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BALLET SHOES Bracelet Charm, Vintage Sterling Silver, 2 Shoes, xlnt condition

Opera at the ballpark, anyone? How about Bach in beautiful Carmel-by-the-Sea? Or maybe you like your music brand new — a world premiere introduced by a living composer. This summer’s classical music festivals range far and wide, with styles, eras and locations to suit every music lover’s tastes bloch dance shoes. Talk about la dolce vita —  the Bay Area’s premier opera company is up and running with three of the great works of the Italian repertoire: Verdi’s “Rigoletto,” Mozart’s “Don Giovanni,” and Puccini’s “La Boheme.” The company’s annual “Opera at the Ballpark” live-streams “Don Giovanni” on June 30 at AT&T Park; it’s free, but reservations are required..

Details: Through July 2, War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco; $27-$398; 415-864-3330, The Ojai Music Festival, Southern California’s top contemporary music gathering, returns to Cal Performances for a three-day intensive bloch dance shoes. Composer-pianist Vijay Iyer is this year’s director; he’ll perform his own works, present an opera by George Lewis and a multimedia chamber performance of Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring.” Artists scheduled to appear include Jennifer Koh, Steven Schick, Zakir Hussein, Wadada Leo Smith and the International Contemporary Ensemble..

Details: June 15-17, Zellerbach Hall and Zellerbach Playhouse, UC Berkeley; $20 single tickets, $60 for a four-concert festival pass; 510-642-9988, Festival Opera is back with a great double bill this summer: Leoncavallo’s verismo masterpiece, “Pagliacci,” paired with “The Seven Deadly Sins” by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill bloch dance shoes. Michael Morgan conducts. Details: 8 p.m. June 24, 2 p.m. June 25; Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $20-$90; 925-943-7469,

Film scores are big at the San Francisco Symphony this summer, with programs titled “John Williams: From Star Wars to Jurassic Park” and “Pixar in Concert.” Hitmaker Ben Folds headlines a concert, Rhiannon Giddens joins the orchestra in music by Gershwin and Bernstein, and Storm Large is the star of “A Night at Moulin Rouge.” Programs devoted to Beethoven and Holst’s “The Planets” are also on the schedule bloch dance shoes. Heading outdoors? The calendar includes free Symphony concerts at Stern Grove and San Francisco’s Pier 27..

Details: July 4-29; Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco; $15-$140; 415-864-6000, bloch dance shoes. Now in its 31st year, the Mendocino Music Festival boasts a huge lineup in a stunning seaside location. Topping the list is a performance of Donizetti’s rollicking opera “Don Pasquale.” Also appearing: the Calder Quartet, violinist Jeremy Cohen, Shira Kammen, in a program of medieval and Renaissance works, and pianist Sarah Cahill, with her Stenberg/Cahill/Winant Trio, playing music by Lou Harrison. Jazz, bluegrass, a cappella and Hawaiian music round out the schedule..

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