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The fall 2017 season is full to bursting again. Here's a short list of big-ticket (and small-ticket) items for your consideration.
The intimate venue and well-chosen program prove a good match for the charming baritone in this inaugural matinee.
Amit Peled’s recital embraced the audience in a way that was genuinely intimate and unforced.
It would be a crime to miss this great cast in San Francisco Opera’s brilliant production.
The much-loved, much-seen show, with its opulent designs, opens the season with a lukewarm cast.
Smuin’s season opener features the lauded choreographer’s Requiem for a Rose.
Local composer Barry Phillips builds a sensitive score for Tal Skloot’s documentary about a wheelchair hiker who conquers a Sierra mountain pass.
The charming soprano sings the challenging title role in S.F. Opera’s Elektra
An extraordinary season at Sunset, Nick Di Scala connects, and a robot at the podium
The award-winning classical Indian vocalist is an unlikely pop star.
Four years off of a Cliburn Competition Bronze Medal, the pianist delves into unfamiliar material with confidence and insight.
The innovative company’s anachronistic La Circe is a zany take on a wild opera.
Exploring Memphis soul may turn off purists, but the jazz great channels this music with ease and power.
American Bach Soloists is training dozens of young artists in the discipline of early music performance just as the early music movement itself opens up.