Jason Victor Serinus - October 10, 2022

Baritone Andrew Garland’s must-hear recording includes three of Frank’s vocal works paired with Dmitri Shostakovich’s Spanish Songs.

Lisa Hirsch - October 3, 2022

The SF Symphony’s music director finally tackles Mahler with the orchestra, and a new work by Trevor Weston opens the program.

Scott Cmiel - October 3, 2022

The virtuoso’s recital for the Omni Foundation counts as a return appearance of sorts after a concert recorded in Kyiv last year.

Michael Zwiebach - September 27, 2022

Inviting the African-American Shakespeare Company to share the stage pays dividends in more ways than one.

Janos Gereben - September 27, 2022

A couple of shining performances stand out in this production that just doesn’t seem to get Tchaikovsky’s grandeur.

Janice Berman - September 27, 2022

The company, run since its founding by dancers who worked with the great choreographer, delivers a glittering production of Jewels.

Giacomo Fiore - September 27, 2022

The virtuoso composer joins pianist Sarah Cahill and violinist Kate Stenberg for an idiosyncratic piece that couldn’t be anyone else’s.

Elijah Ho - September 27, 2022

The 2022 Cliburn winner throws caution to the wind in a generous and exhilarating recital.

Jim Farber - September 23, 2022

The first recital in Piano Spheres’ new season is all about the interplay of acoustic and electronic sounds.

Janice Berman - September 20, 2022

Artistic Director Celia Fushille’s company spins through three contrasting, exhilarating works in its season opener.