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White said that the community has embraced “Jazz at the Lesher Center” and the caliber of the performances that promises to be a regular offering for years to come. Grammy-nominated singer and pianist Karrin Allyson will kick off the series on July 12, followed by acclaimed jazz guitarist and vocalist John Pizzarelli on Aug. 9. The Clayton Brothers Quintet will perform on Aug. 16, and multi-Grammy-winning trumpeter Roy Hargrove wraps up the series on Aug before pointe shoes. 23. Allyson, who grew up in the Midwest, moved to the Bay Area, living in Oakland during her senior year at Holy Names High School, where she got involved in musical theater..
Even though her music has taken her all over the world, Allyson said she looks forward to returning to the Bay Area where she’s performed at such venues as Yoshi’s and the Concord Jazz Festival. She began her recording career with Concord Jazz in 1992. “I’m happy to go back there,” said Allyson, who now lives in New York City before pointe shoes. “I grew up in the 70s singing and studying classical piano. “My college mates tuned me into jazz.”. Since then, she’s performed from the songbooks of some of the greatest jazz legends..
It tells the stories of five individuals in Zambia, Ghana, India, Guatemala and California who use the bicycle as a way to create positive change for themselves and their families. “With My Own Two Wheels” was nominated for the Social Justice Award in Documentary Film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. The Lafayette screening will take place at 6:30 p.m. July 31, at the Lafayette Library and Learning Center. The film producers, who live in Berkeley, will attend to answer questions about the film and its message before pointe shoes.
Free snacks, cookies, coffee and refreshments will be served. A donation of $10 ($5 for students) is requested for entry. This show is an opportunity for homeowners and interior designers/decorators alike to view the breadth of artistic offerings in the gallery. See how the Lafayette Art Gallery can become a partner in the design process for your home. Also, in July a kinetic sculptural piece by Scott Tyler will grace the gallery’s patio before pointe shoes. he and his wife Grace Upshaw both attended Acalanes High School and remain active members of our Central Contra Costa community..
The Lafayette Art Gallery is also continuing the popular “Second Fridays” program, monthly receptions to which the public is cordially invited. Come between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m before pointe shoes. July 11 and Aug. 8 to meet the artists, have a glass wine, enjoy good conversation and see the art. “Orchestra of Time”will be on display through Aug. 1. The exhibit features pieces by Bay Area artists Erik Bender, Jeslyn Cantrell, Tim Hancock, James Jarett and Deni Kending. Paintings, sculpture, wood block prints and a mural will be on display..