San Francisco

SFCV’s writers report on topics relevant to the San Francisco area.

Victoria Looseleaf - May 17, 2024

Faliks talks about her memoir, Weight in the Fingertips, and her latest album, Manuscripts Don’t Burn — the subjects of her current tour.

Aimée Ts'ao - May 14, 2024

Melissa Lewis Wong proves that listening to a parent isn’t always a bad thing.

Louise T. Guinther - May 14, 2024

The star bass will be singing two major roles at SF Opera this year, including Sarastro in this summer’s Magic Flute.

Lou Fancher - May 14, 2024

Cal Performances is one of a growing number of arts organizations offering the latest in technology and accessibility services.

Andrew Gilbert - May 13, 2024

The 89-year-old tenor player still sings and swings with the best of them.

Victoria Looseleaf - May 13, 2024

You’ll be able to catch everything from full productions to pieces in progress during the Opera America conference next month.

Victoria Looseleaf - May 13, 2024

More audiences than ever will experience Beethoven’s opera when the orchestra and Deaf West Theatre take their groundbreaking production on tour.

Andrew Gilbert - May 13, 2024

Santa Cruz violinist Kaethe Hostetter tours the state this month with Qwanqwa, an all-star group featuring players from Addis Ababa.

Richard S. Ginell - May 7, 2024

For the composer’s anniversary year, conductor Markus Poschner leads performances of the original and revised versions.

Aimée Ts'ao - May 6, 2024

Known for her contemporary approach, dancer Carola Zertuche unveils her company’s latest work as part of the SF International Arts Festival.