But the festival’s primary guiding principle has always been for guests to have an unforgettable cultural experience. According to Sonia Tolbert, the festival’s chief operating officer, the celebrity elbow-rubbing may get a lot of press coverage, but this festival is really about musical discovery. Related ArticlesAll aboard Mendocino’s rail bikes!Fort Bragg: 3 ways to play on the Mendocino coastInn-Escapable: Mendocino’s Brewery Gulch InnFeds take-back of billions for California high-speed rail would be ‘disastrous,’ state says to fedsSpring in Sonoma: New wine tasting adventures, restaurants and events“When it comes to the performing arts, you don’t really have to have knowledge of the music,” she says. “Just having a desire to appreciate great music and experience it in this iconic setting is enough. Getting to see music in an outdoor scenic setting like this can sometimes be a transcendent experience.”.
“It’s paramount for us, as a terrestrial radio medium, to find ways to reinvent what we do,” says Aaron Axelsen, Live 105’s music director and assistant program director, “We cannot just be in the business of terrestrial radio anymore, That’s our foundation, but we need to expand the brand of Live 105.”, One key way to do that, Axelsen says, is to create “listener experiences that you can’t find anywhere else.” That would include Live 105’s three major concerts — original drawing or a print.the ballerina. pencil drawing, modern ballet art,prima ballerina ballet shoes ,tutu, wall decor, lin the warm-weather BFD, the Halloween-time Spookfest and Not So Silent Night..
Quinci Neely, taking modern jazz dance for her third year and a teaching assistant, also says “the whole class is like a family.” Like Fordjour, she is in the advanced class and choreographs production pieces. She chose jazz dance instead of physical education class as a freshman because “I don’t like to swim. I’m a cheerleader, but after a semester, I enjoyed learning something different.”. Neely, a junior, is less certain than Forjour where jazz dancing will take her. But several former students have made careers of it, including one running a dance company in New York.
For Matranga, the act of painting itself is a delicate and complex ballet, She has cerebral palsy and can’t speak, but she communicates the original drawing or a print.the ballerina. pencil drawing, modern ballet art,prima ballerina ballet shoes ,tutu, wall decor, lin colors she wants by purposefully blinking brilliant hazel eyes, When Micha Stoneham squares up the palette to her brush, she swivels her neck and cranes her head and magically … paints, “I think most people who would meet her would right off think that Jill doesn’t have a personality, that she’s just going through the motions,” said Stoneham, a gentle bear of a man with a thick beard who serves as one of the non-profit’s instructors, “When you go back later and show her what she’s created, she lights up.”..
The Bedford Gallery is in the Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek. For more information, go to bedfordgallery.org. This year’s exhibit is entitled “Making the Everyday Unique: Functional Clay and Glass from ACGA.” The gallery will show some of the best functional ceramics and glassware that California artists have created, including teapots, casseroles, bowls, serving dishes and vases from more than 20 selected artists. An artists’ reception will be held at the gallery Aug. 8 from 5:30 to 8 p.m.
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