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SFCV's perceptive writers report on America's native classical music.
Our jazz critic shares his choice of recent local releases that provide musical balm for troubled times.
A musical lineage that decisively influenced 20th-century music looks to continue in its own key.
The award-winning trumpeter, composer, and designer shares his vision for the future of music, culture, and social justice in America.
In a long interview, the renowned jazz polymath talks about staying human and finding love, justice, and hope in dark times.
Leading Bay Area jazz artists respond to the current moment in the Black Lives Matter movement.
Thanks to an innovative grant, 57 artist/teachers have had projects funded during the lockdown.
The Grammy-winning East Bay artist shares his insights on staying focused and creative in turbulent times.
Here are six great recommendations for beating the blues with recent recordings by Bay Area jazz heroes.
The prolific jazz composer/clarinetist finds inspiration in seclusion for his Plague Diary.
Jazz artists follow the lead of the classical world in finding new sources of patronage.