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YAMATO: The Drummers of Japan. 8pm at Jones Hall. An athletic, powerful, and hypnotic performance. Call 713-227-4SPA for more info.

Greek Festival. Event ID:10/7

RBD Tour. RBD originated from the soap opera "Rebelde" and soon went beyond the television fiction into the pop music world. After a very successful US tour last year, the popular cast, Anahí, Dulce, Maite, Alfonso, Christián, and Christopher will again make their way to Houston with their 2007 tour. Houston events at Toyota Center. Call 1-866-4.HOUTIX for tickets.

City of Angels. Houston events at the Hobby Center. Set in the glamorous, seductive Hollywood of the 40's, the world of film studios and flimsy negligees, City of Angels is two shows in one. With essentially two different stylized sets of music by Cy Coleman, you will be, in fact, treated to a live version of a 1940s private eye film. Call 713-315-2525 for more info. Event ID:10/7

The Barber of Seville. 11am. Rossini's masterpiece follows the quick-witted Figaro as he helps his friend, Count Almaviva, woo the girl of his dreams. Come and see Opera to Go!'s special adaptation of one of the funniest operas ever written! Houston events at Miller Theater, In Hermann Park, 100 Concert Drive. Call 281-FREE-FUN for more info. Event ID:10/5


Houston Fine Arts Events

Treasures from Shanghai: 5,000 Years of Chinese Art and Culture. Featuring 77 sets of objects from the Neolithic period (circa 3,000 B.C.) to the Qing dynasty (1644-1911 A.D.), this incredible collection includes rare examples of oracle bones that represent the first form of Chinese writing, bronze vessels, polychrome potteries, sculptures, porcelains, paintings, jade/bamboo carvings and lacquer works. Location: Museum of Natural Science, 1 Hermann Circle Drive. Event ID:1/6/2008.

Lucy's Legacy: The Hidden Treasures of Ethiopia. Discover five million years of Ethipia's diverse history and culture. The exhibition will include the original fossilized remains of the 3.2 million-year-old hominid known as Lucy. With 40 percent of her skeleton intact, Lucy remains the oldest and most complete adult human ancestor fully retrieved from African soil. Location: Museum of Natural Science, 1 Hermann Circle Drive. Event ID:4/20/08.

RED HOT - Asian Art Today from the Chaney Family Collection. Drawn from the extraordinary holdings of Houston collectors Robert, Jereann, and Holland Chaney, the exhibition focuses on artists who emerged after the political and economic upheavals of the late 1980s and early 1990s. Call 713-639-7300 for more info. Showing at Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet. Event ID:10/10

The David Whiney Bequest. This exhibition celebrates the extraordinary bequest of works of art from the collection of David Whitney (1939–2005) to The Menil Collection. A curator, writer, art collector, and former trustee of The Menil Collection and the Centre Pompidou in Paris, Whitney was a pioneer in modern and contemporary art scholarship. Houston Fine Arts events at Menil Collection, 1515 Sul Ross. Call 713-525-9400 for more info. Event ID:10/28



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