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THE LIST –continued from page 46 March 15 — "Martin Chalifour and Friends" department stores and with Walt Disney on Charles Ives, Germaine Tailleferre, Gabriela it shaped our past and how it may now features the L.A. Philharmonic principal the original design of Disneyland. The event Lena Frank, Beethoven and Strauss. The per- threaten our future. It screens at 4 p.m. with concertmaster and violinist in a concert starts at 6 p.m. at the Shakespeare Club in formance begins at 8 p.m. in the school’s a post-screening discussion. Recommended of works by Debussy, Ravel and Stravinsky, Pasadena, with a guided tour and cash bar, Barrett Hall. for ages 8 and up, admission is $10. with clarinetist Boris Allakhverdyan, cellist followed by the lecture and screening at March 11 — A Coleman Chamber Music March 24 — Science Saturdays’ amus- Ben Hong and pianist Steven Vanhauwaert. 7 p.m. Tickets cost $22 in advance ($18 for Concert features the Jerusalem Quartet, ing and insightful high-def film Octopus The performance includes dancers from members); $25 for everyone at the door. an Israeli ensemble performing works by Challenge shows the boneless creature in the Barak Ballet, in new choreography by The Shakespeare Club is located at 171 S. Mozart, Janacek and Beethoven, starting at action, squeezing into tiny spaces, sniffing Melissa Barak, starting at 7:30 p.m. Tickets Grand Ave., Pasadena. 3:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 to $55. out hidden food and even opening doors. are $58 ($50 for members). Visit huntington. org/calendar for reservations. The Huntington Library, Art Collections and View of Earth’s History, Search for its Twins March 14 — Caltech Professor of Astronomy Andrew W. Howard discusses “Searching for Earth-Like Planets,” exploring many It screens at 4 p.m. with a post-screening discussion. Admission costs $10. March 31 — The legendary Kingston Trio Botanical Gardens is located at 1151 Oxford All events take place in Caltech’s Beckman planetary systems, focusing on planets like celebrates its 60th year performing many of Rd. San Marino. Call (626) 405-2100 or visit Auditorium. Earth in size, mass and temperatures. It starts the group’s folk hits, including “Tom Dooley,” March 8 — Pasadena-based Salastina at 8 p.m. Free; no reservations are required. starting at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 to $45. Pasadena Heritage Offers Lecture, Documentary Screening, Home Tour Music Society’s February concert at the Pasadena Conservatory of Music is “Bryan’s Playlist,” featuring favorite pieces of concert host Bryan Lauritzen. The program was inspired by the e.e. cummings poem, “Hope.” March 16 — Caltech’s Reel Science Series of daytime film screenings for students presents Life: Birds, exploring the ways in which they are very adaptable, capable of flying at phenomenal speeds but also Joffrey Ballet Returns to the Music Center March 9 through 17 — March 8 — Pasadena Works include John Luther Adams’ “Looking displaying a murderous nature. The film (with Glorya Kaufman Heritage screens a Towards Hope,” “Musica Celestis” by Aaron post-screening discussion) starts at 10 a.m., Presents Dance at the Music Center hosts documentary film Jay Kernis, “Voodoo Dolls” by Jesse Mont- recommended for grades 3 through 12. the Joffrey Ballet Company in a contem- about midcentury landscape architect gomery, “Mikhail’s Thunder” by Mohammed Tickets are $10. porary rendition of Shakespeare’s classic Ruth Shellhorn and presents a lecture on her Farouz, Florence Price’s “Swing Low, Sweet March 17 — The high-definition film Earth— Romeo & Juliet for four performances at the career by author Kelly Comras. Shellhorn Chariot,” Caroline Shaw’s “Entr’acte” and Power of the Planet: Ice, explores a glacier Music Center’s Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. may be best known for her work on Bullock’s works by Tchaikovsky, Elena Kats-Chernin, in action, explaining why it is retreating, how –continued on page 50 03.18 | ARROYO | 49