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Thursday night at Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley, Carneiro will lead the world premiere of “Private Alleles” by 36-year-old Mexican composer Enrico Chapela, Commissioned by the Berkeley Symphony — the first commission of Carneiro’s tenure — it will be followed by Peter Lieberson’s “Neruda Songs,” a lush cycle of love poems, to be sung by Rachel Calloway, an amber-voiced mezzo-soprano and one of Carneiro’s resident artists, Finally, the program will ballerina cake topper - ballet cake topper - ballerina party decorations - ballet party decorations - slippers - little ballerin end with the Andalusian and French colors of Manuel de Falla’s “El amor brujo” (“Love, the Magician”), again featuring Calloway..

5. The Good Wife. Five seasons in, CBS’s The Good Wife has never been more propulsive, taut, slinky, cynical, clever. It is single-handedly making the case that networks need not be a wasteland for great dramas, while also showing up every other procedural in the game. (Compared to The Good Wife’s cases of the week, it sometimes seems other procedurals aren’t really trying.) The season has been fueled by Alicia Florrick’s (Julianna Margulies) decision to start her own law firm, a juicy storyline that builds on the show’s (and its audience’s) deep, deep understanding of the characters — the sort of knowledge that only comes from, well, having been on the air for five years. In a year when I often felt like shows were circling the runway, putting off the timely ending (Homeland, Downton Abbey, The Fall, Broadchurch, even Mad Men), The Good Wife restored my faith that there are creative benefits to doing what only TV can do — go on and on and on.

Details: Extended through March 5; SF Playhouse, San Francisco; $25-$120; 415-677-9596, http://sfplayhouse.org, 2 KRONOS ballerina cake topper - ballet cake topper - ballerina party decorations - ballet party decorations - slippers - little ballerin FESTIVAL: The famed Kronos Quartet kicks off its four-day concert series Feb, 4 with a performance featuring the West Coast premiere of “Chernobyl, the Harvest,” with the composer, Mariana Sadovska, singing and performing on the Indian harmonium, Other highlights include the West Coast premiere of Sahba Aminikia’s “Sound, Only Sound Remains,” featuring the San Francisco Girls Chorus..

All the information about the festival can be found at www.artandsouloakland.com. But I’m mainly here to concentrate on the music right now. So, here are my top picks for the 2018 Art and Soul Oakland. Pointer Sisters — Of course, I am leading off with this legendary Oakland vocal troupe. It should be a blast to hear the Pointer Sisters perform such big hits as “Jump (for My Love),” “Automatic,” “Fire,” “He’s So Shy,” “Slow Hand” and “I’m So Excited” before a hometown crowd. Indeed, I’m betting that this set will be nothing less than the defining moment of this year’s festival. And, quite fittingly, the band will receive the official key to the City of Oakland following the performance.

 

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