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A horizontally split photo, the top of Huang Ruo in a grey suit, the bottom of Del Sol Quartet holding their instruments  while standing on a cloudy beach
Monday, October 18th - 2:20pm
Posted on 10/17/2021

On Monday, October 18th @ 2:20PM, DJ Velvet Einstein speaks with composer Huang Ruo and violinist Ben Kreith of the Del Sol Quartet about the upcoming world premier of "Angel Island - Oratorio for Voices and Strings".

Photo of Nancy Chang smiling
Friday, October 22nd - 12:00pm
Posted on 10/17/2021

Tune in Friday, October 22nd @ 12pm to hear why Nancy Chang, founder of Purpose & Hope, started one of the first micro-enterprise home kitchen operations (MEKHO) in Alameda County.  Nancy tells host Ali Nazar how she took advantage of a new law to start her business, and why she believes in the power of food to heal.

Black and White photo of Carmine conducting a string section
Saturday, October 16th - 9:00pm
Posted on 10/15/2021

Tune into KALX Live! this Saturday, October 16th @ 9pm for a glimpse into the forefront of music technology. Professor Carmine Cella of UC Berkeley’s Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT) will be diving into the connections between music, mathematics, and technology.

Photo of Ruben Zarate in a yellow turtleneck, wire glasses, and earring
Thursday, October 14th - 11:30am
Posted on 10/13/2021

Tune in on Thursday, October 14th @ 11:30AM to hear DJ Gordita speak with singer-songwriter, Ruben Zarate, of Southern California based band, Dante Elephante.

Ruben Zarate created the musical persona known as Dante Elephante in 2013. Shortly thereafter Lollipop Records released his first two LPs, German Aquatics and Anglo-Saxon Summer, both produced by Jonathan Rado (Foxygen), which saw praise from Consequence of Sound, Funny or Die, and Brooklyn Vegan.

Concert photograph of Alex Carlin at a mic with a guitar and hands raised
Wednesday, October 13th - 5:20pm
Posted on 10/12/2021

Join DJ The Muse on Wednesday, October 13th @ 5:20PM to hear his recent interview with Berkeley raised musician, film maker, and environmental activist, Alex Carlin.

Alex Carlin is an American rock musician and songwriter, best known as a member of seminal California bands The Rubinoos and Psycotic Pineapple, as well as for his solo career.

Photo of Betul Ayranci in front of yellow and green tees wearing a white blazer, pink shirt, and jewel necklace
Tuesday, October 12th - 9:00am
Posted on 10/8/2021

Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM for an interview with Betul Ayranci from Berkeley Law School. Betul is a lawyer who has practiced overseas in Turkey, where she received her professional law degree, and Amsterdam. She's currently working on a JSD here at Berkeley while also working part-time at an American broadcasting company.

Other Music poster
Friday, October 8th - 12:30pm
Posted on 10/7/2021

On Friday, October 8th @ 12:30PM, DJ Sparkle Motion hosts Other Minds Festival curator, Harry Bernstein, for a special preview show featuring the music of this year's performers.

Juana Molina dancing in colored light
Tuesday, October 5th - 2:00pm
Posted on 10/4/2021

Tune in on Tuesday, October 5th @ 2PM to hear DJ Megasoup in conversation with Argentine singer-songwriter, Juana Molina.

Photo of Charles Amirkhanian smiling in tan jacket and patterned shirt in front of green trees
Friday, October 8th - 12:00pm
Posted on 9/28/2021

On Method to the Madness, Friday October 8 at noon, host Lisa Kiefer Katovich, will speak with Charles Amirkhanian, Bay Area composer, sound artist, percussionist and radio producer. He is also co-founder, executive director, and artistic director of Other Minds, the adventurous annual program of new and unusual music by innovative composers and performers, young and old, from around the world.

Sara Kahanamoku
Tuesday, September 28th - 9:00am
Posted on 9/25/2021

Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM for an interview with Sara Kahanamoku from the Department of Integrative Biology. Sara is a historical ecologist who studies subfossils, the remains of organisms that died in the recent past. Specifically, they're looking at how populations of single-celled organisms in the Santa Barbara Basin have changed in the past two centuries, during California's rapid population growth.