Janice Berman - August 14, 2018

Cal Performances hosts some of today’s leading companies, and local offerings go into full swing.

Jim Farber - August 10, 2018

The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion comes alive with flappers, bullfighters, witches, and pioneers for social justice this year.

Lou Fancher - August 8, 2018

The beloved singer is all about the music and the festival welcomes her to its all-star roster.

Jeff Kaliss - August 7, 2018

A chat with Escher String Quartet cellist Brook Speltz shows why musicians love this festival.

Lily O'Brien - July 27, 2018

A new opera, based on historical records, brings the life of the exotic dancer to the West Edge Opera stage.

Lou Fancher - July 16, 2018

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.

Lou Fancher - July 6, 2018

Schoenberg on gut strings and a run of 19th-century composers, heard on instruments of their time.

Janos Gereben - June 26, 2018

Stephen Sondheim's grand musical is a love poem to the creative impulse.

Lou Fancher - June 11, 2018

The 36th San Francisco Jazz Festival offers a diverse range of musical acts from all walks of jazz life.

Janos Gereben - May 29, 2018

Rehearsals are already underway for S.F. Symphony's Boris Godunov.