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From the producers of "Port Chicago 50". A group of fraternity brothers reunite to pay tribute to one of their own. Their celebration is interrupted as they meet Jesus & the men of antiquities times. The Brothers have already lost one of their own . . . Can A Father’s Love, Save THEM?
Category: Performing Arts 11 id: 14121
First Act: The Little Prince’s Adventure Let’s journey through the classic tale of The Little Prince! In this workshop, we’ll explore music, rhythm, visual arts and movement to foster social-emotional development, increased language, and fine-gross motor skills. WHEN Saturday, June 10 10–11am WHERE Wilsey Center for Opera War Memorial Veterans Building 4th Floor 401 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CA 94102 WHO Children ages 3–5 accompanied by at least one parent/guardian COST $10 per person (both adults and children must have a ticket to attend) https://sfopera.com/littleprinceworkshop
Category: Performing Arts 11 id: 14096
Join us as we discover the fantasy opera The Little Prince. In this workshop, we'll explore music, rhythm, visual arts and movement designed to foster social-emotional development, increased language and fine-gross motor skills. The 10am workshop is sold out. Please attend the newly added 11:30am workshop! If you have any questions, please contact Alyssa Stone at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-551-6294.
Category: Performing Arts 11 id: 14126
Celebrating A Decade of Dance, Music & Song with “#Rhythmix10” Rhythmix Cultural Works Marks Its 10-Year Anniversary with a Free Community Event 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of Rhythmix Cultural Works, a local East Bay nonprofit community arts center located in Alameda where diverse cultures come together to perform, inspire, teach and interact. To celebrate this auspicious milestone, Rhythmix Cultural Works is opening its doors on Sunday, June 11 for a free afternoon event filled with fun, food, dance, music and song. #Rhythmix10 will showcase in quick succession many of our popular weekly classes including Bomba Percussion & Song Class, Buti Yoga, Capoeira with Professor Sumido, Cuban Salsa, ZUMBA with Lynda, the Beancounters marimba ensemble and more. #Rhythmix10 is a chance for artists, creators, dancers, fitness enthusiasts, musicians, singers and arts fans within the local Bay Area community to mix and mingle within a laid-back, inspiring setting. There will also be a special “10 Gears for 10 Years” awards presentation to our dedicated donors who have supported our mission over the past decade. In addition to all the festivities, we will present an exclusive archive exhibit documenting Rhythmix ongoing evolution in local East Bay community captured through photos, video and other media. Opening on June 10 to September 2, Rhythmix 10 Exhibition explores Rhythmix’s inception as a musical ensemble back in 1999 to the organization’s 2007 grand opening celebration in its current home in Alameda and how we’ve grown as an organization over the past decade. Looking back in 2017, so many amazing artists, dancers, musicians, singers and influential community members have contributed to Rhythmix’s successful first 10 years. It’s time to celebrate, give thanks and get ready for another 10 and beyond! #Rhythmix10 is free for all ages. Donations are welcome. RSVP requested.
Category: Performing Arts 11 id: 14128
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the summer that changed the world, 1967! Italian Street Painting Marin is excited to celebrate this far-out occasion through the captivating art of street painting and music June 24-25 with Summer of Love: An Art & Music Experience! Event Hours: Saturday, June 24, 2017: 10:00am to 8:00pm Sunday, June 25, 2017: 10:00am to 6:00pm Admission Details: Tickets Available At: http://ispm.brownpapertickets.com/ Children ages 12 and under: FREE! Adult 1-Day Ticket: $10.00 Adult 2-Day Ticket: $15.00 Flower Children’s Avenue & Adult Admission: $15.00 – Purchase one Flower Children’s Avenue Square and receive 50% off one Adult, 1-Day Ticket The Art Over 100 renowned Madonnari (street painters) from the United States, Canada and Mexico will come together over art – transforming the streets into an awe-inspiring quilt of talent, color, and local history. Journeying back to the era of peace and love, much of this year’s artwork will pay homage to the Summer of Love theme and focus on the cultural revolution that started in the San Francisco Bay Area, changing art, music, and the direction of the country forever. Lending even more of a psychedelic-flair to the event, attendees will have the chance to meet legendary artist Stanley Mouse and view an exhibition of his iconic Rock and Roll posters. The inspiring artwork created by the winners of EveryLife Foundation for Rare Diseases’ Rare Artist contest will be on display in the Rare Artist Gallery. The Music The songs from the summer of 1967 are some of the most iconic and influential in the history of music, and you can hear them live at Italian Street Painting Marin’s event! To get attendees groovin’ top musical hits from the era will be performed Saturday and Sunday on the main stage from very talented musicians from across the state. Don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes! Line-Up currently includes: SATURDAY The Sugarloafers - 10:45am - 11:45am Moonlight Rodeo – Noon to 1:00pm Otilia Donaire – 1:15pm to 2:45pm San Francisco Airship – 3:00pm to 4:00pm Aquarius – 5:30pm to 6:30pm & 7:00pm to 8:00pm SUNDAY Shakey Zimmerman – 11:00am to 1:00pm Ruckatan Latin Tribe – 1:15pm to 3:15pm Aquarius – 3:30pm to 4:30pm & 5:00pm to 6:00pm The final music performance schedule is subject to change. Bring the Kids! The youngest of art fans, aged 2-12 will enjoy “Flower” Children’s Avenue where they can design their own 2’ x 2’ street painting, and receive a box of chalk pastels to take home. (Fee $10.) All of those young at heart will enjoy beloved beagle, Snoopy, who will be onsite to mingle, hand out ISPM love beads and take photos. Receive a special bookmark to share your special Summer of Love: An Art and Music Experience memories on social media!
