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Stephanie Jones

Stephanie Jones received her Bachelor of Science in Music Industry from the USC Thornton School of Music in 2008. She recently completed her Master of Arts in Specialized Journalism (arts journalism) in 2010 at USC and is currently a freelance journalist as well as a playwright, creative writer, and amateur poet.

Articles by this Author

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January 31, 2014

Keisuke Nakagoshi, and half of the Grammy-nominated piano duet ZOFO, will perform a debut solo recital featuring the premiere of Jack Curtis Dubowsky's Moth.

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Feature Article
December 10, 2013

With a CD and an upcoming benefit concert, local musicians are focusing on the local scourge of homelessness.

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Feature Article
May 7, 2013

You expect to see a folk singer with a battered guitar busking at a train station, but an operatic baritone? A quartet of cellos? Here’s what that’s about.

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November 19, 2012

Walnut Creek’s esteemed Festival Opera does an about-face, to present an innovative opera experience that evokes issues of judgment and kindness and acceptance.

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November 7, 2012

The French Quartet Ebene plays film music and classic rock for a new classical crowd.

More about San Francisco Performances »
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October 30, 2012

“Improv queens” the Real Vocal String Quartet, on deck Nov. 14 at Salons at the Rex, is classically trained but embraces many musical idioms.

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October 22, 2012

Read this surprising story of how Richard Patterson found the Pacific Guitar Ensemble and got a home-cooked Italian dinner for 10 into the bargain.

More about Omni Foundation for the Performing Arts »
Feature Article
July 31, 2012

The musical baton is passed from Beijing to London in a gala concert featuring the Beijing Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic, and star percussionist Li Biao.

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Feature Article
July 20, 2012

London’s always a great place to be for the arts, but right now it’s dressed to the nines.

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May 23, 2012

A prolific composer of choral works beloved by choirs worldwide is profiled in a documentary by a first-time filmmaker.

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Feature Article
April 30, 2012

Composers are finding mobile devices and clever apps all the rage, and a lot of fun, though they’re only in their infancy.

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March 4, 2012

Musical sisters know how to shake it, for audiences that enjoy a variety of styles.

More about Noe Valley Chamber Music »
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February 29, 2012

San Francisco Conservatory is about to set loose its annual Hot Air Music Festival, which offers something for everyone — plus it’s all free and high-flying!

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February 6, 2012

[email protected]’s winter series gets a French twist, with a wind quintet imported from Lincoln Center.

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November 29, 2011

Who could ask for anything more? A singing/playing/dancing celebration of the Gershwin brothers’ genius takes the stage at Stanford.

More about Stanford Live (formerly Stanford Lively Arts) »
News Report
November 11, 2011

The Big Four of the music industry (Warner Music Group, Universal Music Group, EMI Group Ltd., and Sony Music Entertainment) are now down to the Big Three after a $4.1 million buyout of EMI.

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November 4, 2011

Lara Downes talks about her latest recording project, 13 Ways of Looking at the Goldberg, which she will play live at UC Davis.

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Kids & Families Feature
October 10, 2011

To learn how to make music (or make better music), with quick gratification and many resources at their fingertips, aspiring players can harness the power of mobile devices and technological innovators.

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Feature Article
August 23, 2011

Less popular than Mozart's comic operas, his Idomeneo is still a dramatic, musically bold opera with a lot to say. It's also the biggest production Opera San José has yet undertaken.

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August 10, 2011

Launching its 35th season, the S.F. Early Music Society celebrates passionate, accessible German cantatas from the 17th century.

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