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Events
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 | 7 – 8:30pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
An Evening with Greg Miller: "Trump, the Media and the Fight for Truth"

UC Davis alumnus Greg Miller (’90) covers national security for The Washington Post, and is the author of the book The Apprentice: Trump, Russia and the Subversion of American Democracy. He was among the Post reporters awarded the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for their coverage of Russia's interference in the 2016 election and the fallout under the Trump administration. Miller was also part of the team awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for the paper's stories about U.S. surveillance programs exposed by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden. 

A question-and-answer session with Miller will follow his presentation.

Read more about Miller in this UC Davis Magazine article.

Friday, March 29, 2019 | 8 – 9:10pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Lara Downes, piano, and Theo Bleckmann, voice

In Our Time: Ellington, Bernstein and Weill

Pianist Lara Downes and vocalist Theo Bleckmann present a duo cabaret showcasing the music of Leonard Bernstein, Duke Ellington and Kurt Weill. A window into the lives and music of these composers as they captured the quickly-changing world of the 1940s, In Our Time is nostalgic yet timeless, and infused with the magnetic charisma for which Downes and Bleckmann are recognized. Inspired by Downes’ recent tribute album For Lenny, the evening will feature works by Bernstein and his fellow travelers through mid-century America: Marc Blitzstein, Charlie Chaplin, Duke Ellington, Morton Gould, Erich Wolfgang Korngold and Kurt Weill.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 | 7pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

Using instruments primarily bought with loose change, the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain is a group of all- singing, all-strumming players who believe that every genre of music is available for reinterpretation, so long as they are played on the ukulele. The orchestra uses the limitations of the instrument to create a musical freedom that reveals unsuspected musical insights. As Mondavi Center audiences know very well, a concert by “the Ukes” is a funny, virtuosic, twanging, awesome, foot-stomping party of rock ’n’ roll and melodious entertainment, featuring only the “bonsai guitar” and a menagerie of voices.

Saturday, April 6, 2019 | 8pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Sibelius Symphony No. 7 in C Major, op. 105
Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, op. 43
Prokofiev Symphony No. 5 in B-flat Major, op. 100

Throughout its history, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) has played an integral part in Scotland’s musical life, performing regularly in concert halls throughout Scotland, at the Edinburgh International Festival and at the BBC Proms at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Danish conductor Thomas Søndergård, newly installed as the RSNO’s music director, leads a crowd-pleasing program, with Olga Kern, winner of the 2001 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, playing Rachmaninoff’s ever-popular Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019 | 7pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Ballet Preljocaj

The Mondavi Center’s long history with Ballet Preljocaj dates back to our 2002 opening season, when the company performed an astonishing The Rite of Spring. Its most recent visit brought the U.S. premiere of Blanche Neige, a wondrous retelling of the Snow White story. In La Fresque, artistic director Angelin Preljocaj continues his exploration of fairy tales, plunging the audience into the fantastical world of Pu Songling’s “The Painted Wall.”  The ideas of illusion, transcendence and the place of art in today’s society are omnipresent in this contemporary adaptation for 10 dancers.

An Uncorked Event, featuring wines from Domaine Carneros.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019 | 7pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Fred Hersh and Friends

Wednesday, April 10, 7PM Fred Hersch, solo piano
Thursday, April 11, 8PM Larry Goldings and Fred Hersch, pianos
Friday, April 12, 8PM Sara Gazarek, voice and Fred Hersch, piano
Saturday, April 13, 8PM Charles Lloyd, saxophone and flute and Fred Hersch, piano

For more than 10 years, pianist Fred Hersch has invited a wide range of musicians to join him in duo performances at New York’s Jazz Standard. This inaugural Mondavi Center four-night run brings a distinctively West Coast sensibility to the format, finding Hersch working with a selection of artists he admires, all of whom call California home. 

