Music Features For Families
Every week, our writers take an in‐depth look at an artist, program or topic of interest to us. Spend some time with this week's classical music feature, or scroll through the extensive SFCV archive for insights in many music topics.
The new site SFSkids.org is driven by the potential of online gaming in music education and learning. Kids can play, perform, conduct, and compose — make music, and just listen to it. All in the spirit of fun.More "S.F. Symphony's New Website for Kids: Let the Games Begin" »
Let us count the ways to catch the ever-busy, delightful San Francisco Girls Chorus this March.More "Catching Up With the San Francisco Girls Chorus" »
The Orchestra, a Brazilian source of pride, will give two performances featuring youthful sizzle as well as strong musicianship.More "The Bahia Youth Symphony Orchestra: El Sistema, Brazilian Style" »
Although the Hollywood movie industry relies more than ever on huge budget action movies, the movies nominated for best score of 2013 have a much less adrenaline-pumping, ear-splitting character. Here are nominees.More "Academy Awards Playlist" »
The John Adams Young Composer Program at the Crowden Music Center fosters deep creativity even in very young children.More "Coming of Age: John Adams and the Young Composer's Program" »