Ken Bullock

Ken Bullock grew up in and around the diverse music scene of the Bay Area. He has been affiliated with Theatre of Yugen (Noh and Kyogen) since 1980, and writes about the performing arts for and The Commuter Times and Mark Alburger's magazine 21st Century Music.

Articles By This Author

Ken Bullock - July 30, 2012

Arlene Sagan, music director emeritus of the 180-plus voice Berkeley Community Chorus and Orchestra, passed away at age 84.

Ken Bullock - May 9, 2012

The choral ensemble Cantare Con Vivo and instrumental quartet Quijeremá unite communities in an entertaining, multicultural concert.

Ken Bullock - February 22, 2012

A beloved opera gets manga-nized and reinvented, as a “fantasia on a theme by Mozart.”

Ken Bullock - November 28, 2011

An innovative ensemble gives wide latitude to a range of composers in its upcoming recital.

Ken Bullock - October 26, 2011

A respected church music director is being celebrated for his six decades of excellence and inspiration.

Ken Bullock - October 12, 2011

The radical, sometimes wacky, music of composer/pianist John Cage receives a hearing on the Stanford campus.

Ken Bullock - October 4, 2011

Hoping to lure new ticket buyers and expose fans to the range of events it offers, Cal Performances’ free arts festival showcases a wide variety of Bay Area arts groups.

Ken Bullock - July 22, 2011

Frank Loesser’s delightful musical The Most Happy Fella, headed for the Lesher Center, mixes genres with its wide variety of memorable songs.

Ken Bullock - July 5, 2011

Jazz plus a taste of the Middle East at the Carmel Bach Festival? You betcha, says the protean pianist/composer/conductor Stephen Prutsman.

Ken Bullock - June 24, 2011

The stage director/choreographer strives to get his singers to embody their roles, so the audience can sense that their story is alive and present onstage.