These performances are his first collaborations with all of these artists. Larry Goldings is his cousin and they have known each other for more than 30 years—from the time that Larry was a student at New York’s New School Jazz Program. Though he has never met Sara, he is a longtime admirer of her singing. And Charles Lloyd has long been on Hersch’s “bucket list” of musicians he wants to play with—he thinks he’s one of the last of the authentic, master jazz artists still with us.

Fred Hersch
Fred Hersch has remained committed to exploring the possibilities and limits of solo piano improvisation. A solo performance by Hersch is an elegant, pensive and playful invitation to explore the possibilities of both the instrument and the song. In the liner notes for his most recent solo release, Open Book, Hersch notes “each performance becomes a continuous musical expression from variation to variation—musical freedom within limits, with a song that I love as my subject.”

Larry Goldings 
Long acclaimed as a master of the organ, particularly for his trio with Peter Bernstein and Bill Stewart, Larry Goldings has built a remarkable career as a composer, songwriter, producer and instrumentalist. In demand with artists like Pat Metheny, Elton John and Sia, Goldings has also contributed compositions to numerous movie and TV soundtracks, including Space Cowboys, NBC’s The Office and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Here he joins in a piano duo format with Hersch, who was one of his teachers in his formative New York years. 

Sara Gazarek
Blessed with a gorgeous voice, excellent pitch and a supple sense of time, Sara Gazarek is a singer of uncommon depth and intelligence. Hailed by the Los Angeles Times as “the next important jazz singer”, her reverence for songcraft and emotional directness carry listeners inside her repertoire, revealing shades of vulnerability and strength. Her recent duo recording with longtime pianist Josh Nelson, Dream in the Blue, hints at some of the magic we expect to hear with Hersch in Gazarek’s Mondavi Center debut. Gazarek is currently on faculty at the University of Southern California, where she leads the award-winning vocal jazz ensemble and teaches privately.

Charles Lloyd
A true jazz legend, Charles Lloyd was born in Memphis, Tennessee, where he began his musical career with a who’s who of blues and jazz legends, B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, Bobbie “Blue” Bland, piano genius Phineas Newborn and Willie Mitchell among others. Lloyd went to Los Angeles to study at USC where stints with Gerald Wilson’s big band, Chico Hamilton, and Cannonball Adderly led to leading his own quartet, which featured Keith Jarrett, Cecil McBee and Jack DeJohnette. The group was the first jazz group to play The Fillmore and Lloyd’s album, Forest Flower, Live at Monterey, was a huge commercial success. Following a long retreat in Big Sur, Lloyd returned to playing regularly in the 1990s, and has released a remarkable string of recordings on ECM and Blue Note Records that document his continued musical explorations. Do not miss an exceedingly rare chance to see two jazz masters in musical conversation in the intimate confines of the Vanderhoef Studio Theatre.

Thursday, April 11, 2019 | 8pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Fred Hersh and Friends

Wednesday, April 10, 7PM Fred Hersch, solo piano
Thursday, April 11, 8PM Larry Goldings and Fred Hersch, pianos
Friday, April 12, 8PM Sara Gazarek, voice and Fred Hersch, piano
Saturday, April 13, 8PM Charles Lloyd, saxophone and flute and Fred Hersch, piano

For more than 10 years, pianist Fred Hersch has invited a wide range of musicians to join him in duo performances at New York’s Jazz Standard. This inaugural Mondavi Center four-night run brings a distinctively West Coast sensibility to the format, finding Hersch working with a selection of artists he admires, all of whom call California home. 

These performances are his first collaborations with all of these artists. Larry Goldings is his cousin and they have known each other for more than 30 years—from the time that Larry was a student at New York’s New School Jazz Program. Though he has never met Sara, he is a longtime admirer of her singing. And Charles Lloyd has long been on Hersch’s “bucket list” of musicians he wants to play with—he thinks he’s one of the last of the authentic, master jazz artists still with us.

