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Details: 7:30 p.m. Feb. 2, Herbst Theatre, San Francisco. $25-$45; 415-392-2545; www.sfperformances.org. ‘VISIONS’ REVEALED: As part of its 25th anniversary season, the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble is turning to Olivier Messiaen’s “Visions de l’Amen,” a suite of seven pieces for two pianos by the great French composer. Pianists Sarah Cahill and Eric Zivian are the duo in this seldom performed work, which, like much of Messiaen’s music, is brilliantly colored and steeped in mysticism. The program also includes the world premieres of two additional two-piano works, by Philip Acimovic and Chris Castro.

“The Grimm story is darker and older,” says Crouch, who’s making his ballet debut after acclaimed productions on Broadway and with the Metropolitan Opera, “There’s no fairy godmother, In Grimm, the mother died, and her spirit became a tree, and it was a major challenge figuring out how ballerina sparkle decoration girls gift pink magical christmas tree hanging decoration sparkle ballet gift festive ballet dancer to incorporate that into the set and not get in the way of the dancers, Chris was keen to make Cinderella more three-dimensional, playing a part in her own situation, The other thing that he wanted was to expand the story of the prince, so he’s not just a man in tights, They wanted to tell a story of two children growing up.” Tickets: $45-$250, 415-865-2000, www.sfballet.org/tickets..

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He said the event will start off with longtime friend Gary Horsman, who’ll sing accompanied by guitar and read poems, Then Marks will read some jazz-related poems before sitting behind the drum kit to begin playing with the quintet, Marks has performed a free show at the civic center with either a quintet or quartet the past three years at the prodding of John Weaver, Menlo Park Library’s resident storyteller and outreach coordinator, ballerina sparkle decoration girls gift pink magical christmas tree hanging decoration sparkle ballet gift festive ballet dancer “The community of Menlo Park has been very generous and very good to me,” Marks said, “When I had a bookstore in my hair salon, Menlo Park has always supported my arts … so when they call me for anything and it’s something I’m going to have fun with, it’s my art, I don’t hesitate.”..

The real magic, however, lies in the way Kelley’s staging captures the passage of time. Years and generations pass in a lovely whirling dance choreographed by Alex Perez full of touching vignettes of major life events. It’s a beautiful moment that really drives the message home that far more wondrous than the Tucks’ mysterious longevity is the ever-turning wheel of life that they can only observe from outside. Contact Sam Hurwitt at shurwitt@gmail.com, and follow him at Twitter.com/shurwitt.