Venues & Parking
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101 Zellerbach Hall # 4800, Berkeley, CA, 94720
Zellerbach Hall is a multi venue performance facility on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley. It was designed by architect and professor Vernon DeMars and completed in 1968. The facility consists of two primary performance spaces: the 2,015 seat Zellerbach Auditorium, and the 500 seat Zellerbach Playhouse. Zellerbach Hall is located on the south side of the UC Berkeley campus at 101 Zellerbach Hall #4800, near the intersection of Telegraph Avenue and Bancroft Way.
801 Magnolia Ave, Piedmont, CA, 94611
The Piedmont Center for the Arts is dedicated to coalescing the arts communities of Piedmont and around the Bay Area. The Center offers an affordable rental venue where artists from the musical, performing, visual and literary arts have a physical space to perform and display their works of art, and where members of the Piedmont community can gather to experience these creations. The Center is centrally located in Piedmont at 801 Magnolia Avenue, at the corner of Bonita Avenue, across from Piedmont High School. There is ample free street parking for evening events.
1500 Derby Street, Berkeley, CA, 94703
Longfellow Middle School is a safe, cooperative, tolerant and nurturing community of students, staff and teachers. Our small campus allows us to teach a rigorous curriculum, give personal and meaningful attention and meet the needs of all our diverse learners. With the support of an active PTA and regular family outreach, Longfellow is truly a community that embraces the whole child.
1414 Harbour Way South, Richmond, CA, 94804
The 45,000 sq ft bay front Craneway Pavilion, the southernmost partition of the complex, now offers the largest and finest event space in the Bay Area, with stunning architecture and breathtaking views. The Assemble restaurant sits adjacent to the Craneway Pavilion and offers seasonal American cuisine, set against a backdrop of original equipment from the historic Ford Boiler Room. Learn more about this venue here.
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102
The Conservatory’s Civic Center campus at 50 Oak Street, opened in 2006, is just a three-minute walk from Davies Symphony Hall, War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco Ballet, and SFJAZZ, and just one block from a major public transit hub. In addition to state-of-the art classrooms, practice rooms, teaching studios, and three performance halls, you’ll enjoy a large library, high-tech recording studios, a computer lab, a rooftop terrace, and a café.
2680 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA, 94704
Set in a 1928 Craftsman-style building, this casual hotel is across the street from the UC of Berkeley campus and 1 mile from the nearest BART station.
The cozy rooms feature custom furniture based on the original architect’s drawings, plus flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and 1920s bathtubs.
Some have balconies. All include green features such as non-VOC paint, organic cotton bedding, curtains made from recycled soda bottles and locally made organic soaps.
A breakfast that includes house-made granola is complimentary. Additional amenities include event space and a business center.
An evening at Berkeley Symphony is not only a thrilling auditory experience, but a superb culinary adventure as well! Downtown Berkeley is a food-lovers’ paradise, internationally known for the quality and scope of its offerings. From intimate French bistros to vibrant California eateries, Berkeley has a wealth of restaurants to suit any palate.