Fred Hersch
Fred Hersch has remained committed to exploring the possibilities and limits of solo piano improvisation. A solo performance by Hersch is an elegant, pensive and playful invitation to explore the possibilities of both the instrument and the song. In the liner notes for his most recent solo release, Open Book, Hersch notes “each performance becomes a continuous musical expression from variation to variation—musical freedom within limits, with a song that I love as my subject.”

Larry Goldings 
Long acclaimed as a master of the organ, particularly for his trio with Peter Bernstein and Bill Stewart, Larry Goldings has built a remarkable career as a composer, songwriter, producer and instrumentalist. In demand with artists like Pat Metheny, Elton John and Sia, Goldings has also contributed compositions to numerous movie and TV soundtracks, including Space Cowboys, NBC’s The Office and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Here he joins in a piano duo format with Hersch, who was one of his teachers in his formative New York years. 

Sara Gazarek
Blessed with a gorgeous voice, excellent pitch and a supple sense of time, Sara Gazarek is a singer of uncommon depth and intelligence. Hailed by the Los Angeles Times as “the next important jazz singer”, her reverence for songcraft and emotional directness carry listeners inside her repertoire, revealing shades of vulnerability and strength. Her recent duo recording with longtime pianist Josh Nelson, Dream in the Blue, hints at some of the magic we expect to hear with Hersch in Gazarek’s Mondavi Center debut. Gazarek is currently on faculty at the University of Southern California, where she leads the award-winning vocal jazz ensemble and teaches privately.

Charles Lloyd
A true jazz legend, Charles Lloyd was born in Memphis, Tennessee, where he began his musical career with a who’s who of blues and jazz legends, B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, Bobbie “Blue” Bland, piano genius Phineas Newborn and Willie Mitchell among others. Lloyd went to Los Angeles to study at USC where stints with Gerald Wilson’s big band, Chico Hamilton, and Cannonball Adderly led to leading his own quartet, which featured Keith Jarrett, Cecil McBee and Jack DeJohnette. The group was the first jazz group to play The Fillmore and Lloyd’s album, Forest Flower, Live at Monterey, was a huge commercial success. Following a long retreat in Big Sur, Lloyd returned to playing regularly in the 1990s, and has released a remarkable string of recordings on ECM and Blue Note Records that document his continued musical explorations. Do not miss an exceedingly rare chance to see two jazz masters in musical conversation in the intimate confines of the Vanderhoef Studio Theatre.

Friday, April 12, 2019 | 8pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Fred Hersh and Friends

Wednesday, April 10, 7PM Fred Hersch, solo piano
Thursday, April 11, 8PM Larry Goldings and Fred Hersch, pianos
Friday, April 12, 8PM Sara Gazarek, voice and Fred Hersch, piano
Saturday, April 13, 8PM Charles Lloyd, saxophone and flute and Fred Hersch, piano

For more than 10 years, pianist Fred Hersch has invited a wide range of musicians to join him in duo performances at New York’s Jazz Standard. This inaugural Mondavi Center four-night run brings a distinctively West Coast sensibility to the format, finding Hersch working with a selection of artists he admires, all of whom call California home. 

These performances are his first collaborations with all of these artists. Larry Goldings is his cousin and they have known each other for more than 30 years—from the time that Larry was a student at New York’s New School Jazz Program. Though he has never met Sara, he is a longtime admirer of her singing. And Charles Lloyd has long been on Hersch’s “bucket list” of musicians he wants to play with—he thinks he’s one of the last of the authentic, master jazz artists still with us.

Fred Hersch
Fred Hersch has remained committed to exploring the possibilities and limits of solo piano improvisation. A solo performance by Hersch is an elegant, pensive and playful invitation to explore the possibilities of both the instrument and the song. In the liner notes for his most recent solo release, Open Book, Hersch notes “each performance becomes a continuous musical expression from variation to variation—musical freedom within limits, with a song that I love as my subject.”

