Sunday, Oct. 15
Music: ‘A New Era Begins’
Rei Hotoda begins her tenure as music director for the Fresno Philharmonic in this concert featuring piano soloist Natasha Paremski and pieces by Kernis, Grieg, Debussy and Respighi. Saroyan Theatre, 730 M St., Fresno, 559-261-0600, www.fresnophil.org, $25-$79.
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Event: The Fresno Fair
It’s the last day of the fair, which means it’s time to say goodbye to the delicious fair foods, carnival rides and games, exhibits and more. Mexican singer Ramon Ayala closes out the Table Mountain Concert Series. Fresno Fairgrounds, 1121 S. Chance Ave., Fresno, 559-650-3247, www.fresnofair.com, $12, $8 seniors 62 and older, kids 6-12.
10 a.m.-11 p.m.
Event: Jazz & Wine in the Garden
Spend an afternoon at the museum sampling fine wines from private and local vintners, appetizers provided by Pardini’s, view the new fall exhibits and enjoy music by the David Aus Trio. Fresno Art Museum, 2233 N. First St., Fresno, 559-441-4221, $45.
Music: Nothing But Thieves
The alternative rock band from England shot to fame when they opened for Muse in 2016 and released their second album, “Broken Machine,” in September. Strummer’s, 833 E. Fern Ave., Fresno, 559-485-5356, www.strummersclub.com, $18.
History will never be the same after this 90-minute ride through the history of America, using sketches, parodies, games and puns to tell stories from the last 600 years. Barn Theater, 42 S. Plano St., Porterville, 559-310-7046, barntheater.porterville.com, $15, $10 seniors and students.
Find more things to do at calendar.fresnobee.com.