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Singing T-Sisters hit Pleasanton: Oakland-based trio the T Sisters — Erika, Rachel and Chloe — perform old-timey music but suffuse it with a contemporary sensibility — and harmonies to die for. Their obvious talent and passion for their craft caught the attention of bluegrass icon Laurie Lewis, who produced the Sisters’ 2014 debut album “Kindred Lines.” Now, after dropping a second, self-titled album last year and performing at theaters and festivals around the country, the Sisters are in their home turn to kick off the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton’s new season. Details: 8 p.m best beginner pointe shoes. Saturday; $15-$25; 925-931-4848, firehousearts.org.— Randy McMullen, Staff..
Henry Kaiser celebrates Steve Lacy: Dedicated to an obscure horn that had largely disappeared from jazz during the swing era, Steve Lacy reintroduced the world to the soprano saxophone in the 1950s (even inspiring John Coltrane to pick up the wily reed). Maverick guitarist Henry Kaiser, an intrepid improviser whose discography is as expansive as his sonic palette, teams up on Saturday with soprano saxophonist Bruce Ackley (of the ROVA Saxophone Quartet) to play compositions from Lacy’s classic 1975 album “The Wire” joined by two classically trained musicians, cellist Danielle DeGruttola and London pianist Tania Chen. It’s a rare East Bay opportunity to catch Kaiser, who has spent a good deal of time in recent years as a Arctic research diver (as seen in Werner Herzog’s 2007 documentary “Encounters at the End of the World”) best beginner pointe shoes. Details: 8 p.m. Sept. 2; Piedmont Piano, Oakland; $20; 510-547-8188, www.piedmontpiano.com.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..
Art, wine, music — and baklava!: Art, wine and cultural festivals are at the forefront this Labor Day weekend — and these are events with a lot of years among them. In Woodside, the 54th annual Kings Mountain Art Fair will bring together 135 juried artists in a redwood setting (free; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 2-4; www.kingsmountainartfair.org). The Millbrae Art & Wine Festival (pictured), now in its 47th year, will feature live music, children’s playland and a car show along Broadway (free; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 2-3; millbrae.miramarevents.com). And the baklava’s over at the Belmont Greek Festival at the Church of the Holy Cross, along with folk dancing and lots more food ($5; noon-10 p.m best beginner pointe shoes. Sept. 2-3, till 8 Sept. 4; $5 adult admission; www.goholycross.org/festival/).— Linda Zavoral, Staff..
Concert is a real scorcher: There’s probably no need to check the weather forecast for Sept. 3; it’ll be a Hot Summer Night – at least at the Concord Pavilion. The annual Hot Summer Night concert, presented by radio stations Q102.1 and KBLX (102.9). This year’s bill features more than its share of well-known acts, including Ja Rule, Ashanti, Mase, Monica and Brandy. Here’s hoping Ashanti and Ja Rule take the stage together to perform “Always on Time,” “Mesmerize” and “Wonderful.” Details: 4 p.m.; $36-$136, www.livenation.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff best beginner pointe shoes.