Ensemble Illume shine light on unusual trios from Brahms and Kaija Saariaho on April 13.
Informed by veteran soldiers and a serving battalion, Kay’s work touches on every aspect of war and its aftermath on the people who wage it.
The singer/trombonist talks about the duo’s new recording of originals and an upcoming tour stop in Oakland.
Tammy Hall, Maria Muldaur, and Kim Nalley are among the 11 jazz artists joining Benin in her annual celebration of Bay Area women in music.
Ragnar Bohlin puts his singers through their paces to sing Bach’s masterpiece on March 30.
Symphony Silicon Valley participates in a program to introduce underserved students to the wonders of music and arts.
A local tour by the St. Lawrence String Quartet kicks off the new collaborative effort to expand access to great chamber music.
The career activist chooses music that energizes the spirit and engenders joy.
A multimedia concert, inspired by Mad Max: Fury Road, combines classical and popular music for an immersive experience.
The group’s revival of the 1738 Venetian opera features another strong woman character.