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“It wasn’t until I was 40 and started to think I needed to de-stress that I turned to Hawaiian music. My husband brought me a record and said I had to listen to it. It’s true: Hawaiian music relaxes you, allows you to breathe,” she says. Ako, 57, often plays the ukulele and will appear with her band at the Bankhead. Ruiz’s dancers will join her for three to four traditional songs she will select from her albums to perform. “The traditional music is slower and sung with a falsetto (high) voice. It’s a style developed by people singing in their backyards,” Ako says. “I’m more contemporary, because of my training. I use half-Hawaiian, half-English lyrics and you get a more sassy, jazzy, spirited Hollywood sound.”.

As part of Cal Performances’ Berkeley RADICAL initiative, the events are grouped in three categories: Blurring Boundaries, Joining Generation and Vaulting Walls, The Blurring Boundaries events include Dudamel and his Venezuelan orchestra performing music of the Americas, Programs featuring the Minneapolis-based, India-inspired Ragamala Dance Company, the Australian performance troupe Circa and the St, Paul Chamber Orchestra with pianist Jonathan Biss are also on the schedule, ballet slippers marks and spencer Joining Generations will feature four generations of African-American composers in events by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Reggie Wilson/Fist and Heel Performance Group, Camille A, Brown and Donald Byrd with Spectrum Dance Theater..

Saturday, February 20, 7:30pm, $40/85/125/185. Sunday, February 21, 7:30pm, $30/75/110/170. Tuesday, February 23, 7:30pm, $30/75/110/170. Wednesday, February 24, 7:30pm, $30/75/110/170. Friday, February 26, 7:30pm, $40/85/125/185. Saturday, February 27, 7:30pm, $40/85/125/185. Sunday, February 28, 4:00pm, $30/75/110/170. WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH (in Joe Henderson Lab). Natalie Cressman Quintet — Tribute To Melba Liston. Thursday, March 3, 7 p.m. & 8:30 p.m., $25. Sugar Pie DeSanto. Friday, March 4, 7 p.m. & 8:30 p.m., $30.

“I was painting an image of warriors dancing, and thought ‘Why don’t we bring real warriors here?'” he recalled, “People won’t understand (the idea of) warriors jumping and dancing, Our culture is oral; we educate through stories and singing.”, When he returned to Kenya in 2001, Sironka, along with his late wife Seleina, began forming the dance troupe, seeking not only the most talented singers and dancers, but the poorest, Determined to better their living conditions, he requires members to use their performance income to improve their homes with pit latrines, cement floors, corrugated metal roofs, water collection tanks and windows, The ballet slippers marks and spencer changes significantly improve children’s health, he said..

He was paid $50 per donation, and he said he donated as much as twice per week in Westwood for five years. He missed a few sessions, but he donated a lot. If he would have never missed a session, he would have been paid $26,000 for five years of providing sperm. “I was not going to be a dad, but I was going to be part of the gene pool,” Rubino said. His marriage ended in divorce in 1995. But his family was just beginning. What Mike Rubino didn’t know at the time was how attractive he was on the sperm market.