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Author:  LMCtech [ Thu Apr 28, 2005 12:40 pm ]
Post subject:  San Francisco Bay Area 2005-06 Performing Arts Seasons

From the SF Chronicle.

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'Qatsi' films, premieres in store for S.F. Performances
Joshua Kosman, Chronicle Music Critic

Thursday, April 28, 2005

The season, which runs from Sept. 17 through June 5, will also include new work by choreographer Paul Taylor and composer-vocalist Meredith Monk, as well as debuts by mezzo-soprano Vivica Genaux, cellist Pieter Wispelwey, the Belcea Quartet, the Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra and the Montreal dance troupe Compagnie Marie Chouinard.


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Author:  LMCtech [ Thu Apr 28, 2005 1:26 pm ]
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More of the same from the Contra Costa Times.

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Exciting lineup awaits SFP patrons

By Sue Gilmore

CONTRA COSTA TIMES


Superstar violinist Midori, conducting a self-designed daylong workshop on a challenging contemporary program she will perform 12 days later; and celebrated minimalist composer Philip Glass and his ensemble, performing live at a three-day Davies Hall screening of his "Qatsi" film trilogy are highlights of the 2005-06 season schedule announced by San Francisco Performances on Wednesday.


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Author:  Azlan [ Sat Apr 30, 2005 12:54 pm ]
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And one from the San Jose Mercury News:

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SAN FRANCISCO PERFORMANCES ANNOUNCES A DIVERSE, NOTABLE SEASON

By Mark Whittington
San Jose Mercury News

San Francisco Performances has announced a varied season -- from a concert and daylong workshop on contemporary music by violinist Midori to screenings of the films in the ``Qatsi'' trilogy backed by a live performance by composer Philip Glass and his ensemble. more

Author:  LMCtech [ Wed May 04, 2005 11:36 am ]
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Cal Performances Season is announced. From the Contra Costa Times.

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Cal Perf's season full of reasons to celebrate

By Sue Gilmore

CONTRA COSTA TIMES


CALIFORNIA Performances hits the big century mark with its 2005-06 season, announced Tuesday in Berkeley; and the partying will go on all concert-year long, with such high-octane celebrants as mezzo-sopranos Cecilia Bartoli and Anne Sofie von Otter, soprano Deborah Voigt, comedian John Cleese and a double bill featuring jazz greats Ramsey Lewis and Dave Brubeck.

Adding frosting to the cake for the nonstop birthday party is the happy coincidence of several other milestones observed during the new season -- singer Arlo Guthrie will be serving up anything you want, for instance, at the 40th anniversary celebration of "Alice's Restaurant." That landmark work of the '60s will be performed in full Oct. 30 with Guthrie's son Abe on keyboard duty.


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Author:  LMCtech [ Thu May 05, 2005 11:25 am ]
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From the SF Chronicle.

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Eclectic season offered by Cal Performances
Joshua Kosman, Chronicle Music Critic

Thursday, May 5, 2005

Performances by the Kirov Ballet & Orchestra, Piccolo Teatro di Milano, Cecilia Bartoli, John Cleese, Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Dave Brubeck and Ramsey Lewis are among the highlights of Cal Performances' 2005-06 season, which celebrates the 100th year of performing arts presentations at UC Berkeley.

Cal Performances traces its lineage to a 1906 appearance at the Greek Theatre by actress Sarah Bernhardt. Proceeds from her performance in the title role of Racine's "Ph├Ędre" went to help victims of the San Francisco earthquake, which had struck a month earlier.


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Author:  LMCtech [ Thu May 05, 2005 11:33 am ]
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From the San Jose Mercury News.

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Cal Performances announces 2005-06 lineup

By Mark Whittington

Mercury News


Cal Performances celebrates its 100th year with a season that ranges from mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli performing with the Zurich Orchestra La Scintilla to Arlo Guthrie marking the 40th anniversary of ``Alice's Restaurant.''

The centennial season includes performances by the Kirov Ballet, John Cleese, Deborah Voigt, Ravi Shankar, the National Ballet of China, Mariza and two visits by the Mark Morris Dance Group, which is marking its 25th anniversary in Berkeley.


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