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Sonic Runway, the first art installation in San Jose’s Playa to the Paseo partnership with Burning Man, will end its wildly popular four-month run at City Hall on March 9. We’ll certainly miss it, as the brilliantly fun set of lighted arches provided nightly entertainment for downtown visitors, who could be found experiencing its sights and sounds right up to midnight. The piece by artists Warren Trezevant and Rob Jensen isn’t going out quietly, though. The closing night will feature a fashion show, with models walking the runway, a trunk show featuring Bay Area designers in the rotunda and a lot of music sewing elastic on pointe shoes.
Like the Musical Swings that made such a big splash at Plaza de Cesar Chavez a couple of years ago, lots of people have wondered why San Jose can’t keep Sonic Runway permanently. As Kerry Adams-Hapner, San Jose’s director of cultural affairs told me, the whole idea behind Playa to the Paseo has always been to showcase different art pieces that have the same tech-minded, innovative DNA sewing elastic on pointe shoes. In other words, if you liked Sonic Runway, you should like what comes next. And there are two new pieces in the pipeline (and I’ve heard rumblings about a Sonic Runway return visit in the future, too)..
In any event, the closing event runs from 6 to 10 p.m., with models hitting the runway at 7:30 p.m sewing elastic on pointe shoes. And you can still catch Sonic Runway every night, rain or shine, between now and then from 5 p.m. to midnight. KEEPING STUDENTS ON THEIR TOES: Franco De Vita and Raymond Lukens, co-creators of the American Ballet Theater’s National Training Curriculum, are in San Jose this weekend, evaluating more than 200 students at the New Ballet School, who range in age from 5 to 24, based on the internationally recognized ABT standards..
“This is the culmination of a year’s worth of study for our students and they have all worked very hard towards this goal,” New Ballet School Director Dalia Rawson said sewing elastic on pointe shoes. The New Ballet has had quite a year beyond the school, too, with another successful run of the “San Jose Nutcracker” in December, a contemporary ballet program called “Fast Forward” in Feburary and participation in a dance film, “Nocturne,” that takes a seemingly supernatural look at the studio’s nighttime occupants and will be available on Netflix in a few weeks..
VIA SERVICES OUTROARS THE ROARING ’20S: More than 450 people stepped back into the Jazz Age for the 23rd annual Via Ball, a “Great Gatsby”-themed black-tie affair that was held Feb. 24 at Villa Ragusa in Campbell. Former KBAY morning show host Lissa Kreisler kept things rolling as emcee, as the guests enjoyed dinner, a live auction and dancing to Velvet Plum. But Via Services CEO Leslie Davis says the highlight of the evening was hearing the Ann and JD Drosche share their story of adopting 17 special-needs children over two decades, many of whom still attend camp at Via Services as young adults sewing elastic on pointe shoes.