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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Joined onstage by Sey and MettaShiba, singer Tirzah Mastin crafted a layered meditation of inconceivable depth.
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Joined onstage by Sey and MettaShiba, singer Tirzah Mastin crafted a layered meditation of inconceivable depth.
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When the Symphony has the opportunity to play with a full orchestra, Davies’ cavernous hall turns into a cornucopia, offering a multi-course meal of sound and texture galore.
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When the Symphony has the opportunity to play with a full orchestra, Davies’ cavernous hall turns into a cornucopia, offering a multi-course meal of sound and texture galore.
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The evening’s pairings of two Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart pieces with a famed Joseph Haydn symphony seemed awfully formal, but the San Francisco Symphony kept humor in its arsenal — revealing plenty of secrets from up its starched sleeves.
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The evening’s pairings of two Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart pieces with a famed Joseph Haydn symphony seemed awfully formal, but the San Francisco Symphony kept humor in its arsenal — revealing plenty of secrets from up its starched sleeves.
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Booked and busy from May 7 to 8, readers treated themselves and their shelves to this year’s eighth annual Bay Area Book Festival.
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Booked and busy from May 7 to 8, readers treated themselves and their shelves to this year’s eighth annual Bay Area Book Festival.
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Big Thief transported its Bay-Area-hailing fans to the wooden Catskills home recording studio where its past albums magically came into fruition.
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Big Thief transported its Bay-Area-hailing fans to the wooden Catskills home recording studio where its past albums magically came into fruition.
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Each of the program’s three pieces ran an impressive length, but under the guidance of conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen, the orchestra pulled off the feat with intricate execution.
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Each of the program’s three pieces ran an impressive length, but under the guidance of conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen, the orchestra pulled off the feat with intricate execution.
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Shane T, the stage name used by Shane Toriscelli, spoke to The Daily Californian in an interview taken from his new touring van he shares with indie-pop singer Ritt Momney.
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Shane T, the stage name used by Shane Toriscelli, spoke to The Daily Californian in an interview taken from his new touring van he shares with indie-pop singer Ritt Momney.
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Motzfeldt and Stolenberg pay special attention to visual narrative in their work, which could have been conveyed better than their stripped-back set design and relatively simple leotard costumes of their tour.
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Motzfeldt and Stolenberg pay special attention to visual narrative in their work, which could have been conveyed better than their stripped-back set design and relatively simple leotard costumes of their tour.
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In an interview with The Daily Californian, the young artist reflected on her success in the last year and enthusiastically looked to the final remaining leg of her first U.S. tour.
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In an interview with The Daily Californian, the young artist reflected on her success in the last year and enthusiastically looked to the final remaining leg of her first U.S. tour.
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A constellation of avante-garde artistry and important warnings about the abuse of nature’s delicate balance, Cornucopia burned awe and dread into the audience’s collective mind.
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A constellation of avante-garde artistry and important warnings about the abuse of nature’s delicate balance, Cornucopia burned awe and dread into the audience’s collective mind.
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