Los Angeles

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

Tom Jacobs - February 13, 2023

Productions of Sunday in the Park With GeorgeA Little Night Music, and more feature on the Pasadena Playhouse’s schedule.

Victoria Looseleaf - February 13, 2023

Cast and crew are gearing up for the world premiere of Kate Soper’s The Romance of the Rose, inspired by a 13th-century poem.

Tom Jacobs - February 8, 2023

The star conductor will remain at the LA Phil helm until the end of his contract.

Michael Zwiebach - February 7, 2023

A report in Pasadena Now explains that David Lockington alleges wrongful termination and religious discrimination over a vaccine mandate.

Victoria Looseleaf - February 7, 2023

In a new production, Mozart’s masterpiece shines with an exemplary cast.

Tom Jacobs - February 7, 2023

The schedule this summer at the Bowl reveals a lot of love for Hollywood, along with classical masterworks and a few premieres.

Janos Gereben - February 6, 2023

In a night of highs and emotional speeches, Beyoncé breaks Georg Solti’s record for most Grammy wins ever.

Victoria Looseleaf - February 6, 2023

SFCV chats with the award-winning, boundary-breaking dance artist, whose company, A.I.M, comes to California this month.

Tom Jacobs - February 6, 2023

The LA Phil, SF Symphony, and San Diego Symphony will oversee a November festival featuring more than 50 ensembles.

Josef Woodard - January 31, 2023

In a rock-solid performance by the Ensemble intercontemporain, a new musical score does everything that the 1924 film could not even imagine.