Tom Jacobs - February 6, 2022

Lots of firsts for the company as Lina González-Granados takes up the baton, the banjo makes an appearance, and an opera for babies debuts.

Jeff Kaliss - January 24, 2022

Catch a rising star as five young, award-winning guitarists take the limelight Jan. 29 at St. Mark’s Lutheran.

Iris Kwok - January 24, 2022

Catch the madcap antics of The Queen’s Cartoonists in California in the coming weeks.

Victoria Looseleaf - November 15, 2021

The troupe joins Christopher Rountree and Wild Up in an exuberant program featuring Immediate Tragedy and Appalachian Spring.

Emily Wilson - November 8, 2021

Monk continues her study of our engagement with the natural world in Indra’s Net, premiering Nov. 12–13. She tells SFCV about its long genesis.

Victoria Looseleaf - November 1, 2021

The four-day online event presents more than 30 artists and ensembles on the cusp of tomorrow’s music and poetry.

Lou Fancher - October 17, 2021

ODC presents the world premiere of These Are the Ones We Fell Among.

Emily Wilson - October 12, 2021

Some of the world’s greatest masters of making music in the moment demonstrate the state of the art.

Lou Fancher - October 11, 2021

Running Oct. 22–23 at Z Space, “re:surge” features new works from Marc Brew, Sonsherée Giles, and Neve Mazique Bianco.


Tom Jacobs - September 20, 2021

The new-music fest celebrates its 10th anniversary online with seven concerts featuring fresh compositions and Hear Now’s first commission.