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Alice in Winterland: Featuring OneRepublic, Train, The Last Bandoleros; 7:30 p.m. Dec. 1; The Masonic, San Francisco; $55-$95; www.ticketmaster.com. Wild 94.9’s Jingle Ball: Featuring Shawn Mendes, the Chainsmokers, Charlie Puth, more; 7:30 p.m. Dec. 1; SAP Center, San Jose; $41-$111; www.ticketmaster.com. San Jose Jazz: Holiday concert series in Plaza de Cesar Chavez in San Jose includes a Season of Hope concert with the San Jose Jazz High School All Stars Big Band (Dec. 12) and the Jason Marsalis Vibes Quartet (Dec. 15); Dec. 1-29; most events free except Marsalis ($35-$38); sanjosejazz.org.

Food is served on gold-plated dinnerware emblazoned with the 21 motif, accompanied by crystal goblets, on linen tablecloths, The event is overseen by Disney gourmet chef Andrew Sutton, Organizers can invite a total of 12 people for the dinner, which comes pointy shoes. ballet flats. pointy black shoes. black leather shoes. handmade ballet flats. personalized gift. handmade shoes. i out to $1,250 per person, toward the total cost of $15,000, “Beyond the food and drink, they love the storytelling and the chance to live the 21 Royal ‘lifestyle,’ if only for one magical evening,” Sutton said in a statement about the dining experience..

The Ardenwood celebration will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the park, 34600 Ardenwood Blvd., Fremont. DROUGHT REMINDER: As summer heats up, the drought continues to have a major impact on park district lands. Fire danger is very high and water-quality issues are, as expected, cropping up at some of our lakes and shorelines. Last week, more than 500 acres burned at Contra Loma Regional Park and adjoining city of Antioch open space. Thanks to fire crews from Contra Costa Fire, CalFire, East Bay Regional Park District, Alameda County Fire, and East Contra Costa Fire, the blaze was contained to grasslands and resulted in no structure damage and no injuries.

As the Romance began, Novo drew luminous sounds from the strings, the perfect setup for Nakamatsu’s entrance, playing Chopin’s heart-on-sleeve melody, But his reveries had a spine: His left-hand tempos pointy shoes. ballet flats. pointy black shoes. black leather shoes. handmade ballet flats. personalized gift. handmade shoes. i were unwavering, even as his right hand toyed with rubato, shaping the emotional flow, Nakamatsu’s closing passages were astonishing with their liquid touch and subtle colors, phrases answering phrases, His singing tone is most distinctly heard in slow legato passages like these, as he lets each note grow out of the decay of the previous note, But he always maintains that singing sensibility, even at unremitting tempos as in the finale, the Rondo-Vivace..

Composed in “two acts,” each containing two connected movements, the concerto begins on a short pastoral note among the strings, like an echo of Copland. The action quickly moves out and up to the solo violinist, who is given a series of cadenzas — lyric, long-noted and ribbony, with a modicum of double-stops and trick moves, all of it sounding easy under Marwood’s fingers and bow. These cadenzas keep emerging, briefly, as the violin moves in and out of the greater orchestral flow, here mimicked by piccolos, or there riding high above some new swing rhythm (Adams has worked as a jazz bassist) as one of the percussionists picks up a set of brushes.

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