Death of a Salesman

All Day
San Jose Stage Company
San Jose  CA

Previews: April 1 & 2 @ 7:30 pm / April 3 @ 8:00 pm
Opening: April 4 @ 8:00 pm
Run Dates: April 1 – April 26, 2015
Wednesday & Thursday @ 7:30 pm
Friday & Saturday @ 8:00 pm
Saturday @ 2:00 pm Sunday @ 2:00 pm

TICKETS: For tickets ($20-$65) or more information, please call the box office at 408.283.7142 or order online Discounts are available for students, seniors, and groups.

Disney’s Peter Pan Jr.

All Day
Historic Hoover Theatre
San Jose  

April 24th 7pm,
April 25th 10am, 2pm & 7pm,
April 26th 10am, 2pm & 5pm,
April 30th 7pm,
May 1st 7pm,
May 2nd 11am & 4pm

Peter Pan JR. is the story of the boy who wouldn’t grow up and the girl who has to. After finding his shadow in the Darling family nursery, Peter teaches Wendy, Michael and John how to fly and sweeps them off to Never Land, where they meet Lost Boys, mermaids, indians and, of course, pirates. If the children are ever to return home, Peter must defeat Captain Hook with the help of Tinker Bell and her fairy friends. Peter Pan JR. features classic songs from the 1953 film such as, “You Can Fly!,” “Following the Leader” and “The Second Star to the Right” as well as songs from the Pirates of the Caribbean ride and the 2008 Disney film Tinker Bell.

$12 attendees 12 and up, $8 children 11 and under, and $6 Children’s floor seating.

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Romantic String Orchestra Performance

All Day


Date/Time: April 24 (Friday) at 8PM, April 25(Saturday) at 8PM, April 26 (Sunday) at 3PM

April 24: Calvary Presbyterian Church 2515 Fillmore St, San Francisco
April 25: First United Methodist Church, 625 Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto
April 26: First Congregational Church, 2345 Channing Way, Berkeley

San Francisco Chamber Orchestra will be hosting String Performance on April 24 to 26 in San Francisco, Palo Alto, and Berkeley respectively. The performance featured by 14-year-old romantic string player, Sterling Elliott. For more information, please visit

Marcin Dylla, guitar

7:30 pm
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
San Francisco   CA

Hailed by the Washington Post as “among the most gifted guitarists on the planet” Polish guitarist, Marcin Dylla is a rare phenomenon in recent history of Classical Guitar. Many music critics and music lovers certify that Marcin Dylla is among the world’s elite of classical guitar players. He has received an unparalleled number of awards including 19 First Prizes from 1996-2007 at the most prestigious international music competitions around the world.

He will be performing the following program:

PONCE: Variations and Fuge on Folio de Espana
VASKS: The Sonata of Loneliness
DIABELLI: Sonata in F Major
TANSMAN: Homage a Chopin
SIERRA: Sonata para guitarra


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Menlo Park Chorus Spring Concert

7:30 pm
Trinity Episcopal Church
Menlo Park 

Admission: Adults: $15; Seniors and Students: $12; Under 12: Free

The Menlo Park Chorus has announced its spring concert on April 25, 7:30 PM in Trinity Episcopal Church. The performance, “Around the World in 80 Minutes”, features Vivaldi’s Gloria and global songs. For more information, please visit

Male Vocal Ensemble Concert

4:00 pm
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
San Francisco 

San Francisco’s Noe Valley Music Chamber welcomes the Bay Area favorite vocal ensemble –Clerestory. Clerestory, an 8-male vocal ensemble, will present a program entitle “Love and Knight”, a tribute to the music-loving King Charlemagne and his musical legacy in Europe. Please visit for advanced ticket purchases.

Shakespeare Jubilee: All’s Well That Ends Well

6:00 pm
Aqus Cafe

4 plays in 4 places! Join us in celebrating the Bards birthday month. B.A.R.D.S (Bay Area Readers Dramatic Society) will be reading 4 of Shakespeare’s finest in various locations in Sonoma County. Our readings are largely unrehearsed…just a bunch of Shakespeare loving actors having a great time, enjoying the poetry and prose from our favorite writer!

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
April 16 @ 6pm
A’Roma Roasters
95 5th Street, Santa Rosa

Twelfth Night
April 23 @ 6pm
Coffee Catz
6761 Sebastopol Ave, Sebastopol

The Comedy of Errors
April 24 @ 6:30
Sebastopol Gallery
150 N Main St, Sebastopol

All’s Well That Ends Well
April 28 @ 6pm
Aqus Cafe
189 H Street, Petaluma

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Focus on the Cello at Berkeley Public Library’s Claremont Branch

6:00 pm
柏克萊圖書館克萊蒙特分館 Berkeley Public Library’s Claremont Branch
Berkeley  CA

Enjoy an evening performance with Berkeley’s own Jewish Music and Poetry Project on Wednesday, April 29 at 6:00pm at the Claremont Branch Library located at 2940 Benvenue at Ashby Avenue in Berkeley. The concert includes the world premiere of Berkeley composer William Ludtke’s Op. 155, Three Songs for soprano and cello with poems by Berkeley poet Marcia Falk and the U.S. premiere of Hungarian Lajos Delej’s Scherzo, recently rediscovered in the BBC archives. The poet will also attend.

