The Beethoven of the 1500s created music that still has the power to move audiences, 500 years after his death.
The banjo virtuoso tours California Dec. 10–17 with a band of bluegrass all-stars and a new album of fresh material.
Live performances are back, so celebrate the season in person with your favorite musical traditions.
Live performances are back, so put on your mask, remember your vax card, and celebrate the season in person with your favorite musical traditions.
SF Symphony’s longtime leader built a career championing great music deserving a bigger audience. Here’s our sampler of MTT’s fascinating discography.
Although major companies and presenters are meeting the challenges, there are many extra hurdles now.
With a new record out and a supple trio in tow, the red-hot pianist lights up Yoshi’s Nov. 19–20.
The miniseries features music by younger composers in the film industry.
Oaklander Glen Pearson is on the piano bench when the legendary big band hits the downbeat at Yoshi’s Nov. 15.
One of the greatest pianists of our time turned 80 this year and is still going strong.