Music News

Janos Gereben - September 19, 2023

The sale of the late Ann Getty’s art collections will benefit the SF Symphony, SF Opera, and the SF Conservatory of Music, among others.

Tom Jacobs - September 15, 2023

The company is prioritizing innovation and inclusion by collaborating with all-woman writing teams in 2024.

Tom Jacobs - September 12, 2023

Czech composer Vítězslava Kaprálová’s 1935 opus will feature pianist and UCLA grad Rosalind Wan Wong.

Janos Gereben - September 12, 2023

All the new tracks are alternate takes and studio working sessions, aimed at Callas lovers who want an ever more complete look at her career.

Janos Gereben - September 5, 2023

The annual tradition has flagged in recent years but will be resurrected under a new name at the Presidio this weekend.

Tom Jacobs - September 5, 2023

The 2023–2024 season is filled with must-see concerts.

Michael Zwiebach - August 29, 2023

The major performing arts presenters here have big plans.

Tom Jacobs - August 29, 2023

Accordion virtuoso Julien Labro and percussionist Ji Hye Jung lead an impressive lineup that also includes a new in-house Baroque ensemble.

Janos Gereben - August 22, 2023

Instead of the trash heap, there’s rescuing and rehoming that can be done with any collection that took a lifetime to accumulate.

Janos Gereben - August 15, 2023

A new production of Puccini’s opera relies on filmmaker Arthur Dong’s research into a 1940s Chinese nightclub in the city.