Friday - Sep 21, 2018

Calendar & Tourism

  • Japanese Taiko percussion for beginners workshop

    Japanese Taiko percussion for beginners workshop

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Learn the ancient art of Japanese Taiko drumming with Sensei Bruce ‘Mui’ Ghent. The Introductory taiko class will cover basic fundamental skills and history which will prepare students to advance to the next level of classes. Beginners ages 12-adult, with little or no music experience are welcome. Taiko drumming

  • Kaiser Permanente San Jose Jazz Winter Fest 2016

    Kaiser Permanente San Jose Jazz Winter Fest 2016

    Compiled by El Reportero’s staff Renowned for its annual Summer Fest, the iconic Bay Area institution San Jose Jazz kicks off 2016 with dynamic arts programming honoring the jazz tradition and ever-expanding definitions of the genre with singular concerts curated for audiences within the heart of Silicon Valley. presented by Metro continues its steadfast commitment

  • Kaiser Permanente San Jose Jazz Winter Fest 2016

    Kaiser Permanente San Jose Jazz Winter Fest 2016

    Compiled by El Reportero’s staff Renowned for its annual Summer Fest, the iconic Bay Area institution San Jose Jazz kicks off 2016 with dynamic arts programming honoring the jazz tradition and ever-expanding definitions of the genre with singular concerts curated for audiences within the heart of Silicon Valley. presented by Metro continues its steadfast commitment

  • Kaiser Permanente San Jose Jazz Winter Fest 2016

    Kaiser Permanente San Jose Jazz Winter Fest 2016

    Compiled by El Reportero’s staff Renowned for its annual Summer Fest, the iconic Bay Area institution San Jose Jazz kicks off 2016 with dynamic arts programming honoring the jazz tradition and ever-expanding definitions of the genre with singular concerts curated for audiences within the heart of Silicon Valley. presented by Metro continues its steadfast commitment

  • Mexican Museum to host Amalia Mesa-Bains

    Mexican Museum to host Amalia Mesa-Bains

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The Mexican Museum will host a talk by Renowned professor Emeritus of Visual and Public Art at California State University at Monterey Bay. Dr. Amalia Mesa-Bains, as part of TMM’s public lecture series, will highlight Museum founder, Peter Rodriguez’s extensive career as an artist, collector, curator, and figurehead in the

  • 50th Friends of Brazil Carnaval Ball

    50th Friends of Brazil Carnaval Ball

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Celebration! Fantasy! Heat! Color! Magic! 50 anos de Tradição. A festa onde a comunidade se encontra Saturday, Feb. 6 to 9 p.m., at Roccapulco Supper Club, 3140 Mission St. San Francisco. Tickets $35.00, available at Bay Area Brazilian stores, also online at www.brazilianevents.com, and on sale at the door

  • In concert special guest Destani Wolf and John Santos

    In concert special guest Destani Wolf and John Santos

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Destani Wolf is an amazing artist with a unique voice, soulful style, remarkable range and versatility, and uncanny knack for getting to the heart of whatever she sings. Berkeley born and raised, she has recently moved back from L.A. and is in rare form after expanding her field of

  • Tribute to the Prince of Castilian Letters

    Tribute to the Prince of Castilian Letters

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff A tribute to the Prince of Castilian letters, Félix Rubén García Sarmiento. 100 years after his death, 1916-2016 will be celebrated in San Francisco thins month. Come and do honor the father of modernism Rubén Darío with a night full of poetry, song, folklore and culture – with more

  • The Sixth Bay Area Orchestra Festival at Davies Symphony Hall

    The Sixth Bay Area Orchestra Festival at Davies Symphony Hall

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra (SFSYO) and its Music Director Donato Cabrera, host the sixth Bay Area Youth Orchestra Festival (BAYOF) at Davies Symphony Hall. The El Camino Youth Symphony, Marin Symphony Youth Orchestra, Oakland Symphony Youth Orchestra, and Young People’s Symphony Orchestra join the SFS Youth Orchestra

  • A Gator holiday with Sumuin Ballet

    A Gator holiday with Sumuin Ballet

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Join the SF State Alumni Association for the San Francisco opening night of The Christmas Ballet, Smuin Ballet’s annual holiday treat. This enormously popular celebration offers something for everyone, from ballet, tap, and swing to a wealth of other genres drawn from holiday traditions from around the world. Prior