Category: Performing Arts 11 id: 14052
Step into nineteenth-century Paris and meet the bohemians from Puccini's celebrated opera! Experience the drama and romance of the main characters' unconventional, artistic lifestyles through song, movement and storytelling during this interactive workshop for families with children ages 7 and older.
Category: Performing Arts 11 id: 14129
The Kanbar Center at the Osher Marin JCC Announces the 25th Annual Summer Nights Outdoor Music Festival featuring 5 Saturday Nights of Multicultural Live Music Kid Zone, Food, Dance, Picnic, Cocktails & Fun Saturday July 8 – August 5, 2017 @ 7:00PM (May 1, 2017– SAN RAFAEL, Ca) The 25th Annual Summer Nights outdoor concert series of live music, dinners, cocktails, picnics, dancing, a Kid Zone and fun begins on Saturday July 8th, and continues for 5 consecutive Saturdays. Multicultural bands perform under beautiful Marin skies in an intimate and relaxed setting. This series has been created to celebrate diversity, find commonalities, and bring generations together through live music. 5 evenings of community building through the arts. Each concert offers dinner for sale from a local favorite restaurant, a children’s hands-on project provided by partnering non-profits, festival shopping from Good Will Industries’ Georgi & Willow, and additional pre-concert fun including dance lessons and youth student talent. THE LINE UP: 7/8~ Americana: The Brothers Comatose A southwestern-tinged, rowdy string band sound. Brothers Ben and Alex Morrison, guitar and banjo and lead vocalists, front this rocking string band that has become a West Coast headliner and national touring act in a mere handful of years. This gritty Americana roots quintet gets crowds stomping and clapping, winning over new fans with their infectious energy. Marin Academy’s own Bluegrass band opens! 7/15~ African: Thomas Mapfumo & The Blacks Unlimited Thomas Mapfumo & The Blacks Unlimited play Chimurenga music (or music for the struggle of the people), a unique African music genre whose beats are traditional and timeless. They are delivered through an electric fusion of melodious lyrics accompanied by sounds of the African thumb piano (mbira) and guitar, and speak to issues in society that include, peace, love, civil rights, equality and justice. Pre-event African Dance Class. 7/22~ Latin Big Band: Pacific Mambo Orchestra This 19-piece Latin Big Band orchestra plays salsa, Latin Jazz, cha cha cha, bachata, and more. Their crowd-funded first album (self-titled 'Pacific Mambo Orchestra’) led them to win a 20`4 Grammy in the "Best Tropical Latin Album" category. San Francisco’s Premiere Salsa Big Band. For this evening a wooden dance floor will be laid on the turf and a pre-concert Mambo Dance Class will prepare you for the main event, so bring your dancing shoes! 7/29~ Afro-Cuban: Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca Congo born musician and singer Ricardo Lemvo blends Afro-Cuban rhythms with pan-African styles. Since forming Makina Loca in 1990, Lemvo has refined his craft and vision, singing songs that celebrate life and most importantly, inspiring his audiences to let loose and dance away their worries. This event will have a wooden dance floor on the turf and pre-concert Salsa Class - be prepared for a street party that you’ll have to dance through! 8/5~ Celebrate the Summer of Love: Melvin Seals & JGB Dress as you were or wished you had been, and come celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love! Melvin, revered for his powerful, high-spirited Hammond B-3 organ and keyboards in the Jerry Garcia Band (JGB), plays with a rock-gospel-soul-rhythm and blues touch and funky style. No wonder Jerry nicknamed him "Master of the Universe”. Melvin & JGB, with their acoustic and electric ingredients and an intuitive, expressive style, bring soul, spontaneity and remarkable chops to the stage. Youth in Arts teen a cappella group ‘Til Dawn opens with songs from the era. The Summer Nights venue is perfect for picnicking but each night also offers the choice of purchasing delicious and affordable meals on-site from a local pop-up restaurant. No alcohol is allowed to be brought in, but is available for purchase. WHAT: Outdoor family- friendly concerts, fun, and dining for all ages. TICKETS: From $25. Kids 17 and under free. VIP, Reserved tables & General Admission choices WHEN: Sat. July 8, 15, 22, 29 Aug. 5 @ 7pm. Doors: 6:15 Gen Ad/ 6:00 VIP/Subscribers WHERE: The Osher Marin JCC, 200 N San Pedro Rd, San Rafael, 1/2 mile E off 101 PARKING: Ample FREE parking. TICKETS: Available at www.marinjcc.org/arts The Kanbar Center for the Performing Arts is the Performing Arts Department within the Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, California. All are welcome, and no membership is ever required to attend an event. The Center is a long-standing Marin non-profit, centrally located in Marin County and just 1/2 mile east off Hwy 101
Category: Performing Arts 11 id: 14122