SFCV’s perceptive writers report on America’s native classical music.

Jeff Kaliss - May 6, 2019

The 14-member ensemble has the audience at SFJAZZ dancing and clapping along.

Andrew Gilbert - May 2, 2019

Great players, big events, a few small venues: our monthly guide.

Andrew Gilbert - April 27, 2019

A new box set shines light on the saxophonist’s creative process within the context of his musical circle.

Andrew Gilbert - April 22, 2019

With a new album in tow, trombonist/composer Siegel leads a fresh and unusual set at The Octopus Literary Salon.

Michael Zwiebach - April 19, 2019

The Mariinsky Ballet, Renée Fleming, and a reimagined Scott Joplin opera are only a few of the standout attractions.

Andrew Gilbert - April 16, 2019

The influential guitarist’s trio plays new interpretations of the American Songbook and canonical jazz tunes.

Lily O'Brien - April 13, 2019

The pianist and composer plays SFJAZZ with his trio April 20–21.

Michael Zwiebach - April 9, 2019

Lots of star performers and new collaborations spark the organization’s coming season.

Andrew Gilbert - April 1, 2019

Our picks for this month’s best in jazz, Brazilian, blues, and more.

Allan Kozinn - March 29, 2019

Jennifer Koh, Rachel Barton Pine, and Hugh Marsh tap into fresh founts of inspiration ranging from rural blues to electronic processing.