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10/18 - An Homage to Herbert Howells (1892-1983) -- 10/22 ... The concert is presented in conjunction with the Vision of Howells 125 Festival centered in Los Angeles. https://www.howells125.com/performances
Adelfos Ensemble conducted by Temmo Korisheli, Artistic Director. American Riviera Children’s Chorus conducted by Erin Bonski-Evans, Founding Director and Pianist. Thomas Joyce, Organist.
Featuring a variety of Howells’ most beautiful choral anthems, songs and keyboard works: Like as the Hart Desireth the Waterbrooks, Requiem Aeternam, Psalm 121, Rhapsody No. 2 in E-Flat Minor, Master Tallis’s Testament, Gadabout, Three Carol ...
10/18 - An Evening With C.S. Lewis -- Sunday at The Luke ... Seated in his living room, C.S. Lewis recalls the people and events that inspired his writings and shaped his life; J.R.R. Tolkien, the Narnia Chronicles, Christianity, and the American woman who turned his life upside down. For more info and tickets please visit www.aneveningwithcslewis.com or call 615-788-6151. Discover the continuing impact of a man whose collected works has made him one of the literary giants of the 20th Century! ... Presented by: The Marjorie Luke Theatre ... Venue: The Marjorie Luke Theatre
10/18 - Free Centennial Concert - Santa Barbara Music Club -- Saturday ... One of the highlights of Santa Barbara Music Club's concerts is the opportunity for audiences to hear great music from a variety of historical periods, with a diversity of musical forms, performed by excellent artists. As part of the library’s Centennial Celebration, this concert features American music spanning the past 100 years, with a special focus on that most American of genres, ragtime.
Pianists Betty Oberacker and Eric Valinsky will open the program with Leonard Bernstein’s Overture to Candide, arranged by Charlie Harmon for piano duo. Premiered in 195...
10/18 - This weekend ... don't misss Boo at the Zoo ... Have a spooktacularly good time as the Zoo transforms for three nights of safe, traffic-free trick-or-treating during this merry-not-too-scary event. Features a Trick & Treat Trail, Boo-Choo-Choo train rides, Creepy Crawly encounters, and much more. Boo at the Zoo is designed for children ages 2 - 12 accompanied by an adult. Advance ticket purchase is recommended.
Cost: Adults $15, Children (2-12) $10. $1 off for SB Zoo Members. Tickets available now at the Zoo or online. Boo-Choo-Choo tickets priced separately on a first-come, first-served basis at the train station from 5:30 p.m. un...
10/18 - Deliciousness Enabled!! Camerata Pacifica on Friday ... At this time of writing there are about 20 tickets left for Friday’s performance at the Music Academy. Remember the delicious treat in store, as with the permission of the Music Academy, you’ll be able to take a glass of delicious Lumen wine into Hahn Hall.
The Program: Vine - "Inner World" ..... Kraft - "Encounters V" for Cello & Percussion "In the Morning of the Winter Sea" ..... Cage - "In a Landscape" ..... Golijov - "Mariel" ..... Mendelssohn - "Songs Without Words" Op. 85 No. 1; Op. 102 No. 2; ...
10/18 - An Evening of Art and Music on 1st Thursday at SBMA -- November 2! ... Pop-Up Opera (5:30 – 6 pm) ... Opera Santa Barbara returns for another crowd-pleasing pop-up performance featuring a French repertoire in the Museum’s Ridley-Tree Gallery. Free.
Chamber Music Singers (6:30 pm) ... The Westmont College Chamber Music Singers perform in the Museum galleries. Free.
Family 1st Thursday (5:30 – 7:30 pm) ... Bring the whole family and enjoy 1st Thursday together in SBMA’s Family Resource Center located across from the Museum Cafe on the Lower Level. Museum Teaching Artists assist families in creating special exhibition-based...
10/17 - Save the Date! Mind and Supermind: Jack Canfield, Ph.D., How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Go ... No matter what your current goals might be - personal, financial, relational, emotional, spiritual, or philanthropic - there is a proven set of principles and methods, that when applied in the right way, in the right order and at the right time, will get you there. In this highly interactive and engaging presentation, Jack will share a holistic system of success that integrates the power of mindset, meditation, guided visualization, EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), purposeful action, the power of feedback, and technique...
10/17 - Save the Date! Dr. David Cumes - Ego, Judgment, and Desirous Attachment -- 10/21 ... The three deadly sins of Karma are 'Ego,' 'Judgment' and 'Desirous Attachment.' 'Ego' is like a chameleon, always changing color and the higher we ascend on the spiritual ladder the more devious the guises can become. 'Judgment' harms not only others but also ourselves and can be replaced with forgiveness. 'Desirous Attachment' is related to the impermanence and the negative consequences of attending to 'needs' as opposed to 'wants.' Discover the various seemingly innocuous ways we can be trapped by these three ego-related sins. Explore the polarities...
10/17 - Save the Date! Shrine of a Lifetime: Create a Mexican Folk Art Nicho -- 10/27 ... Create a Mexican shrine, or nicho, typically associated with the Day of the Dead celebrations. Work with various mixed media such as wood, paper, metal, clay and randomly found objects, while also learning the art of collage. Discover how to create a one of a kind shrine dedicated to and honoring a beloved person, pet, place, or idea. Personalize your nicho by bringing cherished small photos, handwritten notes or your own sacred objects. Your completed nicho will truly be 'art from the heart' that will take on special meaning.
Friday, October 27, 10:00...
10/17 - Save the Date! Art A La Carte -- 10/26 ... A study in painting oils on canvas with brush and palette-knife. Students learn a variety of styles in painting including representational, impressionism, post-impressionism, cubism and abstract expressionism (non-objective and geometric). They will receive both group and individual guidance and complete assignments on a variety of subject matter, including assignments coordinated with local museums. Beginning Oil Painting or other previous oil painting experience recommended.
Thursdays, October 26-November 30 Wake Campus Room 7 ... Presented by: SBCC School of Extended Learning ... Venue...
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