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D.J. Fontana, 87. A rock ‘n’ roll pioneer who rose from strip joints in his native Shreveport, Louisiana, to the heights of musical history as Elvis Presley’s first and longtime drummer. June 13. Leslie Grantham, 71. An actor who became a British TV icon during the 1980s as arch-villain “Dirty” Den Watts on the soap opera “EastEnders.” June 15. Kazuo Kashio, 89. One of four brothers who founded Casio Computer Co., the Japanese company behind G-Shock watches. June 18. Vinnie Paul, 54. A co-founder and drummer of heavy metal band Pantera. June 22. Heart disease.

MasterPieces: Ballet San Jose’s first repertory program of the season consists of the company premiere of Fancy Free, with choreography by Jerome Robbins and music by Leonard Bernstein; Tchaikovsky’s Theme and Variations, choreographed by George Balanchine; and In the Upper Room, choreographed by Twyla Tharp with music by Philip Glass, Feb, 20-21, 8 p.m., and Feb, 23, 1:30 p.m, San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, ballet slippers number 162 essie 255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose, 408.288.2800, balletsj.org, San Jose Jazz Winter Fest: This jazz festival features Taylor McFerrin, Kris Bowers, Kendrick Scott Oracle, Marc Cary Focus Trio, Mads Tolling Quartet with Tierney Sutton and Les Yeux Noirs, Feb, 27-March 8, times vary, San Pedro Square Market and Theatre on San Pedro Square, San Jose, $10-$30, 408-288-7557, sanjosejazz.org..

The two-day event has become a tradition in Fremont, where 1 in 5 residents is Indian-American. Last year, nearly 50,000 revelers visited the festival, which features a dance contest, games for kids, food booths, musical performances and more, spokeswoman Ritu Maheshwari said. Performances will feature music from Bollywood, India’s popular movie industry, Maheshwari said. “This festival is colorful and musical and there’s something new every year,” she said. “So there’s always something to look forward to.”.

“Mortimus Greely’s Haunting School”: A Halloween musical for kids ages 7 to 12 presented by the Monkey House performance space, The hourlong show features songs, a video quiz, a ghost story composed by the audience and a game of “ectoplasm dodgeball.” 3 p.m., Oct, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27, and 5 p.m, Oct, 31, 1638 University Ave, $10, Lawrence Hall of Science: At the Creepy Happy Halloween event, try out, Books Inc.: Get you and your little on in the spirit for spirits, ballet slippers number 162 essie goblins, mummies, and things that go bump in the night, as Berkeley’s children specialist shares picture books with just the perfect blend of funny and freaky, Come as you are, or come in a costume, 4 p.m., Thursday, Oct, 31, at 1760 Fourth St., 510-525-7777..

Yaelisa was raised in San Francisco. Her mother, flamenco dancer/singer Isa Mura, was Spanish, so Yaelisa spent a great deal of time in Spain. She didn’t grow up with her father, Irving Petlin, a visual artist who resides primarily in France. But she has gotten to know him in recent years. In her childhood and adolescence, Yaelisa attended fiestas in San Francisco’s flamenco community and watched many of her mother’s performances. But Yaelisa didn’t focus on dance herself until she entered her 20s. Already knowing a lot about the techniques and the culture, she decided to immerse herself in classes.