La Oferta

February 27, 2024

Events Around the Bay

The One and Only Taylor Swift at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara

July 28 & 29 at 6:30p.m.

July is bringing some exciting news as you may be lucky to snatch some extra fab and very steep in price tickets for this mega star performances in the heart of Silicon Valley.

The singer and the song-writer’s Eras Tour, which features bits from each of the recordings of Taylor Swift’s career including her latest “Midnights” will showcase talents and the amazing popularity of this performer whose initial offering of the tickets sold out within minutes.

But the secondary sellers such as (hooray!) can make your dream come true.

Don’t wait and get your fingers do the walking to this site!

Good luck!


Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara (yes, the home of the world champions SF 49ers)

Photo courtesy of Eras Tour


Video Performance Recorded Exclusively for Steinway Society Audiences Worldwide Brings “Sensationally Gifted” Classical Pianist Rustem Hayroudinoff in Concert 

Now Through July 16

Rustem Hayroudinoff has performed to critical acclaim in Japan, the USA, Latin America, Canada, Russia and Europe.

His CD of the complete Rachmaninoff Preludes was selected by Classic FM Magazine as part of its ‘Essential Rachmaninoff Collection’ together with the recordings of Arthur Rubinstein and André Previn. His disc of the complete Rachmaninoff Études-Tableaux was hailed as a ‘benchmark recording’ and became BBC Music’s Instrumental Choice of the Month, as well as being nominated for the Best Instrumental CD of the Year.

Hayroudinoff studied at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatoire, the Royal Academy of Music, and privately with well known pianist and one of my favorite Murray Perahia. Hayroudinoff is a Professor of Piano at the Royal Academy of Music, London.

A number of compositions by Bach, Chopin and Rachmaninoff are scheduled for the repertoire for this concert.

Definitely not to be missed! Steinway Society – The Bay Area is a nonprofit organization based in Silicon Valley.

Now in its 28th season, this dedicated group of musicians, pianists, teachers, and arts lovers promotes excellence in piano performance and music education. Bravo!


Purchase Tickets:

Online streaming: $20 per household


Photo courtesy of the Steinway Society  


Peninsula International Dance Festival 2023 in San Mateo

July 15 at 7p.m; July 16 at 3 p.m.

Enjoy an extraordinary feast for your eyes and ears as over 200 dancers and musicians representing 21 Bay Area companies will perform traditional work form Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Cambodia, China, Congo, Greece, Hawaii, India, Mexico, Native America, Philippines, Spain and the USA!

This is an exciting vision of the United Nations performers on stage.

Not sure you are allowed to dance in the isles…. just applaud and hope for more spectacular dancing.

Produced by Christine Leslie, Executive Director of Peninsula Ballet Theatre (PBT), the Bay Area’s second oldest ballet and dance company, the Peninsula International Dance Festival 2023 participants have been thoughtfully selected and invited by PBT’s Artistic Director Gregory Amato working closely with Zenón Barrón, revered dance ethnologist and artistic director of Ensambles Ballet Folklórico de San Francisco; Carlos Carvajal, former Co-Artistic Director of the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival and Peninsula Ballet Theatre Artistic Director Emeritus; and Charlotte Moraga, artistic director of the esteemed Chitresh Das Institute/Chitresh Das Youth Company


Purchase tickets by visiting

San Mateo Performing Arts Center

600 N. Delaware Street in San Mateo

Free parking


La Notte Canta Benefit Concert with Italian Tenor Pasquale Esposito 

July 16 at 6p.m. Dinner and 8p.m. Concert

Known to the world as the American Caruso, Pasquale Esposito will sing under the stars at Morgan Hill’s “Guglielmo Winery.”

With an authentic Italian Buffet Dinner while sipping the award winning wines produced annually by the Guglielmo Winery, the evening promises to be the next best thing to being in Napoli, Italy, where the famous tenor was born.

Esposito returns for his 11th benefit concert supporting Notable Music and Arts Organization with a crowd pleasing showcase of Italian, American and Spanish standards coupled with some original compositions.

Pasquale will be accompanied by his international band, dancers and special guests.

Celebrate Summer with Family and Friends and enjoy an evening of spectacular music, culinary dining and fine award winning wines.

Join Pasquale Esposito, an international recording and touring artist who released 4 PBS Specials and 11 albums.

He received his degree in music from San Jose State University in 2009 and had his successful opera debut at San Francisco Opera in 2015 in the world premier of Two Women. Ciao and see you there!


Dinner/Concert Benefit Ticket: $150 pp

Wine is not included in the ticket but may be purchased directly from the winery.


Guglielmo Winery

1480 East Main Street in Morgan Hill