The LA Phil’s latest new-music concert brought pieces delayed by or composed during the shutdown.
A report in Pasadena Now explains that David Lockington alleges wrongful termination and religious discrimination over a vaccine mandate.
After more than two years of forced isolation, performance touring is back on the calendar.
The director’s latest collaboration with the chorus adapts a mournful but timely piece by early Baroque composer Heinrich Schütz.
After making an unprecedented investment in online content, will arts groups simply return to “normal” live performances?
The electro-acoustic duo’s debut album, Twenty Twenty, takes listeners on an epic, unsettling journey.
Oliver Theil, who had held important positions with the orchestra since 1991, is among those no longer with the SF Symphony.
How the adventurous and determined are navigating the financial burdens of COVID.
Application deadline for a share of the $337,500 fund is Dec. 8.
Although major companies and presenters are meeting the challenges, there are many extra hurdles now.