Ingrid O’Donoghue’s class at Van Meter Elementary held their own against professional dancers from the Los Gatos Ballet who stopped by to teach the second-graders about ballet stretching, technique and choreography. It may have seemed a little out of place, but Van Meter Elementary School was the backdrop for pirouettes and demi-plies last week, but without the fancy tutus and pointe shoes. Dressed in T-shirts, jeans, shorts and leggings, Ingrid O’Donoghue’s class held their own against professional dancers from the Los Gatos Ballet, who stopped by to teach the second-graders about ballet stretching, technique and choreography, as well as how to appreciate the dance form.
Music in the Glen: Doobie Brothers tribute band Long Train Runnin’ closes out this summer’s concert series, Aug, 2, 6:25 p.m, Willow Glen Elementary School, Lincoln and Minnesota avenues, Sweet HayaH: The San Jose-based band brings its high-energy dance music to the Lights and Music Concert Series, Aug, 5, 7 p.m, City Lights Theater, sale, nude python leather ballet flats, size 8 us 529 S, Second St, $10-$22 advance, $13-$25 door, cltc.org.tickets, 408-295-4200, Tribute to Tyzen Hsiao: The National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra pays tribute to Hsiao, a Taiwanese composer of the neo-Romantic school. Aug, 4, 3:30 p.m, San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts, 255 S, Almaden Blvd., San Jose, $25-$100, 408-792-4542..
“One is the intergenerational aspect; our oldest performer, Marv Tripp, graduated in 1943,” Cullinane said. “He’ll be opening the show with a song and then closing the show leading the audience to learn and sing the school anthem from long ago, ‘Oh, Technical.’ “. Other alumni on stage include: nightclub performer Estelle Jung Kelley, class of 1949; tap dancer Michael Grbich, class of 1950; and ballet dancer Omar Shabazz, class of 1989, dancing with current student Deon Oddone. Local entertainer and inspirational speaker Iminah Laura Ahmed, class of 2004, will host the show.
Married since 1983, Klein and Whaley have been steady forces on the Bay Area’s classical music scene through the decades, Yet sale, nude python leather ballet flats, size 8 us almost never do they get to perform together as they will this weekend, co-starring in two performances with Symphony Silicon Valley, Klein will make his debut on the podium with the decade-old orchestra, (He estimates that he guest-conducted the San Jose Symphony, its predecessor, eight or ten times.) And Whaley, Symphony Silicon Valley’s principal violist since it was founded, will be one of the two soloists for Mozart’s dark and delectable Sinfonia concertante for violin and viola, (Her good friend Robin Mayforth, the orchestra’s concertmaster, will be the other soloist.)..
A fitting part of the company’s golden anniversary season, “The Nutcracker” performs at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. Dec. 19 and at 2 p.m. Dec. 20 at Oakland’s historic Paramount Theatre, 2025 Broadway. This will be the sixth year that the company performs artistic director Graham Lustig’s version of the perennial favorite. Known for his vivid storytelling, sparkling choreography and often comic touches, Lustig approaches each production with exuberant energy. “The first time I saw ‘The Nutcracker,’ I was swept away. Tchaikovsky’s magnificent music and the beautiful story — what a gift,” Lustig said.
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