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Andras Schiff performs at Walt Disney Concert Hall tonight. / Photo by Lush.i.ous via flickr.

TALK
Sci-Arc’s Spring Lecture Series presents “I’ll See It When I Know It” with Greg Lynn. Lynn has been named one of the 10 most influential living architects by Forbes Magazine.

7 pm // W.M. Keck Lecture Hall @ Sci-Arc // 960 East 3rd St., Los Angeles // Free.

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FILM*
Tonight’s the last night of the Aero Theatre’s “2007’s Best Underrated Films.” There are musicals being served up for the double feature tonight. First up is John Turturro’s Romance and Cigarettes followed by Richard Kelly’s Southland Tales.

7pm // Aero Theatre // 1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica // $7-$10.

FILM (Option 2)
Sergei Eisenstein’s 1925 The Battleship Potemkin comes to the Silent Movie Theatre tonight. The film is based on a 1905 historical uprising, when sailors rebelled against the czarist regime and the fighting spread to the town of Odessa. The film’s best known for its film editing and montages.

8 pm // Silent Movie Theatre // 611 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles // $10

SPIRITUAL
The Kadampa Meditation Center is holding an “Introduction to Buddhism” seminar tonight. The course will ask questions such as: Who was Buddha? Understanding the Mind; Past and Future Lives; What is Karma? and What is Meditation?

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7:30 pm // Kadampa Meditation Center California // 1492 Blake Ave., Los Angeles // $12.

CLASSICAL
It’s all Beethoven all the time tonight when Andras Schiff performs Piano Sonatas No. 9, 10, 11, 19 and 20 at Walt Disney Concert Hall.

8 pm // Walt Disney Concert Hall // 111 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles // $35-$88.

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