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— Gieson Cacho. Love, Adams and Frankenstein: Some exciting, big-ticket dance works are on the horizon for 2017, two that plug into key Bay Area milestones and another that promises to be a real monster — literally ankle wrap ballet flats. Here’s a look. Cal Performances joins the John Adams’ 70th birthday bash next month, presenting a revival of choreographer Lucinda Childs’ acclaimed 1983 work “Available Light,” set to Adams’ “Light Over Water.” The work also features famed designer Frank Gehry’s set. Performances are 8 p.m. Feb. 3-5 at UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall; $36-$126; 510-642-9988, calperformances.org..
Also in February, San Francisco Ballet presents the North American premiere of Liam Scarlett’s epic, three-act “Frankenstein,” set to a commissioned score by Lowell Liebermann and featuring a gothic set and costume design by John Macfarlane. Performances are Feb. 17-26 at the War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco; tickets are $35-$398; 415-865-2000, www.sfballet.org ankle wrap ballet flats. And Smuin tips its hat to the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love with its spring program, “Dance SerieS 02,” which is centerpieced by an as-yet untitled new work by famed choreographer Trey McIntyre (whose “Oh, Inverted World” has been a favorite with Smuin Ballet fans) devoted to the peace, love and tumult that consumed San Francisco in 1967. The program will be performed May 5 through June 3 in Mountain View, Walnut Creek, San Francisco and Carmel; tickets are $25-$68; www.smuinballet.org..
— Randy McMullen. Vijay Iyer and friends: Vijay Iyer is celebrating his new post as resident artistic director at SFJazz in high style. The accomplished pianist-composer performs in four different musical settings (ranging from duos to large ensembles) during a four-night stand, Feb. 9-12, at the SFJazz Center in San Francisco. The first night features Iyer performing duets with trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith and saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa. The Feb ankle wrap ballet flats. 10 gig is a collaboration with poet-writer Teju Cole and Iyer’s large group Open City, while Feb. 11 finds tenor saxophonist Mark Shim and Oakland trumpet sensation Ambrose Akinmusire joining the Vijay Iyer Trio. The stand concludes on Feb. 12 with Iyer’s recent trio project featuring Prasanna on guitar and Nitin Mitta on tabla. Tickets are $30-$90; 866-920-5299, sfjazz.org..
After decades of fruitless scanning the skies for alien messages, scientists say it’s time to try a basic rule of etiquette: Say “hello” first. We should broadcast our own signal to E.T., rather than just waiting for it to call us, as prevailing projects have done. That’s the vision of a new San Francisco-based organization called METI, or Messaging Extra Terrestrial Intelligence ankle wrap ballet flats. By the end of 2018, the project aims to send some conversation-starters via radio or laser signals — the mathematical equivalent of “we’re here and would love to chat!” — to nearby rocky planets, then out to more distant neighborhoods, hundreds or thousands of light years away..
It would be the first effort to send powerful, repeated and intentional messages into space, targeting the same stars over months or even years ankle wrap ballet flats. This could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship, said Douglas Vakoch, president of METI and former director of Interstellar Message Composition at the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute in Mountain View, known as SETI. “If we want to start an exchange over the course of many generations, we want to learn and share information,” he said..