ballet dancer + perfect shoes +show light, a3, watercolour, contemporary, fine art

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ballet dancer + perfect shoes +show light, a3, watercolour, contemporary, fine art

ballet dancer + perfect shoes +show light, a3, watercolour, contemporary, fine art

Tech Check-up Free Computer Help: noon-2 p.m. Saturdays. Teens, adults and seniors can get assistance on a drop-in basis on how to use computers, and can get help setting up e-readers, smart phones, tablets and using Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other programs. Insiders: 1-2 p.m. Oct. 22. Adults with disabilities can enjoy a laid-back setting in the library for enrichment and fun. Events differ each month and vary from arts and crafts, enjoying music and dance, and playing games on the Wii. ARF All Ears Reading: 1-2 p.m. Nov. 12. Adults with disabilities can enjoy the unconditional love of dogs and practice reading to furry friends. Dogs and their handlers are supplied courtesy of a partnership between the library and Tony LaRussa’s Animal Rescue Foundation.

“I started with trumpet in fourth grade,” said Trevor Murphy, 17, “Music doesn’t define me, but it helps me express myself.”, “It was heavy, but I loved it, even when I was 10 years old,” said Noah Ortiz, recalling his first experience playing a trombone, For Ortiz, music is an ballet dancer + perfect shoes +show light, a3, watercolour, contemporary, fine art escape and one he doesn’t believe he would have found if elementary school music hadn’t been available, “We’re known as the girls who sing,” said 15-year-old Angelica Rowell, of herself and her friends, She started playing violin in the fourth grade, “If we didn’t have music, we’d probably be doing bad things.”..

Berkeley accordionist and hammered dulcimer expert Joshua Horowitz, who founded Veretski Pass with his wife, fiddler Cookie Segelstein, and bassist Stuart Brotman in the late 1980s, decided to create a folk opera that captured the weirdness of the original tale. “Cookie wanted us to do something on Jewish superstitions, omens and dreams, and so many superstitions led back to a single source, Lilith,” says Horowitz, the production’s primary composer and librettist. “When you look at the medieval period, it’s filled with amulets and incantations to ward off Lilith, who was thought to be a demon responsible for infant mortality. The spells seem ridiculous to the modern mind, but 30 to 40 percent of children died at childbirth. They didn’t know why, and it wasn’t theologically tenable.”.

Dadian worked with the Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee, which focused on children’s rights and childhood labor, “We came up with lots of ideas about how to raise money and help children, such as marathons and bake sales,” she said, “We would send the money to the government to give to families that don’t have enough food and water.”, Her fifth-grade classmate, Drew Collins, 10, along ballet dancer + perfect shoes +show light, a3, watercolour, contemporary, fine art with fellow student Chase Howard, made a presentation to the Economic and Finance Committee on the topic of microfinance from the perspective of the people in Thailand, It read in part: “Microfinance is a kind of bank that offers financial services specifically for the poor, The U.N, thinks of it as a key to fighting poverty.”..

It certainly seemed that way in the first half’s performance of Britten’s “Variations.” Based on a theme from Bridge’s “Three Idylls for String Quartet,” Britten’s 1937 score begins with an intense Introduction and a gentle Theme. The eleven variations that follow are distinct in mood, style, texture and tempo, from marches to Baroque dances, romances to Viennese waltzes. A dense fugue leads to a shimmering finale. Chen led a well-defined, propulsive performance; his own playing was brilliant and incisive, and he elicited unity from the New Century players through each new variation. Bridge and Britten were well-served.


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