Larry Goldings 
Long acclaimed as a master of the organ, particularly for his trio with Peter Bernstein and Bill Stewart, Larry Goldings has built a remarkable career as a composer, songwriter, producer and instrumentalist. In demand with artists like Pat Metheny, Elton John and Sia, Goldings has also contributed compositions to numerous movie and TV soundtracks, including Space Cowboys, NBC’s The Office and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Here he joins in a piano duo format with Hersch, who was one of his teachers in his formative New York years. 

Sara Gazarek
Blessed with a gorgeous voice, excellent pitch and a supple sense of time, Sara Gazarek is a singer of uncommon depth and intelligence. Hailed by the Los Angeles Times as “the next important jazz singer”, her reverence for songcraft and emotional directness carry listeners inside her repertoire, revealing shades of vulnerability and strength. Her recent duo recording with longtime pianist Josh Nelson, Dream in the Blue, hints at some of the magic we expect to hear with Hersch in Gazarek’s Mondavi Center debut. Gazarek is currently on faculty at the University of Southern California, where she leads the award-winning vocal jazz ensemble and teaches privately.

Charles Lloyd
A true jazz legend, Charles Lloyd was born in Memphis, Tennessee, where he began his musical career with a who’s who of blues and jazz legends, B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, Bobbie “Blue” Bland, piano genius Phineas Newborn and Willie Mitchell among others. Lloyd went to Los Angeles to study at USC where stints with Gerald Wilson’s big band, Chico Hamilton, and Cannonball Adderly led to leading his own quartet, which featured Keith Jarrett, Cecil McBee and Jack DeJohnette. The group was the first jazz group to play The Fillmore and Lloyd’s album, Forest Flower, Live at Monterey, was a huge commercial success. Following a long retreat in Big Sur, Lloyd returned to playing regularly in the 1990s, and has released a remarkable string of recordings on ECM and Blue Note Records that document his continued musical explorations. Do not miss an exceedingly rare chance to see two jazz masters in musical conversation in the intimate confines of the Vanderhoef Studio Theatre.

Friday, April 12, 2019 | 8pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
The Havana Cuba All‐Stars

Back by popular demand, this high-energy ensemble of exceptional Cuban musicians and dancers is dedicated to promoting the entire tapestry of Cuban music through a fresh, contemporary lens. With rhythms and melodies from the cha-cha to the rumba, from son Cubano–style to the salsa, the Havana Cuba All-Stars are joined by three of Cuba’s finest dancing couples. With the greatest dancers and musicians of Cuba working in tandem, the American encore of the Havana Cuba All-Stars’ tour will be a spirited spectacle of song and dance, exemplifying Cuba’s greatest musical traditions.

Saturday, April 13, 2019 | 8pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Fred Hersh and Friends

Wednesday, April 10, 7PM Fred Hersch, solo piano
Thursday, April 11, 8PM Larry Goldings and Fred Hersch, pianos
Friday, April 12, 8PM Sara Gazarek, voice and Fred Hersch, piano
Saturday, April 13, 8PM Charles Lloyd, saxophone and flute and Fred Hersch, piano

For more than 10 years, pianist Fred Hersch has invited a wide range of musicians to join him in duo performances at New York’s Jazz Standard. This inaugural Mondavi Center four-night run brings a distinctively West Coast sensibility to the format, finding Hersch working with a selection of artists he admires, all of whom call California home. 

These performances are his first collaborations with all of these artists. Larry Goldings is his cousin and they have known each other for more than 30 years—from the time that Larry was a student at New York’s New School Jazz Program. Though he has never met Sara, he is a longtime admirer of her singing. And Charles Lloyd has long been on Hersch’s “bucket list” of musicians he wants to play with—he thinks he’s one of the last of the authentic, master jazz artists still with us.

Fred Hersch
Fred Hersch has remained committed to exploring the possibilities and limits of solo piano improvisation. A solo performance by Hersch is an elegant, pensive and playful invitation to explore the possibilities of both the instrument and the song. In the liner notes for his most recent solo release, Open Book, Hersch notes “each performance becomes a continuous musical expression from variation to variation—musical freedom within limits, with a song that I love as my subject.”

