The Song of The Nightingale: A Fairytale Musical

2:00 下午 - 10:00 下午
Town Hall Theatre


- A Musical Fairy Tale, with book, music and lyrics by award-winning Bay Area playwright Min Kahng. Based upon the Hans Christian Andersen fairy-tale, THE SONG OF THE NIGHTINGALE is an enchanting, pop musical romp for the whole family that reminds us that true beauty and worth is always found within.
THE SONG OF THE NIGHTINGALE will have 12 performances, including two previews, September 28 through October 21, 2017, at Town Hall Theatre Company, 3535 School Street, in Lafayette, CA. Tickets are $18 – $30, and are available through the Box Office at (925) 283-1557 or online at THT will host two Special Events for THE SONG OF THE NIGHTINGALE: Opening Night, on Saturday, September 30, 2017; and Lit Up at Town Hall, a literary salon, on Wednesday, October 4, 2017

SJSU Symphony Orchestra: Lou Harrison Piano Concerto ft. Sarah Cahill

7:00 下午 - 11:00 下午
San Jose State University, Music Concert Hall
San Jose  CA

The San Jose State University (SJSU) Symphony Orchestra, with pianist Sarah Cahill, celebrate the 100th Anniversary of SJSU’s own Lou Harrison, featuring his Piano Concerto, commissioned by Keith Jarrett. Directed by Fred Cohen, the orchestra will also perform works by Grieg and Mozart. Sarah Cahill is recognized as a “sterling pianist and intrepid illuminator of the classical avant-garde” (The New York Times). This performance is part of Cahill’s international tour presenting Harrison’s solo, chamber, and orchestral repertoire during his centennial year.

$20 General; $15 SJSU Faculty/Staff & Seniors; $7 Students.

Presented by San Jose State University Symphony Orchestra

San Francisco Trolley Dances

11:00 上午 - 3:00 下午
California Institute of Integral Studies
San Francisco  

Oct. 21 – 22: 11am, 11:45am, 12:30pm, 1:15pm, 2pm, 2:45pm both days

San Francisco Trolley Dances returns with performances from the city’s South of Market to Golden Gate Park. An annual, admission-free festival that takes place each October, SFTD has been dubbed “art for citizens” and “a gift to the City.” A total of 12 tours are scheduled over the weekend, six each day starting at 11am, 11:45am, 12:30pm, 1:15pm, 2pm and 2:45pm. Each tour runs approximately two hours. This year, audiences will get a taste of traditional Tibetan folk dance and music, dance theater, contact improvisation, hip hop, taiko drumming and much more.


Presented by Epiphany Dance Theater.

27th Annual Potrero Hill Festival

11:00 上午 - 4:00 下午
Potrero Hill
San Francisco 

Saturday, October 21st from 11:00AM to 4:00PM

The 27th Annual Potrero Hill Festival, Saturday, October 21st from 11am to 4pm on Potrero Hill in San Francisco. The festival features local food vendors, live entertainment and an animal shows by Fur, Scales, and Tails. Visit to get more information.

Support a great cause while having fun at the 27th Annual Potrero Hill Festival, Saturday, October 21st on Potrero Hill in San Francisco. Local food vendors will serve snacks and lunch, while stages will keep the fun going with performances, animal shows by Fur, Scales and Tails, and a kid zone until 4pm. For more information visit

Spend a day filled with fun for the whole family at the 27th Annual Potrero Hill Festival, Saturday October 21st on Potrero Hill in San Francisco. Keep your taste buds satisfied with the many flavors of the neighborhood through local food booths as you jump into the day full force at 11am with treats from vendors and restaurants until the festivities come to a close at 4 pm. The free event benefits the Potrero Hill neighborhood house (nabe), which provides invaluable programs for the community. Please visit to get more information.

