Women in Music

Emily Wilson - March 10, 2023

The celebrated artistic director of Apollo’s Fire is teaming up with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra for a program of traditional Jewish music.

Andrew Gilbert - February 28, 2023

The drummer brings her four-part multimedia suite to SFJAZZ, working with the Del Sol String Quartet and dancer Babatunji Johnson, among others.

Lisa Hirsch - February 27, 2023

Classical insiders, like conductor JoAnn Falletta, have major issues with the film’s veracity, but they’re still fascinated.

Lou Fancher - February 21, 2023

The tight-knight vocal ensemble that specializes in the music of Eastern Europe has been developing BABA with conductor Karmina Šilec.

Lily O'Brien - February 13, 2023

This year’s PIVOT Festival will showcase the music of Black and women composers, works that haven’t been recorded until now.

Richard S. Ginell - January 23, 2023

But it’s the Clara Schumann Piano Trio that makes this recording particularly valuable.

Lisa Hirsch - January 16, 2023

In Dido Reimagined, Dawn Upshaw and the Brentano String Quartet offer a new take on a famous operatic heroine.

Victoria Looseleaf - January 9, 2023

The soprano who’s long been a muse in contemporary music is turning to a mythical character for her latest project.

Lou Fancher - January 3, 2023

Her company’s latest work, Talking Circle, is a collaborative effort that draws on movement, music, and personal experiences.

Emily Wilson - December 5, 2022

SFCV chats with the composer whose work lies at the intersection of Indian and Western classical traditions.