Los Angeles

SFCV’s writers report on topics relevant to the Los Angeles area.

Victoria Looseleaf - May 7, 2024

The new executive, who comes to Los Angeles from the Dallas Symphony, ticks all the boxes.

Victoria Looseleaf - May 6, 2024

Glennie has paved a remarkable path — as a soloist, as a deaf performer, and as an advocate for connection above all else.

Lev Mamuya - May 6, 2024

Widely divergent approaches to composition make for an ear-opening experience.

Jim Farber - April 30, 2024

The closing concert highlights composers at every career stage, from an undergraduate student to a 95-year-old master.

Victoria Looseleaf - April 30, 2024

With several U.S. premieres, the return of its Baroque ensemble, and a raft of guest stars, the group builds on its successes.

Lev Mamuya - April 29, 2024

Composer Molly Joyce and choreographer Jerron Herman are exploring the ways we symbolically divide the human body.

Jim Farber - April 23, 2024

In a concert powered by Derrick Skye’s fascinating Prisms, Cycles, Leaps 3, LACO bids farewell to a longtime venue.

Tom Jacobs - April 22, 2024

For its 2024–2025 season, the group launches a new initiative that aims to involve the entire city.

Victoria Looseleaf - April 22, 2024

The South Korean conductor chats with SFCV about success, perseverance, and knowing when to take a chance.

Richard S. Ginell - April 22, 2024

With John Adams conducting, five world premieres precede Anthony Davis’s clarinet concerto featuring soloist Anthony McGill.