Invented during the lockdown, JackTrip Virtual Studio attracts a growing crowd of musicians. We have an update.
For the major symphony and opera organizations, supplementing live performances with online offerings is the way of the future.
The composer and his creative team are bringing a fourth opera to life, this time on the silver screen.
Cal Performances names the four-time Grammy winner as artist-in-residence for the 2021–2022 season. Catch her celebrated reimagining of Remain in Light on Oct. 29.
Following the whirlwind of revelations, allegations, and promises of reform, we ask opera insiders about the state of the art since the rise of #MeToo, BLM, and the pandemic.
At just a fifth its prepandemic size, the world’s premier jazz gathering provides a deeper, more focused musical experience.
The Bay Area musician collaborates with choreographer Christy Funsch on an ambitious dance project.
Sony releases a deluxe box set replete with every RCA Victor recording, plus rarities, previously unreleased recordings, and a lavishly illustrated coffee-table book.
Local radio stations and archives are scrambling to preserve the Bay Area’s rich legacy of broadcast music and interviews with jazz legends.
Three bold new recordings take different routes to connecting classical with the rest of the musical world.