Music News

Emily Wilson - February 27, 2024

The gift is the largest the company has ever received.

Janos Gereben - February 26, 2024

SF Bach Choir’s Many Voices, One Art Choral Festival reduces barriers to participating in group singing.

Janos Gereben - February 26, 2024

The Conservatory of Music's students and faculty are serving up an array of free-to-the-public performances over the next month.

Janos Gereben - February 26, 2024

Artistic Director Donato Cabrera will conduct the final symphony of a major composer on each concert set.

Janos Gereben - February 20, 2024

The company may only be staging six productions next season, but there’s an abundance of quality in the concepts and casts.

Janos Gereben - February 20, 2024

The festival’s scope will still be international, however, with programming from Rameau to Rachmaninoff.

Tom Jacobs - February 20, 2024

The monthly series presented by Brightwork newmusic is going bold with its upcoming concerts.

Janos Gereben - February 13, 2024

In the music he made and in the many positions he held, including a stint with the SF Symphony, the conductor united cultures.

Janos Gereben - February 12, 2024

The violinist played a significant role in establishing the company’s orchestra as a freestanding ensemble.

Tom Jacobs - February 6, 2024

The LA Phil’s conductor emeritus is just one big name in the all-star lineup, with many programs this summer focusing on individual composers.