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She may have had jitters about relocating her life, but she says she never had any doubts about Gosvener, Both are determined to stay the rest of their lives in the Bay Area, The couple married June 1 at Saint Basil the Great Greek Orthodox Church in San Jose, “We have the whole of the second dance wall art print with ballet shoes and tutu, love to dance poster, gift for dancer half of our lives to share together,” he says, Part of that second half involves some changes for Gosvener, Although he hasn’t put on skates for years, he’s learning to ice dance with his new partner in life..
“Although Michael is no longer with us to create new works, I want to bring in works that are flavored with Michael’s spirit of exploration. Michael was pretty fearless in trying new things. We like to continue to do that, while maintaining our very high artistic and production standards. So it’s been an exciting time for me to be able to maintain the best of Michael’s works and then bring in these talented new choreographers.”. “Bouquet,” Smuin’s spring 2013 program, which will be presented in San Francisco, Mountain View, Walnut Creek and Carmel, includes the West Coast premiere of Helen Pickett’s “Petal,” the Bay Area premiere of Darrell Grand Moultrie’s “Jazzin'” and Michael Smuin’s “Chants d’Auvergne.”.
Preschool Storytime: With “Stay and Play.” Tuesdays, 11:30 a.m, Cambrian Library, 1780 Hillsdale Ave., San Jose.sjpl.org/cambrian, Eliot Fisk: South Bay Guitar Society presents this performer known for his virtuosic repertoire, April 10, 7:30 p.m, Trianon Theatre, 72 N, Fifth St., San Jose, $15-$35, 855-502-7247, sbgs.org, Spring Landscapes: Featuring cellist Ani Aznavoorian, this Mission Chamber Orchestra of San Jose program features Mendelssohn’s Symphony no, 4, or “Italian”; the world dance wall art print with ballet shoes and tutu, love to dance poster, gift for dancer premiere of Durwynne Hsieh’s Cello Concerto; Lars-Erik Larsson’s “Pastoral Suite”; and Peter Warlock’s “Capriol Suite.” April 11, 7:30 p.m, Trianon Theatre, 72 N, Fifth St., San Jose, $10-$25, 855-502-7247, missionchamber.org..
4. The Canvas. When hand-drawn warmth gets adapted into the cool pixel-precision of CGI, the fear is often that something will get lost in the translation. Steve Martino knows he is trying to bridge this chasm between two distinct visual languages. “I’ve talked to Craig a great deal about this,” Martino tells us. “His dad understood that when he drew for comic strips, he drew for one canvas. And he was very aware that for animation, you paint on a different canvas.”.
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