MoAD Screens ‘Mr. SOUL!’

The Museum of the African Diaspora is back with its monthly movie club, this time highlighting the 2018 documentary Mr. SOUL!. Directed by Melissa Haizlip, the feature explores the significance …

Creative Voices: Mindful Singing in Community

Yerba Buena Gardens Festival and the Community Music Center present Creative Voices: Mindful Singing in Community. The event is an enriching conversation between jazz vocalist Valerie Troutt and the seven-member …

The San Francisco Ballet’s Virtual Benefit

The San Francisco Ballet hosts its first-ever virtual benefit and 88th season opening gala performance — and this time, gowns are optional. Hosted by SF Ballet soloist Madison Keesler and …

Cal Performances at Home With Julia Bullock

Cal Performances at Home presents a recital with soprano Julia Bullock, recorded in Bleibach, Germany, with pianist Laura Poe. Bullock wowed audiences as an artist-in-residence with the San Francisco Symphony …

John McCutcheon’s Virtual Left Coast Tour

Catch a performance by American folk musician John McCutcheon on his Virtual Left Coast Tour, with a portion of tickets benefiting the Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga. 4 p.m.; tickets …

Virtual Tour at the San Jose Museum of Art

Just because we can’t go to the museum doesn’t mean we can’t experience the museum. While the San Jose Museum of Art temporarily closed its doors (again) to comply with COVID safety restrictions, its curator Rory Padeken will lead a virtual tour of the new-ish exhibition, South East North West: New Works From the Collection, …

‘Trouble in Mind’ at ACT

American Conservatory Theater presents a livestreamed performance of Alice Childress’ Trouble in Mind, a moving and laugh-out-loud play about six Black actors rehearsing an anti-lynching play — written and directed by white artists — in a Broadway theater set in 1957 New York. This performance is part of A.C.T. Out Loud, described by organizers as …

Hearts in SF

The San Francisco General Hospital Foundation’s flagship event, Hearts in SF, will be virtual and free to all viewers this year. Guests will be supporting the hospital’s frontline health care workers, as well as the vital programs at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center. 6 p.m. Register at sfghf.org.

Julia Morgan Ballroom
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