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The fun-filled event will be held Saturday, January 28, at Pacifica’s Moose Lodge in Sharp Park. Performances will be split into two sessions. In the afternoon at 4 p.m., the PSD Jazz ensembles from Cabrillo, Vallemar, Ingrid B. Lacy and Ocean Shore Schools will play some great tunes. The Terra Nova High School Jazz Band members will join their younger counterparts and demonstrate how more experience and practice pays off. The cost for the afternoon show is $10 for 12 years and younger and $15 for 13 and up.

Taking the stage from opposite ends, Jay Z and Timberlake immediately kicked the show into high gear with a righteous “Holy Grail,” which hails from the rapper’s latest chart-topper, “Magna Carta & Holy Grail.” They built on that momentum as they continued through Justin’s “Rock Your Body” (from 2002’s “Justified”) and Jay’s “On to the Next One” (from 2009’s “The Blueprint 3”), Timberlake’s long layoff from touring to ballet mom ballerina mom dance mom - hoodie focus on his equally impressive movie career didn’t hamper his performance, If anything, he was more sensational than before, combining good-as-ever dance moves with an even greater onstage charisma, increased maturity as a vocalist and a deeper songbook (thanks to this year’s “The 20/20 Experience”)..

In honor of the return of the “Phantom,” which will be lurking in the shadows of San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts Sept. 15 through Oct. 2 to launch the Broadway San Jose season, here’s a roundup of fascinating “Phantom” facts. Check out this breakdown of “Phantom” by the numbers and remember to duck when that chandelier crashes. ‘The Phantom of the Opera’. Presented by Broadway San Jose. Through: Sept. 15-Oct. 2. Where: Center for the Performing Arts, 255 S. Almaden Blvd.,  San Jose.

The result, Ely would say over the years, was that he had to stand on his toes, lean his head back and shout as loudly as he could just to be heard over the drums and guitars, It might not have helped, either, that the 20-year-old musician was wearing braces at the time, although Ely maintained that the real problem was trying to sing with his head tilted back at a 45-degree angle, In any case, the end result was that about the only words anyone could clearly understand were contained in the song’s first two ballet mom ballerina mom dance mom - hoodie lines: “Louie Louie, Oh no, We gotta go.”..

“I’m not just a mom at the party, but I’m an Austrian mother with lots of children visiting from the country farm. So many fun interactions and relationships take place without taking focus away from the main action. “I notice something new each year.”. McConnell also likes the way Lustig’s choreography blends with Tchaikovsky’s music. “He uses a lot of dance steps that make the production very lively and entertaining,” McConnell said. Making the music come alive is the Oakland East Bay Symphony under the direction of Michael Morgan.

 

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