Slicing Music History into Decade-Sized Pieces…
Music@Menlo's new season, "Incredible Decades," explores seven distinct periods in music history, from Bach's era to the Y2K fears, curated by directors David Finckel and Wu Han.
A Festival of New Works at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley hosts its 18th New Works Festival, featuring two musicals and three plays, exploring themes of racism, family relationships, and women's rights.
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley at 50
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley celebrates its 50th season and final season of founder Robert Kelley. The company, a Tony award winner, presents 8 mainstage plays reflecting its history.
Opera San Jose’s ‘Die Fledermaus’
Opera San Jose revives Die Fledermaus, set in Belle Époque Vienna, blending influences of Gustav Klimt and Sigmund Freud. The operetta explores themes of identity and deception.
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.
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Valentine’s Day Playlists for the Creative Thinker
Celebrate Valentine's Day with unique playlists, featuring love songs from video games, obscure modern classical pieces, and a dark side-inspired list for Star Wars fans.
Open Ears: Eva Jessye and the Harlem Renaissance
This article explores the life of Eva Jessye, a key figure in American music and the Harlem Renaissance, who made significant contributions to civil rights and classical music.
Bolero: Classical or Pop?
Explore the rich history of bolero music, from its classical and popular beginnings in Cuba and Spain to its evolution and influence in Latin America and beyond.
How to Make Stuffing à la Rossini
Discover how to make Rossini-inspired truffle stuffing, a favorite of the great composer. Follow our step-by-step recipe and enjoy this gourmet dish at home.