Bay Area composer Edward Schocker leads a journey through just intonation in his multipart work Dodecachordon.
Just outside of Truckee is a little organization making music for ranchers, cowboys, and whoever else wants to drop in.
The South African group with a worldwide following shares a message of hope on its U.S. tour.
Despite challenges, the company has had a vital impact on the Bay Area, presenting African and African American dance.
The classic film turns 50 this year, and a screening with live orchestra comes to Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre on Oct. 29.
A serious star cast joins PBO for this lesser-known Handel oratorio about a Christian woman and a Roman solider.
Tinkering with instruments and sounds is the essence of this festival where it’s best to leave preconceptions at the door.
Jocelyn Hagen’s Renaissance-inspired composition is a contemporary favorite, and Pacific Chorale opens its season with the multimedia work.
The multimedia project from the inventive artists at Thingamajigs takes on a difficult subject with plenty of creativity.
Two of the city’s expert contemporary ensembles, Brightwork and HEX, team up for a musical journey.