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Laurie Anderson shares SFJAZZ stage

Laurie Anderson shares SFJAZZ stage

By Roberto Friedman

Performance artist Laurie Anderson has changed so much over the years and into her mature work.

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By Philip Campbell | January 28, 2020

Say hello to 2020 with "Beethoven250," virtuosic guest soloists, a new co-commissioned work, and World and SFS Premieres.

By Philip Campbell | January 22, 2020

A first look at the San Francisco Opera's 2020-21 season announcement is predictably exciting. There are some bold and baffling surprises, but the reasons are smart and balanced.


By Roberto Friedman | January 21, 2020

Music director Jessica Bejarano, a lesbian Latina, is the founder and conductor of a new ensemble, the San Francisco Philharmonic. Their first concert comes up on Feb. 3 at the Wilsey Center in San Francisco.

By Tim Pfaff | January 21, 2020

It's been a very good year for French opera and vocal music on recordings.


By Brian Bromberger | January 14, 2020

Directed by gay filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, "Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice" is not a standard bio-pic but more a celebratory portrait of the artist.

By Philip Campbell | January 7, 2020

Celebrations of Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th birthday start Jan. 16-18 with MTT conducting Piano Concerto No. 2 featuring soloist Emanuel Ax.


By Philip Campbell | December 30, 2019

As we head into the new year, thoughts turn to Bay Area musical groups, leaders, and performers who manage to survive against the odds.

By Philip Campbell | December 23, 2019

Swedish mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter and American soprano Dawn Upshaw are treasured singers with enduring careers


By Tim Pfaff | December 23, 2019

My love of historical recordings doesn't blind me to the fact that we live in a golden age of music-making now, and that it is preserved at a higher rate than ever.

By Gregg Shapiro | December 17, 2019

Look out, Mariah Carey! Randy Rainbow has released a Christmas album that rivals yours: "Hey Gurl, It's Christmas."


By Roberto Friedman | December 17, 2019

The best thing about the new Go-Go's-songs musical comedy "Head Over Heels," now playing the New Conservatory Theatre Center, is that it isn't a jukebox musical at all.

By Brian Bromberger | December 17, 2019

For many in the Bay Area, the holiday season doesn't really start until they've attended the annual Chanticleer Christmas concert.


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