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The ensemble took a playfully self-mocking name (gadje is a Roma word for non-Romani people) and quickly became a leading force on the Bay Area Balkan music scene. While sometimes worried about how the band would be received by Balkan peoples, Peris says the group was accepted rapturously at a series of concerts in Turkey and Macedonia, even opening for the legendary Roma vocalist Esma Redzepova (who died last December). “There was this disbelief that Americans would even be interested, let alone play their music proficiently,” Peris says. “That flipped the whole notion of cultural appropriation for me. We’re showing respect by studying. We’re trying to do it right, especially by inviting and playing with the masters.”.

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Damn Yankees: Foothill Music Theatre presents the Tony-winning musical. Joe Boyd trades his soul to the Devil for a chance to lead his favorite team to victory in the pennant race against the New York Yankees. Through Aug. 18; Thursday-Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. $12-$28. Foothill College Smithwick Theatre, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. foothillmusicals.com. Summer Series Music + Market: Busta-Groove plays Top 40 and dance music. Aug. 21, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Downtown Sunnyvale. sunnyvaledowntown.com/summer-series.

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This brought us to the question: what is ballet? Tomasson’s generous answer offered the stunningly talented 24-year-old choreographer Myles Thatcher, a member of San Francisco Ballet’s corps de ballet, exactly the kind of company his new work, “Manifesto,” deserved. Georgia-born Thatcher, who has been with the San Francisco Ballet since he joined as an apprentice in 2008, set his elegant, moody clockwork dance for 12 to Bach’s “The Musical Offering” and “Goldberg Variations.” “Manifesto” picks up the thread of van Manen, who tightly structures two couples into a language of turns and extensions, and it foreshadows “La Bayadere” with its ghostly, at times icy, lighting (Mary Louise Geiger) and dark, regally spare costumes (Mark Zappone), which evoke the vestments of fashion-forward vampire priests and priestesses.