An Oddity to the World of Dance and Music

By: Stephany Valdez

An eccentric group of individuals with an extraordinary and memorable performance.

Ticket and brochure to the performance
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The One and Only San Francisco Symphony

By: Stephany Valdez

“If you’re alive, you have all the experience necessary to understand classical music” – Michael Tilson Thomson, music director of San Francisco Symphony

My ticket and brochure for the performance.
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One teenage boy, but a lot of mysteries

By: Stephany Valdez

A play about a teenage boy who is faced with many mysteries to solve.

For this weeks show, our FAA class went to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time directed by our very own instructor, Latrelle Bright! This amazing play is about Christopher, a teenage boy who falls on the Autism Spectrum Disorder, and is faced with a mystery to solve: who murdered his neighbor’s dog?

My ticket along with the brochure for the play.
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Renee Baker: a passionate composer

By: Stephany Valdez

Renee Baker, a composer with a growing number of silent films she has scored.

Renee Baker, a composer. Picture from https://everythingismusic.vcfa.edu/2017/12/19/renee-baker-took-flight-new-directions-vcfa/
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The Tragedy in The Rape of Lucretia

By: Stephany Valdez

An operatic performance about a faithful wife that finds herself in an unattended act of betrayal due to the jealousy men.

My ticket to the performance along with the brochure for the event.
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A New World of Music: Jupiter String Quartet

By: Stephany Valdez

Jupiter Spring Quartet is a group of four who play chamber music, and
Chungliang Al Huang is a Tai Ji master and choreographer.

Audience waiting in the lobby before the performance
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