Daniel Arnaldos, Tenor. Mellon Institute Auditorium. 8 p.m.
First-year graduate student in music composition — as well as an accomplished opera singer — Daniel Arnaldos will perform a set of Spanish art songs. This event is free and open to the public.
Jeff Miller. Skibo Cafe. 7:30 p.m.
Nashville-based singer-songwriter Jeff Miller will be performing in Skibo. Stop by for some chill country tunes to go with your Skibo pizza. This event is free and open to the public.
Sarah Steranka, Flute. Kresge Theatre, CFA. 8 p.m.
Senior flute performance major Sarah Steranka will perform the works of Gieseking, Amirov, Mozart, Yarnell, and Reich. This event is free and open to the public.
Evan Kahn, Cello. Mellon Institute Auditorium. 7 p.m.
Junior cello performance major Evan Kahn will be preforming a recital comprised entirely of original pieces — including one written by his father — in their world premiere performances. This event is free and open to the public.
Walls That Soak. Brew House Association. 6 p.m.
Free and open to the public, this opening reception features collaborative large-scale installations that engage ideas of art and architecture by constructing concrete forms out of sensory cues that resemble mental rather than physical conceptions of architecture.
Kahli Dalbow, Soprano. Kresge Theatre, CFA. 7:30 p.m.
Senior vocal performance major Kahli Dalbow will perform the works of Handel, Dvorák, Hahn, Schubert, and Ricky Ian Gordon. This event is free and open to the public.
Scooby Doo Live! Benedum Center. 8 p.m.
Hop into the Mystery Machine and grab some Scooby Snax; Mystery Inc. is taking the stage for this live-action adaptation of the classic children’s television series. Tickets start at $23 and can be purchased online at trustarts.culturaldistrict.org.
Lives of the Saints. Phillip Chosky Theater, Purnell. Through April 26.
Lives of the Saints is a series of witty playlets that inhabit a colorful world of dopplegangers, bumbling detectives, Mesopotamian construction workers, and talking televisions. Tickets are $17–29, depending on the day, with discounts available to Carnegie Mellon students.
Candida. O’Reilly Theater. Through May 18.
Presented by the Pittsburgh Public Theater, George Bernard Shaw’s Candida tells the story of Candida, who is caught in the middle of a romantic war between her practical husband John Morell and the passionate poet Eugene Marchbanks. Tickets start at $23 and can be purchased at trustarts.culturaldistrict.org.
Pantagleize. Lexington Technology Center. Through April 27.
Directed by Carnegie Mellon associate professor Jed Allen Harris, Quantum Theatre’s production of Pantagleize freely adapts the 1929 Michel de Ghelderode play of the same name and focuses on beat poet Allen Ginsberg, who is off to be King of May in Prague, but runs into a quirky guide, a sexy spy, and a nasty dictator along the way. Tickets start at $36 and can be purchased at quantumtheatre.com.
Lossless. Miller Gallery. Through April 20.
This exhibition of Carnegie Mellon School of Art master of fine arts candidates features large-scale installations, video, and generative sound art by artists Carl Bajandas, Oreen Cohen, and Yun Mi Her. Admission is free and open to the public.
RACE: Are We So Different? Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Through Oct. 27.
This exhibit explores the experience of living with race in America, using interactive multimedia components, photographs, iconic objects, and historical artifacts.
Rhythm and Bulbs. Phipps Conservatory. Through April 20.
This year’s spring flower show combines music with Phipps’ collection of exotic flowers and garden designs. From one room to the next, music genres switch and range from swing and big band to rock.