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SFCV's perceptive writers report on America's native classical music.
The thrilling jazz vocalist showcases her impressive originals at an intimate SFJAZZ show.
The beloved singer is all about the music and the festival welcomes her to its all-star roster.
The glorious jazz vocalist and her powerhouse trio take it up a notch at Feinstein's with guest saxophonist Houston Person.
One of jazz history’s most idiosyncratic individuals gets a Bay Area festival all his own.
The alto sax legend, who recently turned 79, plays the final week of the Stanford Jazz Festival.
Fela Kuti’s son extends his father’s legacy, while creating his own.
Despite some rough edges, a concert of Glass’s solo piano music is intellectually and musically engaging.
The largest jazz festival in the world brings in artists of all stripes.
The Oakland-born composer of “Oh Happy Day” died this past January, and his music will be at the center of Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir’s festival performances.