Sondheim’s sophisticated musical gets a fresh treatment as the opener in 42nd Street’s upcoming season of live shows.
Innovative new works, premieres, and a greater emphasis on opera and musical theater energize The Broad Stage’s winter and spring roster of 28 shows.
The lockdown over, choruses are feeling especially liberated.
No news is apparently good news, as the conductor’s recovery continues apace.
The innovative commissioning program dashes onward on the heels of the first award. UPDATED: The fourth writing team has been announced, with a tie to Michael Morgan.
The new-music ensemble unveils an ambitious 51st season.
The pioneering festival highlighting Black classical-music composers and performers makes its West Coast debut Nov. 10–13.
SF Opera’s new conductor is getting standing ovations on both sides of the proscenium.
He was one of the Bay Area’s most important musicians, leaving a legacy that was only missing a last chapter.
Bard Conservatory’s China Now Music Festival is shot through with California connections and really needs to be performed on the West Coast.