One of the world’s leading voices on the electric bass over the past three decades, the longtime Berkeley resident introduces a new ensemble Friday at the California Jazz Conservatory.
David Hirata has changed the name and says he deeply regrets the pain he has caused.
This week: A documentary about a scurrilous, hugely popular supermarket tabloid; an uneasy absurdist comedy; and 34 minutes of essential viewing for punks young and old.
In his one-man show, the writer, actor and director tells of growing up and getting wise, sometimes making it, sometimes not, as he works his way through showbiz from childhood to the present.
A new radio segment and podcast from two Berkeleyans digs out and exposes the hidden sexism in our daily life.
Don’t miss the hypnotic sound and movement of this powerhouse hula troupe from the Big Island at Zellerbach Hall, this Sunday at 3 p.m.
The bass clarinetist, and the collective trio he performs with, play the Back Room in Berkeley on Tuesday. Also recommended: Berkeley Festival of Choro and pianist Sarah Cahill.
Jay Nair and Ross Hammond make their Maybeck Recital Hall debut Sunday afternoon; and get a different taste of Ukraine with DahkaBrahka at the Freight.
“It’s a miracle that we have a film,” said the Frame of Mind founder on her Dalai Lama documentary.