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

Andrew Gilbert - February 1, 2019

Multiconcert residencies at key Bay Area venues allow artists to stretch beyond the boundaries of one-off performances.

Jeff Kaliss - January 28, 2019

Weaving easily between 1940s jazz styles and more contemporary music, Shelby’s 2006 suite is a masterpiece.

Andrew Gilbert - January 22, 2019

The peerless vocalist made her run at SFJAZZ a veritable love fest.

Andrew Gilbert - January 22, 2019

A lush, three-disc set from Resonance Records taps deep into the Eric Dolphy legacy.

Brin Solomon - January 18, 2019

Soprano Julia Bullock’s revelatory one-woman show blazes with insight and emotion, and the soprano’s own power.

Richard S. Ginell - January 17, 2019

Despite the title, “The Edge of Jazz” plays more to the concert hall than to the swinging bandstand.

Andrew Gilbert - January 15, 2019

Fireworks fly when the Japanese-born pianist and her supple band explore the intersection of jazz and classical music.

Andrew Gilbert - January 8, 2019

Joshua Redman and Ambrose Akinmusire highlight the final concert of SFJAZZ’s all-star tribute to the influential saxophonist and composer.

Lou Fancher - January 2, 2019

Photographer Veryl Oakland’s images capture jazz greats in beautiful moments both ecstatic and contemplative.

Andrew Gilbert - January 2, 2019

Ready for 2019’s full house of Bay Area jazz? Here are five January events to get you going.