Sacramento365.com's Top 10 Events: Week of March 21

This Week: Innovative Art and Musical Harmony
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 Music: Paul Thorn

Music: Paul Thorn
Harlow's
Mar 22
Tues 7pm
Among those who value originality, inspiration, eccentricity, character, and talent that hovers somewhere on the outskirts of genius, the story of Paul Thorn is already familiar. Now, Thorn reveals another layer of his fascinating history on the album Pimps & Preachers, addressing that subject on the title cut.

Music: Richard Thompson Electric Trio

Music: Richard Thompson Electric Trio
Ace of Spades
Mar 23
Wed 7:30pm
The iconic British folk rock legend is one of the world's most critically acclaimed & prolific songwriters. His astounding body of work includes over 40 albums of lyrical wit anchored by a singular acoustic & electric guitar delivery. The Richard Thompson Electric Trio, with Taras Prodaniuk & Michael Jerome, is playing with special guest Alex Nelson Acoustic Trio.
 
Dance: Icons and Innovators
Dance: Sacramento Ballet's
Icons & Innovators

Community Center Theater
Mar 24-Mar 27
Thurs-Sat 7:30pm; Sun 2pm
Icons and Innovators features Lila York's Celts, an athletic tour-de-force set to traditional Irish music. Also on the program is Ron Cunningham's Bolero and George Balanchine's The Four Temperaments. Enhance your enjoyment of the performance by joining Ron Cunningham 45 minutes prior to curtain for an informal and entertaining inside view of the performance.
 
 
Theatre: They're Playing Our Song
Theatre: They're Playing Our Song
Artisan Building
Ongoing-Apr 2
Thurs & Fri 8pm; Sat 2pm & 8pm
Inspired by the relationship between Marvin Hamlisch and Carole Bayer Sager, this play is about a wisecracking composer who finds a new, offbeat lyricist, and the match is not made in heaven. The two overcome several hurdles in their working and personal relationship before finding true love by the final curtain.
 
Visual Arts: Festival of Israeli Art
Visual Arts: Festival of Israeli Art
The Center at Twenty-Three Hundred
Mar 25-Mar 27
Fri 9am-4pm; Sat 8:15pm-11pm; Sun 11am-4pm
The Safrai Gallery of Jerusalem presents Young and Old Masters of Israeli Art, with more than 1,500 works. This is the largest viewing of Israeli art available in the United States. The event will feature a collection of original oil paintings, watercolors, etchings, and lithographs from more than 100 Israeli artists.
 
 Food & Wine: Wine & Chocolate: A Harmony of Tastes
Food & Wine: Wine & Chocolate:
A Harmony of Tastes

Revolution Wines
Mar 25
Fri 7pm
Join as 10 of Sacramento's finest confectioners compete with delectable chocolate tastings along with Revolution Wines, who will be offering wine tastings of five of their fine wines. If great desserts and wine aren't enough, a silent auction and judging by celebrity judges is sure to add excitement to this tasty event, which benefits Sacramento Children's Chorus.
 
Visual Arts: 10x10 Benefit Tour Open House & Gala

Visual Arts: 10x10 Benefit Tour
Open House & Gala

Sierra 2 Center
Mar 26
Sat: Open House 11am-3pm; Gala 6pm-10pm
Three organizations come together to create a new way to blend Sacramento's thirst for innovative visual art with its desire to address the needs of the local and global community. Attend the 10x10 Benefit Tour Open House and/or Gala & see fine art by many artists & Sierra 2 Center's newly renovated Curtis Hall.

 
Music: Folsom Symphony: Russian Power/Russian Passion Music: Folsom Symphony:
Russian Power/Russian Passion

Three Stages Performing Arts Center
Mar 26
Sat 7:30pm-9:30pm
Have you checked out the new performing arts venue in Folsom yet? See the Folsom Symphony, with Michael Neumann, conductor, perform their concert Russian Power/Russian Passion, featuring music from Symphony No. 5 by D. Shostakovich & Scheherazade Op.35 by N. Rimsky-Korsakov.
 
 Festivals: Sacramento Craft & Flea Market   Festivals: Sacramento Craft & Flea Market
Sacramento Outdoor Marketplace (21st St)
Mar 27
Sun 8am-3pm
Hundreds of vendors are on hand selling unique and beautiful Arts & Crafts along with some newly manufactured quality goods, including: jewelry, art, textiles/linens, food furniture, accessories, kitchen wares, imports, toys, cosmetics, body oils & soaps, and so much more. Come out for the Grand Opening and partake in one of many Sacramento Outdoor Activities!
 Music: Capital Jazz Project: Who's Afraid of the Big Band Monk?
Music: Capital Jazz Project:
Who's Afraid of The Big Band Monk?

JB's Lounge at the Red Lion
Mar 27
Sun 5pm
Join Capital Jazz Project, a non-profit educational jazz ensemble and very special guests, the Sacramento Jazz Orchestra, as they present great big band interpretations of Thelonious Monk classics. Arrangements by Oliver Nelson, Bill Holman, and Vince Mendoza.


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