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Michael Zwiebach - June 18, 2021

Committees can work (sometimes): the San Francisco Conservatory of Music/SF Symphony partnership seems to have struck gold.

Paul Kotapish - June 15, 2021

The Cuban composer’s work was inspired by Susan B. Anthony and the struggle for the 19th Amendment.

Paul Kotapish - June 15, 2021

San José violinist Grace Huh takes second place and earns the Pablo Casals Prize.

Lou Fancher - June 15, 2021

The Bay Area choreographer, a Guggenheim recipient this year, talks to SFCV about his collaborative, activist work.

Janos Gereben - June 15, 2021

Violinist Augusta McKay Lodge shines as both ensemble leader and soloist.

Peter Feher - June 15, 2021

UPDATED June 15: SFCV’s weekly guide to online music.

Jeremy Reynolds - June 14, 2021

Festivals and orchestras have been programming composers like Walter Piston, Roy Harris, Harold Shapero, and more in recent years. Leon Botstein and Gil Rose explain the newfound interest.

Lou Fancher - June 14, 2021

Moving Forward, Looking Back #2020 reveals how dance is essential to the lives of these artists.


Joe Cadagin - June 14, 2021

The first opera in Cerise Lim Jacobs’s The Ouroboros Trilogy borrows heavily from Eastern lore and legends.

Janos Gereben - June 14, 2021

The Maestro pays homage to classic B movies while providing a performance opportunity for the famous Thai youth orchestra.