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Beyonce, Adele, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and other female stars have ruled pop music for years. These days, however, there is a new crop of male stars — such as Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars and The Weeknd — that are giving the ladies a run for the money. And many of these artists have upcoming shows in the Bay Area. Let’s round up the new kings of pop. The 2010s might just be remembered as the decade of Bruno Mars. The Honolulu native has been absolutely unstoppable since releasing his multiplatinum full-length debut, “Doo-Wops & Hooligans,” in 2010. He’s built his fortune on hit singles, having delivered some of the best-selling singles of all time — such as “Uptown Funk” and “Just the Way You Are.”Best song: “Just The Way You Are”.

Q You were a teenager when you met Stravinsky?, A Yes, But you have to remember that I was growing up in a house in L.A, in which the reigning personality was my grandmother, Bessie Thomashevsky, And all sorts of people were coming to sort of pay court to her, all the old great Yiddish actors, And my dad, who had worked with Orson Welles on Project 891 and a lot of other stuff in ballet shoes gifttag - pink for a girl who loves dancing, can personalise to add name, number to make it extra special. great fo New York, would again be visited by all sorts of actors and production people, who had started out in New York, (and who came) out to Hollywood to make one deal happen or another..

Images 2015: A program of original jazz, modern and classical ballet performed by University of Santa Clara students. Feb. 7, 8 p.m.; Feb. 8, 2 p.m. Louis B. Mayer Theater, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara. $5-$15. 408-554-4015. Lunar New Year Concert: The El Camino Youth Symphony (ECYS) presents its fourth annual Lunar New Year concert with the ECYS Senior Symphony, Sinfonietta Orchestras and special guests California Youth Chinese Symphony. Selections include Li Huanzhi’s “Spring Festival Overture,” Offenbach’s “Parisienne,” and Chen and He’s “Butterfly Lover’s Concerto.” Feb. 7, 4 p.m. Flint Center for the Performing Arts, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino. $15-$25. 650-213-7111, ecys.org.

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The season will kick off in October with Cuban dance legend Alicia Alonso’s adaptation of “Giselle” (Oct. 16-18). Silicon Valley Ballet will be the first American company to present Alonso’s version of the classic tragedy, and the collaboration will mark one of the first between an American performing arts company and Cuba since the 1950s. The season will also include a revamp of Karen Gabay’s version of the holiday chestnut, “The Nutcracker” (Dec. 12-27), with new sets and costumes; a program consisting of a trio of works — Balanchine’s “Who Cares,” Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s “Prism” (a company premiere) and Ohad Naharin’s “Minus 16” — (Feb. 19-21, 2016); a reprise of the program titled “Bodies of Technology” featuring Amy Seiwert’s “This Might be True” (March 25-27, 2016); and the West Coast premiere of Septime Webre’s “ALICE (in wonderland),” drawn from the beloved kids’ story (April 29-May 1, 2016). Subscriptions, ranging $75 to $440, are on sale. Single tickets go on sale Sept. 8. Details are available at www.balletsj.org.