Matthew Sedlar

Matthew Sedlar oversees edits and posts content to SFCV and social media. He has worked on the copy desks of several publications including the Orange County Register and the Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report. He also served as deputy editor of Congressional Quarterly's Healthbeat and a music writer for the blog DCist. In his spare time, he writes about the intersection of statistics and various nerdy topics for Stats for Geeks.

Articles By This Author

Matthew Sedlar - January 28, 2016

The conductor will lead Youth Orchestra L.A. during the event’s half-time show in February.

Matthew Sedlar - January 27, 2016

The Dutch conductor’s five-year contract starts during the 2018-19 season.

Matthew Sedlar - January 15, 2016

The company will now be managed by NYCO Renaissance and plans to present Tosca on Jan. 20-24.

Matthew Sedlar - January 14, 2016

What was the most-performed work of 2015? Who was the busiest conductor? Bachtrack offers its annual review of the year in classical music.

Matthew Sedlar - January 6, 2016

The French composer pushed the boundaries of modernism and influenced generations of musicians.

Matthew Sedlar - December 29, 2015

In a draft memo obtained by the New York Times, “a passion for the arts and a love of music” is among qualifications sought for a new board chair.

Matthew Sedlar - December 28, 2015

The study, published in Economic Development Quarterly, associates the presence of performing arts organizations with an increase in “knowledge-class” jobs.

Matthew Sedlar - December 23, 2015

In an interview with BMI, John Williams talks about the impact of Star Wars and his process of composing for the films.

Matthew Sedlar - December 18, 2015

The 250-page report makes a cultural, economic, and educational case for a state-of-the-art concert hall to rival venues in other British and European cities.

Matthew Sedlar - December 16, 2015

A subscription streaming service like Netflix or Hulu with a large library of contemporary operas could generate interest among new audiences and devotees alike.