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 - 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.

Victoria Looseleaf - August 9, 2021

A conversation with the artist about choreographing and directing a Schoenberg masterpiece that debuts at The Ford this month.

Victoria Looseleaf - August 2, 2021

Five former Dudamel Fellows make their Hollywood Bowl debuts. In a first, four are women.

Victoria Looseleaf - August 2, 2021

Frank Gehry designed the Judith and Thomas L. Beckmen YOLA Center, which will begin hosting new students this fall.

Victoria Looseleaf - July 12, 2021

Look for chamber performances at [email protected] and with the LA Phil at the Hollywood Bowl.

Victoria Looseleaf - June 28, 2021

Incorporating everything from jazz to Sumerian choruses into her work, the Iranian-born polymath never stops creating. She talks with SFCV about her latest projects.

Victoria Looseleaf - June 1, 2021

LA Opera’s artist-in-residence takes the stage in Oedipus Rex on June 6. He talks with SFCV about opera’s new landscape and how he’s supporting the next generation of singers.

Victoria Looseleaf - May 10, 2021

The Italian star pianist’s special concert for Cal Performances premieres May 13 and runs through June 12.

Victoria Looseleaf - April 25, 2021

“Uniting in Movement” features recent choreography by Jessica Lang, Lauren Lovette, and Darrell Grand Moultrie.

Victoria Looseleaf - April 19, 2021

In town to conduct SFO’s groundbreaking Barber of Seville, the rising star talks about his journey from church choir to conductor’s podium.