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Three diverse one-acts gave Merola’s singers a chance to strut their stuff.
The weeklong celebration of this uniquely American composer includes concerts, an audio installation, and a listening party.
Donald Pippin’s rhymed libretto in English brings the opera’s charming lyrics to the fore.
Special concerts and impromptu performances ring out on a dozen pianos festooning the garden.
The “Classical Style” concert focuses on chamber masterworks from Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven.
The eclectic singer, instrumentalist, and actor joins the S.F. Symphony for a diverse evening of American music.
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Confident performances abounded in the Merola Program’s Schwabacher Summer Concert.
Anthony Reed and John Parr tread the delicate line between power and intimacy.
The S.F. Symphony, with soloists Sasha Cooke, Nicholas Phan, and Luca Pisaroni, navigated the challenging work in the orchestra’s season finale.
Composer Joseph M. Columbo’s new opera challenges the conventional perceptions of the genre.