On the Air: Cy and Matias' Do List Picks for Feb. 2, 2018

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Krista Wigle and Andres Ramirez dazzle as a jazzy Greek chorus in Leonard Bernstein’s 'Trouble in Tahiti' at Opera Parallèle. (Steve DiBartolomeo)

Cal Performances Director Matias Tarnopolsky joins me as co-host this week on The Do List, which is a delight. He dives deep into the worlds of classical music and dance, offering insights into the concerts we covered, including work by Leonard Bernstein, Philip Glass and Joby Talbot. We also gave Matias a crash course in pop, with a discussion of rocker Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. Matias is game for anything so it's a great podcast this week. Download it above or find it on iTunes.

Feb 14-18: Bernstein and Heggie contribute one act operas on the bitter realities of romance

Feb 10 & 11: The South Bay's Choral Project helps celebrate Bernstein's 100th birthday with a performance of the serene Chichester Psalms

Feb 2 and 20: Philip Glass is the star of a  pair of concerts at San Francisco Performances  

Feb. 10-11: sjDANCEco offers new dances from young members of the company and Robert Dekkers


Feb 9-10 and March 15-18: ODC/Dance's KT Nelson offers a miraculous new dance and the company celebrates its home season 

Feb 14-15: Dan Auerbach brings new songs and R&B oldies to life with his Easy Eye Sound Review

Feb 10 and 11: The innovative violinist and disability rights activist Gaelynn Lea makes two stops in the Bay Area 

Feb 7-10: The Lemon Bucket Orkestra does a guerrilla-folk party-punk version of a Ukrainian folk opera at Stanford

Feb 16-18: And the Lemon Bucket Orkestra brings it's guerilla punk Ukrainian opera to the Oakland Metro Operahouse 

The Do List team of Cy Musiker and Matias Tarnopolsky
The Do List team of Cy Musiker and Matias Tarnopolsky (Photo: Chloe Veltman/KQED)