The No One’s Rose

Music, poetry, dance and theatre combine in The No One’s Rose—a new, multifaceted, genre-defying piece. PBO, in partnership with the American Modern Opera Company and Stanford Live, is heartened to bring...

The No One’s Rose

Music, poetry, dance and theatre combine in The No One’s Rose—a new, multifaceted, genre-defying piece. PBO, in partnership with the American Modern Opera Company and Stanford Live, is heartened to bring...

The No One’s Rose

Music, poetry, dance and theatre combine in The No One’s Rose—a new, multifaceted, genre-defying piece. PBO, in partnership with the American Modern Opera Company and Stanford Live, is heartened to bring...

Schumann’s Reawakened Masterpieces

We return to live performance in grand style, with music from one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era, and finally welcome Music Director Richard Egarr for his first...

Schumann’s Reawakened Masterpieces

We return to live performance in grand style, with music from one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era, and finally welcome Music Director Richard Egarr for his first...

Schumann’s Reawakened Masterpieces

We return to live performance in grand style, with music from one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era, and finally welcome Music Director Richard Egarr for his first...

Schumann’s Reawakened Masterpieces

We return to live performance in grand style, with music from one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era, and finally welcome Music Director Richard Egarr for his first...

Something Old, Something New, Something Mad

A thrilling potpourri of baroque, classical and modern sounds make up this program, featuring conductor Jonathan Cohen, cellist Keiran Campbell, and a world premiere by Australian composer Paul Stanhope.

Handel’s Biblical Heroes & Villains

Drawing from Handel’s popular renditions of biblical narratives in the historically ubiquitous format of the oratorio—somewhere between off-stage opera and a secular meditation on the role of the Bible in...

Something Old, Something New, Something Mad

A thrilling potpourri of baroque, classical and modern sounds make up this program, featuring conductor Jonathan Cohen, cellist Keiran Campbell, and a world premiere by Australian composer Paul Stanhope.

Something Old, Something New, Something Mad

A thrilling potpourri of baroque, classical and modern sounds make up this program, featuring conductor Jonathan Cohen, cellist Keiran Campbell, and a world premiere by Australian composer Paul Stanhope.

Something Old, Something New, Something Mad

A thrilling potpourri of baroque, classical and modern sounds make up this program, featuring conductor Jonathan Cohen, cellist Keiran Campbell, and a world premiere by Australian composer Paul Stanhope.

Bach’s Christmas Oratorio

The perfect start to the holiday season, Bach’s Christmas Oratorio combines the drama of an oratorio with the religiosity of a cantata, resulting in a piece of astonishingly vivid musical color and...

Bach’s Christmas Oratorio

The perfect start to the holiday season, Bach’s Christmas Oratorio combines the drama of an oratorio with the religiosity of a cantata, resulting in a piece of astonishingly vivid musical color and...

Bach’s Christmas Oratorio

The perfect start to the holiday season, Bach’s Christmas Oratorio combines the drama of an oratorio with the religiosity of a cantata, resulting in a piece of astonishingly vivid musical color and...

Bach’s Christmas Oratorio

The perfect start to the holiday season, Bach’s Christmas Oratorio combines the drama of an oratorio with the religiosity of a cantata, resulting in a piece of astonishingly vivid musical color and...

Bach’s Mass in B Minor

Bach’s B Minor Mass is one of the towering achievements of the Baroque, and indeed of all classical music. It is the summation of Bach’s creative output, but likely never...

This is Richard – a Celebration Gala

Bach’s B Minor Mass is one of the towering achievements of the Baroque, and indeed of all classical music. It is the summation of Bach’s creative output, but likely never...

Bach’s Mass in B Minor

Bach’s B Minor Mass is one of the towering achievements of the Baroque, and indeed of all classical music. It is the summation of Bach’s creative output, but likely never...

Mozart the Radical

Mozart was a composer who loved to test boundaries, and in his Symphony No. 38 you hear him pushing the orchestra of the day to the limit, expanding the horizons...

Mozart the Radical

Mozart was a composer who loved to test boundaries, and in his Symphony No. 38 you hear him pushing the orchestra of the day to the limit, expanding the horizons...

Mozart the Radical

Mozart was a composer who loved to test boundaries, and in his Symphony No. 38 you hear him pushing the orchestra of the day to the limit, expanding the horizons...

Mozart the Radical

Mozart was a composer who loved to test boundaries, and in his Symphony No. 38 you hear him pushing the orchestra of the day to the limit, expanding the horizons...

A Meetup with Davóne

Creative Partner Davóne Tines will curate and perform in a dynamic program that highlights members of the Orchestra, Chorale and special guest artists. Davóne will also “feature” the audience—to be...

Cantorial (Re)Volutions

Star countertenor Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen, San Francisco’s Temple Emanu-El Cantor Emeritus Roslyn Barak, and others will join Francesco in an evening of song and dialogue, exploring synagogue repertoires—ancient, old, and...

From Versailles to the English Court

England and France might be separated by just 20 miles of water, but their musical traditions are utterly distinct, and never more so than during the Baroque era, as demonstrated...

From Versailles to the English Court

England and France might be separated by just 20 miles of water, but their musical traditions are utterly distinct, and never more so than during the Baroque era, as demonstrated...

From Versailles to the English Court

England and France might be separated by just 20 miles of water, but their musical traditions are utterly distinct, and never more so than during the Baroque era, as demonstrated...