Music News

Janos Gereben - November 15, 2023

A wide variety of classical projects — including those from the SF Symphony and the LA Phil — get nods as well.

Janos Gereben - November 6, 2023

The Bay Area’s best young musicians will be playing everything from Gustav Mahler to Anna Thorvaldsdottir across five concerts this year.

Michael Zwiebach - October 31, 2023

Despite the loss of puppets, costumes, and sets, Rahmanian intends to restore his intricate production based on the Iranian national epic.

Janos Gereben - October 24, 2023

In poor health, the SF Symphony’s music director laureate leads poignant performances that seem to bookend his celebrated career.

Janos Gereben - October 23, 2023

The contemporary chamber choir continues to highlight living composers, often returning to favorite commissioned pieces.

Janos Gereben - October 17, 2023

Rubin, who died last week at the age of 81, was a staunch supporter of classical music writers.

Janos Gereben - October 17, 2023

With travel to the country impossible, ensembles and presenters are adjusting their seasons and touring plans.

Janos Gereben - October 9, 2023

Get ready for the latest 17th-century world premiere from Céline Ricci and company.

Janos Gereben - October 9, 2023

With his San Francisco-based dance company, Makuakāne has long championed a tradition that others have overlooked.

Victoria Looseleaf - October 9, 2023

The company’s foundation for supporting North Indian classical arts recently reached a major endowment milestone.