Dave Malloy’s ingenious a capella chamber opera about an internet addict support group pierces a stake into the heart of the net, song by glorious song.
Berkeley family’s 60-year saga — People’s Park, Heyday Books, Greek Theatre, leg lifts.
From ‘Dry Wood’ to ‘Blossoms of Fire,’ filmmaker’s documentaries capture golden moments of art and culture.
A Berkeley composer has been organizing hike-in covert concerts since 2018. Last weekend, blessed with city funding, he hosted Moonstruck’s first legal performance.
After two years lying low, Amendola hit the road for a brief tour. Now he’s back in the Bay Area fray, starting with a performance of his trio SticklerPhonics.
Winton’s songwriting ambitions remained dormant for decades, but he released his first album at age 66 and is now out with his second, ‘The Soul and the Shadow.’
Seven musical performances are scheduled at the Berkeley BART Plaza.
‘Just Like a Woman,’ an annual showcase for female artists launched in 2014, is back after a two-year hiatus this Sunday at Freight & Salvage.
Wolff’s autobiography, out this week, shows how music served as salvation for a precociously gifted pianist with undiagnosed Tourette’s Syndrome.
The 25-year-old California Jazz Conservancy is launching a major new concert series with help from energy bar maker JAMBAR.
Performances by Oakland Samba Revue, SambaDá, and others in Oakland and Berkeley highlight the region’s talent.
The children of the McDonalds, Santiagos, and de Leons each absorbed Berkeley values from their parents and expressed them in their own unique ways.