Watch the UC Berkeley Javanese Gamelan Ensemble as directed by Midiyanto. Tickets required.
Featuring a performance by the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble playing an original composition by John MacCallum. Followed by a panel discussion with John MacCallum, guest artist Anne Tait, and Thomas Laqueur, author of The Work of the Dead: A Cultural History of Mortal Remains.
Pianists James Lim, Jeremiah Trujillo, Michael Seth Orland, Jacqueline Chew and Karen Rosenak perform: FREDERIC RZEWSKI, North American Ballads, DON BYRON Etudes
Songs that are limited to a music score or to notes on a page have very little life and meaning if they are not embodied in the hearts and bodies of the singers and listeners. Join us for an afternoon of “bodywork” in a celebration of gospel music.
Poetry from the Egyptian pharaohs, Lao Tsu, Chaucer, Hildegard of Bingen, Rinkart, Martin Luther King as re-imagined by composers of later millennia.
Trevor Weston discusses his recent work
EIC Founder Pierre Boulez is a formidable shaper of contemporary classical music. Now the EIC is in new hands with Matthias Pintscher at the helm. With music composed in EICs beginnings being included on their
Kaija Saariaho discusses her current views on a life in music, music composition, and upcoming projects, with violinist Jennifer Koh, and moderator Matias Tarnopolsky. Ms. Koh will perform Ms. Saariaho
Student musicians and members of the orchestra play excerpts with piano accompaniment for a chance to perform a concerto with the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra in spring semester, 2016