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1/18-19: Celebrity Forum - Jason Alexander
He was a stage performer, song and dance man and Broadway veteran long before he was known as George Costanza on Seinfeld. He will perform a well-rehearsed one-man show featuring stand-up comedy, music, improvisation and audience participation.
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1/20: Peninsula Symphony - South Pacific Live
The Peninsula Symphony and San Francisco's celebrated 42nd Street Moon theater company collaborate on one of the greatest Rodgers and Hammerstein hits of all time - South Pacific, brought to life in a grand symphonic and theatrical presentation. Hearing this captivating score in its richest symphonic form, starring a magnificent Broadway cast from 42nd Street Moon, is an experience not to be missed!

: Bill Maher
Bill Maher, host of HBO's smash hit Real Time, returns with an all new stand up show to Flint Center on January 21st for an unforgettable evening of comedy!

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1/27: Whose Live Anyway?
Join the cast from the Emmy Award Winning TV Show Whose Line Is It Anyway for a night of unforgettable improv comedy and song. Whose Live Anyway is 90 minutes of solid laughter all based on audience suggestions. Bring your ideas and you might be asked to join the cast onstage. Whose Live Anyway stars Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Joel Murray & Jeff B. Davis.


1/28: California Pops Orchestra - Broadway Meets Hollywood
Get ready for thrilling, heart-warming and hilarious music when "Broadway Meets Hollywood" at the Pops! Guest vocalist Carly Honfi joins the Pops to deliver a show filled with beloved Tony and Oscar award-winning scores and songs written by Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Henry Mancini, Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim, John Williams and more. Special bonus: music from the award-winning movie musical La La Land!




2/10: Farzad Farzin Live in Concert
Persian concert.


2/10: El Camino Youth Symphony - "Lunar New Year Concert"
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with the Senior Symphony, Dr. Jindong Cai, Conductor, and special guest, Van Anh Vo performing her original composition Lullaby for a Country.
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 5 "Emperor," Mvt. I, Simon Tao, soloist
GRIEG Piano Concerto in A minor, Mvt. I, Jessica Li, soloist
Lullaby for a Country, Van Anh Vo, soloist
ZHOU LONG The Rhyme of Taigu

2/15: TheatreworksUSA - "Pete the Cat"
When Pete the Cat gets caught rocking out after bedtime, the cat-catcher sends him to live with the Biddle family to learn his manners - and boy are they square! (Approximately 50 minutes in length, recommended for grades PreK - 3)
Reservations are exclusively through TheatreworksUSA: 1-800-497-5007 or www.theatreworksusa.org

2/17: ZaiGeZaiGu Gala
The 2018 Bay Area "ZaiGeZaiGu" Chinese New Year Gala continues the tradition, established in 2014, of holding a yearly Chinese New Year celebration at Google. This year's event will be held at Flint Center, organized and held by employees of various Silicon Valley tech companies, and will involve over one thousand people. "ZaiGeZaiGu" is Chinese for "Singing in the Valley". The Gala will present wonderful performances with traditional Chinese elements. The overall style is lighthearted, humorous, full of vigor and life, and will be a wonderful time of reunion for high-tech Chinese communities in the Bay Area to celebrate the Chinese New Year. We welcome everyone to join the Gala!

The 2018 Bay Area “ZaiGeZaiGu” Chinese New Year Gala is organized by an organizing committee consists of unpaid volunteers, produced by California registered Non-Profit Community Builder Toolbox, Inc, for the purpose of promoting cultural diversity and community buildership. This community and the events it hosts are not affiliated with nor do they represent the companies or institutions by which the volunteers are employed.


2/22-23: Celebrity Forum - Bob Ballard
A geologist and explorer, he is known for his historic discoveries of hydrothermal vents, the R.M.S. Titanic, the German battleship Bismarck, and numerous ancient shipwrecks around the world. He will take us on a mind-bending trip to hidden worlds underwater.
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3/11: California Youth Symphony
Leo Eylar, conductor
Ray Wyant, clarinet

Bates: Devil's Radio
Copland: Clarinet Concerto (Ray Wyant, soloist)
Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5

Young Artist Competition Winner
Mr. Raymond (Ray) Wyant
, age 16, is a junior at Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose, California.  Ray began his study of music at the age of 7 on the piano under the tutelage of Ms. Kirsten Stone of Saratoga, California.


3/22-23: Celebrity Forum - Bryan Stevenson
Bryan A. Stevenson is an American lawyer, professor, social justice activist and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative. He is a widely acclaimed public speaker and will talk about injustice.
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3/25: California Pops Orchestra - Pop's Radio Music Hall
Join the Pops as we celebrate the Golden Age of Radio with your favorite songs and dance music, presented as a radio show and featuring the Pops' Singers. Through music, jokes and sound effects, the Pops - with special guest pianist Frederick Hodges - performs a musical stroll down memory lane with tuneful renditions of melodies that have stood the test of time to inspire, amuse, comfort and thrill generations of radio audiences!




4/7: El Camino Youth Symphony - Annual Benefit Concert
A Celebration of American Composers

Icons in the arena of popular composition, Gershwin, Bernstein, and Copland brought the American experience to life through their vibrant and unforgettable music. George Gershwin’s jazzy and exuberant piano Rhapsody, inspired by the roaring twenties, has become one of the most recognized and beloved American concert works of all time. Leonard Bernstein’s Broadway update to the Bard’s Romeo and Juliet places the star-crossed lovers in New York City where rival gangs the Sharks and the Jets rumble on the West Side. And Aaron Copland’s patriotic masterpiece, honoring the sixteenth President, weaves traditional folk tunes with original material to paint a hopeful Portrait of the “magnificent spirit of our country.”

Joining the Symphony for Rhapsody in Blue is Bay Area native and award-winning pianist Taylor Eigsti. Mr. Eigsti has performed with some of of the most celebrated names in jazz.

Performing the role of Narrator for Lincoln Portrait is Maestro Michael Morgan, Conductor of the Oakland Symphony.


4/14: Googoosh
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4/15: Brain Candy Live! - Cancelled
Due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts, BRAIN CANDY LIVE will need to cancel the 2018 North American national tour. Fans that have purchased tickets will be fully refunded. Refunds are available at the point of purchase


4/24 & 27: TheatreworksUSA - "Click, Clack, Moo"
"Cows that type? Hens on strike! Whoever heard of such a thing!" Find out in a hilariously "mooooo-ving" musical about negotiation and compromise, based on the Caldecott Honor Book by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin. (One hour in length, recommended for grades K -4)
Reservations are exclusively through TheatreworksUSA: 1-800-497-5007 or www.theatreworksusa.org

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