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“I like everyone being thrown together,” said Leticia Javier, a 25-year-old Oakland resident who was sampling a beer that did not suit her palate. The seven-hour event featured three stages with performances by live bands, DJs and classical string instruments playing pop hits and dance groups. Twenty-two craft breweries from the Bay Area and one Juneau, Alaska, brewery offered tastings for $5 per mug. Oakland breweries included Beer Revolution, Brozeit Lokal, Linden Street Brewery, Line 51 Brewing, Oakland Brewing Company and Pacific Coast Brewing Co.

Macbeth: Through April 7, The Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway St., Redwood City, Performed by a cast of eight, William Shakespeare’s tragic tale of all-powerful ambition and consuming conscience takes on an entirely new life, focusing not only on what propels us through life, but who, $15-$37, http://dragonproductions.net/, The Phantom of ballerina throw pillow, dancer gift, ballerina decor, love, ballerina gift, dance throw pillow, ballet shoes the Opera: Through March 24, Campolindo Performing Arts Center, 300 Moraga Road, Moraga, A thrilling and romantic account of the legendary Phantom, a musical genius who dwells deep beneath a majestic opera house in Paris, $25, campochoir.com/tickets/..

Historic Trinity Cathedral — the redwood-timbered church is San Jose’s oldest — will host the San Jose-Dublin Sister City Program’s 11th annual “Winterdance,” an evening of Celtic music and dance to celebrate the season and raise funds for scholarships. Featured performers include the band Molly’s Revenge, vocalist Christa Burch and the Rosemary Turco Irish Dancers. The show begins at 7 p.m. Dec. 9 at Trinity, 81 N. Second St. Tickets: $20 advance, at www.sanjosedublin.org; $24 at the door.

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“It will feel different without that ‘force of nature,’ dear Mildred, in the hall, but we’re sure she is always there in spirit.” The Ariel Quartet is the resident ensemble of the Chamber Music Society of Sacramento. They perform monthly concerts in Davis and Sacramento, which feature the Quartet, and their associates on flute, clarinet, and piano (one of whom is pianist Dmitry Cogan, a Pacifica resident), plus a variety of guest artists such as Phil Myers, principal horn of NY Philharmonic, David Tanenbaum, classical guitarist, and Jon Nakamatsu, internationally known pianist. The Quartet returns each summer to perform at the Tahoe Chamber Music Society series in Incline Village and among other venues, also appears frequently in the “Noontime Concert Series” in San Francisco.

 

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