Los Angeles

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

Jim Farber - December 9, 2020

The San Francisco Symphony and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra unveil the next generation of online programming.

Victoria Looseleaf - December 8, 2020

A massive undertaking for the university choir, Richard Danielpour’s score sings of compassion and forgiveness.

Peter Feher - December 8, 2020

Highlights from Bowl seasons past will be broadcast on PBS stations across the country.

Tom Jacobs - December 1, 2020

Ambitious plans to make the conservatory fully equipped for remote collaboration get the intense focus only a pandemic could provide.

Peter Feher - November 24, 2020

The usual suspects are still cleaning up, but there are some intriguing nominees as well.

Peter Feher - November 23, 2020

The Missy Mazzoli opera is next up from the company’s promising On Now platform.

Victoria Looseleaf - November 17, 2020

The only surviving opera by Joseph Bologne has staying power in LA Opera’s production.

Peter Feher - November 17, 2020

LA Master Chorale premieres a new arrangement, and The Wallis shows the composer’s Piano Trio.

Peter Feher - November 10, 2020

The adventurous company makes their fall gala all about new work from young composers.

Jason Victor Serinus - November 10, 2020

The only surviving opera by an accomplished contemporary of Mozart and Haydn takes the virtual stage in LAO’s collaboration with the Colburn School.