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The driving staccato of her heels against the stage dovetails with the musicians’ intricate rhythms, Her arms swoop like the wings of a giant bird or undulate with serpentine sensuality, Internationally acclaimed flamenco dancer Eva Yerbabuena fills the stage with such grace and power that you willingly succumb to her brilliance, And for the 143 - ballet shoes - book folding pattern fourth time since 2004, Cal Performances presents this exceptional artist and her own company in “Ay!,” a series of solos accompanied by virtuoso musicians, at Zellerbach Hall at UC Berkeley on March 7..

Audiences can be creatures of habit seeking out the equivalent of comfort food in live performance. They often want “The Nutcracker” during the holidays, “Beethoven’s Fifth” at the symphony hall or “Carmen” at the opera house. Yet often the most stimulating and rewarding offerings are often by artists who want to push the boundaries or vault themselves into new terrain. Eva Yerbabuena is one of those. Even though the stereotypical image of flamenco — a dark café inhabited by women in ruffled, long-trained dresses with fringed shawls swirling and men with the courage and grace of bullfighters – is still prevalent, flamenco has evolved tremendously and frequently appears in concert venues. Yerbabuena, as both performer and creator, is part of that evolution, striving to distill all her experience in the arts world into her work.

She acknowledges her roots and the influences on her artistic development in an email interview that has been translated from Spanish, She says her biggest inspirations from such legendary flamenco dancers as Carmen Amaya, Mario Maya, El Güito, Carmen Mora, El Farruco, Angelita Vargas and Manuela Carrasco, But those aren’t her only influences, “Being such an extremely curious person I usually see all kinds of dance performances, from the most classic and orthodox to the most contemporary and novel, … I imagine that, when I see some other kind of dances and I listen to other 143 - ballet shoes - book folding pattern types of songs, it provokes in me other kind of concerns and feelings that emerge on the stage and in my creations.”..

Some flamenco traditionalists have narrower views about preserving the art form but Yerbabuena has a broader vision. “Based on the fact that flamenco is a rather impure art due to the mix of cultures that created it, I believe that the purity of this art comes from the very mixture of the three pillars of flamenco — guitar, dance and song — that each performer makes,” she says. “I do believe that the best essence depends on the amount of knowledge that each interpreter has, a knowledge that serves to grow personally and artistically, and try not to imitate but to be as individual as possible within a balanced structure.”.

One issue that did not exist when Yerbabuena started her company in 1998 is the effect of technology — not so much how it improves productions, but in how it can be detrimental, Social media has influenced flamenco by making it easier to copy other dancers, which can mean the loss of personality and a homogenization of the form, “I think 143 - ballet shoes - book folding pattern this is very complicated and difficult,” she says. “I believe that everything in life is cyclical and has its moment, and soon we will begin to need more privacy to be able to surprise the public, I cannot think of another way to privatize creations other than not posting them to the networks and today it is practically impossible because the public itself, without permission, records and posts them, I’ve never liked the speed at which we go in everything related to social medial and, after having seen the movie ‘The Circle, directed by James Ponsoldt, it has made me think much more about the situation we live in.”..

Wondering what to do on this drippy, chilly weekend? Ponder no more! Here are seven sensational options, from Oscar-viewing parties to a grand South Bay film festival, Egyptian mummies and mmmm, five Peruvian restaurants where the Pisco Sours are as fantastic as the food. The 90th Academy Awards ceremony airs Sunday at 5 p.m., and our advice is don’t shut off the TV immediately after they announce the best picture winner — give them time to make sure they didn’t announce the wrong movie again. As for who will win and who should win, it’s a tough year for predictions, but we offer a fearless forecast nonetheless.

But why stay home, when you can walk your own red carpet this Sunday, you starlet you? Check out one (or all) one of these fun-filled Oscar-watching parties in Oakland and San Francisco, (We’re especially enamored with the food truck, Bellini bar and Oscar bingo offerings at an SF beer garden!), This is Women’s History Month, and several Bay Area 143 - ballet shoes - book folding pattern clubs and concert venues, including SF Jazz, are hosting shows featuring some terrific female musicians, including Bobi Céspedes, Faye Carol and Linda Tillery, It all starts this weekend at Berkeley’s Ashkenaz and other hot spots, Here’s a peek at what’s ahead..

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