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Obon Festival Of Joy. Festival of joy and thanksgiving with cultural displays and performances, including Ikebana display, Koto demonstration, tea ceremony, taiko drum performance, Japanese folk music and singing, dancing and more. 3 to 9 p.m. Aug. 3. Buddhist Church of Oakland, 825 Jackson St., Oakland. Free. 510-832-5988, buddhistchurchofoakland.org. Art + Soul Oakland 2013. Two art- and music-packed days featuring Lisa Loeb, Tristan Prettyman, The Rescues and Vintage Trouble, Amikaeyla and ConFunkShun, Leela James, and more. Also, artisan booths, gourmet global cuisine and food trucks, and fun for kids. Noon to 8 p.m. Aug. 3 and Aug. 4. Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, 14th St and Broadway, Oakland. $5/$15, children 12 and under free. 510-444-CITY, www.artandsouloakland.com.

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If you aren’t already familiar with SFDanceWorks, it might be because the dance troupe didn’t even exist before 2016. But now is a good time to acquaint yourself with this local treasure. The company’s inaugural season two years ago sold out each night. Its second season pulled off the same achievement. And its third season, June 8-10 at the San Francisco’s Cowell Theater, looks to be a three-peat. The main ingredients in this recipe for success are the right team of performers and finely-honed movement compositions. It’s no accident, SFDW’s dancers and choreographers have worked with such internationally renowned companies as San Francisco Ballet, Nederlands Dans Theater, Stuttgart Ballet, Dutch National Ballet, LINES Ballet, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Boston Ballet, and Houston Ballet.

Congregational Oratorio Society, Conducted by Gregory Wait; Joe Guthrie on continuo, “Madrigals from Around the World.” Music by Morley, Lassus, Marenzio, Weelkes and others, Ice-cream social follows, 3 p.m, June 3, First Congregational Church of Palo Alto, 1985 Louis Road, Palo Alto, $10-$15, 650-856-6662 or www.fccpa.org/FCCPA_Site/Concerts.html, Broadway By the Bay, “Hairspray.” Book by Mark O’Donnell and Thomas Meehan; music by Marc Shaiman; lyrics by Scott Wittman and funny tshirt dance contest winner t-shirt ballet swing dancing mens womens kids (also available on crewneck sweatshirts and hood Shaiman; based on John Waters film, Directed by Amanda Folena, Through April 22, Fox Theatre, 2215 Broadway, Redwood City, $20-448, 650-579-5565 or www.broadwaybythebay.org..

Cabrera conducted “Finlandia” as part of a set that included two additional Scandinavian works, both attractively pictorial — Sibelius’ “Karelia” Suite and Grieg’s “The Last Spring,” the former evoking the expanse of the Finnish landscape, the latter, for strings alone, a tribute to Grieg’s Norway. Each sounded nostalgic in the best sense of the word. The second half also included a stop in Spain for an energized performance of Manuel de Falla’s “Ritual Fire Dance,” drawn from the composer’s 1915 ballet, “El amor brujo.” Cabrera brought the work’s distinctly Iberian rhythms and melodies into sharp relief. From there, it was on to France and radiant performances in a pair of short works by Debussy. “The Girl with the Flaxen Hair,” drawn from the composer’s first book of Preludes, sounded sublime in William Gleischmann’s orchestration. “Clair de lune” followed, with Cabrera conducting with an ear to the score’s orchestral balances and subtle colors.

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