Janos Gereben

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Janos Gereben - August 22, 2023

Instead of the trash heap, there’s rescuing and rehoming that can be done with any collection that took a lifetime to accumulate.

Janos Gereben - August 15, 2023

A new production of Puccini’s opera relies on filmmaker Arthur Dong’s research into a 1940s Chinese nightclub in the city.

Janos Gereben - August 8, 2023

A collection of duets from Handel and Verdi to Kevin Puts showcases the young artists in substantial roles.

Janos Gereben - August 7, 2023

Alexander Shchetynsky’s Requiem will receive its U.S. premiere at Davies Symphony Hall this month.

Janos Gereben - July 31, 2023

Celia Fushille will step down from the position next year, to be succeeded by company veteran Amy Seiwert.

Janos Gereben - July 31, 2023

The company’s reimagined Il Ducato keeps the comedy while changing the setting.

Janos Gereben - July 25, 2023

There’s no shortage of support for up-and-coming musicians in the Bay Area, be they tomorrow’s opera stars or future concert pianists.

Janos Gereben - July 17, 2023

The World Choir Games in Gangneung saw more than 300 ensembles from 34 countries compete for gold.

Janos Gereben - July 17, 2023

The pianist who broke barriers on national and international stages also had a close connection to the San Francisco Bay Area.

Janos Gereben, Lisa Hirsch - July 11, 2023

Contract negotiations between the orchestra and the musicians appear to be stalled.