Lou Fancher - April 8, 2019

Ensemble Illume shine light on unusual trios from Brahms and Kaija Saariaho on April 13.

Lou Fancher - April 5, 2019

Informed by veteran soldiers and a serving battalion, Kay’s work touches on every aspect of war and its aftermath on the people who wage it.

Jeff Kaliss - March 29, 2019

The singer/trombonist talks about the duo’s new recording of originals and an upcoming tour stop in Oakland.

Lou Fancher - March 19, 2019

Tammy Hall, Maria Muldaur, and Kim Nalley are among the 11 jazz artists joining Benin in her annual celebration of Bay Area women in music.

Janos Gereben - March 18, 2019

Ragnar Bohlin puts his singers through their paces to sing Bach’s masterpiece on March 30.

Jeff Kaliss - March 8, 2019

Symphony Silicon Valley participates in a program to introduce underserved students to the wonders of music and arts.

Jeff Kaliss - February 9, 2019

A local tour by the St. Lawrence String Quartet kicks off the new collaborative effort to expand access to great chamber music.

Lou Fancher - February 7, 2019

The career activist chooses music that energizes the spirit and engenders joy.

Lou Fancher - January 25, 2019

A multimedia concert, inspired by Mad Max: Fury Road, combines classical and popular music for an immersive experience.

Lily O'Brien - November 18, 2018

The group’s revival of the 1738 Venetian opera features another strong woman character.