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Comfort Inn Monterey by the Sea

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1252 Munras Ave., Monterey, CA, US, 93940

  • Phone: (831) 372-2908
  • Fax: (831) 372-7608
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Umi Garrett, Youth Pianist
LGHS Prentiss Brown AuditoriumMay 03, 2015 2:30 PM
20 High School Court
Los Gatos, CA 95030
The adorable eight-year-old piano prodigy who charmed and wowed Ellen DeGeneres with her backwards, upside-down and perfectly poised right-side up playing of Liszt's "Dance of the Gnomes" is all grown up -- well, sorta. The SoCal native is now a seasoned performance veteran of 14, and her technical skill and innate musicality have only matured along with her. She's won several prestigious competitions, appeared with major U.S. orchestras, toured the globe, become a Young Steinway Artist and released two well-received CDs. Now she comes to wow audiences anew with a sure-to-be breathtaking performance at Los Gatos High School Auditorium.
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“a Day Of Design” At The Winery
The Mountain Winery May 04, 2015 9:00 AM
14831 Pierce Road
Saratoga, CA 95070
Are you ready to take your event design beyond expectations? Join us for A Day of Design at the Winery OVERVIEW This 1-day experience at the scenic Mountain Winery is designed to give you an in-depth look into taking your wedding design business one step further by creating memorable events from concept to execution. The class is targeted towards new planners and those who have been in the events industry for a few years looking to grow their design side of their business. It will bring a detailed look at how you can raise your event design to a new level with step-by-step guides into the process of designing. The goal is to help you grow your business capitalizing in the $72 billion (10% of that spent just in California) spent on weddings annually in the U.S.. Taught by ACPWC certified wedding planner and event designer, Crystal Lequang of amazae events inc, who has over 15 years of event planning and design experience. From Fundraisers, Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Product Launches, Galas, Vignette shoots, and Promotional Events, she will be sharing a behind the scenes look of how to design, as well as partnering with other fabulous vendors in the industry for a one of a kind hands on experience. CURRICULUM So you say you are an event designer: What does that meanThe 3 Cs: Clients, Colors and CompositionThe Nitty Gritty: Element BreakdownFloralsStationaryTabletopThe Finer DetailsLayoutThe Logistics of Design Timeline, Budgets and ContractsHands on experience with tabletop design using tools at your fingertips with industry experts. WHO SHOULD ATTEND People who want experience in a career in Wedding and Event DesignCoordinators interested in adding event design into their businessAnyone interested in planning events part-time to earn moneyNew to moderate level planners who value additional education and hands on experience  Class size restricted Sign up to reserve your experience before April 11th! (Early bird rate $495 /$595 post)
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The Rentals
The CatalystMay 05, 2015
1011 Pacific Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
The Rentals is an indie rock band lead by Matt Sharp, a singer/songwriter and musician who is best-known as the bassist of the band Weezer. Featuring a mix of male and female voices, the band stands out for its quirky melodies. The Rentals released its first album, Return of The Rentals, in 1995 and its second, Seven More Minutes, in 1999. In 2014, the band came back with a new album, Lost in Alphaville.
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Warren G
The CatalystMay 05, 2015 9:00 PM
1011 Pacific Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Certain figures of the hip-hop genre seem to be intrinsically connected with the style of music even though they themselves have never been an extremely well known figurehead of the genre. One of these individuals is the West Coast rapper Warren G. He was part of a rap trio in the early 90s called 213 that also boasted Nate Dog and Snoop Dogg. With a connect to the hip-hop scene--his half-brother was Dr. Dre--Warren G introduced 213 to Death Row Records, who decided to sign Snoop Dogg, not the entire group. Thus, the group didn't really amount to much, but each of its members have gone on to have fairly respectable recording careers. Warren G's biggest commercial success came in 1994 with the song "Regulate." Despite not having a tremendously prolific career, Warren G tours quite frequently and contributes to well known rap acts on a fairly consistent basis.
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Tommy Trash, Kill The Noise
The CatalystMay 06, 2015 8:00 PM
1011 Pacific Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Since he emerged in 2006, DJ and electronic music producer Tommy Trash has risen as one of the biggest names in Australia's EDM scene. He earned his first taste of mainstream success with his 2011 hit, "The End," which caught the ear of major house producers such as Tiesto, David Guetta and Afrojack. With his music on several international labels including Ministry Of Sound, CR2 and Toolroom Records, Trash has collected a world-wide fan base among EDM fans.
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Wayne Hancock
The CatalystMay 06, 2015 8:30 PM
1011 Pacific Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Austin, Texas based singer/songwriter Wayne Hancock began writing country songs at the age of 12. While time spent in the military delayed his musical career, in 1995 he recorded his debut album and his classic country style akin to that of Hank Williams III won him an underground following. Blending honky tonk with Western swing, Hancock calls his style of music "juke joint swing" and has won the acclaim of many respected country musicians, including Williams, who has performed duets with Hancock.
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