“I heard in late November that Music & Arts wasn’t going to do Music in the Park anymore and no one was stepping forward,” Simner said. “I’d seen Scott Canali emceeing the Los Gatos Park Dance, so I approached him in mid-January about forming a committee, and he enthusiastically said yes.”. Canali, in turn, contacted Paul Kent, who also agreed to join the team. Those three are the backbone of the 2016 Music in the Park series: Simner, the Saratoga native who is a patron of the local arts scene and attends many social and cultural events in Los Gatos; Canali, the marketing guru who has lived in town since 2005 and spent 15 years on the board of San Jose’s Children’s Musical Theater; and Kent, the longtime town cat who is the leader of the popular Houserockers band.
He has received rave reviews and numerous awards for starring roles in productions throughout the country ranging from Joseph in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” Che in “Evita,” and Tony in “West Side Story” to “Into the Woods,” “Pippin,” “South Pacific,” and “The Who’s Tommy.”, The performance is 8 p.m, Saturday at the El Campanil Theatre, 602 W, Second St, Adults are $27, seniors (62 and older) $25, and ages svg, ballet life, life design, girl, girls, ballet shoes, flower, bow, dance, choreography, silhouette, cricut, scrapbook, vinyl 9 to 17 are free with a paying adult..
Emmy voters might be tempted to single out Linney for a farewell nod at the end of her well-acted series. Moss was remarkable, however, in “Top of the Lake” and deserves the award. GUEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES. Margo Martindale, “The Americans,” FX. Diana Rigg, “Game of Thrones,” HBO. Carrie Preston, “The Good Wife,” CBS. Linda Cardellini, “Mad Men,” AMC. Jane Fonda, “The Newsroom,” HBO. Joan Cusack, “Shameless,” Showtime.
Both nights’ performances begin at 7 p.m, Tickets are $10; for more information, call 925-943-5846, Members of the Contra Costa Performing Arts Society will perform standards from the Great American Songbook, plus original jazz compositions, For more information, go to www.ccpas.org, The concert opens with a Poulenc sonata for violin and piano, followed by six songs for the tenor voice, The song composers include Handel, Gluck, Schubert and Schumann, Jan Koetsier’s Dresdner Trio for oboe, horn and piano appears next, The program svg, ballet life, life design, girl, girls, ballet shoes, flower, bow, dance, choreography, silhouette, cricut, scrapbook, vinyl concludes with Debussy piano preludes..
Poz-Molesky, 22, doesn’t foresee a career as a member of a dance company. She minored at Fordham in Latin American studies and theology. Thus she is spiritually motivated to “bringing professional dance to places that don’t get to experience that.”. But it’s a tossup as to who benefits most from this — the dancers or dance lovers. “For the dancers, it’s not just giving, but receiving,” she said. “The eight dancers I took to Guatemala on spring break in March, what they got out of it was a lot of humility. The response was tremendous. Dancing can be very humbling.”.
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