Zellerbach Hall

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101 Zellerbach Hall, Berkeley, CA 94704 101 Zellerbach Hall, Berkeley Directions
+15106429988
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Report | a year ago
Great concert, the Violinist was amazing!!
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Report | 2 years ago
Easy, convenient. Great performance!
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Report | 2 years ago
Call them for a reservation I told them that we had never been to a symphony and that the tickets were a birthday present They put us in the front row of the section in the dead center so we could see and hear everything! Absolutely amazing!!!
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Report | 2 years ago
Price was good, so upgrade it to the next level to get a better viewing
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Report | 3 years ago
Parking is a challenge. Suggest you arrive early and enjoy dinner and/or drinks at the theater cafe.
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From Our Editors

  • 1969: British maestro Adrian Boult's protégé Thomas Rarick debuts the Berkeley Promenade Orchestra—which, in true '60s spirit, performs wearing casual clothes in unconventional settings while being conducted entirely by good vibes.
  • 1978: Kent Nagano takes the reins as music director, heralding such changes as programming focusing on rarely heard 20th-century scores, a switch to formal attire, and a name change.
  • 1984: The orchestra joins forces with Frank Zappa for a critically acclaimed concert featuring elaborate stage sets and life-size puppets.
  • 2003: The orchestra gets a comfortable pullout sofa and therefore its first composer-in-residence: Naomi Sekiya, whose Sinfonia delle Ombre for two guitars and orchestra debuts later that year.
  • 2009: Joana Carneiro becomes the third music director in the orchestra's 40-year history, forging relationships with prominent Bay Area composers such as John Adams, Gabriela Lena Frank, and Paul Dresher.

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