Miranda Liu is marvelous in Shostakovich’s Violin Concerto No. 1, while Ravel’s Boléro provides a colorful finale.
The American music director reflects on her trailblazing career, important mentors, and the value of expanding the canon.
At the SF International Arts Festival, Romano and friends present a program of original and transcribed music for the traditional instrument.
The diverse summer lineup of music, theater, dance, and performance art will be based in the Mission District this year.
The multitalented composer and performer is aiming at a festival that ignores musical boundaries and questions standard narratives.
For Piano Spheres, Kallay used Alexander Scriabin’s Fifth Sonata as a jumping-off point to explore “ecstatic states.”
Stephen King’s bestselling novel comes to the opera stage with, thankfully, less luridness than Stanley Kubrick’s famous film adaptation.
There will be an added poignancy to the San Francisco Symphony’s performances of Adriana Mater this week.