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Steven Winn - June 6, 2023

The orchestra under Donald Runnicles, soprano Nina Stemme, and David Hockney’s color-saturated set designs are the stars of this extravagant production.

David Bratman - June 6, 2023

Miranda Liu is marvelous in Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1, while Ravel’s Boléro provides a colorful finale.

Jason Victor Serinus - June 6, 2023

When the production works, it’s the music, not the directorial concept, that triumphs.

Jim Farber - June 6, 2023

Pianist Evren Ozel, violist Jordan Bak, and violinist Geneva Lewis give an impressive recital in an unusual configuration.

Lisa Hirsch - June 6, 2023

The American music director reflects on her trailblazing career, important mentors, and the value of expanding the canon.

Lou Fancher - June 6, 2023

At the SF International Arts Festival, Romano and friends present a program of original and transcribed music for the traditional instrument.

Andrew Gilbert - June 6, 2023

The diverse summer lineup of music, theater, dance, and performance art will be based in the Mission District this year.

Jim Farber - June 6, 2023

The multitalented composer and performer is aiming at a festival that ignores musical boundaries and questions standard narratives.

Tom Jacobs - June 6, 2023

The university’s Brain and Creativity Institute and classical station KUSC collaborate on a concert and panel discussion. 

Tamzin Elliott - June 6, 2023

For Piano Spheres, Kallay used Alexander Scriabin’s Fifth Sonata as a jumping-off point to explore “ecstatic states.”