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Artists celebrate East County beauty. BRENTWOOD — “Everything Local,” an art exhibit celebrating the beauty of East Contra Costa County, runs through Dec. 27. The exhibit hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays at the Brentwood Community Center, 35 Oak St. Presented by local art group The Brushoffs, subjects range from rustic back roads and Delta wildlife to homegrown flowers and farm-fresh produce, all created in a variety of media and styles. Work by sculptor Beverly Turner will also be featured.

Details: Presented by San Francisco Performances, 7:30 p.m, Nov, 6-7, 2 p.m, Nov, 8; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $40-$70; 415-978-2787, Http://sfperformances.org, 2 KATHY KALLICK BAND: Singer-songwriter-musician Kallick has been a force in contemporary bluegrass for nearly 40 years, With a rich voice and even richer knack for the art of storytelling, Kallick ballet slippers 101 cookie cutter is performing with her band in support of the album “Cut to the Chase.” She has shows in Berkeley and Mountain View Nov, 1-2..

— Randy McMullen. Vijay Iyer and friends: Vijay Iyer is celebrating his new post as resident artistic director at SFJazz in high style. The accomplished pianist-composer performs in four different musical settings (ranging from duos to large ensembles) during a four-night stand, Feb. 9-12, at the SFJazz Center in San Francisco. The first night features Iyer performing duets with trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith and saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa. The Feb. 10 gig is a collaboration with poet-writer Teju Cole and Iyer’s large group Open City, while Feb. 11 finds tenor saxophonist Mark Shim and Oakland trumpet sensation Ambrose Akinmusire joining the Vijay Iyer Trio. The stand concludes on Feb. 12 with Iyer’s recent trio project featuring Prasanna on guitar and Nitin Mitta on tabla. Tickets are $30-$90;  866-920-5299, sfjazz.org.

Ronn Guidi, former artistic director of the Oakland Ballet Company, noticed Labrador’s raw talent when he accepted him as a student at the Oakland Ballet School, now ballet slippers 101 cookie cutter known as the Oakland Ballet Academy, Six months later, Guidi gave him the part of Fritz in the school production of “The Nutcracker.” After increasingly demanding and high-profile roles, Labrador, then 16, was invited to join the Oakland Ballet Company as an apprentice, Last year, when Labrador was asked to perform with the Walnut Creek-based Diablo Ballet, he was the youngest dancer ever to work with the troupe of seasoned professionals, Lauren Jonas, Diablo Ballet’s artistic director, says Labrador has the potential to become one of the greatest dancers of our time..

At 14, Felsch left home to study at North Carolina School of the Arts. Then she was part of the pre-professional program at San Francisco Ballet for her junior and senior years of high school, touring extensively. Her parents understood Felsch’s need to perform. They had met on stage at College of Marin, where Robin Williams was a drama classmate. “I have a history of dance in my family. My grandparents were principal dancers for San Francisco Ballet in the 1940s. They performed the very first ‘Nutcracker’ ever to be performed in the U.S. We had a very special connection, because of dance. They were very proud of me. They were able to see me perform on the Opera House stage, where they had performed. That was with SFB, before I joined Smuin. My grandmother was always very fond of Michael Smuin and his choreography. So it’s pretty cool that I am now dancing for them.”.