Montalvo is also presenting two new works of his own, a piece for the full company inspired by DTSF’s nine dancers, and a quartet for two men and two women en pointe. Known for his demanding and athletic style, Montalvo created the quartet looking to break out of choreographic conventions. “And I think it ended up working,” he says. “The quartet features two different pas de deux, and the dancers are not allowed to disconnect the whole time. It turned out to be beautiful. The piece embodies realizing how to coexist, to share weight and push away from each other’s weight.”.
The Pat Travers Band, 8 p.m, Jan, 16, $22-$28, Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City, 877-435-9849 or www.clubfoxrwc.com, Peninsula Symphony, With the Academy of Danse Libre and tap dancer Sam Weber, “The Golden Age of Hollywood.” 8 p.m, Jan, 16, San Mateo Performing Arts Center, 600 N, Delaware St., San Mateo; and 8 p.m, Jan, 17, Flint Center, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, 650-941-5291 or http://peninsulasymphony.org, The Tuttles with AJ Lee, Jam at 5 p.m., concert at 7:30 p.m, Jan, 17, Presented by Redwood Bluegrass Associates, First Presbyterian Church of Mountain View, 1667 Miramonte Ave., Mountain hanami ballet - kids - light suntan View, $20 advance, $25door (half-price for teens and students; free for under13 and music students), http://rba.org The Purple Ones, 8 p.m, Jan, 17, $12-$15, Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City, 877-435-9849 or www.clubfoxrwc.com..
At Old Town Plaza the Aztec Dancers will perform the opening ceremony and Herrera will again address the crowd before the day’s guest speaker, Ray Leon, takes the stage. Leon, based in Fresno, is founder and executive director of the San Joaquin Valley Latino Environmental Advancement & Policy Project (Valley LEAP), a Latino-based environmental nonprofit that focuses on environment and transportation, air quality, climate change, green jobs and community development. He will be speaking on the history of the Cesar Chavez movement.
Those dollars trickle into various pockets, from the performers and artists to the ushers and program printers and beyond, A seven-figure chunk makes its way to state and local government, too, The real good news is that the total amount of spending in San Jose increased by nearly 50 percent from $122 million when the survey was last conducted in 2010, That sounds even better when you consider San Jose lost two big arts groups — San Jose Rep and Silicon Valley Ballet — in the interim, But drilling deeper into the study, you can see that San Jose’s spending is about on par with Santa Barbara County — and it’s dwarfed by San Francisco and San Diego, Optimistically, that means there’s plenty of room to grow and hanami ballet - kids - light suntan improve before the next study in five years..
Monster Ball: 7:30 p.m-1 a.m. Oct. 28, USS Hornet Museum, 707 W. Hornet Ave., Pier 3. Swing horror and 60’s Frights featuring Zombie Sick Bay Crawl and Haunted Fo’ c’ sle Tour, costume contest, dancing, food, no host bar, live music. $35-$55. http://bit.ly/2vIUt9T. Alamo Plaza Halloween Event: 3-5 p.m. Oct. 31, Alamo Plaza Shopping Center, Danville Boulevard and Stone Valley Road. Trick-or-treating at participating stores, face painting, balloon twisting, crafts and a model train display. Costumes are encouraged! The center is also hosting a food drive benefitting the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano. A food barrel is located inside Alamo Safeway. http://www.AlamoPlazaShoppingCenter.com.
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