Spanish pianist Marta Sánchez makes her East Bay debut Saturday at the California Jazz Conservatory with a quintet featuring three Berkeley High Jazz Ensemble alumni.
Two decades after the release of his solo album, the 1998 cult favorite 'Jubilee,' the mandolinist and vocalist is leading a gig under his own name.
One year after the Ghost Ship disaster, Awesöme Orchestra presents the official premiere of the first movement of flutist Arturo Rodriguez's 'Requiem.' Plus: more recommended gigs.
Blues combo HowellDevine celebrate the release of their new album "Howl" Wednesday in Berkeley.
Janam, who perform Saturday, have honed an intoxicating blend of Balkan rhythms, Near Eastern modes and Appalachian roots music. Also to see: two of the finest saxophonists around.
No living musician has done more to pave the way for the Latin American musicians who’ve transformed every corner of the jazz scene than Eddie Palmieri, who plays Berkeley Tuesday.
The first biography of the man who played a key role in founding the Vietnam Day Committee, among other things, tells the story of an essential, but strangely overlooked activist.
Friday’s double bill at the CJC features trumpeter Ian Carey and guitarist Nathan Clevenger, both local, both eloquent improvisers. Also: BrasArte presents Sambrazil! Nov. 4-5.
For the next three months, the Israeli avant-pop star is in residence, exploring the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life’s trove of amulets. Also: other recommended gigs.
On Sunday at Freight & Salvage violinist Evan Price celebrates the release of Dialogues (Azica), a gorgeous project showcasing lithe lyricism and stylistic