Looking for entertainment for the whole family? Come out to the 27th Annual Potrero Hill festival, Saturday, October 21st on Potrero Hill in San Francisco. The day kicks off at 11am with snacks and food from local vendors and continues through the afternoon with music, dance, kids’ activities, animal shows by fur, scales and tails, and arts and crafts until 4 pm. This year, swing-jazz band the klipptones and the rubber souls, Beatle’s tribute band will provide exciting live performances. For more information please visit


3:30 下午 - 9:30 下午
Cowell Theater
San Francisco  

被譽為“美妙,獨特,創新”,融集中國古典舞和西方現代舞為一體的著名蔡福麗舞蹈團,將在十月二十一日,星期六,晚上八點, 和十月二十二日, 星期日,下午三點半在梅森中心的考威爾劇院公演。

旅美舞蹈家蔡福麗原是上海歌劇院的舞蹈演員。自來美後,蔡福麗於一九八八年在舊金山創辦了蔡福麗舞蹈團。蔡福麗結合中國古典舞,西方芭蕾舞和現代舞創立了獨豎一格的中國女性現代舞蹈。 在多年的努力和建樹下,她成功地在美國主流社會中傳播中國舞蹈藝術。作為華人,她已成為在美國舞蹈界的重要代表。
蔡福麗曾多次榮獲聯邦藝術基金會,洛克菲勒基金會,詹姆斯歐文基金會,加州藝術委員會,舊金山藝術委員會,沙加緬度藝術委員會,灣區舞蹈基金會和創作基金等各種機構頒發的委約獎,創作獎和藝術家成就獎。 並在一九九六和二零一六年,兩次獲得著名的鄧肯舞蹈獎的编舞和表演奖。

Community Music Day

10:00 上午 - 3:00 下午
Crowden Music Center
Berkeley  CA

Community Music Day is Crowden’s annual FREE musical carnival for the entire family. Join Crowden, SF Chamber Orchestra, SFGirls Chorus, and East Bay Music Together for a day of musical fun and exploration!

Kids and adults alike touch and learn to make sounds on the instruments of a symphony orchestra in our huge “Instrument Petting Zoo.” SF Chamber Orchestra performs Very First Concerts for wriggly toddlers, with repeat performances of “Big, Bold, Brass!” at 10:40, 11:20, and 12:00pm. The celebration also includes instrument making, class demos, face painting, and musical performances for kids, by kids all day. Every child receives a special prize at Community Music Day. Please join us!


Presented by Crowden Music Center

Noe Valley Chamber Music Presents: Angela Lee and Marc Teicholz

3:30 下午 - 6:00 下午
Noe Valley Ministry
San Francisco  

On Sunday, October 22, 2017 we kick off our season in style with an unusual instrument combination-cello and classical guitar-featuring Angela Lee and Marc Teicholz. They will perform works by Christoph Schaffrath, Franz Schubert, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Radames Gnattali and Antonio Carlos Jobim.

3:30pm Doors Open
4:00pm Performance

The performance lasts approximately 2 hours, including a short intermission with wine and cheese. Join us for an AfterParty, immediately following the performance.

Childcare is available. Public transportation recommended (48 Bus and J Church). Street parking.

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

Tickets range from $15-$30 (FREE for children 12 and under. $30 at the door; $25 in advance/seniors; $15 for students.).

Presented by Noe Valley Chamber Music

Moon Mouse: A Space Odyssey at the OFJCC: A Children’s Show

4:30 下午 - 7:15 下午
Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
Palo Alto   CA

Oct 22, 4:30 – 5:30 PM & 6:15 – 7:15 PM

Lightwire Theater presents “Moon Mouse”, a cosmic adventure about celebrating differences.

Marvin the Mouse wants to be popular. Constantly bullied and picked on by the “cool” rats, he is labeled as a loser and a geek. As respite, Marvin retreats into his science books and a world of fantasy. He longs to have adventures and be the hero.

Join Marvin on the space adventure of a lifetime: a trip to the surface of the moon on his homemade rocket. There he meets a strange cast of misfit creatures, learns of infinite peril and views awesome beauty. Will Marvin make his dreams come true and experience the glory and acceptance he craves?