For more information about this event call 510-981-6280.

PADC Community Night at Yoshi’s

8:00 pm
Yoshi’s Jack London Square
Oakland   CA

Celebrate local talent at the Piedmont Appreciating Diversity Committee’s Community Night at Yoshi’s, featuring jazz band Mingus Amungus; roots and reggae duo Mike Rufo and Far I Shields; and spoken word artists Together We Slam.

Mingus Amungus, led by Piedmont resident Miles Perkins, builds on the bebop, funk and classical rhythms of virtuoso bass player Charles Mingus. Also on the program are Piedmont singer/songwriter Mike Rufo and reggae artist Far I Shields; and Together We Slam, Piedmont students performing written word pieces.

Proceeds benefit PADC’s Grants Program, which funds programming and events supporting and promoting diversity in the Piedmont schools and community.

Tickets $25 adults/$20 students.

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Heart Of Darkness

All Day
Z Space
San Francisco 

Opera Parallele Presents U.S. Premiere of Heart Of Darkness

Friday, May 1, 2015, at 8 pm; Saturday, May 2, 2015, at 2 pm and 8 pm; Sunday, May 3, 2015, at 2 pm

Hard on the heels of the highly successful premiere of its acclaimed new production of Jake Heggie’s Dead Man Walking in February, Opera Parallele will present the U.S. premiere of Tarik O’Regan’s Heart of Darkness May 1-3 at Z Space in San Francisco. The opera will be staged in an innovative new production overseen by Opera Parallele Creative Director Brian Staufenbiel, with Artistic Director Nicole Paiement conducting. Performances are Friday, May 1, at 8 pm; Saturday, May 2, at 2 pm and 8 pm; and Sunday, May 3, at 2 pm; Z Space is located at 450 Florida Street in San Francisco. Tickets are priced $30-$85 and may be purchased at

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The world premiere of Hookman

All Day
Z Below
San Francisco 

May 6-30; Opening night, May 9 at 8pm; Wed-Thur, May 6-7 at 7pm, Fri May 8 at 8pm, May 14-24: Thurs at 7pm, Fri-Sat at 8pm, Sun at 5pm; May 27-30: Wed-Thurs at 7pm, Fri-Sat at 8pm

It’s freshman year of college and Lexi’s life is falling apart. Ever since the mysterious death of her high school best friend, Lexi has found herself stalked by a tall, dark, hook-handed stranger who has been seriously cramping her style. In this existential slasher comedy, Lexi learns what it means to grow up — and it’s not pretty.

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Resound! An Evening of Musical Dancemography

8:00 pm
San Francisco 

May 7-9, 8pm

Part rock concert, part classical dance recital, part basement hip hop party. We pair local bands and dance groups to collaborate and perform together. The night features five original dances backed by live musicians and will conclude with a big sweaty jam in the PianoFight restaurant/bar.

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ODC presents Uncertain Weather

All Day
ODC Theater
San Francisco 

May 9-10, 1pm and 4pm both days

“Uncertain Weather” follows three young people on a journey through unpredictable weather – rainstorms, squalls, windstorms, white hot deserts, sunny beach days, and much more. Embark on this engaging & fun dance performance which includes diverse styles including contemporary, ballet, house dance, rhythm tap, and Bollywood.

Directed and choreographed by ODC School Director Kimi Okada with guest choreographers Tanya Bello, Marika Brussel, Namita Kapoor, and Bianca Cabrera, Uncertain Weather features dancers from the ODC Youth & Teen Program including ODC’s teen company, ODC Dance Jam.

$7 Children, $15 Adult General, $35 School Patron.

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Robert Moses’ Kin 20th Anniversary Season and SILT World Premiere

All Day
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Forum
San Francisco 

May 14-16, 8pm to 10pm; May 17, 2pm to 4pm

Robert Moses’ Kin announces the world premiere of SILT, the Company’s 20th Anniversary Home Season, for four performances only, May 14-17 at the YBCA Forum in San Francisco.

Artistic Director, Robert Moses describes the new work for his 10-member company, saying, “SILT is a dance of relationships and the silt of our shared racial, social and economic histories, which exist alongside emotional sediment. When seeded it creates new life and our knowing and unknown influence in others lives.” He explains that the backdrop for SILT is a series of questions: What is it like to live an overly examined life? What is the nature of privacy? Do we bestow privilege in our lives or is it taken?

