As ever, the future of opera looks bright with this incoming class of singers, pianists, and stars in the making.
Music Director James Conlon’s signature initiative branches out next season to include a production of William Grant Still’s Highway 1, U.S.A.
Unusually, the orchestra’s management has gone public with some of the financial specifics currently under discussion.
Highlights include an ambitious program by Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen and a recital for four singers curated by Nicholas Phan.
The star conductor will remain at the LA Phil helm until the end of his contract.
A report in Pasadena Now explains that David Lockington alleges wrongful termination and religious discrimination over a vaccine mandate.
The schedule this summer at the Bowl reveals a lot of love for Hollywood, along with classical masterworks and a few premieres.
In a night of highs and emotional speeches, Beyoncé breaks Georg Solti’s record for most Grammy wins ever.
The LA Phil, SF Symphony, and San Diego Symphony will oversee a November festival featuring more than 50 ensembles.
The Korean soprano tells SFCV about the traditional repertoire she’s bringing to the annual concert at Davies Symphony Hall.