Victoria Looseleaf

Victoria Looseleaf is an award-winning international arts journalist who covers dance, music, theater and the visual arts. Publications she has contributed to include the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times and KCET Artbound. Her feminist novella in verse, Isn’t It Rich? is being adapted for the stage, and her children’s/coffee table book, Russ & Iggy’s Art Alphabet, will soon be published by Red Sky Presents. In addition, Looseleaf co-founded the online magazine ArtNowLA.

Articles By This Author

Victoria Looseleaf - January 24, 2022

In advance of performing with MTT and the SF Symphony Jan. 27–29, the pianist talks about playing Liszt and the “new normal.”

Victoria Looseleaf - December 6, 2021

The polymath composer tells SFCV about his creative process and curating the latest installment of SFS’s genre-busting music showcase.

Victoria Looseleaf - November 15, 2021

The troupe joins Christopher Rountree and Wild Up in an exuberant program featuring Immediate Tragedy and Appalachian Spring.

Victoria Looseleaf - November 1, 2021

The four-day online event presents more than 30 artists and ensembles on the cusp of tomorrow’s music and poetry.

Victoria Looseleaf - October 25, 2021

The globetrotting Finnish conductor talks about her upcoming run of concerts with the LA Phil and her musical journey.  

Victoria Looseleaf - October 19, 2021

LAO takes on the challenges of Wagner’s big Romantic opera.

Victoria Looseleaf - October 11, 2021

The lauded soprano talks about working with Dudamel and her upcoming gigs with the LA Phil.

Victoria Looseleaf - September 20, 2021

The company opens its season with a new production of Verdi’s flawed masterpiece.

Victoria Looseleaf - September 20, 2021

The dynamic dancer, choreographer, and entrepreneur talks about the Leela Dance Collective, Bollywood, and the upcoming ReSound festival.

Victoria Looseleaf - September 14, 2021

The pioneering conductor and indefatigable impresario talks about Muse/ique, her stint with Jessye Norman, and a new Nat King Cole project.