Culture / The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – July 2015 Archive

Wednesday, July 1 Opera at the Ballpark has proven to be a successful mix in the years that San Francisco Opera has been simulcasting a live performance into AT&T Field... But how about the...
7/31/2015

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – June 2015 Archive

Wednesday, June 3 There are works about harvesting, summer rainshowers and mushrooms on a concert program the International Orange Chorale of San Francisco will present in SF and Berkeley this weekend. The group is...
6/30/2015

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – May 2015 Archive

Friday, May 1 The 78th consecutive Stern Grove Festival will continue its run of admission-free Summer concerts starting on June 14th, with its 'Big...
5/31/2015

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – April 2015 Archive

Monday, April 6 The Cypress String Quartet presents their 16th Call and Response concert this Friday night, at Marines Memorial Theatre, with a premiere of a work by French composer Philippe Hersant that was...
4/30/2015

Sign Up for eNotes

Receive our weekly email newsletter filled with special highlights, local event suggestions, a free download & much more.

Sign Up

Make a Request

What would you like to hear on KDFC radio?

Start Here

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – March 2015 Archive

Tuesday, March 3 The Knights - an orchestra that was started by two of the members of the quartet Brooklyn Rider - has had from its beginning a unique (and friendly) dynamic. Their new...
3/31/2015

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – February 2015 Archive

Monday, February 2 Mona Golabek takes on the role of her mother, Lisa Jura in the one-woman show The Pianist of Willesden Lane which...
2/28/2015

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – December 2014 Archive

Monday, December 1 The 9-voiced male choir called Cantus comes to Berkeley this Thursday night through Cal Performances for a presentation of All Is...
12/31/2014

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – November 2014 Archive

Monday, November 3 The Oakland East Bay Symphony starts its season with a brand new piece for jazz ensemble and orchestra that looks to...
11/30/2014

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – August 2014 Archive

Friday, August 1 Beginning this Sunday, the chorus called Slavyanka will host a week-long International Russian Choral Music Festival, which is the first of...
8/31/2014

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – July 2014 Archive

Wednesday, July 2 This summer's Opera at the Ballpark on Saturday, July 5th will bring San Francisco Opera's production of La Traviata (starring Ailyn Pérez and Stephen Costello as Violetta and Alfredo) to an...
7/31/2014