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Thursday evening at First Congregational Church in Berkeley, the conductorless string orchestra under music director Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg introduced “Delight in Dancing,” a program of dance-themed music spanning a range of styles, eras and settings. Of course, “dance-themed music” means different things to different composers, and Thursday’s performance, which repeats through Sunday in Palo Alto, San Francisco and San Rafael, was remarkable for its variety. From a world premiere by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon to well-known classics by Khachaturian, Stravinsky and Richard Strauss — and a surprise bonus in the form of an Argentine tango — Salerno-Sonnenberg and her ensemble gave each piece a distinctive, rhythmically vibrant performance.
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“The whole idea is that this isn’t a soccer field,” said Susan Andrade-Wax, Pleasanton’s director of community services. “This is a beautiful spot in the downtown where people can go into the plaza, enjoy bocce and where businesspeople can take a sack lunch and eat … It’s also a beautiful entryway to the downtown area, and symbolic because Rotary has done so many things in that area, as well as on the adjacent trail.”. The park, which has been known by several names, including its official moniker of Arroyo Green at Main, will be renamed Rotary Park at the April 30 rededication ceremony. As Rotary Club of Pleasanton marks 50 years of community service, members like Brice are busy planning new projects to benefit local residents and those in need elsewhere.