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.
John Adams’ opera has outlasted its critics and finally makes it to San Francisco, thanks to its original commissioner, David Gockley.More "<em>Nixon in China</em> Lives Long and Prospers" »
As the Philadelphia Orchestra counts pennies, can it count on remaining a top-tier orchestra?More "The Philadelphia Orchestra at the Crossroads" »
Soprano Judith Nelson, one of the world’s most famous singers of Baroque music as the early music revival began, died peacefully May 28, at the close of a 12-year battle with Alzheimer’s disease.More "In Memoriam Judith Nelson: 1939-2012" »
Here's what a crew of teenage reporters noticed, part of a collaboration between SFCV and 826 Valencia, at last month's S.F. Symphony concert. Are you young at heart? Find out if you shared their likes and dislikes.More "Teen Writers Take On the Symphony" »
Bashbush brings business and orchestra expertise to grow and diversify SFCV audience to sustainable scaleMore "San Francisco Classical Voice Appoints Veronica Bashbush Executive Director" »