Streamed from the SF Conservatory of Music, the concert was a masterclass in the art of the piano duo.
The soprano’s beguiling debut CD mixes repertory and is accompanied by an eclectic combo of first-rate musicians.
The JACK Quartet roams the sonic outback on two meditative quartets from the Alaskan composer.
The saxophonist/composer’s jazzy soundscape for the Michelle Obama documentary gets a full-blooded rendition that benefits from the orchestral treatment.
The youthful pair give robust, fully committed readings of sonatas from Rachmaninoff and Barber.
Gavin Bryars’s haunting tone poem about the last moments of the doomed ship gets a fresh interpretation by this up-and-coming ensemble.
David Hertzberg’s spooky chamber orchestra recasts a Hans Christian Andersen tale of spirit possession.
This year’s San Francisco Dance Film Festival hasn’t missed a step in its transition to the smaller screen.
In concert, the layers and cumulative, syncretic power of Joachim’s music become clear.
Fure’s new album strikes fear in the listener but makes a profoundly human point.