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Yet for all its glitz and glamour — and extremely spendy VIP passes — Festival Napa Valley is surprisingly accessible, offering a plethora of free concerts and tickets under $80. Well-heeled patrons may drop a grand on the opening night patron dinner and concert at Meadowood, but there are plenty of galas and concerts — including Concertos at Castello di Amoroso — for a tenth of that. Organizers relaunched the festival in 2016 with an emphasis on attracting younger audience members  — in the classical music world, “younger” means audiences in their 40s and 50s — and spotlighting an eclectic mix of domestic and international artists. That means both big names and emerging talent, like soprano Nadine Sierra, who first performed at Festival Napa Valley in 2017 and is now arguably the new face of New York’s Metropolitan Opera.

Free noon concert, Brass students of McDowell Kenley and Joyce Johnson-Hamilton, 12:15 p.m, May 10, Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford, http://music.stanford.edu/Events/calendar.html, Krystina Tran, Piano recital, 8 p.m, May 10, Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford, Free, http://music.stanford.edu/Events/calendar.html, Cypress String Quartet, Salon Series 2012-2013: Sturm und Drang, Dvorák: Love Songs, the Cypresses, Mozart: String Quartet in C Major, K, 465 “Dissonant.” George Tsontakis: String Quartet No, 5, Beethoven: String Quartet in F Major, Op, 59 No, 1, 8 p.m, May 10, Pearson Theater at Meyer Sound, 2832 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley, 8 p.m, May 11, Gallery ballet shoes applique' embroidery design ballet slippers ballerina design ballet with bows girl design #321 Wendi Norris, 161 Jessie St., San Francisco, 3 p.m, May 12, Stonebrook Court Manor, 1235 Stonebrook Court, Los Altos Hills, $50, 415-392-4400 or www.cypressquartet.com/special-projects/cypress-salon-series..

“The insurance companies, straight up, will not insure a lot of underground events,” Keenan said. “They will insure country and western music but no hip-hop. They’ll insure a cover band but not a DJ doing electronic music.”. In Richmond, the city will simply not permit those events at all, said Recreation Department Director Rochelle Monk. “That’s a flag for us to look a little deeper and to ask around to make sure (the events) are flagged for the police and fire departments,” Monk said. “That’s when the questions have to be asked because sometimes the applicants could say it’s for one event, but it’s actually a larger party.”.

Some of skits simply depict all-too-recognizable realities, Reed describes one character he plays as “a woman who sits in her window and calls the cops on what she believes are suspicious African-Americans, ‘There’s a gentleman, I see his chest is rising, It’s rising and lowering like he might be in a state where he might be perhaps ready to incite a riot or something, His chest is rising and dropping.’ And the cop is like, ‘You mean he’s ballet shoes applique' embroidery design ballet slippers ballerina design ballet with bows girl design #321 breathing?’ ‘Well, you can call it breathing if you like, I think it’s something more than that.’”..

“Becoming Michelle: A First Lady’s Journey With Robin Roberts” (9 p.m., ABC): “Good Morning America” anchor Roberts interviews the former First Lady and visits her childhood home in the South Side of Chicago ahead of the release of Obama’s memoir “Becoming.”. “The Walking Dead” (9 p.m., AMC): Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) has left to go make a few movies. Now what? Season 9 continues with a time jump of a few years (New hairdos! An older Judith!). In “Who Are You Now?” the Survivors encounter unfamiliar faces outside the safety of their community’s walls and must decide whether or not this new group can be trusted.