Directed by Joseph Young, an exciting program drew connections between French and American musical icons.
Alban Berg, Benjamin Britten, and … Grazyna Bacewicz get strong, urgent performances at Stanford Live.
The six-hour double-concert was filled with surprises and welcome guest appearances.
The premiere of William Grant Still’s Highway 1 captures headlines, but Alexander Zemlinsky’s The Dwarf is powerful in its revival.
The pianist takes Schubert’s song as a starting point for a wide-ranging, poetic look at dream states.
The SF Symphony and Esa-Pekka Salonen also presented a cheerful romp through Stravinsky’s neoclassical ballet Pulcinella.
Morley brings her deep musicality to a varied garden-themed recital for Cal Performances.
The recently appointed Berlin Philharmonic principal delivers as advertised in a recital for Camerata Pacifica.
Michael Morgan’s last commission for the orchestra is realized by debuting conductor Kedrick Armstrong and star bass Morris Robinson.
On his new album, Isolation Suite, the seasoned Bay Area musician doesn’t shy away from the heavy feelings of the past several years.