Lisa Hirsch - April 25, 2022

The conductor is back for the first time since 2008, leading a piece that audiences at Davies Symphony Hall know well.

Jonathan Curiel - April 25, 2022

The octogenarian jazz pioneer reprises his powerful Distant Radio Transmission at Mills.


Tamzin Elliott - April 25, 2022

Adding a layer of mythology to the story offers poetic perspective but ultimately steals focus.

Steven Winn - April 23, 2022

Handel’s complex 18th-century opera resonates with contemporary issues.

Jason Victor Serinus - April 17, 2022

The San Francisco favorite tackles some thrilling tenor repertoire on his debut album.

Catherine Womack - April 17, 2022

Baritone Nathan Gunn is the star of this new one-man work presented by LA Opera.

Josef Woodard - April 17, 2022

The violinist and bass-baritone give the world premiere of a genre-defying music-theater piece.

Steven Winn - April 12, 2022

The baritone’s SF Performances recital summons reflections on listening together.

Steven Winn - April 12, 2022

The East Bay company stages its annual showcase of excerpts from operas in progress.

David Bratman - April 11, 2022

John Adams’s Absolute Jest is the thorny centerpiece of an upbeat concert.