The beloved singer is all about the music and the festival welcomes her to its all-star roster.
A chat with Escher String Quartet cellist Brook Speltz shows why musicians love this festival.
A new opera, based on historical records, brings the life of the exotic dancer to the West Edge Opera stage.
The Oakland-born composer of “Oh Happy Day” died this past January, and his music will be at the center of Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir’s festival performances.
Schoenberg on gut strings and a run of 19th-century composers, heard on instruments of their time.
Stephen Sondheim's grand musical is a love poem to the creative impulse.
The 36th San Francisco Jazz Festival offers a diverse range of musical acts from all walks of jazz life.
Rehearsals are already underway for S.F. Symphony's Boris Godunov.
The smorgasbord dance extravaganza celebrates its 40th anniversary in July.
The conceptual artist died in 2015, but a trust ensures that her works find currency and collaboration with contemporary artists.