James Conlon’s strong, insightful direction of the singers and orchestra meets a less imaginative production.
The work, now at SF Opera, promises a deep dive into the complicated technologist, but does it weigh his character or just celebrate his legacy?
A new recording showcases the composer’s latest opera, a dark amalgamation of two literary works.
The innovative company’s latest is the sci-fi Star Choir, about colonization and what it means to be human.
A couple of conductors are out at the SF Symphony, and Christine Goerke won’t sing at Cal Performances.
The mezzo-soprano is singing in back-to-back productions of Don Giovanni and The Barber of Seville this fall.