Larry Goldings 
Long acclaimed as a master of the organ, particularly for his trio with Peter Bernstein and Bill Stewart, Larry Goldings has built a remarkable career as a composer, songwriter, producer and instrumentalist. In demand with artists like Pat Metheny, Elton John and Sia, Goldings has also contributed compositions to numerous movie and TV soundtracks, including Space Cowboys, NBC’s The Office and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Here he joins in a piano duo format with Hersch, who was one of his teachers in his formative New York years. 

Sara Gazarek
Blessed with a gorgeous voice, excellent pitch and a supple sense of time, Sara Gazarek is a singer of uncommon depth and intelligence. Hailed by the Los Angeles Times as “the next important jazz singer”, her reverence for songcraft and emotional directness carry listeners inside her repertoire, revealing shades of vulnerability and strength. Her recent duo recording with longtime pianist Josh Nelson, Dream in the Blue, hints at some of the magic we expect to hear with Hersch in Gazarek’s Mondavi Center debut. Gazarek is currently on faculty at the University of Southern California, where she leads the award-winning vocal jazz ensemble and teaches privately.

Charles Lloyd
A true jazz legend, Charles Lloyd was born in Memphis, Tennessee, where he began his musical career with a who’s who of blues and jazz legends, B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, Bobbie “Blue” Bland, piano genius Phineas Newborn and Willie Mitchell among others. Lloyd went to Los Angeles to study at USC where stints with Gerald Wilson’s big band, Chico Hamilton, and Cannonball Adderly led to leading his own quartet, which featured Keith Jarrett, Cecil McBee and Jack DeJohnette. The group was the first jazz group to play The Fillmore and Lloyd’s album, Forest Flower, Live at Monterey, was a huge commercial success. Following a long retreat in Big Sur, Lloyd returned to playing regularly in the 1990s, and has released a remarkable string of recordings on ECM and Blue Note Records that document his continued musical explorations. Do not miss an exceedingly rare chance to see two jazz masters in musical conversation in the intimate confines of the Vanderhoef Studio Theatre.

Sunday, April 14, 2019 | 2pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Mayumana

Having entertained millions of people around the world, Mayumana has become one of Israel’s leading cultural exports. The group’s shows combine custom-made musical instruments, massive video art projections and performers in constant motion. For their debut performance at the Mondavi Center, they will present Currents, inspired by the historic “Battle of Currents” between Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla in their quest to find new energy sources for the world.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 | 6pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Open Mic Nights@MC

Singers, poets and emcees: Come share your artistry with community. Hosted by MC CoCo Blossom with DJ Lady Char. Come ready to perform, support friends or just enjoy the show.

Sign-ups — 5:30-6 p.m.
Open Mic — 6-9 p.m.

Open Mic Nights@MC are held quarterly for UC Davis students and community youth.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 | 7pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Twisted Pine

Moving beyond the standard verse-chorus-solo structure of traditional string bands, Twisted Pine is a multilayered ensemble that brings the enveloping sound and pop hooks of indie music to an acoustic, instrumental setting. In its early days, Twisted Pine hewed close to its bluegrass origins, but over time the quartet developed a unique, infectious style without limits. Full of energy and surprise, wit and subtlety, Twisted Pine has quickly become one of the most acclaimed young string bands in the Northeast, drawing audiences in to their forthright songwriting, lush harmonies, musical daring and charismatic appeal.

Thursday, April 18, 2019 | 8pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Twisted Pine

Moving beyond the standard verse-chorus-solo structure of traditional string bands, Twisted Pine is a multilayered ensemble that brings the enveloping sound and pop hooks of indie music to an acoustic, instrumental setting. In its early days, Twisted Pine hewed close to its bluegrass origins, but over time the quartet developed a unique, infectious style without limits. Full of energy and surprise, wit and subtlety, Twisted Pine has quickly become one of the most acclaimed young string bands in the Northeast, drawing audiences in to their forthright songwriting, lush harmonies, musical daring and charismatic appeal.

