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San Jose Japantown’s blooming festival: This year’s 40th annual Nikkei Matsuri — one of the largest celebrations in San Jose’s Japantown — coincides with the 60th anniversary of the San Jose-Okayama sister city relationship. San Jose Taiko joins the 2 p.m. April 21 flag-raising at City Hall; a cultural event is planned for April 22 at the Hammer Theater; and then the big public festival (food, music, drumming, crafts) runs from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 23. Details: Festival admission is free; www.nikkeimatsuri.org.— Linda Zavoral, Staff.
Hunter’s Point artists extend an invitation: More than 100 artists who create their works at the former Hunters Point pictures of ballet shoes to draw shipyards and warehouses will open their studios to the public this weekend, Meet painters, sculptors, photographers, jewelry makers and more, buy works of art and check out this historic corner of San Francisco, Great views, too, Details: Admission, parking are free, 11 a.m.-6 p.m, April 22-23 at 300 Donahue St., San Francisco; www.shipyardartists.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff..
A choral concert for hope: The Chorale Project of Silicon Valley teams up with Sacramento’s Vox Musica for the concert “Voices of Hope,” featuring the debut work “Refugees,” with text by poet Brian Bilston and music by Daniel Hughes, Choral Project’s artistic director. Other selections include music by Hildegard von Bingen, Carlos Suriñach, Jake Runestad and Stephen Hatfield. Details: 8 p.m. April 22; Mission Santa Clara de Asis, Santa Clara University; $10-$25; www.choralproject.org.— Bruce Manuel, Staff.
Learn film from the masters: Screenings and discussions with filmmakers Gerard McMurray (“Burning Sands”), Michelle Morgan (“K.I.T.”) and Mike Plante (“Giuseppe Makes a Movie”) will be part of the free Short Film Master Class presented by the Hammer Theatre and Sundance Institute, The pictures of ballet shoes to draw event is aimed at directors, writers, producers, actors and film-set crew members, Details: 1-6 p.m, April 23; Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose; free (reservations recommended); 408-924-8501, www.sjsu.edu/hammertheatre.— Bruce Manuel, Staff..
Music and dance, Sicilian style: Bring the family along for an afternoon lesson in Sicilian culture on April 23. The Italian American Heritage Foundation in San Jose will host performer Michela Musolini and accordionist Fabio Turchetti in a program of folk and classical dance and music. Details: Doors open at 2 p.m., dinner starts at 3, performance runs from 4 to 6 p.m.; $15-$18, $5 kids; 408-293-7122; www.iahfsj.org.— Linda Zavoral, Staff. Come hear Bastille’s ‘Wild World’: Bastille is best known for the 2013 single “Pompeii,” the global smash that reached quintuple-platinum heights in the U.S. Yet, the British indie-pop act has a number of other good songs, including “Flaws” and “Good Grief.” The band, so named because frontman Dan Smith’s birthday falls on Bastille Day (July 14), is touring to support its sophomore album, “Wild World,” which follows the gold-certified debut “Bad Blood.” Mondo Cozmo opens the show. Details: 7 p.m. ASunday; Greek Theatre, Berkeley; $42.50; www.ticketmaster.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff.
‘The Bodyguard’ hits San Jose: Saving all your love for “The Bodyguard?” If you’re pictures of ballet shoes to draw a fan of Lawrence Kasdan’s 1992 Oscar-nominated movie starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, then you know you need to check out the new musical version with R&B star Deborah Cox as the pop diva who hires a former Secret Service agent with unexpected results, The musical, which includes hit tunes such as “So Emotional,” “One Moment in Time,” “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” and the uber hit “I Will Always Love You,” opens April 25 at San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts, Details: Through April 30; $53-$128; 800-982-2787, www.broadwaysanjose.com— Karen D’Souza, Staff..
Musical strains from the Ukraine: Avant-garde folk songs might sound like an oxymoron, but in the hands of the stunning quartet DakhaBrakha, there’s no contradiction between roots music from the Ukrainian countryside and art music from Kiev’s experimental theater scene. Creating haunting polyphonic vocal harmonies while accompanying themselves on cello, hurdy gurdy, piano, sundry percussion implements — not to mention tabla, didgeridoo, accordion and trombone — they’re adding new sonic facets to the traditional songs they’ve been immersed in since birth. The fact that the three women often perform in towering black fur hats and white wedding dresses adds to the music’s decidedly otherworldly feel. They come to Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage next week. Details: 8 p.m. April 25; Freight & Salvage, Berkeley; $30-$35; 510-644-2020, www.thefreight.org.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent.
An ‘Encounter’ somewhere in Brazil … Plunge into the Amazon with Simon McBurney as your guide in the immersive theatrical experience that is “The Encounter.” Donning headphones and letting the pictures of ballet shoes to draw soundscape suck us in, theatergoers trace the path of National Geographic photojournalist Loren McIntyre, who got lost in a remote area of Brazil, The Bay Area debut of the celebrated theater company, Complicite, this is a 3-D audio adventure that garnered raves on Broadway, Details: April 25 through May 7; The Curran theater; $49-$185; www.sfcurran.com— Karen D’Souza, Staff..