Ever dreamed of playing TAIKO drumming? Here is your chance!
The Taiko Experience Workshop
at The Memorial Hall at Enmanji Buddhist Temple, Sebastopol1200 Gravestein Hwy S. Sebastopol
Learn and perform the Japanese big drums with Sonoma County Taiko!
The Taiko Experience Workshop is a 2.5 hour workshop that will cover the basics of taiko drumming. You will be taught a song to perform with Sonoma County Taiko at the end of the workshop.
Invite your friends and family to see you play taiko!
The registration fee ($45) will cover the workshop and admission for 2 guests to the 30-minute performance (6:00-6:30).
No prior experience necessary. Ages 13 and up.
Pre-registration is required. Please contact Sonoma County Taiko today!
Sonoma State University Department of Theatre Arts & Dance continues"Water Works" performance season with premiere of "The Séance"First SSU student-written play featured in department's main season PRODUCER: Sonoma State University Dept. of Theatre Arts & Dance presents WHAT: "The Séance" By Dylan Waite Directed by Jon Robin Dramaturgy by Celine Delcayre Sex, weed, and tacos abound in Fresno when Alex, a college student, comes to arid Fresno for the funeral of her sometime lover (also named Alex) and searches for a way to honor her memory. “The Séance” is an often comic mosaic of personalities who struggle against the harsh environment of a literal and spiritual drought. "The Séance" is the first student-written play to be part of the department’s main season. Student playwright Dylan Waite's written works have been presented at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, Bay Area Playwrights Festival and Sonoma State University's “Super Mega Molten Hot Lava New Play Festival." Waite also created the "Midnight Theater" series presented at Sonoma State University. WHEN: March 7 to March 10 and March 27 to March 30, 20137:30 p.m. Thursday, March 7; Friday, March 8; Saturday, March 9; Thursday, March 28, Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30.2 p.m. Sunday, March 106:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 27 LOCATION: Studio 76, Ives HallSonoma State University1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928 PARKING: After entering the main entrance of Sonoma State University, turn right. Use Parking Lot E or Parking Lot F. Parking permits are required at all times. Permits may be purchased from the vending machines located at the entrance to parking lots. The fee is $5. Use ramp to the left of Parking Lot E to access the main entrance of Evert B. Person Theatre. COST / TICKET PRICE: Tickets $10 to $17Sonoma State University students are admitted free for all performances. ORDER TICKETS: Pre-order or reserve tickets through the box office at 707-664-2353 or online at http://www.sonoma.edu/tix BOX OFFICE: 707-664-2353School of Performing Arts Box Office. Hours: Monday thru Friday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Ives Hall on SSU Campus. WEB SITE: http://www.sonoma.edu/waterworks PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/OqI60EsuSZIemWpd643JKA
Andy Collinsworth, conductor
Gary W. Hill, guest conductor
Kyle Covington, trombone
Green Music Center, Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall
On the eve of the inaugural Sonoma Wind Band Festival, a jubilant homecoming for two Santa Rosa natives: Kyle Covington, principal trombonist of the San Diego Symphony and Paul Dooley, award-winning composer and lecturer at the University of Michigan. Under the baton of Andy Collinsworth, Covington will play the Ewazen Trombone Concerto and Dooley’s new wind band composition, Point Blank. The concert will feature an appearance by festival clinician Gary W. Hill, director of ensembles at Arizona State University.
Part of the Baker’s Dozen series.
Gary W. Hill, guest adjudicator
Andy Collinsworth, director of SSU Bands and Music Education, hosts the inaugural Sonoma Invitational Wind Band Festival. Selected high school bands from California and Nevada will receive intensive coaching and clinics with Gary W. Hill, director of ensembles at Arizona State University. Info:
The Pacific Guitar Ensemble was formed in 2010 by David Tanenbaum, chairman of the guitar faculty of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and Peppino D’Agostino as a large guitar ensemble that could perform a wide variety of repertoire. It currently has eight members (including the founders), all of whom play classical guitar and most of whom play other plucked instruments.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Sonoma State University History Club presents, Lost: The Republic of Women. Dr. Carol Pal tells the fascinating story of a network of female writers in the 17th-century. Step into narrative adventure of witty and candid forgotten women of the past. The storytelling is taking place on Tuesday, March 12th between 3-5pm at Sonoma State University in the Student Union building, 1st floor. Open to the public. It is FREE to attend. But we encourage you to donate for "Relay for Life" (organization for cancer awareness) with SSU History Club. For info, Facebook, Sonoma State History Club.
