Rebecca Wishnia - May 7, 2024

The violinist adds the U.S. premiere of Jake Heggie’s Fantasy Suite 1803 to his Parisian program.

Lev Mamuya - May 6, 2024

Widely divergent approaches to composition make for an ear-opening experience.

Jim Farber - April 30, 2024

The closing concert highlights composers at every career stage, from an undergraduate student to a 95-year-old master.

Rebecca Wishnia - April 30, 2024

Back-to-back concerts by the SF Symphony and the Alexander String Quartet feature important works by the overlooked English composer.

Jason Victor Serinus - April 29, 2024

The baritone’s double album includes substantial contributions from major composers, as well as from fellow famous singers.

Nicholas Jones - April 29, 2024

In a joint song recital, the husband-and-wife team reflect on the journeys they’ve made, from New Zealand to the opera stage.

Lisa Hirsch - April 29, 2024

Pierrot lunaire and its artistic legacy are celebrated in a weekend festival marking the 150th anniversary of the composer’s birth.

David Bratman - April 23, 2024

The orchestra’s passionate playing of four meditative pieces is emotional and gratifying.

Jim Farber - April 23, 2024

In a concert powered by Derrick Skye’s fascinating Prisms, Cycles, Leaps 3, LACO bids farewell to a longtime venue.

Nicholas Jones - April 23, 2024

The Bay Area premiere of Daniel Catán’s opera is musically and theatrically spellbinding.