Passing the Baton at Stern Grove Festival
The Stern Grove Festival, run by the Goldman family for over 80 years, will see leadership pass to Dr. Douglas Goldman's sons upon his retirement. The festival offers free concerts in San Francisco.
San Francisco Performances’ 40th Season
San Francisco Performances' 40th season features a mix of traditional concerts and new collaborations, including a special project by pianist Marc-Andre Hamelin and tenor Mark Padmore.
The Perils of Routine
Cellist David Finckel shares his approach to music, emphasizing adaptability over routine. He and his wife, Wu Han, are central figures in the chamber music world.
California Symphony’s ‘Iconic’ Season Opener
The California Symphony kicks off its season with Iconic Beethoven, featuring his lesser-known overture, The Creatures of Prometheus, and the iconic Fifth Symphony. The program also includes works by Mahler and Gabriela Lena Frank.
Musaics of the Bay’s Chamber Music and Mentorship
Inaugural concert of Musaics of the Bay features works by Brahms and Mozart, performed by rising stars and students from ELM. The series aims to provide quality music and mentorship.
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“Trio”: Three Upcoming NorCal Events We Think You’ll Enjoy Each Week
Explore upcoming events in the Bay Area this week.
Classical Californians: Sarah Cahill | Tune In Wednesday at 7pm!
Pianist Sarah Cahill will be our Classical Californian this week - tune in Wednesday night at 7!
Saturday Morning CarTunes: The Cello
Explore the versatile world of the cello, likened to the human voice for its range. Discover famous cellists and their music, from Bach to AC/DC. The cello truly rocks!
Open Ears: The Endlessly Unfolding Story of Margaret Bonds
Explore the underappreciated life and work of Margaret Bonds, a pioneering Black composer and pianist, whose music is still being discovered 46 years after her death.
Classical Californians: James Conlon
This week's Classical Californian is James Conlon, Music Director of LA Opera