The smorgasbord dance extravaganza celebrates its 40th anniversary in July.
The conceptual artist died in 2015, but a trust ensures that her works find currency and collaboration with contemporary artists.
The California composer addresses headline topics with latter-day lieder imbued with classical, jazz, and rock influences.
Laura Kaminsky's Today It Rains explores the artist's transformational journey to New Mexico.
The legendary tenor sax and flute player performs with an all-star ensemble at the Healdsburg Jazz Festival in June.
Ensembles from around the globe honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with an exuberant mix of performance arts and politics.
It’s a band that can go from blues to Bach and back to bluegrass and folk. And the audience is growing.
The singer-songwriter brings the music of her latest album to Berkeley’s Freight and Salvage.
The new-music festival celebrates 20 years with their usual range of unusual music and fresh ideas.
Malian griot, Egyptian chaabi, dan bau, rock 'n' roll, sound artists - and one very unusual string quartet.