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 - April 11, 2021

A conversation with CAP UCLA’s executive and artistic director reveals the serious challenges of mounting an original season virtually, and the equal test of getting ready for reopening.

Victoria Looseleaf - April 3, 2021

Every Tuesday, the ensemble welcomes world-class musicians and online viewers to engage in a spirited, interactive Happy Hour.

Victoria Looseleaf - March 26, 2021

The accomplished musician has a burgeoning career in stand-up comedy.

Victoria Looseleaf - February 22, 2021

Hear the keyboard master perform Bach’s Goldberg Variations for Cal Performances starting March 4.

Victoria Looseleaf - February 9, 2021

The precedent-bucking composer shares her thoughts on her writing process, the role of women in contemporary music, and her new role with the Santa Rosa Symphony.

Victoria Looseleaf - February 2, 2021

The award-winning violinist, singer, and composer talks with SFCV about her latest album and multifaceted career.

Victoria Looseleaf - December 14, 2020

The early music orchestra will handle Handel, Bach, Vivaldi, and Élizabeth Jacquet de la Guerre in music from early in their careers.

Victoria Looseleaf - December 8, 2020

A massive undertaking for the university choir, Richard Danielpour’s score sings of compassion and forgiveness.

Victoria Looseleaf - November 17, 2020

The only surviving opera by Joseph Bologne has staying power in LA Opera’s production.

Victoria Looseleaf - November 10, 2020

On Nov. 16, three violinists straddle the worlds of Baroque and folk music and share research about Black musicians at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.