The Hausmann Quartet opened its second season of string quartet concerts–the Haydn Voyages–on January 22 on the Berkeley ferryboat in San Diego Harbor . . .
Friday’s (January 20) exciting San Diego Symphony concert titled LA/NY offered major works by Aaron Copland and John Adams on similar noir themes . . .
Master pianist and thespian Hershey Felder opened his latest composer incarnation, “Our Great Tchaikovsky” at the San Diego Repertory Theatre. A splendid mix of sumptuous music, well-researched history and even a dash of controversial contemporary politics . . .
In the best of all possible worlds, the Mingei International Museum not only provides performance space for the Camarada chamber ensemble, but also…
Most science fiction narratives revolve around plots and events that have never occurred, or been imagined, prior to that point in time. Part of the fun of these tales is that storytellers come up with creative and fantastic scenarios.
The French Revolution, and the years before it, inundated the world with news of dire consequences in a particularly failed monarchy. Christopher Hampton’s ‘Les Liaisons dangereuses’ had every opportunity to exploit the revolution in the interest of character development — and somehow, Hampton abandoned its every notion in this nonetheless well-mounted drama.