A new educational web video series profiling Haas MBA graduates. John Hanke, Founder of Google's Niantic Labs, shares how a love of games and a Berkeley MBA contributed to his co-founding of Keyhole, the startup that became Google Earth, and most recently, his launch and leadership of Google's Niantic Labs, which develops location-based apps. This video production for higher education is highlighted on the Haas School YouTube Channel.

Berkeley-Haas alumna Danae Ringelmann, co-founder of Indiegogo, shares the story about how her Berkeley MBA experience helped her successfully build the leading international platform for crowdfunding, an industry that did not exist when she began her career at Haas.

Henry Chesbrough is widely known as “the father of open innovation”. He has built a global reputation for his insights into the innovation process. The author of six books (translated into 12 languages) and numerous articles, he has received 73,000 citations to his work on Google Scholar.

Cal Dining's employee training video production introduces new employees to the sixteen dining options, dietary goals and mission of the organization that serves up to 30,000 people a day at UC Berkeley. This training video explores how students can have healthy, varied and tasty dining options.

An educational video explaining the concept and design of a new world-class building. With flexible classrooms and study areas, and technology to support digital education, its design nurtures evolving learning modes and environments.

Haas Achieves, a higher education web video, highlights the achievements of the MBA classes of 2012 and 2013 at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley. Highlighted topics include organizing conferences, international treks and winning case competitions. Seventeen interviews were conducted for this five minute storytelling video.

This 2014 Telly Award-Winning educational web video is a showcase for the Haas website and annual school gala and highlights the school's mission of "Developing leaders who redefine how we do business." Many of the straight-line paths our world has been on over recent decades cannot continue: think healthcare expenditures, public education, the economics of aging, energy use, global access to safe water, and many others. These unsustainabilities are also tremendous market opportunities. Through interviews with students, faculty, and alumni, this higher education video explores how to educate future path-bending leaders.

A new web video series profiling Haas MBA graduates. Alan Knitowski, CEO of Phunware, is revolutionizing the way corporations reach customers via mobile devices. It helps companies build mobile apps and engage, manage and monetize users across mobile devices.

Our past 50 years have been a whirlwind of inspirational music, out-of-the-box experiences, and innovative programs. We hope that you'll join us for the next 50 years as we continue to pave the way for new music to enter the spotlight, as well as bring our community the music that makes us who we are today.

After a Dream explores the magical and the otherworldly. Within a dream, anything can happen. After a dream, nothing is the same. Pushing the virtual concert to its full potential, we intersperse live footage from the Craneway Pavilion with shots of the ensemble singing at Oliver Ranch - a large, outdoor sculpture garden in Sonoma County featuring installations by some of the world’s greatest living sculptors including Richard Serra, Ann Hamilton, Robert Stackhouse and Roger Berry. The sculptures and the music comment on one another to create a uniquely interdisciplinary experience.

For the first time since March 2020, the strings, winds, brass, and percussion sections played under the baton of Maestro Alasdair Neale.

Aaron Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man
Charles Gounod: Petite Symphonie
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings, Opus 48

This Telly award winning video goes behind-the-scenes to experience the modern-day premiere of Rameau’s masterwork — Le Temple de la Gloire (The Temple of Glory) — fully staged as Rameau intended, for the first time since the opera’s 1745 premiere. The magnificent libretto is by Voltaire. The original manuscript is housed at UC Berkeley’s Hargrove Music Library, making Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall the ideal setting for three spectacular performances. This co-production with Cal Performances and Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles represents a collaboration years in the making.

The tenth concert from the Live From London online festival was performed in California by Chanticleer. The group's programme 'Love, always' showcased this versatile ensemble's full breadth of repertoire.

The Fresno Philharmonic launches its 2020-2021 Digital Masterworks Series with a concert exploring connections between present and past. American composer William Bolcom's Commedia is a witty commentary on the classical symphonic style of Haydn. The music of Adolphus Hailstork, hailed as the dean of African-American composers, is also steeped in the classical tradition.

Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale concerts Recorded at Herbst Theatre, San Francisco War Memorial.

MicroDental Technologies Inc., a national dental laboratory, needed a technology video to showcase their culture of innovation. This graphics-intensive product-demo video highlights their transition from producing handmade dental restorations to becoming an industry leader in the digital dental technology of tomorrow.

In this book, Henry Chesbrough, the originator of open innovation, examines the hype behind its practice, shows where real results are taking place, and explains how companies can move beyond the hype to achieve real business results.

