The wind ensemble’s Ghost Light presents five commissions on themes of life, death, and rebirth.

The powerful mezzo explores many dark facets of the Nero legend in Tiranno.

Checking in on SF Symphony’s former music directors.

Live music is returning to the landmark venue, with a slight twist.

Tune in to First Night on July 30 to catch a world premiere from James MacMillan, in the first of 52 concerts this year.

The composer melds oral histories of Jewish life in Warsaw with an improvising chamber ensemble and electronica.

The amphitheater will be hosting a roster of A-list musicians in diverse genres.

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