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Inside Pride, the official magazine of San Francisco Pride 2018

Inside Pride, the official magazine of San Francisco Pride 2018

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Since 2016, the Bay Area Reporter has worked with VIA Media and SF Pride to produce the official magazine of San Francisco Pride, INSIDE PRIDE.

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By Philip Campbell | May 23, 2018

A recent press conference led by San Francisco Opera General Director Matthew Shilvock previewed the soon-to-launch revival of the Company-commissioned 2011 production of director Francesca Zambello's so-called "American Ring."

By Roberto Friedman | May 23, 2018

Ask anyone who has ever tried improvisational theatre: a cardinal rule is always to say "yes" to whatever your improv partner has come up with during a scene.


By Jim Gladstone | May 23, 2018

The swingin' singer-songwriter performs at Feinstein's at the Nikko.

By Philip Campbell | May 16, 2018

Before Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas returns from hiatus in mid-June, the San Francisco Symphony will present the final three guest conductors of the 2017-18 season.


By Jim Gladstone | May 16, 2018

Carmen Cusack returns to San Francisco this Saturday night for a solo performance at "A Twist of Limelight," the nonprofit Bay Area Musicals' annual fundraising benefit.

By Jim Provenzano | May 16, 2018

With equal parts heartfelt intention and musical invention, Tom Goss writes and performs songs that are unapologetically gay-themed. He'll perform The Love Cub, his new show, on May 19 in San Francisco at the Hotel Rex.


By Roberto Friedman | May 11, 2018

Last month Out There was invited on a press trip to Miami Beach to experience the work of the New World Symphony, an orchestral academy for talented young musicians led by artistic director Michael Tilson Thomas.

By Philip Campbell | May 4, 2018

Genre-crossing, border-lifting, barnstorming Kronos Quartet is well into middle age now, morphing over the years from progressive string quartet to internationally recognized arts institution.


By Roberto Friedman | May 2, 2018

With the world going digital all around us, sometimes Out There loves to return to antique technologies, to doing things "the old way" like borrowing CDs from the San Francisco Public Library.

By Tim Pfaff | April 25, 2018

Diversity and representation are banging on the doors of the world's concert halls and operas houses in ways those institutions ignore at their peril.


By Philip Campbell | April 25, 2018

Two weeks of concerts by the San Francisco Symphony at Davies Symphony Hall have included the Orchestra debut of British conductor Daniel Harding and the return of old favorite Yan Pascal Tortelier, in to replace previously scheduled Charles Dutoit.

By Jim Gladstone | April 20, 2018

Annaleigh Ashford returns to SF later this month to perform her critically acclaimed solo act as part of Bay Area Cabaret's "Venetian Evenings" series at the Fairmont hotel.


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