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Tagged with: SF Symphony

Soprano Julia Bullock finds ‘History’s Persistent Voice’ in records of formerly enslaved

At SF Symphony, the singer performs a collection of historical words set to new music by Black women composers

Arts Forecast: MoAD reopens with ravishing new shows

Plus: Soundbox returns, Bauhaus typography, Charlie Brown Christmas Tribute, Jackie Beat, more.

Merry mess: Our guide to local holiday happenings

December outings for you and crew—including transcendent holiday ballet, tinsel-topped drag queens, and ugly sweater bar crawls.

Arts Forecast: Pop-Up Magazine pops back up, more

Nachos Fest, Lady Bunny, Fleetmac Wood, SF Symphony Día de los Muertos, Go Bang! and so much more to do.

Arts Forecast: Folsom MEGAHOOD Fair plays safely naughty, Litquake erupts in verbiage

Plus: Whiskies of the World, The Bad Plus, Public Works' 10-Year, "Bacchae Before," more upcoming events.

Arts Forecast: The show goes on!

Juneteenth in-person and online, plus 'Manifesto,' the Symphony returns, 'Genderation,' Queer Visions, more. Breathe in!

Arts Forecast: A power-packed Hip-Hop Dancefest, Britex sign returns, more

Viral Dwellings, Crazy Funny Asians, Drive-In "La Bohéme," Legends of the Rave, Native American Drag Queen Story Hour... lots to do!

SF Symphony dives into diverse local sounds with online ‘Currents’

"Music isn't just about an end result. It's about what people do and how people come into things," conductor Michael Morgan told me over...

Screen Grabs: Welcome to Jewish Film Fest’s online ‘Cinegogue’

Four months into the COVID crisis (with no end in sight yet), many film festivals and organizations have had time to come up with...

Arts Forecast: How Weird (that everything is virtual now)

As we move farther toward festival season, it's really dawning that our hugest events will take place on our screens. It's not like we...