The annual event, at Oakland’s First Congregational Church, explores an ancient art form with new-age energy.
Barbara Higbie, William Ackerman, and friends celebrate the longest night with forward-leaning acoustic music.
Mila traces the plight of a foreign domestic worker in the rapidly changing city.
Gravity-defying dancers celebrate the solstice in a Berkeley studio.
Reprise showings of Gay Chorus Deep South, a documentary featuring the chorus, are at the Roxie Theater, Nov. 22–27.
The intrepid revivalist opera company takes on Domenico Freschi’s 1680 comedy featuring a forward-leaning heroine.
Founder Micaya talks about the bounty of styles and messages coming from around the world Nov. 22–24.
Tres Hermanicas and Aquila are set to play a concert of music that bridges a traditional religious divide.
This dancemaker’s art is abstract but centered on ideas coming straight from the body.
The official state folk ensemble is renowned for its deep repertory, dramatic vocal techniques, and complex harmonies.