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Not really red ballet shoes for toddlers. Several decades later my husband and I went to a movie titled “The Illusionist.” Besides its gripping story, the film was graced with some of the most poignant, beautiful, melodic music we had ever heard. We remained in our seats until the final credits revealed that this music was composed by Philip Glass. I was captivated, yet humbled — and determined to listen to much more. Details: 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29; Bing Concert Hall, Stanford University; the concert is listed as sold out; call 650- 724-2464, or visit live.stanford.edu on the day of the performance for possible cancellations..

Enticing Pairings: The San Francisco Symphony, with Michael Tilson Thomas conducting, this week performs the Overture to “Dream of the Red Chamber,” by composer Bright Sheng. This is a world premiere commissioned for the S.F. Symphony, paired with San Francisco Opera’s world premiere production of the opera across the street at the War Memorial Opera House. The second pairing on the program is critically-acclaimed Chinese pianist Yuja Wang and S.F red ballet shoes for toddlers. Symphony principal trumpeter Mark Inouye, as the soloists in Shostakovich’s Concerto No. 1 for piano, trumpet and string orchestra. Then come a pair of works from Igor Stravinsky. The first is “Le Chant du rossignol” (Song of the Nightingale), a symphonic poem for orchestra adapted by the composer from his 1914 opera, “The Nightingale.” The opera is based on a story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen, and told from the point of view of a Chinese fisherman. The second Stravinsky offering is his “Suite” (the 1919 version) from his ballet, “The Firebird,” written for the Diaghilev Russian Ballet in Paris and premiered in 1910..

Details: 8 p.m red ballet shoes for toddlers. September 28 through Oct 1; Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco; $39-$179; 415-864-6000, www.sfsymphony.org. “Don Pasquale”: Gaetano Donizetti’s opera explores that timeless comic theme of an older man wedding a spirited young woman and finding out she is more than he can handle. This classic bel canto work returns to San Francisco Opera after an absence of 32 years, in a production staged by Laurent Pelly, with sets and costumes inspired by mid-20th-century Italian film comedies..

The cast includes local favorite soprano Heidi Stober as Norina/Sofronia (the wife), basso buffo Maurizio Muraro in the title role, lyric tenor Lawrence Brownlee making his company debut as Ernesto (Norina’s love interest), and baritones Lucas Meachem and Edward Nelson alternating as Dr. Malatesta, physician and matchmaker for the elderly Don Pasquale. Giuseppe Finzi conducts. This charming and tuneful opera is great fun, suitable for young, old, experienced and first-time operagoers red ballet shoes for toddlers. Having heard these singers Sept. 11 at the S.F. Opera in Golden Gate Park and in other roles in previous years, I can attest it should be splendidly sung..

Let There be Laughter – A Night of Hilarity with Michael Krasny red ballet shoes for toddlers. 5:30 p.m. Oct. 9. Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, The Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. $15-25. www.paloaltojcc.org or 650-223-8700. Menlowe Ballet. “Tribute.” 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3; 2 and 8 p.m. Nov. 5; 2 p.m. Nov. 6. “World premieres, a classical jewel, and the revival of a signature company work.” $30-$60; www.menloweballet.org or by 800-595-4849. Group tickets rates are available..

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