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February 03, 2011 - Image 9

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Feb. 3 to 6
Italian violinist Nadja
will appear with the
New Century Cham-
ber Orchestra of San
Francisco at Rackham
Auditorium tomorrow
night. Under Sonnen-
berg's direction, the
orchestra will play a
series of pieces includ-
ing Tchaikovsky's
Serenade for Strings in
C Major. The concert
begins at 8 p.m. and
tickets start at $24.
Lincoln's birthday
might not be until
next week, but this
Sunday the Ann Arbor
Art Center is planning
to celebrate the 16th
president's big day
with "Abe's Birthday
Bash." From 1ito 4 p.m.,
community members
will be able to paint
their very own piggy
bnk while they chow
down on birthday cake.
The event is free.
The Japanese silent
classic "I Was Born
But..." is the tale of a
father whose self-dep-
recating antics embar-
rass his sons, resulting
in timeless satire about
class dialogue. The
film is screeing at 7
p.m. tomorrow in Lorch
Hall's Askwith Audi-
torium. It features live
narration from Prof.
Markus Nornes and will

be followed by a show-
ing of "The Mascot," a
1934 animated movie
about a stuffed dog and
its urban adventures.
For anyone whose
appetite may have
been whetted during
the Ann Arbor Folk
Festival last weekend,
come get your extra fill
with the Philadelphia-
based Americana band
Hoots & Hellmouth at
The Ark tomorrow. The
band is back in Ann
Arbor with their punk-
influenced alt-country
after they performed at
2010's Folk Fest. Doors
open at 7:30 p.m. and
tickets start at $17.50.

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