Andrew Gilbert - October 3, 2020

A new disc establishes the quintet as solid contributors to the Bay Area’s rich tradition of classical-crossover innovators.

Janice Berman - September 25, 2020

Ballet was just the beginning for Chafin Seymour, the rising San José dancer, choreographer, and teacher.

Jim Farber - September 19, 2020

Refurbishing an old Volkswagen bus, the musicians realize an old American dream.

Andrew Gilbert - September 19, 2020

Bird’s pioneering spirit and unparalleled prowess on the alto saxophone still inspire and amaze.

Lou Fancher - September 14, 2020

Choreographers Trey McIntyre, Amy Seiwert, and Gregory Dawson speak about what they’re doing and the future of dance.

Michael Zwiebach - September 9, 2020

West Edge Opera comes up with another program to foster new works, creativity, and inclusion during our season of discontent.

Mark MacNamara - September 1, 2020

Musicians of the Colour of Music Festival recount the difficulties for Black musicians to break into classical music.

Peter Feher - August 25, 2020

Congratulations to the winners of SFCV’s readers’ poll.

Paul Kotapish - August 23, 2020

Congratulations to the winners of the annual SFCV readers’ poll.

Annelies Zijderveld - August 22, 2020

The New Hampshire organization’s summer workshop moves online and continues to cultivate mentorship, community, and peace worldwide through chamber music.