This week San Francisco Symphony presents soprano Susanna Phillips in Samuel Barber's enduring composition from 1947, Knoxville: Summer of 1915.
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Mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard appears with conductor Charles Dutoit and the San Francisco Symphony this week in Ravel's one-act comic opera, L'Heure espagnole
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Chairman Kovner, President Polisi, most distinguished honorees, dedicated family, friends, faculty, and to EACH of the talented, ambitious, courageous...
The program designed by Ms. Azrieli is united by a Jewish theme. It includes works by Jewish composers, operatic arias that evoke Jewish subjects, as well as Jewish folksong arrangements.
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Caity Gwin did everything a budding professional dancer is supposed to do. She studied ballet five days a week, all the way through high school. She w...
When Slipping opens at the New Conservatory Theatre Center in San Francisco on May 18th, it will be a sweet homecoming for playwright Daniel Talbott.
Hahn-Bin is an exquisite melting pot of talent and style, of the classical and the strange. A prodigy violinist Pop Art icon, he is what happens when ...
Yesterday I decided to do something different. Craving to hear some live classical music, I searched for something that I knew would deliver technically; but was relatively inexpensive.
Rabbit Hole is one of 2010's most affecting and well-wrought films, the story of a couple trying to regain their footing eight months after the death of their four-year-old son.
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