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SFCV's perceptive writers report on America's native classical music.
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.
A lost Coltrane album and a document of the final tour Miles Davis and Coltrane made together.
Seasoned pros and upcoming tyros offer some of the best jazz tickets in the Bay Area this summer.
With a crackerjack quartet and a sheaf of exciting new material, the local saxophonist shows why his influence is so pervasive.
Jazz chanteuse Kay Kostopoulos joins local all-stars for a swinging romp at the historic peninsula venue.
The 36th San Francisco Jazz Festival offers a diverse range of musical acts from all walks of jazz life.
The lauded standup comic and actor has a new album of jazz takes on David Bowie songs.