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Unlike Gosvener, Aldridge had a strong professional and personal association with Lake Placid. She was a retired ice dancer, who, with her partner John Dowding, had three times won the Canadian championships, placed sixth at the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid and toured with the Ice Capades. Eventually, Aldridge settled in Lake Placid with her first husband, raised two kids and taught ice dancing. The attraction between Aldridge and Gosvener was mutual. Aldridge was especially intrigued by his ponytail.

Chen and Chih met at Mission College and moved to West Valley after some of Chen’s teachers left the school, “Ballet is very graceful, while modern dance can be wild and crazy and have a bit of a dark side,” Chih said, describing their piece “Incubus.”, “The choreography is much more mature with a deep, strong feeling,” Chih said, The pair has experienced success since becoming dance partners several years ago, Chih recalled a number the couple did together in which Chen was the cellist and she was the white and black ballet slippers with flowers and ribbon ties wedding shower shoes cello he was playing, The dance’s French title translates to “love song” in English..

Composed in 2011, “Alternative Energy” was commissioned by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, which performed it last year at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, under the baton of Riccardo Muti. That performance was even heftier than this one — bigger orchestra, better acoustics, more impact — but this was pretty darn good. Film composer Thomas Newman, whose “It Got Dark” was performed earlier in the program, is an elegant craftsman and shaper of sounds — and, like Bates, an integrator of his own “handmade” digital samples into an orchestral setting. He has composed the scores for dozens of films, including “American Beauty,” “The Shawshank Redemption” and “WALL-E.”.

“Secondly — well, actually, there are three points, Secondly, it is just a film, It’s not going to be able to shift perception, It’s a film of its own genre [that’s] not going to be ‘The Hobbit’ or ‘Star Trek.’ It’s not going to have a massively popular tidal-wave effect, I really want people to see it, but his fear of it being some white and black ballet slippers with flowers and ribbon ties wedding shower shoes mass propaganda tool that’s going to damage him was really overstretching the point, And thirdly and most importantly, it was never going to be antithetical to his point of view or him or vilify him, No one was interested in portraying something that was going to tell the audience what to think.”..

— Randy McMullen. Vijay Iyer and friends: Vijay Iyer is celebrating his new post as resident artistic director at SFJazz in high style. The accomplished pianist-composer performs in four different musical settings (ranging from duos to large ensembles) during a four-night stand, Feb. 9-12, at the SFJazz Center in San Francisco. The first night features Iyer performing duets with trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith and saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa. The Feb. 10 gig is a collaboration with poet-writer Teju Cole and Iyer’s large group Open City, while Feb. 11 finds tenor saxophonist Mark Shim and Oakland trumpet sensation Ambrose Akinmusire joining the Vijay Iyer Trio. The stand concludes on Feb. 12 with Iyer’s recent trio project featuring Prasanna on guitar and Nitin Mitta on tabla. Tickets are $30-$90;  866-920-5299, sfjazz.org.