Back to the old Wild Blue
8 p.m. Saturday / Arena Nightclub, 1145 N. Fulton St. / towertheatrefresno.org, (559) 485-9050 / $23.50
Members of Fresno's storied Wild Blue Yonder -- a staple in the Tower District in the '70s and '80s -- are coming together again. They reunited in September 2011 and in March. Now, they will play at the old Wild Blue nightclub, where the band was spawned. The site is now the Arena Nightclub. The special opener is Appasionata, which features Fresno's Patrick Contreras and Steve Ono.
Twice the piano
7:30 p.m. Friday / Fresno City College Old Administration Building Auditorium / fresnocitycollege.edu, (559) 442-8221 / Free
Sometimes one piano just isn't enough. Fresno City College tops off a full month of piano-related events with a duo piano concert by faculty members Olga Quercia and Matt Horton.
3 p.m. Sunday / Main Street Theatre, 307 E. Main St., Visalia / threeriversperformingarts.org / $12, free for students and children
The Calidore Quartet comes with impressive credentials: It won grand prize at both the prestigious 2011 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition and the 2012 Coleman and Chesapeake International Chamber Music Competition. Now the ensemble brings its sound to Visalia in a performance presented by the Three Rivers Performing Arts Institute. The quartet also will perform 7 p.m. Saturday at the Three Rivers Community Presbyterian Church, 43410 Sierra Drive, Three Rivers.
A little psychedelic
9 p.m. Friday / Audie's Olympic, 1426 N. Van Ness Ave. / (559) 233-3733 / $10
SoCal oddities Spindrift will play in Fresno on Friday night, along with Gram Rabbit. Spindrift, a psychedelic spaghetti-western band, has an album/film -- "Ghost of The West" -- set for release this summer. The event includes special guests Style Like Revelators and Matthew J. Tow (Drop City, BJM), who fronts international neo-psychedelic rockers The Lovetones.
7:30 p.m. Tuesday / First Presbyterian Church of Visalia, 215 N. Locust St., Visalia / (559) 730-3754 / $10
It's two choirs for the price of one. The College of the Sequoias presents its Choral Classics Concert with a program that includes classic choral selections from the 16th to 21st centuries.
The COS Concert Choir and Chamber singers, under the direction of Jeffrey A. Seaward, will be joined by the Redwood High School Concert Choir and Chamber Singers, under the direction of Mel Carrillo.
Proceeds go to the COS Vocal Music Scholarship Fund.
All things harpsichord
7:30 p.m. Friday / McDonald Hall Atrium, Fresno Pacific University / fresno.edu/department/music/events, (559) 453-2267 / $12, $8 seniors, $5 students
Noted harpsichordist Bradley Lehman brings his expertise to Fresno with the next concert in Fresno Pacific University's Pacific Artist Series. Lehman, whose training includes a doctorate in harpsichord from the University of Michigan, plays works ranging from the 16th century to modern day.
You'll have two other chances to listen to Lehman besides the Fresno Pacific concert. At 10 a.m. Friday in Room 103 of the university's Marpeck building, he will give a lecture about his major achievement as a musicologist, the discovery of a keyboard system of tuning believed to have been Johann Sebastian Bach's own preference. And at 10:45 a.m. Sunday, he will play the harpsichord and lead a hymn sing at College Community Church Mennonite Brethren, 2529 Willow Ave., Clovis.
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