Look for the SFCM orchestra, a fully staged opera, and various student ensembles on stage in the new Bowes Center for the Performing Arts starting this month.
The vibrant season boasts renowned guest artists, a new series, and a world premiere.
Live music, dancing dragons, and a pedestrian bazaar promise a lively street scene this weekend.
A step toward equity is the happy result of choosing the best candidate for each production.
An onstage proposal surprises the intended and elates cast, orchestra, and audience alike.
The orchestra welcomes JoAnn Falletta and a world premiere by Gabriela Ortiz along with a collaboration with Opera San José.
With new safety measures in place, Kohl kicks off a return to live music with the Harlem Quartet and Aldo Lopez-Gavelán on Oct. 31.
The LA Phil program provides a step up for emerging conductors with eyes on leadership positions with major symphonies.
Brad Johnson’s departure reveals deep rifts within the school and sparks resignations and recriminations.
The special concert with free simulcast features a winning troika from Rusalka.