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Are you in need of a sultry Spanish night or a boheiman adventure? So brace yourself for a night when the well worn hardwood floors of Pachamama resonate with the pulsating sounds of footwork, song, castanets, syncopated hand clapping and guitar. If you have not seen this group, this is an opportunity to experience their high energy and passion for their art that defines a new dimension in Flamenco and Spanish dance traditions.Carolina and her daughter Carolé offer a special evening for a date night, family gathering, or get together with friends and co-workers.
A tribe of the best and brightest young Bay Area musical theatre artists convey the story of friends Claude and Berger, their roommate Sheila, and the group of hippies with whom they rebel against the Vietnam War through a familiar score of songs including "Aquarius," "Manchester England," "Hair," "Easy to be Hard," "Where Do I Go," "Black Boys, White Boys" "Good Morning Starshine," and "Let the Sunshine in." The bohemian lifestyle of the characters included racial integration, sexual freedom, drug use, and the mockery of religion which were certainly controversial themes when Hair debuted Off-Broadway in 1967 and on Broadway in 1968. Our concert presentation will include stories from this time as well as later notable productions and an exploration of the legacy of this enduring musical.
Following her popular Beautiful, Dirty, Sexy, Me and LUSH shows, the sumptuously talented Leanne Borghesi returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko with What Is This Swing Called Love? Under the direction of Nicolas Minas, this flamboyant chanteuse journeys through the ups and downs of love with snazzy, jazzy standards of the swing and jazz era, played by the extraordinary Roger Glenn Trio with Amanda Wu on bass.
Grammy award-winning and gold and platinum-selling duo, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. will celebrate their multifaceted, 45-year career in a show that includes R&B, gospel, jazz, blues, and pop. As the original stars and lead singers of the legendary group, The 5th Dimension, they launched champagne and pop/soul classics including "Up, Up and Away," "Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In," "Worst That Could Happen," "Stoned Soul Picnic," "Sweet Blindness," "Wedding Bell Blues," and "One Less Bell to Answer." After leaving the group, Marilyn and Billy recorded You Don't Have to be a Star, a chart topping, #1 record which earned them their seventh Grammy Award and a television series on CBS.