Each week, SFCV looks behind the scenes to give you a sneak peak of what's coming up on stages around the Bay Area...so you can learn about concerts before they happen.
Young violinists, cellists, and even one violist from the United States' elite conservatories will once again be displaying their virtuosity at the Irving M. Klein String Competition finals at Knuth Hall on the SFSU campus this weekend.More about SFSU School of Music and Dance »
Elena Sharkova, who heads the 90-voice Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale, will use her intimate knowledge of works such as Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov's 1907 All-Night Vigil, in a concert that music lovers of all kinds should make an effort to see.More about Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale »
Rarely heard (and some virtually unknown) music from Latin America will be performed at several historic sites.More about Women's Antique Vocal Ensemble (WAVE) »
The Mission Chamber Orchestra of San José kicks off this year’s Portuguese pride festivities in the Bay with its 5th annual Music of Portugal concert, coinciding with Portugal Day on June 5.More about Mission Chamber Orchestra »
Founder and violinist of the Kronos Quartet David Harrington talks with SFCV about ancient Chinese tunes and modern Chinese toys, and how a collaboration with pipa virtuoso Wu Man has helped the Kronos Quartet span cultures and time.More »
The Rickshaw Stop is presenting Dustin O'Halloran this weekend with the Magik*Magik Orchestra's String Quartet and the Conspiracy of Venus women's vocal group. They'll be playing music off of O'Halloran's latest instrumental album, Lumiere.More about Magik*Magik Orchestra »