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Winchester Orchestra Season Finale

7:30 pm
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
San Jose 

Saturday, May 16th 7:30 p.m., Trinity Cathedral & Sunday, May 17th 3:00 p.m., West Valley College Theater

Winchester Orchestra Season Finale – Maestro Michael DiGiacinto conducts Friedrich von Flotow’s powerful Overture to his Comic Opera Martha; Pietro Mascagni’s/Ruggero Leoncavallo’s evocative Interludes; Maurice Ravel’s insistent Bolero; and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s lush Symphony No. 2.

Srs $15.00
Students: $10.00
Age up to 12 free with paying adult
Tickets available at door or PayPal.
Information: (408) 866-5302

Family Concert: Winners of the Palo Alto Philharmonic Concerto Movement Competition

3:00 pm
Cubberley Theatre
Palo Alto 

The Palo Alto Philharmonic Association is pleased to present the seven winners of this year’s Concerto Movement Competition for young virtuosi. The competition, which is held every other year, is open to musicians of high school age or younger. This year’s winners include four violinists, two pianists, and a cellist.

Tickets: General Admission and Seniors, $10; Students, $5. Tickets are available in advance from or at the door one-half hour before the performance.

The San Francisco Piano Trio

4:00 pm
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
San Francisco 

Sunday, May 17 at 4:00pm, Noe Valley Chamber Music welcomes the San Francisco Piano Trio performing works by Dvorak, Schubert, and Shostakovich.

Dvorak Piano Trio No. 3 Op. 85
Schubert Notturno D 897
Shostakovich Piano Trio no. 2 Op. 67

This concert has been made possible in part thanks to the generous support of the Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund.

Audience members have a chance to mingle with artists at a post-concert reception. Childcare is available. Ample free parking. Doors at 3:30pm.

NVCM has been presenting superb chamber music in San Francisco since 1992.

Tickets range from $20-$25 (Discounts available for seniors, students and advance purchase); Free for children 12 and under.

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Oakland City Chorus- Brahms and Beethoven

4:00 pm
Laney College, Odell Johnson Theater

The Oakland Civic Orchestra, conducted by Artistic Director Martha Stoddard and Associate Conductor Jason Oestenstad, and the Oakland City Chorus, conducted by Director John Reager, present their German Masterworks for Chorus and Orchestra concert on Sunday, May 17, at 4:00 pm, at Laney College Theater, 900 Fallon Street, in Oakland. The program features soloist Dale Tsang-Hall on piano in Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy and also includes Schubert’s Rosamunde Overture and Brahms’ Schicksalslied.

Tickets are available online from Brown Paper Tickets. For more information, please call (510) 597- 5027

$15 General, $10 Student/Senior.

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Pianist Sofya Gulyak

7:00 pm
Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
Palo Alto  

You’ll be in for a treat when world-renowned Russian pianist Sofya Gulyak visits the OFJCC to play music by Wagner, Chopin and Rachmaninoff. She has been praised for her “tremendous precision and coloration…” and was described as a “Rach star” by the Washington Post.

In September 2009 Sofya Gulyak was awarded both the 1st prize and the Princess Mary Gold Medal at the Sixteenth Leeds International Piano Competition – the first, and up to the day of writing this, the only woman to achieve this distinction. Since then, she has appeared all over the world to great acclaim.

$60 for class A seats, $50 for class B seats, $40 for class C seats in advance, $10 student/senior discount.

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BELLA Piano Trio

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
Palo Alto 

BELLA Piano Trio is a rising star in world of piano trios. BELLA will perform a recital of works by chamber music’s favorite composers.

BELLA was founded in 2009 and has become one of San Francisco’s most exciting emerging ensembles. The members have studied at Juilliard, Yale, Harvard and the prestigious Indiana Jacobs School of Music. They have performed as residents of the Banff Chamber Music Program under the directorship of Barry Shiffman and worked with members of the SF Bay area’s own St. Lawrence and Alexander String Quartets.

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Juerga Flamenca

7:00 pm
Historic Hoover Theater
San Jose  

The Flamenco Society of San Jose will host “Juerga flamenca” (Flamenco Jam Session) with musical arangements composed of dance, song, guitar, and percussion, hightligthing the passion and beauty of flamencos. Showcasing a great cast of flamenco artists; Koko de la Isla, dance – Roberto Zamora, singer – Ricardo Diaz, guitarist. Special guest apperances by various other artists.

This promises to be a very special event. Feel the passion, power and emotion of flamenco in an intimate setting. Come see and hear the wonderful singing and beautiful dance of great artists.

Great performance, full of excitement and passion.

$12 – $19.

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