Cantonese Opera Dazzles the San Francisco Harvest Festival
(San Francisco, CA, October 29, 2003) --- The San Francisco
Harvest Festival is returning to showcase its “Magical Makeover” with
exciting entertainment from the Red Bean Cantonese Opera House with Tri-City
Talent Group, a Book Launch and the hottest trends in Jewelry for the holidays.
Don’t miss this exciting new Festival, November 14 – 16 at the
Concourse Exhibition Center.
entertainment side, the Red Bean Cantonese Opera House will be putting on a
Chinese Opera demonstration Saturday, 11/15, at 10:15 AM.
Their performance will encompass a variety of opera dance and martial
arts styles. Performing at the
Harvest Festival are two of the Opera’s youngest members, their bright rising
stars: Stacey Fong and Jared Young. Stacey
has paved the way for bringing Cantonese Opera into the mainstream culture.
She founded a website dedicated to the promotion and discussion of
Cantonese Opera in the Bay Area (www.pearlmagik.com/bayareacantoneseopera).
Stacey was also featured on KTSF Channel 26’s Face
of the Bay Area. Stacey and
Jared’s rare passion for this traditional art form has earned them
community-wide recognition. Red Bean will have a booth set up throughout the
weekend, providing Harvest Festival goers the opportunity to feel like a star
themselves by receiving a stage makeup application by a professional.
Information on becoming involved with the Opera House through lessons and
events will also be provided.
Setting the standards for haute couture jewelry is the
world’s leading Swarovski Crystal showcased by Alacarte.
Their work has been featured at Swarovski fashion shows throughout the
world including Paris, Barcelona, New York and Miami. Alacarte Jewelry’s
sparkling collection of wearable art, adorned with Swarovski crystals, includes
an amazing selection of necklaces and beads and elegant Murano glass pieces and
provides shoppers countless options for creating personalized jewelry as unique
as the individual – a must for the holidays.
“Magical Makeover” is a quarter of a million dollar
revitalization project, funded by parent company DMG world media.
The revamp serves as a testimony to the over 300 entrepreneurs,
entertainers and artisans who participate at each show.
This year, Harvest Festival brought in DMG executive Mark White as its
Vice President of this new and exciting event that will be working closely
within the communities they serve.
It’s all at the Harvest Festival. Come find crafts, jewelry, and find fun at the all new
Harvest Festival, an unique shopping environment that provides a respite from
the shopping mall madness. With
more than 300 exhibitors and 17,000 handmade gifts, jewelry, clothing, music,
home décor, gourmet food, clothing and more, the Harvest Festival holds
something in store for everyone.
– 16, 2003
WHERE: Concourse Exhibition Center, 635 8th Street, San Francisco, CA
TIME: Fri 10am-7pm, Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 10am-5pm
COST: General: $8.50, Seniors (65+) $7.50, Children (6-12) $4.50
Click on www.harvestfestival.com or call 800.321.1213.
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