Advanced Home Energy is a leading Bay Area green home performance contractor. This storytelling corporate video demonstrates how Advanced Home Energy can provide solutions for living in a comfortable, healthy and energy-efficient home. This technology video production also shows how new technologies can greatly improve home performance.

An overview video of Wilbur Hot Springs, introducing the resort as a refuge from the fast pace and noise of the modern world.

The Crowden School in Berkeley, California, is a 3rd through 8th grade private school with chamber music at its heart. Since 1983, Crowden’s ensemble-based curriculum has instilled in our students the collaborative, creative, and critical-thinking skills to succeed in life. Their joy in playing music together ignites a life-long love of learning.

Oliver Ranch is a picturesque 100-acre property home to 18 remarkable site-specific installations by 20 award-winning artists spanning 35 years.

Together these artists have transformed the ranch into a unique, one-of-a-kind outdoor museum that is harmonious with the surrounding environment.

Disney's Environmental Sustainability and Proyecto Mirador's carbon offset project builds clean cookstoves that improve the health and environment for Honduras' rural poor.

How do you raise money for a non-profit? This video was used to highlight the school's curriculum and programs for their fundraising gala.

A virtual choir with singers from Philharmonia Baroque Chorale singing a piece by Heinrich Schutz.

Music in the Vineyards is a world renowned chamber music festival held each August in stunning winery settings in the Napa Valley.

Heartfelt performances by friends, colleagues, and students coming together to pay tribute to the life and living legacy of Michael Morgan.

Leading with Soul and Purpose, Berkeley Haas culture champion Rich Lyons, completes his tenure as dean.

UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business alumns gift for the new state-of-the-art academic building Connie & Kevin Chou Hall. Chou (CEO of mobile gaming firm Kabam) says it is important to him to give back to the school early in his career to inspire current and future Haas students to become entrepreneurs.

Community of Music Makers is a new program created expressly for adult amateur musicians who want to engage in the joys of making music with others, whether playing an instrument in a chamber group or orchestra or singing in a chorus. This performing arts video production showcases this wonderful program.

San Francisco Early Music Society season finale featuring the Cantata Collective and two superstars of the early music firmament: countertenor Reginald Mobley and Nicholas McGegan in a special appearance on organ.

A virtual concert for the Miami International Guitar Festival.

A performance of two Beethoven Sonatas for the Center for Beethoven Studies in San Jose.

The Breakaway Vegetarian Cook: An Umami-Intensive Journey Into Vegetables is an e-book cookbook that radically improves most vegetarian cooking. The secret? Adding lots of umami, which makes the dishes taste hyper savory, almost meaty. The cookbook contains dozens of short product-demo videos and photography demonstrating dish preparation.

Members of the San Francisco Symphony play Alone but Together in an excerpt from the 3rd movement of Mahler's first symphony.

PBO takes a deeper dive into the grounds and sounds of Café Zimmermann, where Bach and his Collegium Musicum gathered for free weekly concerts.

After a successful career as Music Director of the Academy of Ancient Music for 14 years, where he succeeded founding director Christopher Hogwood, he joins Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale as Music Director.

The Fresno Philharmonic's Link Up program in partnership with the Fresno County Superintendent of Schools brings more than 11,500 elementary students from 130 Fresno County schools to explore orchestral music through a hands-on curriculum using a recorder and their own voice.

The Bear Valley Music Festival is a yearly summer event in Bear Valley, California, located about 180 miles east of San Francisco at just above 7200 feet elevation in the Sierra Nevada. Under the direction of internationally recognized conductor Michael Morgan since 2012, the festival strives to appeal to a wide demographic by presenting a variety of artists and styles of music including classical, rock, country and jazz.

Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony team up with iconoclastic organist Cameron Carpenter to release a one-of-a-kind recording of Henry Brant’s Pulitzer Prize-winning spatial composition Ice Field.

Conductor Maestro Michael Morgan leads the final concert of the Fremont Symphony season in a gorgeous expression of Fremont's Indian heritage.

A profile of four visual artists exhibiting at the Falkirk Cultural Center in San Rafael, California.

Sixty years ago, a revolution began when a group of musicians rebelled against "mainstream" classical music and sparked the historically-informed performance (HIP) movement. They wanted to play on original instruments, in the performance style the composers intended, and give their audience an authentic experience.

