PCB MAGAZINE APRILE 2018

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That flavor extends even to a pair of Bay Area groups playing in the festival: La Mixta Criolla, which has its roots in the musical culture of Puerto Rico, and Soltrón, a 10-member band out of San Francisco’s Mission District that plays a fusion of Afro-Caribbean rhythms, Latin rock, hip-hop, jazz and electronic music. The festival opens at 5 p.m. Friday and runs through Sunday at Plaza de Cesar Chavez and other downtown San Jose locations. Get schedule and ticket information at www.summerfest.sanjosejazz.org.

Before gaining fame, the 4-foot-11 Chenoweth often stunned producers at auditions, when she segued from her energetic, elfin speaking voice to a thrillingly powerful singing voice, “The surprise element has always been a surprise for me,” she says, “But I quickly learned, at a young age, that it was a good thing, It’s all right to be the littlest one in the class, It’s all right to have a squeaky wedding blue flats crystals and pearls,ballet style ivory slippers, flat shoes custom colors available,snowflake, romantic, lace voice, It’s all right to surprise people. I’m sure those things have prevented me from getting jobs in the past, but they’re also the very things that have allowed me to create original work..

The cost is $89 per child; $70 each for two or more children (snacks included). Scholarships are available. For information and registration, call the church office at 925-634-6625 or email office@stannechurchbyron. Antioch summer concerts begin July 5. ANTIOCH — The Arts and Cultural Foundation of Antioch presents the Saturday Summer Concert Series opening with Vocal Ease & The Boggie Men featuring music of the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s. The performance is from 6 to 8 p.m. July 5 at Waldie Plaza, Second and I streets in downtown Antioch.

— Sandy Cohen, JULIE BOWEN wedding blue flats crystals and pearls,ballet style ivory slippers, flat shoes custom colors available,snowflake, romantic, lace CALLED THAT ONE, Claire Danes got a warm congratulatory hug from Julie Bowen when the winner of this year’s Emmy for best dramatic actress in a TV series bumped into one of the stars of the comedy “Modern Family” backstage, “No great surprise,” said Bowen, herself a nominee for supporting actress in a comedy series and a past two-time winner of that award, “Are you going to rush home to baby?” she asked Danes, “Baby’s asleep!” Danes said before collecting her Emmy..

Blomstedt, who now carries the title “Conductor Laureate of the San Francisco Symphony,” is halfway through his engagement to conduct two weeks of concerts here. During this final week, he will conduct the San Francisco Symphony and Chorus in three performances of an all-Brahms concert featuring the monumental “A German Requiem.” The programs also will include selections from his “Eleven Chorale Preludes,” featuring Symphony organist Jonathan Dimmock; and the Chorus, led by Ragnar Bohlin, performing a Brahms motet, “Why Is Light Given?”.