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CalArts and USC have a joint program at REDCAT tonight titled, “Listen Again: Music You Should Change Your Mind About Right Now.” A great panel of writers, musicians and scholars discuss the current state of pop music and celebrate the release of the latest scholarly writings on music issued by the Experience Music Project. Panelists include Neal Pollack (, Ann Powers (Los Angeles Times), R.J. Smith (Los Angeles magazine), Oliver Wang (, CSU-Long Beach) and Ernest Hardy (L.A. Weekly).

8:30 PM // REDCAT // 631 West 2nd St., Los Angles // $8.

Get your fill of the classical with members of the LA Phil who’ll perform pieces including Harbison’s “Snow Country” and Moravec’s “Scherzo.”

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8 pm // Walt Disney Concert Hall // 111 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles // $22-$47.

1974’s F for Fake is Orson Welles’ last major film and his swan song to the film industry. On the surface it documents the career of professional art forger Elmyr de Hory – but with Welles behind the camera, not everything should be taken at face value.

7 pm // Hammer Museum // 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles // $Free

All food items at Bar Celona in Pasadena will run you $5 between the hours of 3 and 7 pm. Now add a glass (or pitcher) of Sangria and pretend you’ve just awoken from a siesta in sunny España.

Until 7 pm // Bar Celona // 46 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena // $5 and then some.