Andrew Gilbert - October 10, 2023

You still hear the influence of the Great American Songbook, but younger vocalists are taking inspiration and material from other genres, too.

Jim Farber - October 10, 2023

The post-pandemic world has been hard on these underfunded organizations. How will they hang on?

Andrew Gilbert - October 3, 2023

The eclectic, vibrant, and joyous festival was a testament to outgoing Artistic Director Tim Jackson’s 33 years of leadership.

Victoria Looseleaf - September 26, 2023

America’s oldest dance company launches its centennial celebrations with a retrospective show at The Soraya.

Jim Farber - September 12, 2023

The intimate 300-seat space will host the majority of the presenter’s events this year.

Emery Kerekes - September 12, 2023

Hyperion Records has begun releasing its catalog for streaming. Here’s some of the best of the first batch.

Jeff Kaliss - September 6, 2023

Mostly known for being quoted in Warner Bros. cartoons, Raymond Scott’s entertaining compositions have now been recorded by QSF and a big band.

Andrew Gilbert - September 6, 2023

Extravagantly talented pianists, from acknowledged masters to heralded new talent, are blooming everywhere in the Bay Area this month.

Lisa Hirsch - August 29, 2023

Mystery, haunting, and horror dominate a theatrically vivid summer from the company.

SFCV Editors - August 22, 2023

The full roster of excellence, as chosen by our readers. Find out who has bragging rights this year.