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American Bach Soloists, Aug. 3-12: Take a trip to “The Glorious Court of Dresden,” a program of German works from Europe’s “Jewel Box City.” For its annual summer festival, American Bach music director Jeffrey Thomas leads the orchestra and soloists in orchestral concerts, a performance of Handel’s “Semele,” and Bach’s B-minor Mass. Details: San Francisco Conservatory of Music and St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, San Francisco; $35-$105; 415-621-7900; www.americanbach.org. West Edge Opera, Aug. 4-9: In recent years, the East Bay company under director Mark Streshinsky has captured national attention with revelatory productions of contemporary operas and rarely staged masterworks. This year’s festival features Debussy’s only completed opera, “Pelléas and Mélisande,” followed by the Matt Marks/Paul Peers “Mata Hari” and Luca Francesconi’s “Quartett.” Details: Aug. 4-19, Craneway Conference Center, Richmond Marina; $19-$125; 510-841-1903; www.WestEdgeOpera.org.

Among the early arrivals Sunday were the cast of “Orange is the New Black,” which is nominated for best comedy television series, The show has won the honor two years in a row, Viggo Mortensen, who is nominated for best actor along with the cast of “Captain gold baby shoe, toddler ballet slipper, gold flower girl shoe, ballet flat, gold christmas shoe, little girl shoe, holiday, baby Fantastic,” says he and his cast mates are enjoying the attention that comes with the nominations, “Even if we don’t win,” Mortensen says, “we’re going to act like we did.”, The small indie film is competing against several Oscar best picture nominees, including “Moonlight” and “Manchester by the Sea.”..

Sankai Juku: Butoh is a particularly rigorous and demanding dance form, and no company has plumbed the depths of the dark emotions inherent in the style than Sankai Juku. Founded in 1975 by choreographer Ushio Amagatsu, who still directs the Tokyo-based troupe, Sankai Juku presents the West Coast premiere (and only Bay Area performance) of a recent evening-length work, “Tobari (As If in an Inexhaustible Flux),” a dance featuring seven tableaus exploring the cosmic cycle of birth, death and rebirth. For the San Francisco performances, the company presents “Hibiki: Resonance from Far Away,” a signature work that embodies butoh’s stark and hypnotic aesthetic. Details: Nov. 9; Stanford Memorial Auditorium; $28-$68; 650-725-2787, livelyarts.stanford.edu. Also Nov. 11-14; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; $35-$60; 415-392-2545 www.performances.org.

4, Let it Snow: Fans of the beloved Jon Snow (Kit Harington) will be pleased to hear that the strong, mostly silent, soldier steps to the forefront this season, Snow, one of the remaining Stark sons, takes on more of a leadership role as he prepares members of the depleted Night Watch for a clash with Mance Rayder’s army of wildlings, “I think Jon Snow is one of the last bastions of a young hero who might do a good thing,” gold baby shoe, toddler ballet slipper, gold flower girl shoe, ballet flat, gold christmas shoe, little girl shoe, holiday, baby Harrington said in an interview with GQ, “There’s a huge amount riding on him to be a leader, and I want him to become that leader, I guess for me, Jon Snow is a figure of hope.”..

FRIDAY: After an abrupt cancellation that left its fans ticked off, “Sense8” returns with an emotional two-hour series finale. It wraps up the stories of eight very different people who have been plunged into the middle of each other’s tragedies and triumphs. (Netflix). SATURDAY: Millions of visitors to The Dodo website have shed tears as they watch heartwarming videos of people coming to the aid of needy critters. Now, the site expands into TV with “Dodo Heroes.” Our advice: Keep the tissues handy. (9 p.m., Animal Planet).