Jim Farber - January 19, 2023

The composer leads a thoroughly reworked version of his opera with the original soloists and the LA Phil.

Jeff Kaliss - January 17, 2023

Proteges from the SF Conservatory of Music’s precollege guitar program make their mark in “The Young Virtuosos” concert.

Victoria Looseleaf - January 16, 2023

The orchestra’s annual pan-Asian celebration combines music, dance, and community spirit.

Victoria Looseleaf - January 3, 2023

The company is finding the fun in the composer’s seldom-heard Ercole su’l Termodonte.

Lou Fancher - January 3, 2023

Her company’s latest work, Talking Circle, is a collaborative effort that draws on movement, music, and personal experiences.

Victoria Looseleaf - December 19, 2022

The Music Center’s annual marathon performance on Christmas Eve promises to be bigger and better than ever.

Emily Wilson - December 5, 2022

The experimental sound artist is again returning to the Wattis Institute for the exhibition Drum Listens to Heart.

Lou Fancher - November 28, 2022

HALIE! recounts the joys, hardships, and remarkable music that underscored the gospel singer’s career.

Tom Jacobs - November 15, 2022

The director’s latest collaboration with the chorus adapts a mournful but timely piece by early Baroque composer Heinrich Schütz.

Michael Zwiebach - November 8, 2022

The Charleston-based concert organization returns to the West Coast with eight events, from recitals and lectures to an 80-musician orchestra.