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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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Joyce DiDonato brings ethereal, earthly ‘EDEN’ performance to Zellerbach Hall

To call “EDEN” simply a rendition of DiDonato’s own album is imprecise — this is because, among other things, “EDEN” is an experience of creation, education and music, culminating into a performance that transcends both time and place.

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Waterhouse’s sold-out show at August Hall marked the second leg of her first ever headline tour, following her time as the opening act for Father John Misty last year.
Waterhouse’s sold-out show at August Hall marked the second leg of her first ever headline tour, following her time as the opening act for Father John Misty last year.
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Whether “Flowers” sets the tone for Cyrus’ upcoming eighth studio album or acts as a brief disco detour, the new single exemplifies her genre-bending savvy.
Whether “Flowers” sets the tone for Cyrus’ upcoming eighth studio album or acts as a brief disco detour, the new single exemplifies her genre-bending savvy.
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The SF Symphony’s performance on Jan. 7 astonished as a special extension of “Jurassic Park,” a live version of a behind the scenes experience.
The SF Symphony’s performance on Jan. 7 astonished as a special extension of “Jurassic Park,” a live version of a behind the scenes experience.
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To call “EDEN” simply a rendition of DiDonato’s own album is imprecise — this is because, among other things, “EDEN” is an experience of creation, education and music, culminating into a performance that transcends both time and place.
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To call “EDEN” simply a rendition of DiDonato’s own album is imprecise — this is because, among other things, “EDEN” is an experience of creation, education and music, culminating into a performance that transcends both time and place.
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Waterhouse’s sold-out show at August Hall marked the second leg of her first ever headline tour, following her time as the opening act for Father John Misty last year.
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Waterhouse’s sold-out show at August Hall marked the second leg of her first ever headline tour, following her time as the opening act for Father John Misty last year.
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Whether “Flowers” sets the tone for Cyrus’ upcoming eighth studio album or acts as a brief disco detour, the new single exemplifies her genre-bending savvy.
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Whether “Flowers” sets the tone for Cyrus’ upcoming eighth studio album or acts as a brief disco detour, the new single exemplifies her genre-bending savvy.
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The SF Symphony’s performance on Jan. 7 astonished as a special extension of “Jurassic Park,” a live version of a behind the scenes experience.
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The SF Symphony’s performance on Jan. 7 astonished as a special extension of “Jurassic Park,” a live version of a behind the scenes experience.
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Weezer’s 10th EP, SZNZ: Winter, takes listeners on a seven-song journey of despair, sadness and longing.
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Weezer’s 10th EP, SZNZ: Winter, takes listeners on a seven-song journey of despair, sadness and longing.
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SZA’s interior battle feels decidedly of the moment, inflected by the murkiness of casual sex, the imperative for baseline levels of connection in a world where there seems to be a drought.
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SZA’s interior battle feels decidedly of the moment, inflected by the murkiness of casual sex, the imperative for baseline levels of connection in a world where there seems to be a drought.
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The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus performed its annual Holiday Spectacular on Dec. 11, bringing warmth and joy to the eager audience.
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The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus performed its annual Holiday Spectacular on Dec. 11, bringing warmth and joy to the eager audience.
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One simply cannot get bored watching Pillsbury on stage. Whether it’s his goofy dance moves or his bizarre habit of woofing at the crowd, he knows how to keep fans, their parents and their partners consistently amused. 
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One simply cannot get bored watching Pillsbury on stage. Whether it’s his goofy dance moves or his bizarre habit of woofing at the crowd, he knows how to keep fans, their parents and their partners consistently amused. 
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Beneath the Rickshaw Stop’s sparkling string lights and shimmering disco ball, indie pop artist Wallice opened her Dec. 8 show with a bubbly sweetness that perfectly paralleled the coziness of the venue.
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Beneath the Rickshaw Stop’s sparkling string lights and shimmering disco ball, indie pop artist Wallice opened her Dec. 8 show with a bubbly sweetness that perfectly paralleled the coziness of the venue.
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Del Rey’s ninth studio album is one to look forward to, and “Ocean Blvd” is a satisfying treat to have on repeat until then.
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Del Rey’s ninth studio album is one to look forward to, and “Ocean Blvd” is a satisfying treat to have on repeat until then.
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