Richard S. Ginell - August 23, 2022

The LA Phil plays a patriotic program with a twist, centered around singer Davóne Tines’s serious examination of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

Janos Gereben - August 22, 2022

A roster of young singers strut their stuff in an evening filled with operatic highlights.

Tamzin Elliott - August 21, 2022

The electro-acoustic duo’s debut album, Twenty Twenty, takes listeners on an epic, unsettling journey.

Andrew Gilbert - August 16, 2022

We root out the best of an enormous fest that played out over three days on a dozen stages.

Richard S. Ginell - August 14, 2022

A dozen different groups and composers put their spin on Satie’s simple piano masterworks.

Richard S. Ginell - August 14, 2022

Two works premiered in past seasons, Daníel Bjarnason’s Violin Concerto and Anna Meredith’s Nautilus, make the program again at the Bowl.

David Bratman - August 9, 2022

When concern over COVID cases took out half the orchestra, the weekend’s programming had to change.

Janice Berman - August 8, 2022

Complexions Contemporary Ballet makes a rare Bay Area appearance at Frost Amphitheater, followed by SF Ballet.

Steven Winn - August 8, 2022

Strong performances from this year’s cast of emerging artists bring Mozart’s opera to life.

Richard S. Ginell - August 8, 2022

The 26-year-old Klaus Mäkelä shows poise in tackling one of the giants of symphonic music.