Mission Chamber Orchestra: The orchestra opens its season with “Brilliant Combinations,” a program of works by Beethoven, Shostakovich, Mendelssohn and David Avshalomov. With soloist Tavit Tashjian, piano. Nov. 5, 7:30 p.m. $25 general/$20 seniors/$12 students/$10 youth. Le Petit Trianon, 72 N. Fifth St., San Jose. 408.236.3350 or www.missionchamber.org. The Last Romance: San Jose Repertory Theatre presents the regional premiere of a romance about finding love later in life. Through Nov. 6. $17.50-$79. San Jose Repertory Theatre, 101 Paseo de San Antonio, San Jose. 408.367.7255 or www.sjrep.com.
Since SSPA’s birth, it has always shared its space with others, Guitar classes are taught downstairs in PSP’s theater, summer blank greeting card pointe feet, ballet shoes dancer on pointe, ballerina artwork print / birthday cards, art prints, greetings camps are taught at Oceana High School, Cabrillo and Sunset Ridge, and the dance classes take place in the portables at the Oddstad Elementary School site, But that’s about to change, At Saturday’s 20th anniversary event, SSPA is also celebrating its new performing arts facility which will be located on the front lawn in the same park as PSP, Expected to be completed in a year, the almost 6,000 square foot facility will be home to two large dance studios, five small private music rooms, and a little black box theater for private music recitals..
By Ben Steverman | Bloomberg. This tax season, many wealthy Americans are getting an expensive jolt. The Republican tax overhaul signed by President Donald Trump more than a year ago provides plenty of perks for the rich. But not all well-off folks are treated alike under the new law. A controversial provision that helps pay for huge corporate tax cuts punishes residents of states with higher income taxes” most of which, but not all, lean Democratic. By setting a $10,000 cap on how much Americans can deduct in state and local taxes, or SALT for short, Washington created a pricey problem for the privileged in some parts of the country. Now that the first tax season under the overhaul is here, that reality is hitting home” and the thought of moving to a low-tax state may suddenly look more attractive.
TheatreWorks 2014 New Works Festival, Aug, 9-17, • “Norman Rockwell’s America.” Book by Lynne Kaufman, music & lyrics by Alex Mandel, “From belittled illustrator to ballyhooed artist, from whimsical covers to unforgettable images of the Civil Rights Movement, Norman Rockwell captured America’s heart by discovering its soul.” 8 p.m, Aug, 9 and 13, 4 p.m, Aug, 16, • “Describe the Night” (formerly blank greeting card pointe feet, ballet shoes dancer on pointe, ballerina artwork print / birthday cards, art prints, greetings “Liars”), By Rajiv Joseph, “This stimulating drama probes the mysterious 2010 crash of a Polish airplane, uncovering 90 years of lies, infidelity, war, secrets, and love.” 2 p.m, Aug, 10, 8 p.m, Aug, 16..
The subsequent movements — the slow and tender “Breeze Serenade,” which starts with a heart-on-the-sleeve cello melody; “Jumble Dance,” a kind of post-modern jig driven on fleet, jagged rhythms; and “Celestial Blue,” which introduces a slow, surging theme developed in pensive solos through the orchestra — were delivered expressively by Salerno-Sonnenberg and the ensemble. Higdon’s finale, “Machina Rockus,” was a blast, bringing the work to a close on a rush of high, driving spirits.
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