Here’s rundown of more spring dance programs and events. East Bay DANCES Festival: Features performances by AXIS Dance Company, Diablo Ballet, Jubilee American Dance Theater, Savage Jazz Dance Company, the Milissa Payne Project, and Quicksilver Dance, 4 p.m. April 17; Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts, Oakland, $20, oaklandballet.org. San Francisco Ballet: Program 7 (including world premiere of Justin Peck’s “In The Countenance of Kings”) through April 17; $22-$322; Program 8 (a revival of John Crank’s “Onegin), April 30-May 8; War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco; $39-$398; 415-865-2000, www.sfballet.org.
Music women's crochet ballet slippers at Kohl Mansion, All concerts begin a 7 p.m, Pre-concert talks by musicologist Kai Christiansen begin at 6 p.m, Nov, 10, Alexander String Quartet with Joyce Yang, piano, Jan, 12, pianist Garrick Ohlsson in recital, Feb, 2, Trio Cavatina with Samuel Rhodes, viola, March 9, Miró Quartet, April 13, Ariel String Quartet, May 4, Henschel Quartet, Dec, 15, A Night at the Opera — Gala Holiday Concert, Kohl Mansion, 2750 Adeline Drive, Burlingame, $15-$48, $60 for gala, 650-762-1130 or www.musicatkohl.org/tickets..
In addition to the deaths reported by the state Friday, Santa Clara County reported the deaths of a 43-year-old man and a 54-year-old man, bringing the county’s flu-death toll to 10, the fifth-highest county total in the state. The nine Bay Area counties and Santa Cruz County have reported 35 flu-related deaths this season; after Santa Clara County, the highest Bay Area total is in Contra Costa County, which has had five flu-related deaths so far. State officials confirmed a total of 147 flu-related deaths Friday morning, with an additional 44 deaths remaining under investigation, said Dr. Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Public Health. The confirmation of those cases as flu-related would push the number of deaths to 191 in residents under 65, four of which were confirmed as children.
“We are cultural ambassadors coming to entertain with joy, happy love and lots of color,” says Bharti, A native of Jaipur, India, Bharti is a professional tabla (Indian drum) player born into the seventh generation of an Indian musical family, His ancestors played for royalty; Bharti plays for anyone, exuberantly, He says fulfillment rises from sharing traditional songs, “The lyrics come from India’s dialects and 26 languages, the songs are taught through oral traditions, the themes connect to my forefathers’ and foremothers’ songs women's crochet ballet slippers of war, happy village life and other things.”..
But it’s not always easy. Ortega, who earlier this month returned to Redwood City to serve as grand marshal of the local Fourth of July parade, points out that “Descendants 2” was filmed on a tight budget over only 31 days in and around Vancouver. If that wasn’t challenging enough, one of the big song-and-dance numbers was shot on a day when a typhoon hit the area. “The wind was screaming. Half our set blew away, and some panic definitely set in,” Ortega recalls. “But we just told ourselves that we’re island ruffians, and we can deal with anything.”.
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