4 The Kingston Trio: The band born in Palo Alto in 1957 helped turn folk songs into a commercial juggernaut and changed popular music forever. After some legal wrangling earlier this year, the outfit has a new lineup that features Josh Reynolds, son of founding member Nick Reynolds. The trio comes to Livermore’s Bankhead Theater on Nov. 17. Details: 8 p.m.; $40-$80; 825-373-6800, lvpac.org. 5 So You Think Can Dance Live: This version of the touring production born from the hit TV show features such popular “SYTYCD” finalists as Robert Green, Logan Hernandez, Lex Ishimoto, Koine Iwasaki, Dassy Lee, Kaylee Millis and more. The tour’s making two stops in the Bay Area.
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Dick Callahan, the public address announcer for the Oakland Athletics, UC Berkeley football, and St. Mary’s basketball, will narrate “The Night Before Christmas.”. Carroll will lead the wind symphony, now in its 31st season, in selections including “Holiday Rhapsody,” familiar carols, and Leroy Anderson’s popular “Sleigh Ride.” The audience will be invited to join the chorus in a singalong. The diverse selection will include hand-painted silk coasters, whimsical cupcake candles, leather bags, holiday ornaments, shimmering jewelry and decorative functional ceramics.
“Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes” earned six nods and Linney, who starred in “The Big C” and the miniseries “John Adams” on TV, got her fourth Tony nomination, The mother of a 3-year-old said she hopes to get in a power nap before she hits the stage on Tuesday night, “I think the whole company will probably have a little skip in their step,” she said, “It’s always nice to get a big old pat on the back, particularly crochet baby girl ribbon tie up ballet shoes slippers - custom made to order- when it’s a production so beloved as ours is within our own company.”..
In any event, come October, the orchestra will be back for season No. 10, and that’s something to celebrate. “I’m proud of this orchestra,” says Bales. “I’m proud of the musicians’ attention to the orchestra. I’m proud that we’re a real musical resource to the community.”. Here’s a look at the 2011-12 season (subscriptions are on sale now). Oct. 1-2. Guest conductor Gregory Vajda, who has forged a strong connection with Symphony Silicon Valley over several seasons,leads a program of virtuoso works for orchestra: Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra and Brahms’ Symphony No. 2.