for the Arts highlight the perseverance and determination of a people and their culture.
A jazz festival should honor the tradition and its contemporary practitioners by headlining them.
The artistic couple and their tempestuous love is the subject of Gabriela Lena Frank and Nilo Cruz’s new work, now at SF Opera.
The diverse summer lineup of music, theater, dance, and performance art will be based in the Mission District this year.