Victoria Looseleaf - July 10, 2023

The conductor will be working with the 150-plus students at the Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles National Festival this month.

Victoria Looseleaf - June 27, 2023

The ensemble’s Summer of Paris Festival sets French impressionism in the environs of L.A.’s historic Doheny Mansion.

Victoria Looseleaf - June 13, 2023

The Scottish composer’s new sacred work commemorates the consecration of a cathedral right here in California.

Lou Fancher - June 12, 2023

Choreographer Joanna Haigood and Zaccho Dance Theatre are planning for a performance that gets everyone involved.

Lou Fancher - June 6, 2023

At the SF International Arts Festival, Romano and friends present a program of original and transcribed music for the traditional instrument.

Jeff Kaliss - May 22, 2023

Rent Romus and Heikki Koskinen’s Itkuja Suite has its premiere in Berkeley this week.

Brett Campbell - May 16, 2023

Hunter Noack’s imaginative fusing of art and nature comes to the Bay Area this month.

Jason Victor Serinus - May 15, 2023

The composer talks about For a Look or a Touch and Another Sunrise, presented by Music of Remembrance this month.

Keith Gleason - April 24, 2023

The Oakland Civic Orchestra has grown to 65 players and is taking on big challenges, including a new piece by composer-in-residence Niko Umar Durr.

Annelies Zijderveld - April 24, 2023

The composer and violist make music out of shared memories of the Lower East Side of New York.