Scott Cmiel - July 18, 2023

A wide-ranging guide to the recorded legacy of that giant of classical guitar.

Aimée Ts'ao - July 18, 2023

The flamenco star and her collaborators pour personal experience and a message for our times into a new multimedia dance work.

Richard S. Ginell - July 10, 2023

Here’s where to start with a conductor who made many firsts in his six decades of recording.

Tom Jacobs - July 10, 2023

Music@Menlo has structured this year’s festival around a performance of the complete cycle by the Calidore Quartet.

Jeff Kaliss - July 4, 2023

Despite a debilitating illness, the singer has a memoir out and is helping local cultural arts academy Los Cenzontles.

Victoria Looseleaf - June 20, 2023

The performances at Segerstrom Center for the Arts highlight the perseverance and determination of a people and their culture.

Andrew Gilbert - June 19, 2023

A jazz festival should honor the tradition and its contemporary practitioners by headlining them.

Emily Wilson - June 9, 2023

The artistic couple and their tempestuous love is the subject of Gabriela Lena Frank and Nilo Cruz’s new work, now at SF Opera.

Andrew Gilbert - June 6, 2023

The diverse summer lineup of music, theater, dance, and performance art will be based in the Mission District this year.

Jim Farber - June 6, 2023

The multitalented composer and performer is aiming at a festival that ignores musical boundaries and questions standard narratives.