2012–2013 Season Video
- András Schiff plays Bach
- The Bad Plus perform And Now We Test Our Powers of Observation
- Russell Maliphant Company: Excerpt from AfterLight
- Takács Quartet plays Haydn String Quartet Op. 64, No. 5 in D Major “The Lark”
- Jean-Yves Thibaudet plays Chopin Nocturne Op.9, No. 2
- Quatuor Ebène plays Pulp Fiction—Misirlou
- Kate Royal: A Lesson in Love
- Pavel Haas Quartet in Rehearsal
- Marc-André Hamelin: Portrait of a Pianist & Composer
- Shin-ichi Fukuda plays L. Brouwer’s The Harp & The Shadow
- Le Jazz Hot plays I’ll See You In My Dreams
- Hilary Hahn plays Bach: Bourée (from Partita No. 3)
- Thomas Hampson Sings Schumann
- David Russell: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
- Anne-Sophie Mutter: The Recording of Tango, Song and Dance
- Vilde Frang: Strauss Sonata
- Jonathan Biss—Schumann Recital
- Elias Quartet perform Mendelssohn Op. 80
- Luciana Souza and Romero Lubambo play Brazilian Duos
- The Beijing Guitar Duo play Crab Walk from Maracaipe
- Martin Helmchen plays Liszt: Au Bord d’une Source
- Shantala Shivalingappa: Excerpt from Namasya
- Paula West performs Like a Rolling Stone with the George Mesterhazy Quartet
- Pepe Romero plays Leyenda
- Paul Taylor Dance Company: Excerpt from The Uncommitted
- Philip Glass at 75: La Belle et la Bête Overture
- Philip Glass at 75: Koyaanisqatsi Trailer
2011–2012 Season Video
- Simon Keenlyside performs An Die Geliebte
- Xuefei Yang plays Butterfly Lovers
- Excerpt from a film about Fred Hersch and My Coma Dreams
- Shantala Shivalingappa performs Shiva Ganga
- Marc-André Hamelin plays his own Étude No. 8
- Excerpt from Wayne McGregor | Random Dance’s Entity
- Alexander Melnikov on Shostakovich’s 24 Preludes and Fugues
- Brentano String Quartet's Fragments Project: An Introduction
- Musetta Aria from La Bohème by Karita Mattila & Iiro Rantala
- Eduardo Fernandez plays Concierto festivo By E.Cordero
- Christopher Maltman at the 2010 Salzburg Festival
- Zoran Dukić Plays Dušan Bogdanović's Six Balkan Miniatures
- Joshua Roman plays Rachmaninoff's Vocalise Op. 34 No. 14
- Leif Ove Andsnes Rehearses Stravinsky's Rite of Spring with Marc-André Hamelin
- Regina Carter’s “Reverse Thread” performs Zerapiky
- Batsheva—Excerpt from Max
- Video Profile of the Ébène Quartet
- Alisa Weilerstein and Lera Auerbach Perform Auerbach’s Sonata for Violoncello and Piano: Part 1
- Pierre-Laurent Aimard: Bach
- Ute Lemper Performs La Vie en Rose and Non, Je ne Regrette Rien
- Nareh Arghamanyan Plays at the Montreal International Musical Competition 2008
- Vijay Iyer Trio Live at KPLU: Human Nature
- Chris Thile Plays Bach's Prelude in E Major, Partita No. 3
- BBC Proms 2009: Mahler Kindertotenlieder—Matthias Goerne with the Gustav Mahler Jegendorchester and Jonathan Nott
- Jessica Rivera: A Career in Music
- Clip of Armitage Gone! Dance Performing Three Theories
- Steven Isserlis Plays Schumann at the 92nd Street Y
- Isabelle Faust and Alexander Melnikov Play Beethoven
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.