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.
The conflict in a musical adaptation of an Israeli children’s book mirrors the problems of a major California city.More "Stockton Symphony Engages City With New Music" »
The musicians of the S.F. Symphony are meeting the challenges of the eclectic American Mavericks repertoire with aplomb — and just a tinge of trepidation.More "Orchestra Musicians Jazzed For American Mavericks" »
SFCV’s annual annotated list of music camps is everything you need to plan a perfect, musical summer.More "Music, Magic, and Mayhem: A Guide to Summer Camps" »
The S.F. Symphony has announced plans for 2012-2013: Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas, Executive Director Brent Assink, and Director of Artistic Planning John Mangum have come up with a year-round ambitious and complex program.More "S.F. Symphony Marches Into Its Second Century" »
The Sphinx Organization is having slow but steady success in introducing classical music to underserved African-Americans and Latinos, and in the process is helping to further integrate American orchestras.More "Secret of the Sphinx: Bringing Music to Minorities " »