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The Carmel Bach Festival begins its 2014 celebration

The Carmel Bach Festival begins its 2014 celebration

21 Jul 2014
Do you like classical music? Then you're going to like this. The 2014 Carmel Bach Festival is about to begin - and it may provide the most comprehensive selection of events that it has ever offered.  The Bach Festival began 77 years ago, when it only ran for four days. Now, it runs for more than two weeks every year - and encompasses conc Read More
Get ready for the Fillmore Jazz Festival

Get ready for the Fillmore Jazz Festival

30 Jun 2014
Do you live in some of San Francisco's luxury real estate ? If so, you're probably well used to parades lining their way up and down your streets - the area is perhaps most famous for its vigor and pride, and residents love to display that out on the streets any chance they get. Another opportunity is coming up to do so: following the 4th Read More
Four Greenwich musicians to perform pieces from the classical canon

A special performance of the San Francisco Symphony to be held this weekend

17 Jun 2014
For music lovers and audiophiles of all kinds, the west coast offers few attractions as tantalizing as the San Francisco Symphony. Now over 100 years old, the organization has been providing the denizens of San Francisco with world-class orchestral performances decade after decade. Having won some of the world's most prestigious recording Read More
Few days remain for 2014 San Francisco Decorator Showcase

Few days remain for 2014 San Francisco Decorator Showcase

14 May 2014
While San Francisco may be best known as the location of many new startups and technology companies these days, it has traditionally been recognized for its exquisite architecture and focus on upscale design. California's favorable weather has long allowed construction professionals to incorporate a diverse range of styles into the metropolita Read More
2014 San Francisco Flower & Garden Show to be held mid-March

2014 San Francisco Flower & Garden Show to be held mid-March

12 Feb 2014
In addition to providing winemakers with the optimal conditions to grow many different kinds of grapes, the favorable weather patterns and picturesque scenery commonly found within California are conducive to propagating exquisite flowers and plants. One of the Golden State's regions most known for its manicured gardens is the Bay Ar Read More
Zinfandel enthusiasts flock to Bay Area for upcoming festival

Zinfandel enthusiasts flock to Bay Area for upcoming festival

21 Jan 2014
High-end wineries and sprawling vineyards have long been located up and down California's coastline, producing some of the finest grapes for white and red blends found across the country - and world. Accordingly, the Golden State has become a premier destination for oenophiles seeking the opportunity to not only taste exclusive wines, but lear Read More
2013 America's Cup heats up in San Francisco Bay

2013 America's Cup heats up in San Francisco Bay

24 Sep 2013
The City by the Bay is not only known for its vibrant culture, intricate architecture and Pacific coastline, but also for the many sporting events that take place in the area. Aside from the city's professional football team, there was stiff competition in the air during the weekend of September 22, as the battle for the 2013 America' Read More
Through a glass slipper darkly: San Francisco Ballet's new Cinderella

Through a glass slipper darkly: San Francisco Ballet's new Cinderella

23 Apr 2013
Few stories have been told (and re-told) more often than Cinderella. The classic fairytale has been the subject of books, movies, musicals and more, but a recent ballet production has been earning acclaim as one of the most innovative retellings in recent years. The joint Dutch National Ballet-San Francisco Ballet production is coming to Read More
Berkeley professor to perform Bach's last work

Berkeley professor to perform Bach's last work

26 Mar 2013
Davitt Moroney has had a long and storied career interpreting Bach, and he is widely considered one of the country's leading performers of the legendary composer's most complicated work. Moroney splits his time between teaching music at UC Berkeley and performing around the country. He will be playing a widely anticipated show right i Read More

"Girl with a Pearl Earring" and other Dutch masterpieces come to San Francisco

8 Feb 2013
Legendary works from several Dutch masters are coming to America as part of a traveling exhibit, and their first stop is at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. The show - "Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis" - has already been heralded as one of the finest exhibitions to hit the states this season. The exhibition, wh Read More