Christopher Mallett’s recording of the works of Justin Holland is a groundbreaking contribution to American guitar history and repertory.
From New York: The Metropolitan Opera star makes a recital debut that is alternately gripping and hilarious.
The master saxophonist owned the Davies stage in a wide-ranging program and still had time to appear at the SFJAZZ gala after.
The Làbeque sisters are joined by rocker-composers Bryce Dessner and David Chalmin for a new work by Radiohead’s Thom Yorke.
Benjamin Britten’s opera is pleasant if mostly uninteresting, like its titular hero.
The conductor and soloist Joshua Bell collaborate on a finely wrought performance of the composer’s Violin Concerto.
Emma O’Halloran’s techno-tinged music clothes the drama perfectly in tales of Dublin’s downtrodden.
Jazz, spirituals, and classical song merge in an intriguing crossover event.
Michel van der Aa’s elusive and subtle work is brilliantly realized at Cal Performances.
The latest recording release from the New York Festival of Song spotlights tenor Joshua Blue and the American activist tradition.