Articles by Steve & Suzanne Cooper

SF Symphony Review – Meeting with Russians

SF Symphony Review – Meeting with Russians When Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony programmed the pieces for this week’s performances, they could not have known that Russians would be front and center in the news

Cinequest 2017 Review - The Perfect Film Festival

Cinequest 2017 Review - The Perfect Film Festival This year’s award-winning Cinequest Film & VR Festival 2017 runs from February 28th through March 12th

SF Playhouse: City of Angels Review - Film Noir, Live and in 3D

SF Playhouse: City of Angels Review - Film Noir, Live and in 3D City of Angels returns to San Francisco after a 25 year absence, thanks to the San Francisco Playhouse and its Artistic Director, Bill English

Madama Butterfly Review - West Bay Opera's Innovative Take on Puccini’s Classic Tale

Madama Butterfly Review - West Bay Opera's Innovative Take on Puccini’s Classic Tale West Bay Opera once again proves that an exciting, world-class opera can be experienced on the Peninsula, in a cozy theater and at affordable prices. This production, the final opera of their 60th season, is Giacomo Puccini's Madama Butterfly

San Francisco Opera's The Magic Flute Review – Magic Re-imagined

San Francisco Opera's The Magic Flute Review – Magic Re-imagined San Francisco Opera's staging of The Magic Flute, a revival of their 2012 production, returns this season for another glorious run

San Francisco Opera Sweeney Todd Review – A Bloody Good Show

San Francisco Opera Sweeney Todd Review – A Bloody Good Show A highlight of San Francisco Opera’s 2015-2016 season is Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd, playing through September 29 at the War Memorial Opera House

Faust Review – West Bay Opera’s Futuristic Take on a Classic

Faust Review – West Bay Opera’s Futuristic Take on a Classic The West Bay Opera wrapped up its current season this weekend with an ambitious production of Charles Gounod’s Faust at the Lucie Stern Theatre in Palo Alto

Abduction Review – West Bay Opera’s Valentine Gift to the Peninsula

Abduction Review – West Bay Opera’s Valentine Gift to the Peninsula Despite having lived on the Peninsula for decades and being opera aficionados, we must admit that prior to last evening, we had never attended a performance of West Bay Opera

Les Contes d’Hoffmann at MET: HD Review – The Love Life of a Poet

Les Contes d’Hoffmann at MET: HD Review – The Love Life of a Poet No matter where you live in the U.S. or in over 60 countries around the world, odds are that ten times per year, you are only a few miles from Lincoln Center

Hick: A Love Story Review – Eleanor Roosevelt’s Untold Story

Hick: A Love Story Review – Eleanor Roosevelt’s Untold Story Hick: A Love Story is the true story of the romance between Lorena Hickok, the first woman journalist to get a by-line in the New York Times, and first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, one of the most important women of the 20th century

San Francisco Opera Susannah Review - American Opera at its Finest

San Francisco Opera Susannah Review - American Opera at its Finest San Francisco Opera’s production of Susannah, by American composer Carlisle Floyd, is a contemporary opera set in Tennessee and sung in English, touching on topics such as religion, feminism, innocence, and ostracism

The Bay Brass Review - Blowing the Dome Off Stanford's Memorial Church

The Bay Brass Review - Blowing the Dome Off Stanford's Memorial Church On July 14, 2014, we attended A Festival Concert: The Art of Sound, featuring the Bay Brass, in their 11th annual appearance with the Summer Brass Institute at Stanford University’s Memorial Church

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