Friday, April 19, 2019 | 8pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Twisted Pine

Moving beyond the standard verse-chorus-solo structure of traditional string bands, Twisted Pine is a multilayered ensemble that brings the enveloping sound and pop hooks of indie music to an acoustic, instrumental setting. In its early days, Twisted Pine hewed close to its bluegrass origins, but over time the quartet developed a unique, infectious style without limits. Full of energy and surprise, wit and subtlety, Twisted Pine has quickly become one of the most acclaimed young string bands in the Northeast, drawing audiences in to their forthright songwriting, lush harmonies, musical daring and charismatic appeal.

Saturday, April 20, 2019 | 8pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Twisted Pine

Moving beyond the standard verse-chorus-solo structure of traditional string bands, Twisted Pine is a multilayered ensemble that brings the enveloping sound and pop hooks of indie music to an acoustic, instrumental setting. In its early days, Twisted Pine hewed close to its bluegrass origins, but over time the quartet developed a unique, infectious style without limits. Full of energy and surprise, wit and subtlety, Twisted Pine has quickly become one of the most acclaimed young string bands in the Northeast, drawing audiences in to their forthright songwriting, lush harmonies, musical daring and charismatic appeal.

Friday, April 26, 2019 | 8pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Young Artists Competition

Celebrating its 15th year, the Mondavi Center Young Artists Competition (YAC) supports young artists in the early stages of their careers, providing scholarships to further their musical studies as well as valuable performance opportunities to encourage their artistic growth. A panel of internationally renowned musicians juries the competition through live auditions in cities throughout the U.S., with winners selected in multiple instrumental categories. This year the competition features the Founders’ Prize in cello to U.S. residents ages 18–22 and the Young Artists Prize to California resident pianists and instrumentalists ages 12–17.

NEW THIS YEAR: The Winners Concert will take place on the same day as the Competition Finals. The competition pass includes three events over two days.

Saturday, April 27, 2019 | 10amMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Young Artists Competition

Celebrating its 15th year, the Mondavi Center Young Artists Competition (YAC) supports young artists in the early stages of their careers, providing scholarships to further their musical studies as well as valuable performance opportunities to encourage their artistic growth. A panel of internationally renowned musicians juries the competition through live auditions in cities throughout the U.S., with winners selected in multiple instrumental categories. This year the competition features the Founders’ Prize in cello to U.S. residents ages 18–22 and the Young Artists Prize to California resident pianists and instrumentalists ages 12–17.

NEW THIS YEAR: The Winners Concert will take place on the same day as the Competition Finals. The competition pass includes three events over two days.

Saturday, April 27, 2019 | 8pmMondavi Center for the Performing Arts
Young Artists Competition

Celebrating its 15th year, the Mondavi Center Young Artists Competition (YAC) supports young artists in the early stages of their careers, providing scholarships to further their musical studies as well as valuable performance opportunities to encourage their artistic growth. A panel of internationally renowned musicians juries the competition through live auditions in cities throughout the U.S., with winners selected in multiple instrumental categories. This year the competition features the Founders’ Prize in cello to U.S. residents ages 18–22 and the Young Artists Prize to California resident pianists and instrumentalists ages 12–17.

NEW THIS YEAR: The Winners Concert will take place on the same day as the Competition Finals. The competition pass includes three events over two days.

Storm Large & Le Bonheur

As her name portends, Storm Large is every bit the natural phenomenon. After shooting to prominence on Rock Star: Supernova, Large has built a career that includes regular gigs with Pink Martini and the Oregon Symphony as well as her own one-woman shows Crazy Enough and Cabaret. With her longtime band, Le Bonheur, Large leads a bold show that includes the Great American Songbook, Broadway standards, rock anthems and some of her own original songs—alongside some unfiltered stage banter that will entertain (and perhaps elicit) a few blushes along the way.

An Uncorked Event, featuring wines from UC Davis, Oakville Station.

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