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Tomorrow's events (Sept. 10)

 

■ Art and music: 'Resuscitation'

Tomorrow (Sept. 10) from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., the British Bankers Club hosts "Resuscitation: Dissection of the Dark," a group Goth and Industrial art exhibition and music event. The exhibition includes assemblage art by Jack Howe, with more artwork by Marie Dvorkin, Knox Bronson, Geoffrey Smith, Alla Viksne and others. Admission is $5, with the event open to those ages 21 and over, and the bar is at 1090 El Camino Real in Menlo Park. For more information, go to facebook.com.

■ Music: 'Wait! I'm Singing Now...'

Soprano Ellen Hargis sings sassy songs from the 17th ... century, that is. Tomorrow (Sept. 10) at 8 p.m., she'll perform humorous and sarcastic solos with lutenist Paul O'Dette at First Lutheran Church, 600 Homer Ave., Palo Alto. The program includes Barbara Strozzi's "L'astratto," about a singer with trouble picking the right number to express her feelings. O'Dette will also perform solos on the chitarrone, a type of lute. The concert is presented by the San Francisco Early Music Society. Tickets are $28 general, and $25 for members and seniors. Call 510-528-1725 or go to sfems.org.

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