Many orchestra conductors keep going into their 80s and 90s.
The new director talks to SFCV about her role in furthering the cherished ensemble’s tradition of excellence and artistic growth.
This latest round of funding is aimed at changing organizations on a structural level.
Mari Kodama and Kent Nagano mastermind a marathon performance of Beethoven’s 32 piano sonatas.
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.