In advance of performing with MTT and the SF Symphony Jan. 27–29, the pianist talks about playing Liszt and the “new normal.”
The question facing the orchestra now is how to honor the conductor’s legacy while continuing to forge ahead.
The new grants provide extra support to tentpole projects by a variety of arts organizations.
L.A.’s downtown performing arts center and its resident companies are taking steps to deal with the spread of the omicron variant.
While the pandemic raged, live performances returned, and musicians and audiences alike found some hope in the process.
The 18th-century opera is delightful as ever in a recent recording led by William Christie.
The North Bay concert with conductor Thomas Conlin and soprano Othalie Graham, promises some of the greatest Wagner excerpts.