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.
Once considered lost, the Sacramento Philharmonic and the Opera are coming back with a new plan, and performances beginning in June.More "Sacramento Philharmonic Hits Reset Button" »
SFCM President David Stull talks about what’s going on with the conservatory, including its new record label.More "San Francisco Conservatory of Music President Goes on the Record" »
The Sacramento region faces an identity crisis when it comes to the arts. Can it remake itself?More "Can Sacramento Ever Become Brooklyn? (And Would It Want To…)" »
Reviews of albums by the UK group Voces8, Anonymous 4 and Norway’s Trio Mediaeval.More "New Releases Make for a Triple A Cappella Fest" »
Pierre-Laurent the pianist celebrates his long-time association with Pierre the composer.More "Aimard on Boulez: A Tribute on the Composer's 90th" »
The company reports that it will shut down this month unless it can close a revenue hole.More "Ballet San Jose Makes Last-Ditch Funding Appeal" »
The composer, who appears with the San Francisco Symphony this week, connects music and visual art in his concerto In Seven Days.More "Thomas Adès: Building Worlds of Sound and Vision" »