Elizabeth Cook speaks with S.F. Symphony's principal bass Scott Pingel before the organization resumes live performances. (5-6-21)

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San Francisco Symphony Resumes Live PerformancesElizabeth Cook speaks with S.F. Symphony's principal bass Scott Pingel before the organization resumes live performances. (5-6-21)
San Francisco Opera Performs a Drive-In 'Barber of Seville' at Marin CenterSixteen months ago, the San Francisco Opera closed their curtains. Friday night was the company's first performance in front of a live audience since December 2019 but that audience stayed safely and comfortably in their cars. Andrea Nakano reports. (4-23-21)
Bay Area Artists 'Bring Home' Grammy GoldBetty Yu reports on the Grammys and how Bay Area artists like Fantastic Negrito and H.E.R. scored trophies Sunday night (3-15-2021)
Pandemic Precautions Mean Grammy Awards 2021 Will Be Like No OtherPerformers who, this year, include Harry Styles, Cardi B and Taylor Swift are spread between four separate stages in an isolated hall to keep collaborating artists apart. Elizabeth Cook reports. (3-13-21)
Women Artists Set to Make Grammy Awards HistoryFor the first time, every nominee in the best rock categories is a woman or a group fronted by a woman. (3-13-21)
Grammy Awards: Bay Area NomineesKen Bastida takes a look at the many Bay Area artists nominated for a Grammy Award this Sunday on KPIX. (3-12-21)
The Grammys Take On Different Look Amid PandemicChris Martinez reports on how the coronavirus pandemic is changing the presentation of the 63rd Grammy Awards show (3-12-2021)
Grammy Awards: Bay Area Man Nominated for Album of the YearJulian-Quán Việt Lê. who teaches at his family's Milpitas music school. co-produced, mixed and wrote a number of songs for an album nominated for a Grammy Award. Kiet Do reports from Milpitas. (3-11-21)
Santa Cruz Guitar Maker Recalls Fateful Collaboration With Late Bluegrass LegendKPIX 5's Wilson Walker explains how late bluegrass guitar player Tony Rice helped put one Bay Area business on the map for musicians worldwide. (1-1-21)
Beating the COVID Blues, Bay Area Musicians Tour Neighborhood DrivewaysSome top-flight Bay Area musicians who can't tour the country and world during the pandemic have been touring local driveways instead. Sharon Chin reports. (12-25-20)
SF Dancer Creates International Virtual NutcrackerAfter live performances of The Nutcracker ballet were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, a San Francisco dancer created a way to keep them going virtually. Susie Steimle reports. (12-24-20)
Charley Pride, Country Music Superstar, Dies at 86Charley Pride, the first Black member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, has died. (12-12-20)
San Francisco Opera Moves Costume Sale OnlineFor the first time ever virtually the San Francisco Opera hosted an online costume sale to benefit the cast and crew of the War Memorial Opera House. John Ramos reports. (11-14-20)
25 Years After Jerry Garcia's Death, Grateful Dead Fan Base Endures, ExpandsJerry Garcia’s death might have felt like the end of the story for Deadheads in 1995 but it has not worked out that way. Wilson Walker reports. (8-8-20)
Drive-In Concerts Extend Entertainment Options at Alameda County FairgroundsThe Alameda County Fairgrounds is doubling down on the drive-up entertainment model this summer. Devin Fehely reports. (8-7-20)
Mountain View High School Music Teacher Wrestles Tech to Keep Choir in SyncTake a listen to the Madrigals, one of five Mountain View High School choirs that continue to practice after the shelter-in-place closed their campus in March. Sharon Chin reports. (5-17-20)
Members Of Bay Area Metal Band Death Angel Recall Battle to Survive COVID-19Death Angel drummer Will Carroll was in a coma for days and tells KPIX 5's Betty Yu he thought he was dead and could see the face of the devil. (4-19-20)
Italy Coronavirus Outbreak Nixes Tour Plan for Bay Area Rock ViolinistYoko Miyakawa plays violin in a heavy-metal rock band Flesh God Apocalypse whose Italian tour dates have been postoned. Don Ford reports. (3-12-20)
San Francisco Native Johnny Mathis Brings New Tour to Bay AreaWhat were the chances Johnny Mathis would still be touring 64 years after recording his first album? Sharon Chin reports. (2-28-20)
High School Marching Band in San Jose Invited to London New Year ParadeThe marching band and color guard from San Jose's Independence High School will be packing up their instruments and heading across the pond to London for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Mark Sayre explains. (2-8-20)
KPIX 5's Betty Yu At The Grammys; Los Angeles Mourns Death Of Kobe BryantKPIX 5's Betty Yu talks with mourning Kobe Bryant fans outside the Staples Center
BETTY YU AT GRAMMYS: Music Industry Greats Mourn The Death Of NBA Great Kobe BryantMusic Industry Greats Mourn The Death Of NBA Great Kobe Bryant
Music Stars At Grammys Honor Kobe Bryant In 'The House He Built'At Staples Center, the atmosphere at the Grammy Awards was subdued, tempered by the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna and seven others in a fatal helicopter crash on Sunday. Betty Yu reports. (1-27-2020)
Celebrities At Grammys Mourn MambaCelebrities had heavy hearts as they walked down the red carpet of the 62nd Annual GRAMMY awards. KPIX's Betty Yu talks with Billy Ray Cyrus, Keith Urban, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti and Smokey Robinson about the passing of Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna. They were among 9 people who died in a helicopter crash Sunday in Calabasas. (1-26-2020)

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