The celebrated artistic director of Apollo’s Fire is teaming up with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra for a program of traditional Jewish music.
The drummer brings her four-part multimedia suite to SFJAZZ, working with the Del Sol String Quartet and dancer Babatunji Johnson, among others.
Classical insiders, like conductor JoAnn Falletta, have major issues with the film’s veracity, but they’re still fascinated.
The tight-knight vocal ensemble that specializes in the music of Eastern Europe has been developing BABA with conductor Karmina Šilec.
This year’s PIVOT Festival will showcase the music of Black and women composers, works that haven’t been recorded until now.
But it’s the Clara Schumann Piano Trio that makes this recording particularly valuable.
In Dido Reimagined, Dawn Upshaw and the Brentano String Quartet offer a new take on a famous operatic heroine.
The soprano who’s long been a muse in contemporary music is turning to a mythical character for her latest project.
Her company’s latest work, Talking Circle, is a collaborative effort that draws on movement, music, and personal experiences.
SFCV chats with the composer whose work lies at the intersection of Indian and Western classical traditions.