The show will be performed at 4:30 PM and 6:15 PM.

$35 General Public | $30 Members and J-Pass holders | $25 Children of All Ages.

Presented by The Oshman Family JCC.

Snow White and the 7 Little People

11:00 上午 - 7:00 下午
Historic Hoover Theatre
San Jose 

Friday, 10/27 – 7pm; Saturday, 10/28 – 11am; Sunday, 10/29 – 1pm; Friday, 11/3 – 7pm; Saturday, 11/4 – 11am, 3pm and 7pm; Sunday, 11/5 – 11am and 3pm

Join us for an original twist on Snow White with such classic hits as Mack the Knife, Working in a Coal Mine, I Put a Spell on You and Killer Queen, Snow White and the Seven Little People sets out on a journey to find out … How will Snow White and Prince William Reisling find each other? Will Queen Evanora get her revenge as Granny Smith? Can Robin and the Bluejays defeat Raven and the Magpies? How will the Forest Animals lead Snow White to the Little People for shelter? The answers to these and many other questions will be answered in stunning musical theatre technicolor in Playful People Productions Fall Mashup show, Snow White and the Seven Little People.

$12 attendees 12 and up, $8 children 11 and under, and $6 Children’s floor seating; Tickets at the door (30 minutes prior to curtain) $15 attendees 12 and up, $10 children 11 and under, and $6 Children’s floor seating.

Presented by Playful People Productions.

Opera for Families: Fables and Fantasy

10:30 上午 - 1:00 下午
Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
Palo Alto   CA

Join us for a magical musical show with lots of fun surprises! Featured are songs from “Masked Ball” by Verdi, “Die Fledermaus” by Strauss, “Peter Pan,” “Phantom of the Opera,” “Frozen” and more.

Opera for Families was created to spread the magic of opera among children of all ages in a way that is up-to-date, fascinating and, of course, fun.

Two singers and a pianist will perform pieces from operas and musicals, enhancing their performance with insightful explanations, role-playing games and exercises to help the young audience explore different aspects of opera.

All ages welcome. Come dressed up in your favorite costume.

$18 General Public | $15 Members, Children (all ages) and J-Pass Holders.

Presented by The Oshman Family JCC


5:00 下午 - 8:00 下午
St. Mary’s Square in Chinatown
San Francisco   CA

Oakland Ballet Presents Luna Mexicana: A Day of the Dead Celebration

7:00 下午 - 10:00 下午
The Paramount Theatre

Oakalnd Ballet presents Graham Lustig’s Luna Mexicana, a family-friendly celebration of the Mexican Day of the Dead, at the Paramount Theatre on Friday, November 3 at 7pm. The program features festive choreography, vivid costumes, striking makeup and a mix of folkloric and modern Mexican music. Based on traditional Mexican Dia de los Muertos celebrations, where the living honor the spirits of the dead with offerings of food, music and dance, Luna Mexicana tells the story of a young woman whose departed loved ones joyously dance back to life in the form of teetering skeletons, skirt-swishing girls, a high flying “deer dancer” and a rickety bride and groom duet.

Tickets are $20-$45, with discounts available for seniors, college students, and children under age 18.

Presented by Oakland Ballet Company

Children of Hobbes

7:00 下午 - 11:00 下午
Shawl-Anderson Dance Center

November 17-19, Friday and Saturday at 8:00 pm, Sunday at 7:00 pm

In 1651, the philosopher Thomas Hobbes wrote: “In the nature of man, we find three principle causes of quarrel: competition, diffidence and glory.”

The evening-length dance “Children of Hobbes” is a direct response to our nation’s current politics. Just as the 2016 election revealed the darker side of human nature that usually hides in the shadows and corners, this dance exposes the power imbalances and moral dilemmas resulting from the endlessly complex interplay between individuals and society.

Presented by Quicksilver Dance.