Emily Wilson - May 29, 2024

The composer’s adaptation of a 12th-century Persian poem involves many collaborators, including the SF Girls Chorus and The Living Earth Show.

Tom Jacobs - May 25, 2024

The pianist has curated a variegated set of concerts, embracing the festival’s tradition of adventure.

Jeff Kaliss - May 25, 2024

The men’s chorus is exploring Machaut’s Messe de Nostre Dame and other works in an upcoming concert series.

Victoria Looseleaf - May 21, 2024

Achinta S. McDaniel’s dance piece about the effects of the pandemic lockdown finds ghostly parallels in the museum’s Victorian architecture.

Aimée Ts'ao - May 14, 2024

Melissa Lewis Wong proves that listening to a parent isn’t always a bad thing.

Victoria Looseleaf - May 13, 2024

More audiences than ever will experience Beethoven’s opera when the orchestra and Deaf West Theatre take their groundbreaking production on tour.

Aimée Ts'ao - May 6, 2024

Known for her contemporary approach, dancer Carola Zertuche unveils her company’s latest work as part of the SF International Arts Festival.

Victoria Looseleaf - May 6, 2024

The community organization, founded in 1931, provides a variety of programs free of charge.

Aimée Ts'ao - April 30, 2024

Choreographer Joanna Haigood’s immersive new work will open up a public space.

Lev Mamuya - April 29, 2024

Composer Molly Joyce and choreographer Jerron Herman are exploring the ways we symbolically divide the human body.