Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin will embark on a series of tour dates throughout the fall of 2019. Carpenter and Colvin—longtime friends for over 30 years— will appear on stage together as an intimate acoustic duo, swapping songs and sharing stories.
The cracking Irish band Danú returns to the Mondavi Center with special guests for An Emerald Isle Christmas, celebrating the holiday, as well as Danú’s 25th anniversary, in time-honored Irish fashion.
Unparalleled purveyors of a multilingual blend of cosmopolitan sounds, Pink Martini deliver beloved songs from around the globe, and a dash of holiday music to celebrate the season.
Itzhak Perlman visits the Mondavi Center for an evening of stories and music. While his sold-out recitals at the Mondavi Center have been delighting local audiences for more than a decade, this evening will be a new multimedia experience with Perlman sharing stories of his life and career (with a microphone), and performing with his longtime pianist Rohan De Silva.
This year’s Focus on Film series presents three films that coordinate with the Campus Community Book Project’s theme of gun violence. The second in the series is the landmark film Badlands. Loosely based on a true story, Badlands is often cited by film critics as one of the greatest and most influential films of all time.
Featuring a 40-piece orchestra of top area players, along with popular local singers, musicians, celebrities and George Holden's Psychedelic Liquid Lights Live Cinema Show, The Beatles 1968 White Album will be presented live in its entirety.
Israeli-born Pinchas Zukerman leads the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra as both conductor and violin soloist in a program featuring Bruch’s violin concerto and Brahms’ first symphony, a piece the composer labored over for 14 years as he wrestled with the impact of Beethoven.
Samin Nosrat's New York Times bestselling book, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking won the 2018 James Beard General Cookbook of the Year, and a documentary series based on the book is now streaming on Netflix.
Joey Alexander’s first appearance at the Mondavi Center introduced local audiences to an artist wise beyond his years, yet still fully enmeshed in the wonder of creative discovery. Born in 2003 in Bali, Alexander moved to New York City in 2014, where he has experienced one of the most ascendant c
Ravel: Pavane pour une infante défunte
Jean Ahn: The Woven Silk with Soo Yeon Lyuh, haegeum
Christian Baldini: New Work with Soo Yeon Lyuh
Ravel: La Valse