Features

SFCV Editors - November 30, 2021

Live performances are back, so put on your mask, remember your vax card, and celebrate the season in person with your favorite musical traditions.

Richard S. Ginell - November 29, 2021

SF Symphony’s longtime leader built a career championing great music deserving a bigger audience. Here’s our sampler of MTT’s fascinating discography.

Jim Farber - November 21, 2021

Although major companies and presenters are meeting the challenges, there are many extra hurdles now.

Andrew Gilbert - November 15, 2021

With a new record out and a supple trio in tow, the red-hot pianist lights up Yoshi’s Nov. 19–20.

Tim Greiving - November 15, 2021

The miniseries features music by younger composers in the film industry.

Andrew Gilbert - November 8, 2021

Oaklander Glen Pearson is on the piano bench when the legendary big band hits the downbeat at Yoshi’s Nov. 15.

Ken Iisaka - November 8, 2021

One of the greatest pianists of our time turned 80 this year and is still going strong.

Paul Kotapish - November 2, 2021

Invented during the lockdown, JackTrip Virtual Studio attracts a growing crowd of musicians. We have an update.

Tom Jacobs - November 2, 2021

For the major symphony and opera organizations, supplementing live performances with online offerings is the way of the future.

Jeff Kaliss - October 26, 2021

The composer and his creative team are bringing a fourth opera to life, this time on the silver screen.