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Santa Clara Chorale: “Bavaria and Beer” program features Elgar’s “From the Bavarian Highlands” and more; 8 p.m. Oct. 20; Santa Clara Mission; $5-$30; www.scc.org. Oakland Symphony’s “Icons and Iconoclasts”: Michael Morgan conducts Beethoven and Shostakovich; 8 p.m. Oct. 20, Paramount Theatre, Oakland ; $25-$90; 510-444-0802, www.oaklandsymphony.org. “Philip Glass and the Class of ’37”: Presented by San Francisco Girls Chorus with members of the Philip Glass Ensemble; 7 p.m. Oct. 25; Herbst Theatre, San Francisco; $26-$60; 415-392-4400, www.cityboxoffice.com.

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Wilson, one of the founding members of the Supremes, opened her set at the Los Gatos Music & Arts Jazz Gala on Tuesday by sauntering through the crowd singing “Baby Love,” one of her hits with the 1960s group. But before she even reached the stage, the audio system cut out, eliminating her background music. Ever the pro, Wilson entertained the crowd with a couple a cappella numbers — without even the aid of a microphone — before the system came back online. The gracious singer, not yet 70, delighted the audience at La Estancia — the Los Gatos home owned by David Stonesifer and Larry Arzie — by singing many of the Supremes’ hits, plus a few ballads (it was a jazz gala, after all, celebrating the Summer of Gershwin, she pointed out). She even invited several of the female guests at the outdoor event onto the stage to back her up on a couple numbers.

Locally, the variety of classes available continues to grow, Children and adults of all ages can experiment with a variety of cultural dances, traditional ballroom styles and modern forms, The recreation departments of Campbell, Los Gatos and Saratoga have an interesting schedule of dance classes available to everyone looking to shake things up a bit, San Jose resident Mandi Muscolo has been teaching folks how to step and shuffle for nearly 10 years and currently teaches adult and senior line dancing classes at both the Campbell Community Center, 1 W, Campbell Ave., and the Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center, 208 baby girl shoes, tan, purple, lilac, baby flats, baptism, butterflies, baby ballet flats, birthday, linen shoes, gift for baby, E, Main St..

Moulton laid some of the conceptual groundwork in his seminal 1988 game piece “Precision Ball Passing.” Then the movement choir — a rhythmically mesmerizing theatrical form that draws on drama tropes dating back to ancient Greece, or earlier — was introduced in their 2009 work “The Illustrated Book of Invisible Stories.”. The choir provides commentary on the dancers in the foreground, adding depth and texture to what Moulton calls “non-language-based storytelling.” He explains, “What we’re interested in is how bodies speak to bodies — which is an older language than speech, a more primal language. We’re exploring the way somebody comes into a room and knows the vibe in a heartbeat.”.

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