Chancellor Gary S. May’s love for Star Trek runs deep. In anticipation of his upcoming Chancellor’s Colloquium with William Shatner on May 11, we’ve compiled a few of the many articles in circulation that demonstrate Chancellor May’s devotion to the series and explain how Chancellor May uses lessons from the series as inspiration for how he leads.
This season, the Mondavi Center is thrilled to present year two of our three-year series of performances with pianist Vladimir Feltsman.
Last week the Mondavi Center welcomed Ballet Preljocaj back for their first performance in Jackson Hall since 2012, performing La Fresque. It was a different kind of dance show for the Production Department because there were some unusual technical elements. Here's a rundown of some of the equipment we used for La Fresque at the Mondavi Center by the numbers, technically.
Mondavi Center Executive Director Don Roth shares his thoughts on our upcoming screening of In the Fade the final event in our "Focus on Film" series for the 18-19 Season.
Fred Hersch sent us a video telling us about his upcoming series of performances at the Mondavi Center, April 10-13, 2019.
What is “jazz”?
And why is it important?
Read on for thoughts on this seemingly unanswerable question published in our Gateway magazine.
As we prepare to welcome Storm Large & Le Bonheur to the Mondavi Center stage, we thought we'd share this interesting interview that DC Metro Theatre Arts did with Storm Large recently.
"If you are like me when it comes to certain orchestras, such as the one we have the pleasure of hearing on April 6, you may ask yourself: How does something earn the title of 'royal'?" UC Davis musicology Ph.D. student Jonathan Minnick shares a history lesson about how ensembles earn this special designation.