The school’s annual Spring Festival returns this month, while 13 student and alumni dancers have been promoted within the company.
Checking in with Tim Yip on his inspirations for the opera’s lavish set and costume design.
Peter Wing Healey’s opera takes inspiration from Jane Jacobs’s ideas about city-building, a Shinto myth, and even Marie Antoinette’s fabled oak.
Based on Pushkin’s tale of love and obsession, The Queen of Spades hasn’t had a Bay Area performance since 2007.
Artist Ranu Mukherjee and choreographer Hope Mohr talk about their in-depth collaboration.
As part of its centennial celebration, the CMC is offering a free concert: A Song of Triumph: The History of Black Music.
The likes of Terry Riley, Roscoe Mitchell, John Bischoff, and more will perform in a four-day festival celebrating the college’s final months.
Steven Spielberg isn’t the only one who wants to offer contemporary ideas through the famous American musical.
The intrepid mandolinist has assembled a stellar cast of musical explorers unfettered by conventional boundaries.
A new multimedia project at Fort Mason explores the intersection of neuroscience and musical creativity.