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The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – May 2016 Archive

Monday, May 2 Lera Auerbach is at least a triple threat - she's a concert pianist, highly sought after composer, and she also has...


Star Spangled Sing-Off | Thanks For Submitting Your Video

Thanks for submitting your audition video! Remember to tell your friends and family to vote!


Neighborhood Arts Spotlight | Thank You For Your Submission

Thank you for submitting information for the Classical KDFC Neighborhood Arts Spotlight! ​If selected, we’ll contact you in advance so you can tell your...

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KDFC Classical Classroom Crusaders

KDFC is putting the classical in class! With so many schools cutting back or even eliminating music education altogether, we salute those Bay Area teachers who have KDFC on in their classrooms. If you're...

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – April 2016 Archive

Friday, April 1 Florence Foster Jenkins - the legendarily untalented soprano who has been amusing new generations of audiences since the 1940s - is...

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – March 2016 Archive

Tuesday, March 1 Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony have mapped out a big 2016-17 season, which includes tributes to three major...

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – February 2016 Archive

Monday, February 1 Kronos Quartet presents its Festival 2016: Explorer Series at SFJAZZ Center this Thursday through Sunday. Violinist David Harrington says in addition to...

The State of the Arts

The State of the Arts – January 2016 Archive

Monday, January 4 As the curtain rises on 2016, here's a little collection of some memorable and auspicious beginnings from the world of classical...