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2014/09/19 00:59
2014/09/19 00:59
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Lee University, in partnership with The Hunter Museum of American Art, has announced the celebration of its sixth season of String Theory, featuring six world class concerts, beginning this...
2014/09/19 00:59
2014/09/19 00:59
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2014/09/18 18:24
2014/09/18 18:24
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Fall is here, and as all art lovers know, that means a fresh new arts season is upon us. From massive electronic music festivals to interactive art installations, many of this season's events fuse art...
2014/09/16 11:50
2014/09/16 11:50
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There’s a lot to celebrate when it comes to the progress that has been made in human rights over the past few years. The momentum of marriage equality, sports personalities coming out, and heads of...
2014/09/16 04:29
2014/09/16 04:29
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The gala opening of San Francisco Symphony's 103rd season on Sept. 3 was a sold-out success that showcased an interesting program with sparkling soloists, beautiful decorations, guests walking a red...
2014/09/12 02:03
2014/09/12 02:03
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Back in January, Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony presented a two-week Beethoven and Bates Festival. Beyond the catchy alliteration, it intriguingly -- and...
2014/09/12 01:35
2014/09/12 01:35
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Orlando Shakespeare Theater has cast the principal roles in its upcoming production of "Les Miserables," which opens Sept. 12. (For tickets or more information, call Previously cast were Florida...
2014/09/12 00:59
2014/09/12 00:59
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In the conclusion of J.’s two-part series on new clergy in the Bay Area, meet two cantors now serving Bay Area congregations. Last week’s article detailed four new senior rabbis at local...
2014/09/12 00:59
2014/09/12 00:59
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Smashing sexism Barbara KrugerRabbi Michael Rothbaum’s lesson plan, with the intriguing title “Selling Soap, Smashing Sexism, Seeing Ourselves,” was a finalist for the Jewish Women’s Archive Natalia...
2014/09/11 17:43
2014/09/11 17:43
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Formerly the frontwoman of ambient Minneapolis rock outfit Aviette and originally from El Paso, Texas, Holly Muñoz struck indie-rock gold after moving to the Bay Area to work with the San Francisco...
2014/09/11 02:24
2014/09/11 02:24
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The fall arts season got off to a rip-roaring start last week. The San Francisco Symphony opening-night gala last Wednesday night celebrated the 20th season of music director Michael Tilson Thomas'...
2014/09/08 23:57
2014/09/08 23:57
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Harbor master On Sept. 11, 2000, sailboat racer and boat designer Myron Spaulding died at the age of 94. A major figure in Sausalito's maritime history of commercial boat and ship building, Spaulding...
2014/09/08 13:34
2014/09/08 13:34
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... always wanted to do this,” Trey Anastasio said over the phone. He wasn't talking about leading Phish, the great American jam band of its generation, but making music with an orchestra. On...
2014/09/05 11:12
2014/09/05 11:12
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First movement for CSO's new chief: Building a 21st century audience Jeff Alexander, the newly named president of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, says he's thrilled to be moving to the home of an...
2014/09/04 02:24
2014/09/04 02:24
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We won't deny it, we get a little thrill when we see the crews set up the tent for the San Francisco Symphony opening gala each year. The start of the fall arts season is here, not only on Grove...
2014/09/04 02:24
2014/09/04 02:24
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As we go to press, summertime fades to fall, and a small but dedicated band of arts writers and editors gird themselves for "hell week." That's what we half-jokingly call the welter of opening nights...
2014/09/03 21:57
2014/09/03 21:57
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One recent sun-drenched morning, music poured from the windows of a stately home with a million-dollar view of the bay. It was Michael Tilson Thomas at the piano: MTT, as he is known, entertaining his...
2014/09/03 18:54
2014/09/03 18:54
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As the academic year begins at the University of California, Davis, so does the music making, dancing, sculpting, writing, reading, painting and acting. Through its academic programs, galleries and...
2014/09/01 00:22
2014/09/01 00:22
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SAN FRANCISCO -- One recent sun-drenched morning, music poured from the windows of a stately home with a million-dollar view of the bay. It was Michael Tilson Thomas at the piano: MTT, as he is known,...
2014/08/29 15:54
2014/08/29 15:54
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Bucking a sense of retrenchment in the classical music world, including highly publicized recent cutbacks by New York’s Metropolitan Opera, the Philharmonic Society of Orange County increased its...
2014/08/28 23:59
2014/08/28 23:59
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After retiring as a pediatrician at 65, Bertram Koel returned to school to earn a master’s degree in public health. For more than 10 “very fulfilling” years, he used both his new degree and his former...
2014/09/19 00:59
2014/09/19 00:59
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