Ballet, the opera and now blue notes.
San Francisco is poised to add to its status as a world-class mecca for the performing arts next week when the $60 million SFJAZZ center in Hayes Valley opens on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
With the nearby Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco Ballet, Herbst Theater and War Memorial Auditorium, the formerly moribund area near Civic Center is now a culture center unrivaled on the West Coast, according to Len Auerbach, the consultant responsible for the center’s acoustics.
The City would slash more than $100,000 of planned improvements around the Hayes Valley neighborhood if the impact fee for a new nonprofit development is waived. Read More
A hulking 800-person jazz performance center that’s planned in the Hayes Valley neighborhood could have its construction plans approved on Thursday. Read More