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Get Out: Beethoven Explored, Works By Eugene O'Neill and Eat Your Art Out Returns

Piano #2-Street Life by CindiK. via the LAist Featured Photos Pool on Flickr.
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CLASSICAL: The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra hosts their acclaimed, annual "Discover" concert, which allows concertgoers to explore a single work with in-depth commentary. Tonight at 8 p.m. at Pasadena's Ambassador Auditorium, Music Director Jeffrey Kahane discusses, then conducts, Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4. Tickets start at $25.

THEATRE: REDCAT continues to host the Wooster Group and New York City Players, who will perform "Early Plays", a program comprised of four early works by Eugene O'Neill. Tickets for the 3:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. performances start at $25.

ART PARTY: Eat Your Art Out, one of L.A.'s biggest silent art auctions, returns to Titmouse animation studios in Hollywood for its sixth year. Dozens of artists, including Jim Mahfood, Angry Woebots and Cris Dobbins, have donated art based around this year's theme, "Creature Feature at the Drive-In." In addition to the art auction, expect food trucks, beer and wine, live DJ sets and more. Proceeds benefit the Angel City Derby Girls, L.A.'s premier flat-track roller derby league, as well as the Keep A Breast Foundation. This event runs from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. and is all ages, with a $5 cover at the door.

ON YOUR RADIO: Feel like staying in? KCRW is relaunching their much-missed electronic music show, "Metropolis" tonight. Hosted by Music Director Jason Bentley, the revamped show will air on Saturdays from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. So wait for that bass to drop...then go crazy.

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