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A Whirlwind Tour of Wind Instruments

Here's a whirlwind tour of the Wind Instruments, or Woodwinds (even though many of them are no longer made of any wood). Unlike the strings, which as a section have a continuous and uniform...

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Steuart and Michelle Pincombe Play Music in Familiar Spaces

A project that began 10 months ago has brought Steuart and Michelle Pincombe all over the US (and even into Canada) travelling with their...

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A Preview of the Upcoming Arts Season

The Symphony Gala and Opera celebrations aside, there's a slightly slower Rollout to the Arts Season this Fall, with many groups not getting underway until October and later; but here's a brief roundup of...

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Opera San Jose Takes on Donizetti’s “Lucia di Lammermoor”

Opera San Jose begins its season tomorrow with a production of Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor, with a new member of the resident company of...

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Preview the SF Symphony Gala

Tonight's San Francisco Symphony gala concert is just the beginning of a jam-packed season. We'll be bringing it to you live beginning around 8 o'clock, with Dianne and Rik hosting, and Hoyt helping to...

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A Look at SF Opera’s Upcoming Season

San Francisco Opera gets out of the gate quickly this year, with a number of events starting on Friday, with the Opera Ball followed by the opening of Andrea Chénier, set during the French...

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A Look at Famous “Unfinished Works”

There are many Unfinished Works in the world of Classical music, for many reasons... whether they were put off to be completed later, abandoned...

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Twenty Mashed-Up Piano Pieces

September is 'National Piano Month,' so here's a little quiz with some familiar keyboard works. Give a listen and see how many of these twenty mashed-up piano pieces you can identify:   (Click and drag...

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The State of the Arts – August 2016 Archive

Wednesday, August 3 To help celebrate their 25th anniversary season, Festival Opera is returning to the work that they began with... by way of...

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The State of the Arts – July 2016 Archive

Friday, July 1 The percussion section stretched its definition a bit in 1880... When Pyotr Tchaikovsky decided the best way to commemorate a military...