If you’re in the mood for something rare and exotic this weekend, how does this sound: A show featuring a Chinese zither player, belly dancers, Latin dancers and an Indian fashion show.
All this plus skits, bands, singers and the Tempe Community Choir will be showcased at the 14th Annual Intel Benefit Show 7 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday at Chandler Center for the Arts.
A zither is a traditional Chinese instrument that’s 6 feet long with 21 horizontal strings. It sounds similar to a harp, said Intel intern and zither player Lisa Prout. She said she might be the only person in the area who performs in public, so now’s your chance to check it out.
More than 75 Intel employees will donate time and talent to this event, which benefits Galveston Elementary School in Chandler.