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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, May 23, 2012 13B ARTS E N T E RT A I N M E N T J High Sierra Community Youth Orchestra performs June 3 Face the Music Studio and Plumas Arts proudly present the High Sierra Community Youth Orchestra's 10th annu- al Spring Concert to be held at Quincy Elementary School Sunday, June 3. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the concert will begin at 6:30 sharp. This year's concert will fea- ture the Chatterbox Chil- dren's Orchestra and the High Sierra Community Youth Or- chestra playing a variety of music from Pachelbel, Grieg, Offenbach, Camille Saint Saens, Gershwin, Claude- Michel SchSnberg, Mancini, Beethoven, Scott Joplin and some modern composers. The featured young musi- cians will include Emily Walmer, age 12, playing Bach's Tocatta in D Minor and "On My Own" from "Les Miserables" on the piano. Che Rubalcava-Cunan, age 14, will perform Tfirrega's "Re- cuerdos de la Alhambra" on classical guitar. His brothers Miles, age 12, on trumpet and Luis, will then join him age 18, on piano, as a jazz trio playing Jobim's "The Girl From Ipane- ma" and "Fly Me to the Moon," Two other featured musi- cians are Sylvia Wood, age 11, playing two original composi- ti6ns on the piano and Natalie Kepple, age 16, playing the fa- mous Bach Prelude in G and the "Swan" from "Carnival of the Animals." Diane Seibel will accompany her on piaBo Tallon Sandoval, age 15, and Johny McDonald, 2012 California state twin fiddling champions, will perform a twin fiddling debut off of their newly released CD "Collide" with Dave Johns on the gui- tar. This CD was recorded in April at Syntharts Studio in Eugene, Ore., and is literally "hot off the press." Ben Sawyer from Meadow Valley will be master of cere- monies. With a lineup like this and more than 50 local musicians, this concert promises to please a wide variety of music lovers. "Come lend us an ear on Sun- day, June 3," said McDonald. Admission to the concert is on a voluntary donation ba- sis. No one will be turned away. A $5 per person or $15 per family donation is sug- gested. The funds help offset expenses for the orchestra, like sheet music. Members of the High Sierra Community Youth Orchestra practice for their 10th annual Spring Concert to be held Sunday, June 3, at Quincy Elementary School. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the concert starts at 6:30. Photo courtesy Face the Music Studio Theatre explores issues Alicia Knadler Indian Valley Editor aknadler@plurnasnews.com The toxic legacy of mining, ecosystem encroachment and an animal perspective of the occupy movement will be the topics explored in the first Maidu Theater Saturday, May 26, from 6 to 8:30 p.m., in the Taylorsville Grange Hall. Maidu Theater will be pre- sented in the Maidu language with English translation. Yetometo Koyo's Farrell Cunningham and the Maidu Theater Group will present the production. Three Maidu skits of the Tsiakim Maidu revolve around economic, ecological and social justice themes. The skit "Mercury" will deal with the toxic legacy of mining. The "Big Game" skit will be about ecosystem en- croachment. "Animals Occupy" will be an animal perspective on the occu- py movement and economics. Admission will be $10 at the door. Celebrate local cuisine The Taste of Mohawk event will be held Saturday, June' 23, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Graeagle Downtown Park. Guests will experience the finest local cuisines from the best restaurants in Graeagle, Beckwourth, Portola, White- hawk and Cromberg. Tickets are $20 per adult and include one glass of signa- ture wine. Tickets are limited and will be available after May 17 at the Mohawk Com- munity Resource Center, The Mill Works and Graeagle Out- post. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Mohawk Com- munity Resource Center, a service of Plumas Rural Ser- vices. The center is located at the corner of Highway 89 and Highway 70 in Blairsden. For information and tick- et sales, contact Shirley at 836-0446. TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents THE THREE STOOGES Fri., May 25 - Sun., May 27 All Shows @ 7pm Rated PG 92 min. Comedy Left on a nun's doorstep, Larry, Curly and Moe grow up finger-poking, nyuk-nyuking and woo-woo-wooing their way to uncharted levels of knuckleheaded misadventure. Out to save their childhood home, only The Three Stooges could become embroiled in an oddball murder plot while also stumbling into starring in a phenomenally successful TV reality show. ? THE LUCKY ONE Sun., May 27 - Tues., May 29 Sunday Show at 4pm Rated PG-13 101 min U.S. Marine Sergeant Logan Thibault returns from his third tour of duty in Iraq, with the one thing he credits with keeping him alive - a photograph he found of a woman he doesn't even know. Learning her name is Beth and where she lives, he shows up at her door and ends up taking a job at her family-run local kennel. Despite her initial mistrust and the complications in her life, a romance develops between them, giving Logan hope that Beth could be much more than his good luck charm. COMING: MARLEY TOUIH HALL THEATRE Showtime: 7pm Sunday Matinee 4pm Adults .................... '7.00 Students & Seniors ................. '6.00 Children ................ '5.00 283-114( 469 Main St., Quincy, CA Visit us at www.quincytownhall.com t