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St. Olaf Choir

The world-renowned St. Olaf Choir and conductor Anton Armstrong present a concert featuring sacred and secular masterpieces, as well as works for chorus and grand pipe organ. 7:30pm. $10-30.

St. Martin's Lutheran Church, 606 W. 15th, 800/363-5487

Fast Forward Austin: Charting Influences

Both a regional and international collaboration, this concert combines innovative programming concepts, cutting-edge contemporary classical music, and the brightest stars of Austin and central Texas. Featuring performances by Peter Bay (Austin Symphony), Sarah Silver (San Antonio Symphony), Kathryn Findlen, Tom Echols, the Graeme Francis Quartet and the Fast Forward Austin Orchestra, and the night culminating with the U.S. premiere of UK composer Charlotte Bray’s "Caught in Treetops." 8pm. $10-20.

The North Door, 502 Brushy, 512/485-3002

Monolith: Music for Enchanted Rock

That maestro Justin Sherburn and his Montopolis accomplices in musical brilliance will be performing this concert in full multimedia splendor at the end of the month, yes. But tonight – ah, tonight, citizen! – you get to have a free preview of the gorgeous new thing, performed in concert with Leigh Mahoney and Sara Nelson (Tosca String Quartet), Leah Nelson (Austin Symphony), and Brian Cassidy (Okkervil River). 8pm. Free.

Blackerby Violin Shop & Concert Hall, 1111 W. Anderson, 512/469-9343


Austin Girls' Choir: Spring Auditions

Students learn music theory, vocal technique and a large repertoire from classical to jazz, rock, and pop. See website for details. Through Feb. 13.

Episcopal Church of the Resurrection, 2200 Justin, 512/453-0884

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