This non-profit video production celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the New Century Chamber Orchestra, one of only a handful of conductorless ensembles in the world. With internationally-renowned violin soloist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg at the helm, the Orchestra has earned a reputation as the finest string orchestra in the nation, beloved for its on-fire, electrifying performances.

A holiday video thanking all the generous donors for their support of the San Francisco Symphony. They, along with many volunteers, are a huge part of what makes music possible at the SF Symphony.

Sympho's immersive exploration and integration of sound and space is TOWER, a concert that placed performers and audience on the double-helix interior staircases of Ann Hamilton's stunning 80-foot-tall sculpture and arts venue in California, set amidst the picturesque vistas of the Sonoma wine country. The event featured newly-commissioned music by composers Christopher Bono, Paul Haas, and Bora Yoon, played by Sympho under Haas's direction.

In this video documentary, classical musicians do a lot more than just show up for their orchestra gigs. Here are true tales of the city from two musicians whose creativity defies categories. Harpist Boris Goldmund and tuba player Zachary Spellman are very different people, but they share the ability to see beyond the notes to the universals behind musical styles. Their tales are stories of creativity finding its own outlets among the possibilities of a great city.

Discover Sessions, a different kind of concert, with conductor Nicholas McGegan and Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra. This program includes harpsichordist Robert Levin and fortepianist Ya-Fei Chuang performing a double concerto by C.P.E. Bach, as well as movements from a Haydn symphony. With wit and humor, Nic McGegan and his musicians take you on a Classical tour. This concert took place at the SFJAZZ Center, San Francisco, in February 2014.

The Crowden School is a day school for children in grades four through eight. It combines an intellectually engaging academic curriculum with a distinguished music program for students of strings and piano. This educational video production provides an overview of the curriculum.

A non-profit theater company that shares live theatre with thousands of students throughout the Bay Area, many of which are from low-income communities and have never seen a play before.

An online teaching presentation for Stanford MD students and faculty.

This training video production was produced for CBPCA, California's premier home performance advocate and a leader of the home performance industry's growth. CBPCA trains contractors and provides them access to a vibrant home performance contractor community and valuable industry-related knowledge. This video provides hands on training for home performance contractors.

The Young Composers program was founded in honor of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Adams. The heart of our mission is to guide and mentor our students through the formative stages of their creative growth as composers.

A fundraising video used to highlight the school's curriculum and programs for their fundraising gala.

A series of documentary web video music profiles sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. SFCV takes you backstage to find out about all the myriad details that Wagner's The Ring requires in order for the saga to make it to the stage. There are small costume details, coordinating and running dozens of props across the entire epic, putting the supertitles together, insuring continuity in the production, coordinating the hundreds of music-and-stage-action cues, making rehearsal schedules work, plus inventing special effects, and more. This really is not your ordinary opera production.

A series of PBS TV spots for Fresno Philharmonic concerts.

A promotional video featuring Emanuel Ax in this all Beethoven release from Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony.

This technology video uses a state of the art drone to capture the large 150 panel solar system used to power a fifty unit apartment building in Oakland, California. When combined, solar and efficiency deliver the greatest return on investment, home performance potential, and environmental benefit.

A promotional product book video for Robert Roper's noir thriller The Savage Professor, published by Asahina & Wallace, Los Angeles.

Professor Anthony Landau, renowned epidemiologist, returns to his home in the Berkeley Hills to find a woman, a former scientific colleague, naked and quite dead in his bed. Her death sets in motion a chain of events-- and murders-- that will have the locals terrified, UC Berkeley's academics pointing fingers, the cops under pressure to solve the crimes, the tabloid press crying for blood, and Landau as everyone's number-one pick for serial killer of the year.

A PBS award-winning documentary film, 4 Wheel Bob tells the story of Bob Coomber, an intrepid adventurer who sets out to be the first wheelchair hiker to cross the 11,845-foot Kearsarge Pass in the Sierra Nevada. This story of overcoming immense obstacles will inspire us to look at our own self-imposed limitations and perhaps reach beyond what we think is possible.

A promotional video highlighting the powerful and moving music by Tchaikovsky in this all-new release from Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony.

The PBS documentary Freeway Philharmonic follows seven San Francisco Bay Area freelance classical musicians as they perform with regional orchestras across Northern California while struggling to acquire a permanent position with a major symphony. It depicts their efforts to balance a love of music with a road warrior lifestyle that often requires traveling hundreds of miles a day to rehearse, teach and perform.