Details: 7:30 p.m. Feb. 11 and 4 p.m. Feb. 12 at Malonga Casquelourd Center, Oakland; 7:30 p.m. Feb. 18, 19, 25 and 26 at Dance Mission Theatre, San Francisco; $10-$30; www.bcfhereandnow.com. 2 Looking for flamenco?: Two noteworthy shows are going on this weekend and beyond. The Flamenco Society of San Jose is presenting “Andalucia,” a dance/concert extravaganza featuring Spanish artists, including dancer Antonio Molina, vocalist Felipa del Moreno and guitarist Manuel Valencia. And at Z Space performance complex in San Francisco, Soledad Barrio and her group Noche Flamenco are performing “Antigona,” a flamenco adaptation of Sophocle’s tragedy “Antigone.”.
As much as I love Tommy, I don’t know how much further he can go, He has a tough time remembering the routines and Peta talks to him throughout each dance, reminding he what comes next, He’s been very impressive on the show — usually the older celebs are the first ones to go home, but he’s hanging tough, It’s getting down to the final weeks of the show and I think Tom said ballet themed 2nd birthday chalkboard - digital - ballerina chalkboard - girl's 2nd birthday chalkboard - pink ballerina cha that next week is the quarterfinals, So far, there really is no one strong couple to give an early lead in winning the Mirrorball Trophy, This season, it’s really going down to the wire, See you next week — keep dancing..
He then set about becoming “him.”. Now, at age 45, having danced with Walnut Creek-based Diablo Ballet from 2002 until his “final” performance on Nov. 15, the Concord native is retiring. Dancing a specially created solo in “A Swingin’ Holiday” to close the chapter on his professional career, that last show was unlike any other time onstage for him, Stegge said. A film tribute and special edition bottles of wine with his picture on the label have been prepared by the company.
Outside of Mojazz, the band members keep a full calendar on doing music, Bass player Carl Herder additionally gigs with the Luis Rojas Quintet, Bohemian Knuckleboogie, Jazz Revolution, Lynne Billig and JazGroup du Jour, Orion’s Joy of Jazz, and the list continues, Pianist Alan Lee plays in the Barry Hutcherson Trio, the Montara Jazz Trio, Vivace, and the Luis Rojas Quintet, Tenor and sax man Norm Dutton is in the Luis Rojas Quintet, the Mike Galisatus Big Band, and Johnny B and the Speedshifters, Drummer Rob Hughes is a member of Vivace and is known to weigh in with the Luis Rojas Quintet, Guitarist Don Rowell heads the Don Rowell Trio, Trumpeter and flugelhornist Don Martin is in the Conjunto Buena Mezcla band, and also does music at Good Shepherd Church, Sharon ballet themed 2nd birthday chalkboard - digital - ballerina chalkboard - girl's 2nd birthday chalkboard - pink ballerina cha Martin sings in the Good Shepherd Church Choir, Guest artist Jim Lawrie is in Johnny B and the Speedshifters as well as the Rip-Tides..
12th annual San Francisco International Chocolate Salon: 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. March 11, County Fair Building, Hall of Flowers, Golden Gate Park, 1199 Ninth Ave., San Francisco. Salon highlights include chocolate tastings, chef and author talks, and a series of interviews on TasteTV’s Chocolate Television program. $20-$30. www.SFChocolateSalon.com. The Miracle Worker: Through March 11, Theatre on San Pedro Square, 29 North San Pedro St., San Jose. Follow the journey of two women, Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller, as they explore and embrace the choices before them. $32-$44. www.tabardtheatre.org/tickets.