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Q He was playing more “out,” more stridently?, A At the beginning, yeah, Now he plays it like he does on the recording, Q Is Tim a Dolphy fan?, A Yeah, he knows all of that stuff, That’s a whole world, the saxophone world, You know the things called “clinics” — ever heard that expression “clinic”? He goes around the world doing clinics, Q One of your inspirations for ballerina, dancer, ballet shoes, dance girl embroidered bodysuit, embroidered toddler t-shirt, embroidered t-shirt, baby shower the Saxophone Concerto was Stan Getz’s “Focus,” with the Eddie Sauter string arrangements, And when I was first listening to your new concerto — it’s hard to put my finger on it, but there’s something similar about the intensity of the mood, It kind of made me feel the same way as “Focus.”..
3. “Encino High School” – Los Angeles Mission College in Sylmar. Even though the movie wasn’t filmed in Encino proper, another San Fernardino Valley neighborhood, Sylmar, was the home of the interior shots for the movie on a soundstage. And since this is a high school comedy, there had to be a high school. Nearby Los Angeles Mission College stood in as Encino High, where Link quickly became the cool kid on campus, despite being more than 40,000 years old. 4. “California Museum of Anthropology” – La Brea Tar Pits and Museum in Los Angeles.
7 p.m., Theatre on San Pedro Square, 29 N, San Pedro St., San Jose, Free, but space is limited, Next Thursday- Sept, 25, People from all over the country come to the “Mariachi Music and Folklórico Dance Workshops” to take master classes in mariachi and ballet folklórico with Mariachi Cobre and ballet folklórico maestros José Tena and Maria Luisa Colmenarez, All day, Wyndham Hotel, 1350 N, FIRST St., San Jose, $150, www.mhcviva.org, Bay Area filmmaker Raymond Telles presents the local premiere of his documentary, “The Storm That Swept Mexico,” which tells the story of the Mexican revolution of ballerina, dancer, ballet shoes, dance girl embroidered bodysuit, embroidered toddler t-shirt, embroidered t-shirt, baby shower 1910, The film will be shown later this year on PBS..
Playful, lusty and bursting with energy, “Fancy Free” immediately opened up a world of possibility for American ballet, which had mostly looked backward to the nation’s mythic past, a la Eugene Loring’s “Billy the Kid” and Agnes de Mille’s “Rodeo,” rather than planting a flag in the roiling present. Robbins not only sized up and seized the moment, he audaciously set “Fancy Free” at a corner bar near Times Square, a mere two blocks from the old Met stage where the dance was premiering.