Andrew Gilbert - March 29, 2021

The American Composer Forum’s in-house record label initiates a program to support recordings by Bay Area artists.

Michael Zwiebach - March 23, 2021

In response to several readers, a further comment on the lessons of the conductor’s long tenure at the Metropolitan Opera.

Annelies Zijderveld - March 22, 2021

Princeton’s music department shoots a virtual opera with multiple cell phones.

Richard S. Ginell - March 22, 2021

SF Symphony’s new music director has an impressive back catalog as a conductor and a composer. Here’s our guide to some of his best.

Jim Farber - March 15, 2021

Orchestra musicians are largely freelancers, and their situation is taking a toll on them.

Andrew Gilbert - March 15, 2021

Tune in at 8:11 day or night to catch the jazz chanteuse’s livestreamed talk show on Facebook Live.

Michael Zwiebach - March 9, 2021

Choosing from the singer’s enormous legacy in all media can be daunting. Here’s an assist.

Lou Fancher - March 8, 2021

A year of pandemic has forced even video-shy artists to confront new norms for reaching an audience. Front-line musicians tell SFCV about the experience.

Emily Wilson - March 8, 2021

The young composer’s new recording was created in partnership with the Asian Art Museum.

Barbara Bogatin - March 8, 2021

SF Symphony cellist Barbara Bogatin considers the conductor’s role from the other side of the podium.