Michael Zwiebach - April 21, 2009
Frederick Rzewski

Frederic Rzewski is still playing his 1975 masterwork, The People United Will Never Be Defeated, 36 variations on a Chilean song associat

Michael Zwiebach - April 21, 2009
New chamber groups spring up all the time, usually without fanfare. But the new Eidolon String Quartet deserves attention because its founder is Franklyn D’Antonio, concertmaster of the Berkeley Symphony, and former member of the Chicago Symphony and the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Jesse Hamlin - April 20, 2009
David Ramadanoff
David Ramadanoff first encountered Carl Orff’s irresistible Carmina Burana as a student at Temple University in the late 1960s, sing
Catherine Getches - April 14, 2009
Krystian Zimerman

Polish pianist Krystian Zimerman is known for his technical polish, recently seen here

Janos Gereben - April 14, 2009
Nicholas McGegan
Music Director Nicholas McGegan and Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra conclude their 28th season with Handel’s Athalia (see
Michelle Dulak Thomson - April 14, 2009
Quatuor Mosaïques

For those who know the quartet through its recordings — more than 20 years’ worth, spanning Haydn, Mozart, and early Beethoven, and stretch

Jeff Dunn - April 14, 2009
Yan Pascal Tortelier

The British composer Ralph Vaughan Williams is beloved for his evocation of pastoral, folk-song-infused landscapes in works like

Anna Carol Dudley - April 14, 2009
Chamber Chorus
Benjamin Britten's monumental War Requiem will be heard Wednesday, April 22 at the UC Berkeley campus.
Kathryn Miller - April 13, 2009
Ragnar Bohlin
During a season otherwise filled with the iconic works of Beethoven, Mahler, and Handel, the San Francisco Symphony Chorus under the baton of R
Janos Gereben - April 10, 2009
Michael Morgan

The Oakland East Bay Symphony's April 17 concert at the Paramount Theatre "pairs two composers who were revolutionaries in their time, and who cha