Cullinan himself has enjoyed stardom — in the kids’ music business, that is — scoring a No. 1 hit, “Banana” on Sirius XM Kids Radio. He has maintained a strong Bay Area fan base — with Silicon Valley donations funding his new album — despite the fact that he now lives outside Denver. He and his wife, Janette, also a musician and Stanford alum, are raising their two daughters, 11 and 13, in a house with Cullinan’s recording studio. Cullinan brings a hard-won joy to his music and performances. Until he was 15, he enjoyed a “Leave It to Beaver” childhood in Los Altos, playing soccer and taking piano lessons. That ended when his computer-genius older brother, Tracey, was diagnosed with a brain tumor and died a year later. Cullinan’s father, Los Altos City Council member Terry Cullinan, was so devastated by his son’s death that he killed himself.
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AMC and series producers proudly point to the fact that “Into the Badlands” is the first martial-arts drama to come to prime time in ages. Unfortunately, their attempt to appeal to an underserved fan base results in something less than exceptional. Wu does what he can, bringing a steely authority and mad kick-butt skills to the role. But the show is hampered by too many overly broad characters, genre cliches and the kind of groan-worthy dialogue that leaves one restless. Ah, but at least those full-throttle, over-the-top fight scenes are fun to watch. Each one is a dizzying, dazzling blend of athletic dexterity and visual poetry, and they get more insanely intricate as the show goes on.
6″Jupiter” at Midsummer Mozart: No one conducted Mozart’s music with the ballet shoe patent poster, ballet slippers, dance studio, ballerina gift, pp0268 affection and deep understanding of George Cleve, The founder and music director of the Midsummer Mozart Festival led an unforgettable performance of the composer’s “Jupiter” Symphony at Stanford’s Bing Hall in July, Sadly, Cleve passed away soon after — a major loss in Bay Area music, 7Schubert at Music@Menlo: Led by husband-and-wife team David Finckel and Wu Han, the annual chamber music festival turned its gaze to Schubert this year; as always with this summer event, the results were sublime, With string quartets, piano works and a generous helping of Schubert lieder in the lineup, audiences enjoyed a full immersion in the composer’s enduring genius..
For more information, go to www.bedfordgallery.org. Starring Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse, Lerner and Loewe’s legendary Broadway musical tells the story of two American tourists who stumble upon an enchanted Scottish village that comes alive every 100 years. The score features such classics as “The Heather on the Hill,” “I’ll Go Home with Bonnie Jean” and “Almost Like Being in Love.”. Before the screening, Lauren Jonas, Diablo Ballet’s Artistic Director, and film critic Beau Behan will share fascinating facts about the making of the film. Behan has been featured on NBC Bay Area, NBC News and Boston Globe, and can be seen on the TV show, Beau’s Flicks & Nix, every Friday at 6 p.m. on the Comcast Hometown Network, CHN 104.
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