Music News

Paul Kotapish - March 9, 2021

Noe Music is all about advocacy these days, with a program pairing new mothers with musicians, a showcase of local artists, an interactive listening club, and a crash course in composition for kids.

Paul Kotapish - March 9, 2021

Musicians are embracing blockchain technology for selling exclusive rights to their music. Say hello to the non-fungible token.

Janos Gereben - March 9, 2021

Look for Bay Area favorites, from jazz vocalist Tiffany Austin to pianist Jeffrey LaDeur.

Janos Gereben - March 5, 2021

Enthusiasts can immerse themselves in SFO’s acclaimed production of Wagner’s cycle beginning March 5.

Paul Kotapish - March 2, 2021

The irrepressible pianist curates a new program unearthing hidden gems and cross-cultural connections in classical music.

Janos Gereben - March 2, 2021

The Santa Cruz festival goes virtual for the second year in a row.

Peter Feher - March 2, 2021

Together with conductor Jessica Bejarano, AYS is dropping in to a virtual movie night and bringing the music.

Janos Gereben - March 1, 2021

Kris Bowers turns to his own history in A Concerto Is a Conversation, now streaming.

Michael Zwiebach - February 23, 2021

With texts by Margaret Atwood, Songs for Murdered Sisters reflects on a real-world tragedy.

Paul Kotapish - February 23, 2021

More three-song mini concerts from the popular, user-friendly company plus plans to fete Donald Pippin with Offenbachenalia!