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ballet photography - ballerina en pointe, black and white photography, ballet, dance, ballet wall prints, ballet wall art - &quo

ballet photography - ballerina en pointe, black and white photography, ballet, dance, ballet wall prints, ballet wall art - &quo

ballet photography - ballerina en pointe, black and white photography, ballet, dance, ballet wall prints, ballet wall art - &quo

There was also a musical performance of “Bailando” by Enrique Iglesias and Sean Paul that had me wishing for dancers to return, and there were international guest dancers. Les Twins, a pair of French hip-hop dancers, had such a smooth style, I yearned for more, plus Paula Abdul, head judge of “SYTYCD Australia,” (don’t laugh, it’s true) introduced Michael Dameski, an amazing acrobatic dancer who took the crown in the Aussie version of the show. The finale began with a terrific opening number choreographed by Warren Carlisle with all of the Top 20 dancers, dressed in tuxedo-style costumes, returning to pound the stage in a fast-paced routine that reminded me of a 1920s Charleston.

What: Anna Deavere Smith, When: Wednesday,Oct, 14, 7:30 p.m, Program: Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992, ballet photography - ballerina en pointe, black and white photography, ballet, dance, ballet wall prints, ballet wall art - &quo Tickets: Not available on subscription, _____________________________________________________________________________, What: The Wailin’ Jennys, When: Saturday,Oct, 17, 7:30 p.m, Where: Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford University, Tickets: $30-$65, _____________________________________________________________________________, What: Handel and Haydn Society, With Harry Christophers, artistic director and conductor;..

For more details on the event, go to www.commonwealthclub.org. SHARK STOPS BY THE TECH: Sharks defenseman Dylan DeMelo and students from Third Street Community Center came by the Tech Museum in downtown San Jose to help launch the  newest activity in the Tech Studio, “Innovation on Ice: Zamboni Design Challenge.” Through March 17, visitors can design their own wind-powered vehicle with reusable materials and test it out on a Sharks-themed mini rink. Check out more information at www.thetech.org.

Sitting at the piano, staring off into a film of snow falling on trees, perhaps a cherry orchard, Olga welcomes us into her inner circle, A spinster at 28, Olga bemoans that the trio of her sisters has broken up and now she must fly solo, but here the band always has her back, particularly Gabe Maxson, who holds his own on the harmonica, This is a sort of American fantasia on Russian themes as ballet photography - ballerina en pointe, black and white photography, ballet, dance, ballet wall prints, ballet wall art - &quo seen through the prism of the pop songbook, Wilmurt first caresses the piano keys and then dances around the mike, vamping her way from Stevie Wonder’s “Yester-Me Yester-You Yesterday” to Los Lobos “I Got Loaded.”..

The festival has booked six acts so far and is looking for more, Hayes said. Among the performers are Eric and Suzy Thompson, Cajun and blues music stylists who “have devoted their lives to the pursuit of weird and obscure old-time American music,” according to their web page. Other acts already committed include Euphonia, a four-piece acoustic combo led by singer/guitarist Sylvia Herold; Hali Hammer, a singer/songwriter known for her songs about social justice and the peace movement; and Dirty Cello, led by cellist Rebecca Roudman, that provides “a high-energy performance of everything a cello can do.”.