Annelies Zijderveld - July 5, 2022

The Bouchaine Young Artist Series showcases another round of emerging musicians, including 13-year-old violinist Amaryn Olmeda.

Molly Colin - June 5, 2022

Scholar and choral director Marika Kuzma leads a concert reclaiming some of the country’s musical gems.

Nicholas Jones - June 5, 2022

The intrepid Bay Area company doesn’t just do Handel, but this production was hard to resist.

Iris Kwok - May 31, 2022

The cellist/vocalist has three upcoming “Sound/scape” concerts at San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum.

Lou Fancher - May 24, 2022

The school’s annual Spring Festival returns this month, while 13 student and alumni dancers have been promoted within the company.

Emily Wilson - May 16, 2022

Checking in with Tim Yip on his inspirations for the opera’s lavish set and costume design.


Victoria Looseleaf - May 15, 2022

Peter Wing Healey’s opera takes inspiration from Jane Jacobs’s ideas about city-building, a Shinto myth, and even Marie Antoinette’s fabled oak.

Janos Gereben - May 10, 2022

Based on Pushkin’s tale of love and obsession, The Queen of Spades hasn’t had a Bay Area performance since 2007.

Lily O'Brien - April 18, 2022

Artist Ranu Mukherjee and choreographer Hope Mohr talk about their in-depth collaboration.

Lou Fancher - April 18, 2022

As part of its centennial celebration, the CMC is offering a free concert: A Song of Triumph: The History of Black Music.