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Splendors from Russia: It’s an all-Russian program this week, starting May 25, at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco, as guest conductor Manfred Honeck makes his San Francisco Symphony debut. Baritone Matthias Goerne joins Honeck in the Symphony’s first performances of Shostakovich’s “Suite on Verses of Michelangelo Buonarroti,” and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5 completes the program. Details: Through May 27, $38-$149; 415-864-6000; www.sfsymphony.org.— Georgia Rowe, Correspondent.
Fun with Fanime: All hail the anime nation! It’s time for the annual FanimeCon/Clockwork Alchemy festivals, The anime extravaganza runs May 26-29, featuring dances, cosplay gatherings how to sew pointe shoes for beginners and contests, gaming tournaments, a swap meet and much more at the San Jose Convention Center, The Clockwork Alchemy is a steampunk convention held at the nearby Doubletree Hotel in San Jose, Details: $55-$85; schedules, information and tickets are at www.Fanime.com.— Karen D’Souza, Staff, Civil War days come to life: The Civil War encampment and battles at Felton’s Roaring Camp Railroads are a Memorial Day tradition in the Santa Cruz Mountains, with the 36th annual event taking place May 27-29, Roaring Camp’s steam trains make four trips a day through the redwoods, passing through Civil War skirmishes on Bear Mountain, The encampments are on display all three days, Details: Train rides are $20-$27; Civil War events admission is $5; parking is $8; 831-335-4484, www.roaringcamp.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff..
The (indie) Mouse that roared: Thousands of fans will watch Modest Mouse perform at the BottleRock Napa Valley festival this weekend. But if you are not heading to the festival, don’t fret. The band is playing its own headlining show at The Masonic in San Francisco on May 27. It should be a great night of alt-rock, delivered by one of the best bands in the business. Mattress is also on the bill. Details: 8 p.m.; $39.50-$59.50; www.livenation.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff. Food, glorious food: Don’t feel like lighting up the grill this holiday weekend? Not to worry, there are lots of food festivals scheduled. In Morgan Hill, the 38th annual Mushroom Mardi Gras will celebrate the savory ‘shroom with food and music (free; 10 a.m.-7 p.m. May 27, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. May 28; www.mhmmg.org/). In the East Bay, the Burger & Brew Festival will return to Fremont with a new event, a burger throwdown, (free; 11 a.m.-6 p.m. May 27; www.burgerandbrewfest.com). And San Jose’s got the Taco Festival of Innovation on May 27 followed by the Baconland festival May 28 (both 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at History Park; ticket details, www.mvblfeast.com). Details: Find details on more fairs and festivals at www.mercurynews.com/entertainment.— Linda Zavoral, Staff.
New music from East Bay singer: Veteran Danville vocalist Eve Marie Shahoian, who got her start performing on network television shows as a second grader in the early 1980s, plays the new Walnut Creek music club the Impulse Room on May 27 with a top-shelf band featuring keyboardist John R, Burr, bassist Marc Levin, drummer Eric Garland how to sew pointe shoes for beginners and violinist Mads Tolling (who earned two Grammy Awards during his tenure with Turtle Island Quartet), A gifted singer/songwriter, Shahoian is celebrating the release of her new album “Believe.” Details: 8 p.m, (doors open at 5:30 p.m., with buffet dining available); $18-$38; 925-476-5040, www.impulseroom.com.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..
KidFest returns to Concord: Here’s a festival where children rule, and the electronic gadgets can stay at home. At Concord’s annual KidFest, youngsters up to 12 can ride, jump, skip, slide and zipline; engage with ponies, pythons and monkeys; create spin art, balloon hats and keepsake handprints; and have selfies taken with Batman and Curious George. Details: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. May 27-28, until 5 p.m. on May 29, Memorial Day; Mt. Diablo High School, Concord; Admission, $6 with canned food donation; www.kidfestconcord.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff.
2 days of Stone Soul tunes: KBLX sure knows how to throw a party, And the Bay Area R&B radio station will prove it once again, how to sew pointe shoes for beginners during its 20th anniversary Stone Soul Concert, a two-day event featuring many top talents, Day One brings The Isley Brothers, Joe, Cameo, Doug E, Fresh, Lalah Hathaway and Rick & Russ, Day Two offers Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, Chaka Khan, After 7, Jalil and Exstacy of Whodini, Average White Band and (again) Rick & Russ, Details: Music starts noon May 27-28; Concord Pavilion; single-day tickets run $51.75-$146, two-day passes cost $83.50-$262; www.livenation.com— Jim Harrington, Staff..
A Cy Young winner’s gone country: Barry Zito is a very familiar name to Bay Area sports fans, having pitched for both the Oakland A’s and San Francisco Giants during his career. He returns to action on May 28 in San Francisco, not to toss curveballs, but rather to croon and strum country/Americana tunes. Zito, who won the 2002 Cy Young as an Athletic, is supporting the newly released EP “No Secrets.” Details: 8 p.m.; Great American Music Hall, San Francisco; $25; www.slimspresents.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff.
A different look at the news: Pop-Up Magazine certainly isn’t your ordinary magazine, It’s an immersive experience where multimedia stories are created live onstage, The magazine, which originated in San Francisco, is taking its spring “issue” on tour and returns to its home turf for shows May 31 and June 1, Contributors include author Jon Ronson, artist/photographer Tabitha Soren, actor Yassir how to sew pointe shoes for beginners Lester and Rolling Stone writer Brittany Spanos, An original score performed will be performed onstage by Magik*Magik Orchestra, Details: 7:30 p.m, May 31 and June 1; The Curran, San Francisco; $35-$55; www.popupmagazine.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff..