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2. David Ross and Lindsay Arnold did a jazz routine to “Magic Mike,” and David was awesome. He really went for it and as Len said, “You’ve totally embraced this show. Good on you!” It was fun, tongue in cheek and David hit all the steps that Lindsay choreographed. Score 31 out of 40. 3. Heather Morris has gotten a lot of press about being on “Glee” and dancing backup at one time for Beyonce, but when her partner, Maks Chmerkovskiy, went down last week with an injury to his right calf muscle, she didn’t collapse. Alan Bersten from the DWTS Troupe stepped in and did a terrific job, both last week and this one. I don’t know how much Alan did of the choreography or if he had some help from Maks, but it was a terrific tango. Score 33 out of 40.
1, I’m really tired of two things on “Dancing With the Stars.” One is that all the pros know what a dance lift is and how it’s not supposed to be part of most dances, but they still put one in, It’s not fair to their celebs, and they are not going to fool eagle-eyed judge Carrie Ann Inaba, Heather and Alan got away with one tonight, but tory burch benton ballet flat Simone Biles and Sasha Farber, Erika Jayne and Gleb Savchenko, and Normani Kordei and Val Chmerkovskiy lost a point in scoring from Carrie Ann because of lifts..
2. I’m also tired of is hearing about how hard it is for celebs who decide to mix DWTS with another endeavor, such as a tour around the United States or the world. Normani and Val had a great performance, although there didn’t seem to be a lot of foxtrot. But all we heard about is how hard it was to come in from Japan last week and dance and then jet off to China before tonight. It was Normani’s decision to do the show while she was on tour, so I don’t want to keep hearing how hard it is to practice in hotels and such.
Next week, it will be “My Most Memorable Year” Night, which is a big favorite and always very emotional, Be sure to stock up on the tissues and hankies! See you next week — keep dancing, Celebrities, partners and scores, Normani & Val: Carrie Ann, 8; Len, 8; Julianne, 9; Bruno, 9 = 34Heather & Alan (subbing for Maks): 9; 8; 8; 8 = 33Nancy & tory burch benton ballet flat Artem: 8; 9; 8; 8 = 33Simone & Sasha: 7; 8; 9; 8 = 32David & Lindsay: 8; 7; 8; 8 = 31Rashad & Emma: 7; 7; 7; 7 = 28Erika & Gleb: 6; 7; 7; 6 = 26Nick & Peta: 7; 6; 7; 6 = 26Bonner & Sharna: 6; 6; 6; 6 = 24Charo & Keo: 6; 6; 6; 6 = 24Mr, T & Kym: 6; 6; 6; 6 = 24..
The San Francisco debuts of New York Polyphony and the Danish String Quartet, the return of dancer-choreographer Wendy Whelan, appearances by tenor Lawrence Brownlee and soprano Dawn Upshaw and a “Glass@80” program featuring revered composer Philip Glass are among the highlights of San Francisco Performances’ 2017-18 season, announced April 3 by the organization’s president, Melanie Smith. The season – S.F. Performances’ 38th – runs October 1, 2017, through May 19, 2018. More than 50 artists in chamber music, dance, piano, vocal music, jazz, guitar, special events and family matinees are on the schedule.
The season opens Oct, 1 with mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard singing works by Leonard Bernstein, in a program honoring the centenary of the great American composer-conductor, Additional fall events include Upshaw, joined by pianist Gilbert Kalish and So Percussion, in a program featuring tory burch benton ballet flat the Bay Area premiere of a new work by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw and “Winds of Destiny” by George Crumb (Oct, 26); Whelan and Brian Brooks, performing “First Fall” with live accompaniment by Brooklyn Rider (Nov, 29-30); the return of jazz violinist Regina Carter (Nov, 17) and an appearance by Cuban jazz pianist Alfredo Rodriguez (Dec, 15.)..
Hear Now and Then, a new series of programs encompassing contemporary and early music, brings the Kronos Quartet, with Youth Speaks and The Living Earth Show (Oct. 7), New York Polyphony (Dec. 3), Glass and the Philip Glass Ensemble (Feb. 20, 2018), and viola da gambist Jordi Savall, with a consort of Celtic winds (May 3, 2018.) S.F. Performances’ innovative PIVOT series continues with pianist Sarah Cahill and the Alexander String Quartet in music by Lou Harrison (Jan. 24), as well as programs featuring the LA Dance Project, Timo Andres, and Joe Goode.
2018 also brings the San Francisco debut of the Danish String Quartet (Feb, 19), the West Coast premiere of “Autobiography” by choreographer Wayne McGregor, and the San Francisco recital debut of Lawrence Brownlee, performing a new work by Tyshawn Sorey (March 31.) The tory burch benton ballet flat Piano series features appearances by Stephen Hough (Jan, 18) and Pierre-Laurent Aimard (March 2); pianist Lera Auerbach will perform her “21st Century Pictures,” composed in response to Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition” (March 27.)..