Nakamatsu and Manasse have performed as a duo since 2004. Area audiences know Nakamatsu best as the winner of the 1997 Van Cliburn competition and a top-notch interpreter of, among others, Chopin and Brahms. The Juilliard School-trained Manasse is the principal clarinetist for the American Ballet Theatre and Mostly Mozart Festival, and is the former principal clarinetist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Manasse and Nakamatsu are the co-artistic directors of the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival, and the duo has released a CD of Brahms clarinet sonatas.
• “An Entomologist’s Love cute ballerina ballet girls clip art set png files 300 dpi - commercial small business use Story.” By Melissa Ross, “The love lives of bugs fascinate two 30-something researchers at New York’’s Museum of Natural History, but their own conflicted love affairs are under the microscope in this hilarious, edgy, and explicit look at love in our times.” Noon Aug.16, • “Tokyo Fish Story.” By Kimber Lee, “Generations, gender, and tradition collide as a Sushi Master struggles to preserve ancient artistry in a society obsessed with change.” 8 p.m, Aug, 15 and 17..
Local artist show to open Dec. 3 at Lynn House. ANTIOCH — The seventh annual Local Artist Collection run Dec. 3-21 at the Lynn House Gallery, 809 W. First St. The free artist reception will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec. 3. The exhibit, a local favorite, features 35 local artists, and is a diverse, non-themed, mixed-media exhibit of artworks featuring paintings and photographs. The show is a local favorite and provides the community an opportunity to view and purchase art during the holiday season.
Anime Afternoon, “Evangelion 1.1: You Are (Not) Alone,” is the feature-length re-imagining of the legendary anime, “Neon Genesis Evangelion.” Best for grades 8 to 12, 3 to 4:30 p.m, Feb, 28, Alameda Main Library, Stafford Room, 1550 Oak St., Alameda, 510-747-7777, www.alamedafree.org, Crab Fest Fun Raiser, Alameda Teachers and the Alameda Firefighters Association hold their second annual Crab Fest “Fun” Raiser featuring special guest State Superintendent of Public Institution Tom Torlakson, a feast of all-you-can-eat crab and fixings, a raffle, and more, Benefits Alameda Point Collaborative’s children and teen programs, 6 p.m, Feb, 28, $50, Albert H, DeWitt Officers Club, 641 West Redline Ave., cute ballerina ballet girls clip art set png files 300 dpi - commercial small business use Alameda, 925-209-6725, firstname.lastname@example.org..
This year about 30 kids will attend Camp Campbell at no cost and will enjoy activities such as hikes, games and swimming. They also spend a day at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. The camp is run by about 30 volunteer firefighters, nurses and other community members from several Bay Area counties, as well as staff members from Camp Campbell. San Jose resident Eli Gonzales was 3 when he was burned in an accident during a family outing in 2011 at Sunset State Beach in Watsonville, according to his mother, Rebecca Gonzales. He was playing with a favorite toy that landed in one of the park’s large fire pits. Although no fire was burning when the family arrived, someone had covered smoldering coals with sand.