An international slate of celebrated favorites and rising stars pluck, strum, and fret live on stage starting Sept. 17.
The company is also bringing in a new resident conductor to replace Grant Gershon, who is stepping down.
Matthew Ozawa sees a vital beacon of hope for the downtrodden in the opera’s dramatic arc.
The massive success of the group’s Virtual Happy Hours combines with in-person performances.
Breed and 24 mayors across the country urge Congress to speed recovery by supporting additional relief for the arts sector.
Seven composer/pianists and a visual artist interpret the author’s imaginative tales at an Old First Concert on Sept. 11.
Look for the SFCM orchestra, a fully staged opera, and various student ensembles on stage in the new Bowes Center for the Performing Arts starting this month.
The vibrant season boasts renowned guest artists, a new series, and a world premiere.
Live music, dancing dragons, and a pedestrian bazaar promise a lively street scene this weekend.
A step toward equity is the happy result of choosing the best candidate for each production.