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A complete schedule can be seen at www.LesherArtsCenter.org. In addition to Chevron, other major sponsors are the City of Walnut Creek, KGO Radio, Diablo Magazine, Renaissance Club Sport Walnut Creek and Walnut Creek Downtown. Tickets for shows are only $5 each and are on sale now. Parking is available at the North Locust Street Garage next to the Lesher Center for the Arts (entrance is accessible only from California Boulevard) for easy all-day parking. A flat $3 rate will cover parking for the entire day.

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This narrative threaded through Saturday’s performance, as in the opening movement (“Harold aux montagnes”) when Whaley first stated the work’s “Harold theme,” the motto or idée fixe that returns again and again. Accompanied by clarinet and harp, Whaley’s rendering of the theme was lovely; it emerged as a tender dream of a melody, a true reverie. One could imagine the wanderer, quietly giddy amid the mountain mists. As the performance continued, Whaley’s tone was sometimes sinewy, sometimes golden and round. There were some moments — as in the “Serenade” (the third movement) — when one wished for her to play out more forcefully. But she seemed to have decided that her Harold was fundamentally a dreamer.