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.
Where do young conductors come from? Move over Teddy Abrams, the SFS Youth Orchestra seems ready to produce another one – Agata Sorotokin.More "SFS Youth Orchestra Harbors Conducting Talent" »
If San Francisco’s Rec and Parks Dept. accepts the proposal of World Arts West, the city could have the big, multipurpose stage it needs.More "Proposal Floated For Major, New Venue at Palace of Fine Arts" »
Not only shouldn’t we have personal tech in the concert hall, we should put away the playbills and other crutches and prepare to be spontaneous, says Mondavi Center executive Don Roth.More "All You Need is Live: On Regaining Audience Sovereignty in the Concert Hall" »
Why adapting personal tech for use in the concert hall is a must.More "Terms of Engagement: Yes, Audiences Want Classical Music Apps" »
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" »