Sanford, who was playing clarinet by the time he was 9, and now also plays saxophones and flutes, went looking for Scott’s music, and unearthed some of the old charts at an archive in Oakland. Before long, Sanford had formed the Cartoon Jazz Orchestra and the Cartoon Jazz Septet, working with a dedicated crew of musicians. “You can’t use subs with this music,” Sanford said during a recent phone interview. “It takes rehearsing. You can’t just throw a chart in front of a player, it’s too hard. Most musicians have a repertoire in classical music — as good ast they are, you don’t need much rehearsal to do a ‘Pathetique,’ an old war horse you’ve done before.
“It’s nice to see the families,” Horse said, “There’s something here for everybody.”, First-time visitors to the Stroll from Walnut Creek Jim Simon and his wife, Marla, were anxious to see what they’d been missing, “We usually go into the city on Sundays,” Marla said, “Berkeley is much closer, but we never take the time.”, Later, Jim showed off a hand-painted tie he purchased from a local artist, “It’s not the the pastel blossom - enhara designer ballet flat shoes/navy blue flower embroidered shoes/handmade indian ethnic women shoes or typical vendors you usually see in the East Bay,” he said, “I don’t wear ties often, but I’ll find a reason to wear this.”..
BRENTWOOD — Delta Gallery will present “Inspiration,” ceramic works by sculptor Julee Richardson, along with a new exhibit of work by the Art Guild of the Delta Collective. The public is invited to meet the artists and tour the new collection at a free reception from 6 to 8 p.m. July 16. Known for her bold, dynamic style, Richardson includes several themes in this cross-section of recent work. Her nonrepresentational wall pieces are playful explorations of rhythm, color, texture, form and movement. “My People,” a series of larger-than-life masks, expresses the inspiration she draws from African Americans as well as African tribes of the Omo River Valley. And in her powerful series of figurative sculptures, “The Unprotected,” the artist addresses the social jeopardy faced by women, boys and little girls all over the world. Richardson’s show will continue through Aug. 28.
Stage Right presents ‘Frankenstein: The Monster Play’, ANTIOCH — Stage Right Conservatory Theatre Inc, continues “Frankenstein: The Monster Play,” at the Nick Rodriguez Community Center at 213 F St, The play is an adaptation by Christopher O’Neil and produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company, Based on the novel by Mary Shelley, this drama is directed by Bryan Anthony, Performances are 7 p.m, Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m, Sunday, Cost is $10 general, $8 students and seniors, $5 children 10 and younger, Seniors pay $5 for the Sunday matinee, This production may not be suitable for young children, For information the pastel blossom - enhara designer ballet flat shoes/navy blue flower embroidered shoes/handmade indian ethnic women shoes or and tickets, call 925-216-4613 or go to www.srctgrp.org..
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