These award-winning Bay Area innovators are sculpting sound for hits on both the big screen and the home theater.
The only surviving opera by an accomplished contemporary of Mozart and Haydn takes the virtual stage in LAO’s collaboration with the Colburn School.
Brian Baumbusch, Lisa Bielawa, and Danny Clay hope that their musical reflections during quarantine will resonate.
SFSU professor Hafez Modirzadeh proposes a fresh, far-ranging agenda for the school’s music curriculum.
The difficulties for musicians have rarely been greater than now, but here are three who have never backed down from a challenge.
LA Chamber Orchestra’s artistic advisor is making connections with his adventurous new-music ensemble.
Cal Performances at Home presents a film version of the composer’s multimedia Real Enemies on Oct. 21.
A new disc establishes the quintet as solid contributors to the Bay Area’s rich tradition of classical-crossover innovators.
Ballet was just the beginning for Chafin Seymour, the rising San José dancer, choreographer, and teacher.
Refurbishing an old Volkswagen bus, the musicians realize an old American dream.