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A dance of organic elegance set to Tchaikovsky’s Suite No. 3 in G major, the ballet is an homage to the filigreed beauty of the imperial Russian classical dance tradition, building its case slowly. As lines of dancers dressed in regal periwinkle, pale blue or teal amassed in groups of four and its multiples, they performed classical dance’s basic unadorned leg extension, the tendu. Tendus were then elaborated and deepened, evolving into leg lifts, then action that propels the body into rotations and turns until a bracing world of diabolically simple elements had accumulated into a language. According to Mikhail Baryshnikov, “Theme and Variation” is the most difficult ballet he ever performed. Watching retiring dancer Gennadi Nedvigin in his effortless turns, beating legs and arcing jumps, however, one could scarcely guess how demanding it is.

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Tickets are $5 each, or five tickets for $20, and can be purchased from any Rotary member, members of the Interact Club (Rotary’s youth group) or the Rotary Ticket Booth at the festival that day. Speaking of the Interact Club, I had a chance to also chat with Rotary member Beth Burlingame-Randall, who told me the Interact Club will collect backpacks that day, along with school supplies for needy children in the county heading back to school. “Without our help, these young people will be starting school without even the basic necessities like pencils, pens and notebooks,” said Beth, who encourages the community to bring these items to the Rotary Booth. If you forget your supplies, there’s always Rite-Aid and CVS in the village, steps away from the festival. For more information and for a schedule of live music, which begins at 4 p.m., visit the Rotary website at www.AlamoMusicFestival.com. Rotary President Bill Randall invites everyone to come on out that day.

Guests will be welcome bid on pieces created especially for the gala by ceramic artist Ed Blackburn, metal sculptor Joe Bologna, landscape photographer Stephen Joseph and two artists who work in sculpture installation, Joyce Hsu and Marta Thoma, This year’s gala celebrates Walnut Creek with the theme “Authors, Artists, and Adventure.” Guests will dine with 20 notable Bay Area authors and bid on items of art and adventure, such as a private luncheon with Walnut Creek Mayor Kristina Lawson, a ridealong and lunch white & pink flower ballet style. crochet baby girl booties - ballet slippers - flower shoes with a Walnut Creek police officer, a one-year VIP parking pass for downtown Walnut Creek, a private wine tasting at Wente Vineyards and Murietta’s Well, a private home vacation in Tahoe/Donner for 10, and a custom-designed Mount Diablo hike for 10..

After a day of breakout sessions exploring worker solidarity, solitary confinement, “raw talk,” coalition building and economic injustice, the climax of the day’s events was a fiery speech from Union Theological Seminary professor and author Dr. Cornel West. Infused with themes of rage, revelation, resolve and the call to “love your crooked neighbor with your crooked heart,” the subtext of his “truth to power” message was the profound, unifying power of music.