As “Race for the Reef” becomes the first family concert in our Concert Library, Erin Jude discusses the SPCO’s partnership with master puppeteer Victor Yerrid.
While the logic that held women back in composition 100 years ago is patently false, systemic biases remain that prevent women from having equal opportunities in the world of classical music. The SPCO’s No Fiction Festival represents some of the work being done to realign those misplaced preferences and celebrate gender equality in music.
Artistic Director Kyu-Young Kim discusses how the SPCO celebrates tradition and change, seeking programming and musicians to reflect the diversity of our community.
Zachary Cohen discusses his enthusiasm for the viola da gamba, a 15th century ancestor of the modern double bass.
Violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja and composer Michael Hersch will discuss their creative process.
We’ve just added two recordings featuring Principal Cellist Julie Albers to our Listening Library.
Audience members often ask about the distinctive trumpets they see played for Classical era works on our programs. Trumpeter Lynn Erickson shares some of the …
The program featured Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and Peter Lieberson’s Neruda Songs with acclaimed mezzo-soprano Kelley O’Connor.