Tenor Kyle van Schoonhoven, whom Bay Area operagoers will remember from his Adler Fellow days, took first place.
This year’s raft of 72 brilliant young pianists from around the globe demonstrate the future of keyboard artistry.
Netia Jones directs SFS musicians, dancer Adji Cissoko, and actor Bruce Davison in a striking production of Stravinsky’s theatrical chamber work.
Soprano Amina Edris will create the role originally intended for Julia Bullock, who’s expecting her first child this fall.
The orchestra will feature a variety of soloists next season, while Andrew Bales’s successor prepares to build on the organization’s successes.
Reimagined classics, local ensembles, and visiting orchestras make up the presenter’s classical music series.
The new alliance provides a chance to explore “new ideas for performing, recording, and distributing music,” says SFCM President David Stull.
Daniel Hope talks about his unique vision for an exciting anniversary season.
The perennial favorite is part of SFO’s multiyear presentation of three Mozart/Lorenzo Da Ponte works set in the same house during different eras.
His winning work, Voiceless Mass, is mesmerizing and visceral, according to the committee.