Russell Thomas Plays It Forward Victoria Looseleaf - June 1, 2021 Artist Spotlight The Essential Audra McDonald Annelies Zijderveld - June 2, 2021 Feature Still Dancing at 83: A Conversation With Carolyn North Lou Fancher - June 1, 2021 Artist Spotlight Latest The Akropolis Reed Quintet Remembers a Lost Detroit Neighborhood Review The wind ensemble’s Ghost Light presents five commissions on themes of life, death, and rebirth. Kate Lindsey Recounts Tyranny Through Multiple Lenses Review The powerful mezzo explores many dark facets of the Nero legend in Tiranno. Where Are They Now? Music News Checking in on SF Symphony’s former music directors. Walt Disney Concert Hall to Reopen at End of Month Music News Live music is returning to the landmark venue, with a slight twist. The Proms Return: Summer’s Oldest, Biggest Festival Goes Live Music News Tune in to First Night on July 30 to catch a world premiere from James MacMillan, in the first of 52 concerts this year. Lukas Ligeti Creates a New-Music Holocaust Memorial Review The composer melds oral histories of Jewish life in Warsaw with an improvising chamber ensemble and electronica. LA Phil Announces Ford Reopening Music News The amphitheater will be hosting a roster of A-list musicians in diverse genres. Dance LA Phil Announces Ford Reopening June 2, 2021 Still Dancing at 83: A Conversation With Carolyn North June 1, 2021 Patrick Makuakāne on Balancing Tradition and Innovation May 24, 2021 SF Ballet’s 2022 Season to Honor Its Long-Serving Director May 11, 2021 See All Dance Articles > Jazz LA Phil Announces Ford Reopening June 2, 2021 SFJAZZ Kicks Off a Fresh Season Via a Virtual Festival May 25, 2021 Caroline Chung Stays in the Groove With Sounds of Haejin May 24, 2021 The Essential Vijay Iyer May 24, 2021 See All Jazz Articles > Opera LA Phil Announces Ford Reopening June 2, 2021 Opera With a Mission in Santa Clarita June 2, 2021 Kate Lindsey Recounts Tyranny Through Multiple Lenses June 2, 2021 See All Opera Articles > Homepage Links Listen to KDFC Facebook Twitter Instagram The SFCV Weekly Newsletter Receive the latest news delivered straight to your inbox with a digest of all the latest events, reviews, and hot deals. SFCV L.A. 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Artist Spotlight Caroline Chung Stays in the Groove With Sounds of Haejin Lou Fancher - May 24, 2021 The bassist/composer talks about her latest disc and the diverse collaborators and influences that inform her sound. A Baroque Battle of the Sexes with American Bach Soloists August 11, 2015 Santa Rosa Symphony Chooses Its Next Music Director March 27, 2018 At Last San Francisco: Isabelle Faust May 28, 2012 Black, Brilliant, and Almost Forgotten: LA Opera Streams Joseph Bologne’s The Anonymous Lover November 10, 2020 Features The Essential Audra McDonald Stream This! 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Classical Violin and Scottish Fiddle: A Two-Hundred-Year Musical Conversation Feature As our world grows more interconnected, folk and classical traditions continuously mix it up. Brazil in the Bay Area Feature Brazilian music has put down roots in the Bay Area, and California Brazil Camp is a major reason why. Keep Calm and Cook On: Four Bay Area Vocalists Spill the Beans Feature Great stories about opera singers who are cooking while sheltering — with recipes!