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In sea­son, the course St. John’s of this Col­lege will be of of­fer­ing

free con­certs Beethoven’s com­plete pi­ano trios, played by pi­anist Peter Pesic (long-time mu­si­cianin-res­i­dence and tu­tor at the col­lege) and two ac­com­plished stu­dent mu­si­cians, vi­o­lin­ist

Ari Win­nick and

cel­list Jack Smith IV. The open­ing recital, at 12:10 p.m. on

Fri­day, Sept. 10, in the Ju­nior Com­mon Room of the Peter­son Stu­dent Cen­ter on the St. John’s cam­pus (1160 Camino de Cruz Blanca, 984-6000), com­prises the first work Beethoven pub­lished with an opus num­ber — his E-flat-ma­jor Trio, Op. 1, No. 1 — along with a trio move­ment he wrote in 1784, when he was 13. Sand­wiched be­tween Zo­zo­bra and Fi­esta is a dance-mu­sic throw­down in an in­dus­trial park on the city’s south­west side. Dubbed Techno Vacation, the party fea­tures San Fran­cisco DJ and Au­ral­ism Records head Ja­son Short play­ing some se­ri­ously stripped-down techno. Santa Fe club stal­warts

Feather­icci (Paul Groet­zinger) and Toast (Paul Senet), among other lo­cal DJs, round out this banger. The dance-floor sweat will flow from 10 p.m.

Satur­day, Sept. 11, un­til the early morn­ing at High May­hem Stu­dios (2811 Siler Lane). Ad­mis­sion to the all-ages show is $10 at the door. On the fringe of mu­sic his­tory stands Au­gust Klughardt (18471902), who as a con­duc­tor cham­pi­oned Wag­ner and Liszt but as a com­poser showed more old-fash­ioned obei­sance to Schu­mann. His works go mostly un­heard to­day — cer­tainly his four op­eras and five sym­phonies — but Ser­e­nata of Santa Fe re­vives his

Schil­flieder (“Song of the Reeds”) for oboe, vi­ola, and pi­ano in a con­cert that also in­cludes mu­sic by De­bussy and Santa Fe com­poser Ron Strauss. The con­cert is at 3 p.m. on Sun­day, Sept. 12, at the

Scot­tish Rite Cen­ter, 463 Paseo de Per­alta. Tick­ets, none more than $25, are avail­able at the door. Call 989-7988. Singer Paula East­wood works with the Dave An­der­son Quar­tet on a Stan Getz pro­gram at 4 p.m. Sun­day, Sept. 12. Play­ing with East­wood and sax­o­phon­ist An­der­son on bossa no­vas and bal­lads such as “Cor­co­v­ado” and “The Girl From Ipanema” are pi­anist Bert Dal­ton, bassist Jon Ga­gan, and drum­mer Cal Haines. The gig takes place at the Santa Fe Cen­ter for Spir­i­tual Liv­ing, 505 Camino de los Mar­quez. The $12 tick­ets are avail­able at the door (cash or check only).

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