Palo Alto World Music Day. 3-7:30 p.m. Sunday. University Avenue, King Plaza (City Hall), and surrounding streets. Jazz, pop, rock, classical, world music, choirs and more. Free. www.pamusicday.org. 2010 Country Throwdown Tour. 1 p.m. Sunday. Featuring Montgomery Gentry, Jamey Johnson, Little Big Town, Jack Ingram, Eric Church, Eli Young Band, Lost Trailers, Heidi Newfield, Ryan Bingham, Jonathan Singleton and the Grove, Emily West and others. Shoreline Amphitheatre, One Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View. $21-$41. 650-967-3000, www.livenation.com.
The lighting by Seamus Strahan-Mauk is striking, with the curtain changing color to emulate a ballet shoes bracelet, ballet slippers, antique silver, initial bracelet, friendship, mothers, adjustable, monogram different stage in a different city, But Jon Hayward’s sound is a problem, Many times the men’s lines (and occasionally some of the women’s as well) couldn’t be heard, Whether this was strictly a sound issue is uncertain because there are times when the 13-piece orchestra lead by conductor/keyboardist Sean Kana is blaring out too loudly while some lines are being delivered, That’s not to say the orchestra isn’t good, Whenever they are playing without competing with actors saying their lines or singers struggling to sing loudly enough to be heard, they did a bang-up job with Henry Krieger’s lively score..
Nico, whoever you are, stop hiding. In a small-ish space off the beaten path in Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto, Nico’s 1508 has opened, a sort of reboot of the former Nico’s Hideaway in the same space (once home to the decades-old Chester’s Bayview Cafe). On the bleeding edge of the place where a commercial neighborhood becomes residential, you might actually think it’s hiding from you; the front part of the restaurant is a bar that threw us off a bit as we approached, looking almost like a side entrance.
They were musicians, fans and artists, mostly in their 20s and 30s, who loved the weird, the surreal and each other, This was no random gathering of people who saw a flier about a ballet shoes bracelet, ballet slippers, antique silver, initial bracelet, friendship, mothers, adjustable, monogram party, To many, this was a surrogate family, an eclectic group that had spent many similar nights together, dancing and making music. They knew and admired each other’s work, played gigs together, ran sound and video for each other’s shows, They were connected in other, unexpected ways. Five were members of the UC Berkeley community, two worked at Highwire Coffee Roasters and two had worked for the West Contra Costa County School District, Three were transgender women, There were four pairs of lovers, one of which died in each other’s arms as the smoke overcame them, according to authorities. The youngest victim was 17, The oldest was a 61-year-old veteran of the electronic music scene, who years ago lived with the friend of another victim..
Adams’ first foray into writing for string quartets came in 1994, when he brought forth “John’s Alleged Book of Dances,” a collection of 10 dances, six incorporating a prerecorded percussion track made of prepared piano sounds. Adams attended a performance of that piece by the St. Lawrence at Stanford in 2007, part of a program that also included Beethoven’s Op. 132 quartet in A minor. Especially elated by the group’s Beethoven performance, Adams marched backstage after the concert and announced, “I want to write you guys a string quartet.”.
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