The opera’s chamber version was premiered in 2019 by Left Coast Chamber Ensemble and represents a big win for composer Laura Schwendinger.
Contract negotiations between the orchestra and the musicians appear to be stalled.
L.A.’s new-music supergroup makes a splash in D.C.
Arts organizations were blindsided by recent cuts to their Grants for the Arts funding under a new DEI-first policy.
Peninsula International Dance Festival revs up for a packed two-day extravaganza at San Mateo Performing Arts Center.
The 49th season is highlighted by a production of Bastien und Bastienne.
In a lineup filled with highlights, it will be hard to decide what not to attend.
The SF Silent Film Festival returns next month with original accompaniment and new restorations from Hollywood’s early decades.
This year’s lineup features Ukrainian ballet dancers, Gordon Getty’s Joan and the Bells, and a new symphony by Lera Auerbach.
The Nimoy may be small, but this “reimagined” movie theater will be hosting some big acts in the coming season.