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SFCV's perceptive writers report on America's native classical music.
A big anniversary called forth an incredibly broad cross-section of talent.
The prolific bassist talks about his musical journey, his upcoming stint at SFJAZZ, and the surprising classical side of Philly soul.
The voice of morning radio on KDFC chats about his influences, his long career, and his hopes for the future.
Exploring Memphis soul may turn off purists, but the jazz great channels this music with ease and power.
The award-winning classical Indian vocalist is an unlikely pop star.
The weeklong celebration of this uniquely American composer includes concerts, an audio installation, and a listening party.
The innovative ensemble unites voices, instruments, and inspired improvisation to expand musical horizons and work for social justice.
The former associate principal bassist focuses on jazz these days, but his classical roots still nourish his music.
Composer and scholar Carman Moore talks with SFCV about Scott Joplin and his overarching influence on all aspects of American music.
The latest work by Lisa Mezzacappa is being performed at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, and imagines the frontiers of science in musical terms.