Saturday, July 9, 7:30 PM
Donations gratefully accepted
Zachary Seifert-Ponce comes to the Dance Palace’s Church Space stage in his debut concert as a solo classical guitarist and composer. The evening will include the works of some of Zach’s favorite classical guitar music from Europe, Mexico, and South America, as well as some of his own compositions. Between pieces, Zach loves to engage the audience by sharing stories about his favorite composers, such as Manuel Ponce, Cacho Tirao, Augustin Barrios, Heitor Villa-Lobos.
Zach is turning to his community for support in paying down his college debt, so he will be accepting donations of any amount at the door. Anyone who would like to donate, but cannot attend, or who would like to be a sponsor, may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.classicalzach.net for more information.
Saturday, July 16, 8:00 PM
A Broadway Nostalgia Celebration: The First 100 Years
From Jerome Kern to Stephen Sondheim, the best of the classics, some new finds and some unexpected gems. An intimate evening brought to you by San Francisco’s 42nd Street Moon, with a professional cast of 5 talented singers.
Saturday, August 6, 8:00 PM
$35 in advance, $40 at the door
George Winston returns with “The Summer Show,” a solo piano concert. The evening will include melodic spring and summer songs, some of Vince Guaraldi’s “Peanuts” pieces, music inspired by the New Orleans and stride piano traditions, and songs from his upcoming albums. Since 1972, Winston has released thirteen solo piano albums. His latest releases are “Love Will Come—The Music Of Vince Guaraldi, Volume 2 (2010),” and “Gulf Coast Blues & Impressions 2—A Louisiana Wetlands Benefit (2012).”
Please join George in support of our local food bank by bringing a donation of canned food to the concert. Collection baskets will be at the entrance.
Saturday, August 6, 8:00pm
Tickets $35 in advance / $40 at the door
Sunday, October 9, 7:00 PM
$15 in advance, $20 at the door
Elect To Laugh: 2016 with Will Durst is a hysterical one- man show designed to satisfy the appetite of both the casual and the professional political junkie by accessing the topical through the jugular. Durst, a descendant of Swift, Twain, Rogers and Carlin hits the hypocritical where its hurts the funniest. He specializes in Comedy For People Who Read or Know Someone Who Does. Winston Churchill called the American political process a circus wrapped inside a game show covered in poisonous weasel glitter. Well, he should have. And both sides of the partisan aisle can’t help but agree that the 2016 election season has already spawned one of the most fertile, febrile and fecund campaigns in history. For mocking, scoffing and taunting purposes. As a source for material it has been an embarrassment of riches. Lush like a tropical rain forest. A cornucopia of delights. Like slam-dunking from a step-ladder. It’s political Humor for Folks Who Don’t Like Politics.