Harmony Dance Center: The center presents its end-of-year recital, “Ephemere,” featuring modern, jazz, ballet, tap, hip-hop pieces performed by students, competition teams, performing companies and some special guests. June 1, 5 p.m. $25.90 adult/$24 students/$16.50 children. Campbell Heritage Theatre, One W. Campbell Ave., Campbell. harmony dancecenter.com/harmony-dance-center-presents-ephemere. Orchard City Community Chorus: “100 Years of Music” features the best songs of the past century. May 31, 8 p.m. $15 general/$12 students and seniors. Campbell United Methodist Church, 1675 Winchester Blvd., Campbell. orchardci tychorus.org.
For the excellent solo couples, Tippet supplies an extra treat: lifts the likes of which you are not likely to see anywhere else — straight up, in a curl, over the shoulder and every other kind imaginable, Maykel Solas, Maximo Califano, Kovitch and Moreno did the work while Junna Ige, Amy Marie Briones, Meijer and Mirai Noda soared and smiled, According to the program notes, Stanton Welch’s “Clear” (2001), set to excerpts from Bach ballet flats too big violin concertos, was partly influenced by that year’s 9/11 terrorist attacks, but to me that influence was not apparent, “Clear” is mostly an homage to male dancing, though Welch, apparently as an afterthought, introduced a female figure to represent Love, Danced in this program by the gorgeous, pliant Alexsandra Meijer, she weaves in and out of the proceedings and ultimately comforts the protagonist, though the “story” of clear never really came together for me..
“I’m a Brit, and I grew up in a different culture and environment. I’m not a political animal, but I felt I wanted to do something to address race and how it still divides America, when there’s such a wealth of cultural riches here. I tried not to make an overtly religious piece. Whether you share this faith or a different faith, there’s such beauty in celebrating our humanity. That’s the core of what I was trying to do, and the dancers embraced it.”. Lustig may not see himself as political, but he possesses a profound vision of dance’s essential role in building community. As part of Oakland Ballet’s April 23 performance, the company is unveiling a new partnership with Chabot College that includes extensive community engagement activities, master classes and workshops. And following up on last year’s well-received East Bay DANCES Festival, Oakland Ballet presents the second edition of the regional dance showcase Sunday afternoon at the Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts.
Escámez, a teacher, theater director and social worker who came to the Bay Area more than 20 years ago, founded Casa Circulo Cultural in Redwood City in 2009, The nonprofit provides theater classes, music, dance, online radio and other activities for the community youth, as well as English, art and other classes for adults waiting for their children, Her children have become important parts of the effort, too: Gerardo is a Taekwondo instructor; Octavio is a family fitness instructor, Fernando is an artist ballet flats too big in charge of the theater’s set construction and Casa Circulo’s Redwood City parade floats and Manuel is a professor at the University of Mexico who gives guest lectures at Casa Circulo when he’s visiting the Bay Area..
Saratoga Village Certified Farmers Market: Local farmers with fresh fruit and produce, fresh fish, food specialties and handmade crafts from local artisans. Wednesdays, 2:30-7 p.m. Blaney Plaza, Saratoga Village. saratogachamber.org or 408-867-0753. Friends Volunteers: The Friends of the Saratoga Libraries are looking for strong men who can move boxes of books from the Book-Go-Round to the Saratoga Library. This volunteer job is once a week, takes about an hour and is done in the morning. To volunteer, call Bobbi Stek at 408-868-0376.
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