In this third and final edition of his concert trilogy, Vladimir Feltsman shares the final act of a story he began telling at Mondavi Center in 2018. In this final program, titled “Inspirations,” Feltsman will perform his interpretations of works by Beethoven and Schubert.
Through traditional Taiko drumming, Yamato seeks to create “tamashii,” which translates as soul, spirit and psyche, the very elements of life itself.
The Spokes are the premier all-female a cappella group at UC Davis. Since being founded in January 2004 by Camaron Ochs and Jaclyn Fromer, this all-female, all awesome group has served as a source of inspiration and empowerment for women and girls all over the West Coast.
Maggie Haberman, New York Times White House correspondent, CNN political analyst and Pulitzer Prize winner, has established herself as one of the country’s most respected journalists and reliable resources for expert commentary on current events and national issues.
Tania Pérez-Salas Compañía de Danza returns to the Mondavi Center stage for the first time in more than a decade. Each work of the Compañía is derived from a creative process based on personal experiences, socio-historical problems and different artistic media.
Initially making a name for himself in the sixties with the iconic "Alice’s Restaurant Massacree," Arlo Guthrie helped define the singer-songwriter genre burgeoning in the seventies. With over thirty albums in his discography, Arlo Guthrie returns to the Mondavi Center to deliver an astounding time capsule from the works of his dad, Woody Guthrie, to the present day.
Bokanté is a world-music supergroup founded by Michael League (of Snarky Puppy) and Malika Tirolien, who is originally from the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe.
Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 5
María Granillo: Danzas de los espíritus animales
with Mercedes Gómez Benet
—a world premiere harp concerto
Dvořák: Symphony No. 8 in G Major
This year’s Focus on Film series presents three films that coordinate with the Campus Community Book Project’s theme of gun violence. The third in the series is the film Hell or High Water. The American Film Institute selected it as one of its ten Movies of the Year, and it was nominated for numerous awards, including four Oscars.
In the few short years since its establishment in 2012, Malpaso Dance Company has already become one of the most sought-after Cuban dance groups, with a growing international profile.