2014–2015 Season Video
- Christian Gerhaher/Gerold Huber
- Rafal Blechacz
- Hagen Quartet
- Sean Jones
- Dan Tepfer
- Beijing Guitar Duo
- Yuja Wang
- Alexander String Quartet/Robert Greenberg—Berkeley
- Le Jazz Hot
- The Romeros
- Garrick Ohlsson
- Gift Concert: Julia Bullock, soprano and Renate Rohlfing, piano
- Wendy Whelan
- Alexander String Quartet/Robert Greenberg—SF
- Marcus Roberts
- Anne Sofie von Otter/Angela Hewitt
- Lera Auerbach/Daniel Hope/Joshua Roman
- Kuok-Wai LIo
- Uri Caine
- Alisa Weilerstein
- András Schiff
- Philip Glass
- Lawrence Power
- Sasha Cooke/Julius Drake
- David Russell
- Takács Qyartet
- Leah Crocetto
- Elias Quartet
- Eliot Fisk
- Paul Taylor Dance Company
- Hilary Hahn/Cory Smythe
- Dubravka Tomsic
- Marcin Dylla
- Kronos Quartet
- Brentano Quartet with Vijay Iyer
- Stephen Hough
- Alice Coote/Julius Drake
San Francisco Perormances on KQED’s spark
A short video about San Francisco Performances in its 25th year, produced by KQED’s SPARK and originally aired on March 23, 2005.
A short video about Barbara Bonney’s Master Class, produced by KQED’s Spark and originally aired on May 24, 2006.
Other video clips
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San Francisco Performances' music historian-in-residence Robert Greenberg discusses Dmitri Shostakovich in this clip. Get more information on Greenberg's series with the Alexander String Quartet. Video provided courtesy of The Teaching Company.
Baritone Christopheren Nomura was formerly San Francisco Performances' vocal artist-in-residence. These video clips, taken from his March, 2003 visit to San Francisco, illustrate Chris' profound enthusiasm for the art song as well as his ability to engender interest in the art form amongst teenagers.
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Vibraphonist Stefon Harris was formerly San Francisco Performances' jazz artist-in-residence. These video clips, taken from his October, 2002 visit to San Francisco, illustrate his profound enthusiasm for jazz and his ability to uncover the potential for music-making within everyone.
One Night Stand: The Art of Presenting Classical Musical Recitals
Ruth Felt joins VoiceBox host Chloe Veltman for an exploration of the thrilling and complex process of bringing a star recitalist to perform in town.
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"One Night Stand: The Art of Presenting Classical Music Recitals" originally aired on KALW Friday, July 15, 2011.