Changing the setting of Donizetti’s opera adds a conceptual layer that enhances a cherished score.
The enterprising ensemble partners with local and international choro musicians for another revelatory program.
Composer Luciano Chessa brings a fresh ear to the genre but still honors its history in his opening-night performance.
SFCV’s Rubin Institute fellow files his first report from New York about one of the city’s most inventive new-music groups.
The Dynamic Miss Faye Carol shares her ambitious concert project, making great use of a Hewlett Foundation grant.
Hollywood glamour and Shakespearean politics mix thrillingly in the world premiere of John Adams’s opera.
The massive work for orchestra, big band, and chorus was first heard on the West Coast 21 years ago, two days after 9/11.
The young tenor stakes his claim with a new recital album ahead of his appearance this fall with SF Opera.
The trio draws on classical training and Americana stylings for this album with The Philadelphia Orchestra.
The leading Danish composer turned 90 this year, and these major works capture a lifetime of musical evolution.