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SCHOOL NEWS. • San Carlos’ Brenna Gilmore, a student at Emmanuel College in Boston, has been inducted into Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society. • Six local students graduated May 6 from Azusa Pacific University in suburban Los Angeles: Palo Alto’s Micayla Brewster, East Palo Alto’s Michelle Eke, Los Altos’ Kayla Wessbecher, San Carlos’ Kezziah Costello and Christiana Cheng and Kiely Fong of Mountain View. • Mountain View’s Danielle Valdez (San Jose State), Palo Alto’s Heather Bowman (Carnegie Mellon) and Los Altos’ Maria Grins (Hillsdale College) were picked for The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi ballet shoes near me.
Anat Cohen jamming with Trio Brasileiro, a “Streetcar Named Desire” ballet and a choral take on a ancient Scottish heartbreak song top our list if cool stuff to do in the Bay Area. 1 Anat Cohen: The Israeli-born, New York City-based clarinetist and tenor saxophonist comes from a musically gifted family. Her brothers are trumpeter Avishai Cohen and saxophonist Yuval Cohen ballet shoes near me. She’s been voted clarinetist of the year by the Jazz Journalists Association nine times. She also has a rich history with with Trio Brasileiro, a Brazilian choro group with which she collaborated on the albums, “Alegria Da Casa,” “Outra Coisa: The Music of Moacir Santos, and “Rosa Dos Ventos.” Expect to hear tracks from all three albums when Cohen and the Trio land in the Bay Area this week for two shows..