Sonoma State University Department of Theatre Arts & Dance continues
"Water Works" performance season with "1-Page Play Extravaganza"
PRODUCER: Sonoma State University Dept. of Theatre Arts & Dance presents
WHAT: "1-Page Play Extravaganza"
Curated by Paul Draper
The "1-Page Play Extravaganza" curated by Paul Draper, features one-page plays on the theme of “water” from submissions from Sonoma State University campus faculty, staff and student writers. Selected plays will be staged by faculty and student directors and will feature student actors.
WHEN: 7:30 p.m. March 13, 2013General public, students, staff and faculty welcome.
LOCATION: Warren Auditorium, Ives HallSonoma State University1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928
PARKING: After entering the main entrance of Sonoma State University, turn right. Use Parking Lot E or Parking Lot F. Parking permits are required at all times. Permits may be purchased from the vending machines located at the entrance to parking lots. The fee is $5. Use ramp to the left of Parking Lot E to access the main entrance of Evert B. Person Theatre.
COST / TICKET PRICE: Free.
WEB SITE: http://www.sonoma.edu/waterworks
Have you thought of taking that delicious family recipe and turning it into a business? Already own a food manufacturing business and want to expand? Whatever your motivation you will gain a competitive edge by learning the ups and downs, and the ins and outs of the rapidly growing specialty food industry from an insider. Topics covered in this 3-hour workshop include the planning and production process, contacts to help get you started, capitalization options, creative marketing ideas and more. Cost includes take-home packet with worksheets and resource guides.
"THE PRICE" WHO: Cinnabar Theater presents WHAT: "The Price" By Arthur Miller Two estranged brothers meet to divvy up the estate of their late father in “The Price,” a 1968 Broadway play which shines with humor rarely seen in plays by Arthur Miller. The story plays out in the Manhattan brownstone attic of the brothers’ once wealthy father which is overflowing with a lifetime of furniture, paintings, mementos and family history. The brothers (a successful doctor and a hardworking policeman) are joined by a witty, elderly antique dealer and a long-suffering wife in this powerful theatrical examination of sibling rivalry and regret. Noted actor of stage and screen, Charles Siebert is featured in the role of antique dealer Gregory Solomon. Siebert appeared in several noted productions on Broadway; starred as Dr. Riverside on the television series "Trapper John, MD" and served as director on several television series. Directed by Sheri Lee Miller WHEN: March 22 to April 7, 20138 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays;and 2 p.m. Sundays March 31 and April 7. TICKETS: $15 to $25$25 General; $22 Seniors 65 & Over; $15 Age 22 & Under LOCATION: Cinnabar Theater3333 Petaluma Blvd. North, Petaluma, CA 94952 PHONE: 707-763-892010 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday or purchase at the door. WEB SITE: www.cinnabartheater.org CAST: Madeleine Ashe of Petaluma as Esther Franz; Samson Hood of Santa Rosa as Victor Franz; John Shillington of Sebastopol as Walter Franz; and Charles Siebert * of Healdsburg as Gregory Solomon. *Member Actors Equity Association, the union of professional stage actors This production is underwritten by Ken Larson and Linda Adams
Luther Burbank’s Experiment Farm in Sebastopol, where Burbank created the Shasta Daisy and hundreds of other trees, flowers and fruits, is holding a training for docents on Sunday, March 24, at 1 PM. Volunteers will learn to share the history of the Farm and its remarkable plants with visitors. No minimum commitment; help when you're available. Check out the website at www.wschsgrf.org and call Erin Sheffield at 707-824-9492.
Each year Santa Rosa Memorial Park hosts an Easter Sunrise Service for the community. The event is located at 1900 Franklin Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95404.
Worship will be officiated by Pastor Zach Vestnys of Calvary Chapel in Petaluma and all are welcome to attend. Seating will be provided. Those who attend are encouraged to dress warmly.
Roy Malan, violin, Jill Rachuy Brindel, cello and Marilyn Thompson, piano – featuring William Klingelhoffer, horn
Hornist William Klingelhoffer of the San Francisco Opera and Ballet orchestras joins members of the Trio Navarro for the "Ezra" Horn Trio by Brian S. Wilson and the powerful Trio op. 40 of Johannes Brahms. Ralph Vaughan Williams' Quintet in D is a youthful gem composed for violin, clarinet, horn, cello and piano and will feature San Francisco Ballet Orchestra clarinetist Natalie Parker.
Telephone: 707-584-2000 Fax: 707-585-1363
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