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Saratoga Lecture Series: The Saratoga Foothill Club public lecture series features a performance by the St. Michael Trio. The chamber ensemble of a violinist, cellist and pianist performs classical selections, along with pop and jazz in a program called “From Bach to Led Zeppelin.” Jan. 25, 7:30 p.m. $10. Saratoga Foothill Club, 20399 Park Place. 408.997.2919 or Getting Unstuck: Julie Davis, a Los Gatos-based licensed marriage and family therapist, leads a class for anyone who is frustrated, confused or sick or repeating old patterns. Through discussion and interactive exercises, participants can discover what is keeping them stuck in old habits or patterns and learn tools that will help them get “unstuck.” Feb. 5, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. $23. For more information, contact LGS Recreation, 408.354.8700.

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The third movement (titled “aria: patiently waiting for the past to come”) is composed of fragments of a Baroque ritornello form, the composer explains in his program notes. These are some of the work’s most arresting passages: The theme stretches out ever so slowly and sensuously, as the textures become vaporous and as eerie overtones are coaxed from metal bowls in the percussion section. In the concerto’s final moments, the orchestra begins to blush with color, as if fragile blossoms are about to open. Here Adams toys with one of his father’s radiant moments of awakening, but he pulls back from the heat, and the piece thins and gradually dissolves, perhaps taking two or three minutes more than needed to do so. But the concerto ends with great effect — like a pop tune on a cloud, a fabulous descending chord sequence passes the solo violin as it ascends on open strings and at last vanishes into nothingness.