A new disc establishes the quintet as solid contributors to the Bay Area’s rich tradition of classical-crossover innovators.
Ballet was just the beginning for Chafin Seymour, the rising San José dancer, choreographer, and teacher.
Refurbishing an old Volkswagen bus, the musicians realize an old American dream.
Bird’s pioneering spirit and unparalleled prowess on the alto saxophone still inspire and amaze.
Choreographers Trey McIntyre, Amy Seiwert, and Gregory Dawson speak about what they’re doing and the future of dance.
West Edge Opera comes up with another program to foster new works, creativity, and inclusion during our season of discontent.
Musicians of the Colour of Music Festival recount the difficulties for Black musicians to break into classical music.
Congratulations to the winners of SFCV’s readers’ poll.
Congratulations to the winners of the annual SFCV readers’ poll.
The New Hampshire organization’s summer workshop moves online and continues to cultivate mentorship, community, and peace worldwide through chamber music.