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6 Faye Carol: The iconic Bay Area singer, usually referred to as “The Dynamic Miss Faye Carol,” can put her distinctive stamp on a wide range of jazz and blues standards, which is one reason why artists from Billy Higgins to Marcus Shelby to Albert King and Marvin Gaye have all worked with her history of pointe shoes. She returns with her trio to Cafe Stritch in San Jose Sept. 10 and performs with pianist Joe Warner at The Backroom in Berkeley on Sept. 18. Details: 8:30 p.m. Saturday; $5; 408-280-6161, www.cafestritch.com; 5 p.m. Sept. 18; $25; backroommusic.com..
7 Patti Smith and Anna Halprin: Two intriguing exhibits open at Mills College in Oakland next week. One is “Root Connections: 20 Years of the Patti Smith Collection,” featuring poetry, music and visual arts centered on the rock icon taken from the college’s permanent collection. The other is “The 96th Ritual (for Anna Halprin),” which uses photographs, videos and other items to document a 2015 tribute in San Francisco to the groundbreaking dancer and choreographer staged by the InkBoat dance/theater company. Details: Both exhibits run Sept history of pointe shoes. 14 through Dec. 11; Mills College Art Museum, Oakland; free; mcam.mills.edu..
8 “S’Wonderful”: This tribute to the music of George Gershwin is being presented by San Jose Musical Theater at the Hammer Theatre (formerly San Jose Repertory Theatre), and will benefit efforts to stage musical theater performances in San Jose. Among the performers are Kathryn Crosby; Tammy Nelson of Beach Blanket Babylon; Karen Gabay, former prima ballerina with Ballet San Jose; dancer Alex Kramer and more. Details: 7 p.m. Sept. 11 (reception 5:45 p.m); $44-$59 ($20 for reception); http://www.sjmt.org history of pointe shoes.
9 Clerestory: The nine-member Bay Area chorus consisting of vocalists who have performed with Chanticleer, Philharmonia Baroque and others opens its 11th season with a program titled “Ye Sacred Muses,” spotlighting sacred British choral music. Works include “The Triumphs of Oriana,” a tribute to Queen Elizabeth I, and “A Garland for the Queen,” commemorating the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II history of pointe shoes. The chorus performs in two of the Bay Area’s most gorgeous venues this weekend. Details: 8 p.m. Sept. 10 at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco; 4 p.m. Sept. 11 at Chapel of the Chimes, Oakland; $15-$25; www.clerestory,org..
“We want the Heart of Oakley to be a more regional festival,” Cindy Coelho said. “We want people to come out and see what Oakley has to offer.”. Part of the goal of the festival is to showcase Oakley’s best history of pointe shoes. That includes not only offering an array of Oakley’s finest entertainment, but also featuring many of the town’s local organizations and businesses. More than 50 vendors, including eight food vendors, will be downtown showing off their crafts, handing out information and offering featured food delights..