The experimental sound artist is again returning to the Wattis Institute for the exhibition Drum Listens to Heart.
HALIE! recounts the joys, hardships, and remarkable music that underscored the gospel singer’s career.
The director’s latest collaboration with the chorus adapts a mournful but timely piece by early Baroque composer Heinrich Schütz.
The Charleston-based concert organization returns to the West Coast with eight events, from recitals and lectures to an 80-musician orchestra.
Students and faculty at Stanford Medicine now have a group creative outlet.
Bay Area composer Edward Schocker leads a journey through just intonation in his multipart work Dodecachordon.
Just outside of Truckee is a little organization making music for ranchers, cowboys, and whoever else wants to drop in.
The South African group with a worldwide following shares a message of hope on its U.S. tour.
Despite challenges, the company has had a vital impact on the Bay Area, presenting African and African American dance.
The classic film turns 50 this year, and a screening with live orchestra comes to Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre on Oct. 29.