Marianne Lipanovich is a writer and editor based in Redwood City. A gardening expert, she is a lifelong music lover, having learned to read music before she learned to read.
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Basking in the glow of its Asia tour, members of the S.F. Symphony reflect on some of the musical and extramusical pleasures they enjoyed.More "Music and More: S.F. Symphony Asia Tour a Success" »
The 25th anniversary tour of Anonymous 4 offers something for everyone from this a capella group that has played an important role in the revival of medieval music.More about Stanford Live (formerly Stanford Lively Arts) »
The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus and musical theater force-of-nature Stephen Schwartz gang up to perform hit show tunes plus classical nuggets.More about San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus »
Leila Josefowicz talks with SFCV prior to performing a work that Esa-Pekka Salonen wrote for her and will conduct at the S.F. Symphony. To her it, "is a dream that became true. It’s the biggest sense of purpose an instrument can have."More »
Berkeley Symphony plays works by the beloved Lou Harrison, plus a West Coast premiere and the Sibelius Symphony No. 5.More about Berkeley Symphony »