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Musical strains from the Ukraine: Avant-garde folk songs might sound like an oxymoron, but in the hands of the stunning quartet DakhaBrakha, there’s no contradiction between roots music from the Ukrainian countryside and art music from Kiev’s experimental theater scene. Creating haunting polyphonic vocal harmonies while accompanying themselves on cello, hurdy gurdy, piano, sundry percussion implements — not to mention tabla, didgeridoo, accordion and trombone — they’re adding new sonic facets to the traditional songs they’ve been immersed in since birth. The fact that the three women often perform in towering black fur hats and white wedding dresses adds to the music’s decidedly otherworldly feel. They come to Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage next week. Details: 8 p.m. April 25; Freight & Salvage, Berkeley; $30-$35; 510-644-2020, www.thefreight.org.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent.
An ‘Encounter’ somewhere in Brazil … Plunge into the Amazon with Simon McBurney as your guide in the immersive theatrical experience that is “The Encounter.” Donning headphones and letting the soundscape suck us in, theatergoers trace the path of National Geographic photojournalist Loren McIntyre, who got lost in a remote dance connection shoes area of Brazil, The Bay Area debut of the celebrated theater company, Complicite, this is a 3-D audio adventure that garnered raves on Broadway, Details: April 25 through May 7; The Curran theater; $49-$185; www.sfcurran.com— Karen D’Souza, Staff..
Scaling the ‘Heights’: Bummed you haven’t managed to snag “Hamilton” tickets? Why not take a trip to the “Heights?” We’re talking about “In the Heights,” the hip-hop-infused musical created by Lin-Manuel Miranda before he wrote “Hamilton.” The Theatre Program at Saint Mary’s College will stage the Tony-winning and heart-tugging valentine to the Washington Heights neighborhood in New York City, April 27-30 in LeFevre Theatre on the college’s Moraga campus. Details: $8-$18; 925-631-4670, www.stmarys-ca.edu.— Karen D’Souza, Staff.
With the first weekend of the 2017 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in the rearview mirror, here’s a look the hits and misses of the event watched by tens of thousands at the Empire Polo Club in Indio and even more online via YouTube, Coachella returns to the desert with Radiohead, Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar for another sold out weekend beginning Friday, April 21, 1, Coolest stage set: Kendrick Lamar, The Sunday night headliner had a new production design that included a video screen that was sort of a movable ceiling that could be lowered up and down and have images project down from it, As a bonus, he also had three video segments throughout that were done like an old dance connection shoes Bruce Lee-era kung fu movie: “The Adventures of Kung Fu Kenny,” which started Lamar as Kenny a.k.a, the Black Turtle, which led to ninja dancers on stage with him at one point..
2. Most practical costume: Lady Gaga’s unitard. Lady Gaga had plenty of costume changes, but they were all over her black unitard, which allowed her to dance, play guitar and keytar and jump into the audience with ease. Also, where did she get those tights? All of that dancing and suggestive writhing and she had no runs in them at all. We see an infomercial in her future. 3. Best explanation for sound issues: Aliens. Radiohead battled through some major sound problems on Friday night, with the music cutting out multiple times. Singer Thom Yorke blamed alien interference, but then they played “Creep” and all was forgiven.
4, Best singalong: Hans Zimmer, The award-winning movie composer was so embraced by the Coachella faithful that he got his own Snapchat filter Sunday, But the crowd that mobbed his evening performance at the Outdoor Theatre actually sang along to the instrumental “Pirates of the Caribbean” score, Then everyone sang along to “The Lion King.” Coachella went Disney in the most Coachella way possible, Oh, and later, Hans Zimmer dance connection shoes brought out Pharrell, too, 5, Weirdest set props: Travis Scott..
The young rapper had throngs flocking to his Outdoor Theatre set Sunday night where he started the night with multiple cardboard cutouts of himself on stage. And then there were trees and giant bird cages. By the end of the night, Scott was rapping with his permanent Auto-Tune sound atop a giant bird that had red eyes and flapped its wings. 6. Best place to feel like you’re in a cartoon: Sonora Tent. With street art covering the walls and colorful cacti sculptures, Coachella’s newest stage is part hip-club, part ’90s Nickelodeon cartoon.
It was also the home to some rock acts dance connection shoes like Guided by Voices and T.S.O.L., getting ever more rare at Coachella as the fest trends towards electronic dance music, Plus, it had couches and air conditioning, 7, Best blasts from the past: Todd Rundgren and Michael McDonald, A pair of stars who released great albums long before most of the attendees at Coachella were even born were among the true surprise guests at the fest, On Friday, Rundgren joined the Lemon Twigs for “Couldn’t I Just Tell You” from his landmark “Something/Anything?,” ending with the icon shouting, “Twiiiiigs!” as a blessing for these young carriers of the power pop glam rock torch..