Pending the pandemic, look for in-person performances at the Spieker Center, with livestreams for each program, too.
The guaranteed-income pilot program will underwrite 130 grants for underrepresented artists. Deadline for application is April 15.
The blended season of virtual and live, socially distanced performances celebrates music inspired by themes of love and longing.
The grants aim to anchor an art scene under siege by gentrification, displacement, and the pandemic.
Terri and Jerry Kohl’s gift is one of the largest in the company’s history and helps underwrite a first-ever production of Oedipus Rex, among other things.
A full 14-week season is in preparation, along with the necessary safety protocols.
The drive-in performances at the Marin Center in San Rafael are created especially for the new venue.
As control of the pandemic improves, more California counties are moving into the less-restrictive Orange tier. What does this mean for live performances in the coming months?
A world-premiere streaming series featuring mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard is in production, along with an array of the cool and unusual.
“REAL Berkeley” will highlight the city’s cultural scenes and diversity.