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.
The peak of Bernal Heights Park provides a broad and beautiful perspective on S.F., the city which will be celebrated in a concert by the Bernal Hill Players at the Community Music Center (CMC) on June 18.More about Community Music Center »
Over at the Jewish Museum, a new exhibit on Gertrude Stein is in full swing. On Thursday the Museum hosts the Bay Area Rainbow Symphony and their special guest, New York TImes music critic Anthony Tommasini in a program about the collaborations between Stein and composer Virgil Thomson.More about Bay Area Rainbow Symphony (BARS) »
There are lots of big music events going on in the Bay Area this week, but let's not forget about Ojai North! In two concerts soprano Dawn Upshaw performs Winds of Destiny, her collaborative work with director Peter Sellars.More about Cal Performances »
There are a lot of great ways to take advantage of the longest day of the year, otherwise known as the summer solstice. For music fans and, increasingly, for many families in the Bay Area, there's a clear winner: the Garden of Memory Day of Music at Oakland's Chapel of the Chimes.More about New Music Bay Area »
Get out the family bikes or strap on the roller skates for a day of fresh air, exercise, music, and grub for “Sunday Streets” street closure and entertainment by the Bayview Opera House.More about Bay View Opera House »
Elliott Sharp brings his interest in modified instruments like "guitarbass," an instrument that was built especially for him, to Meridian GalleryMore about Meridian Gallery »