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Saturday, Feb. 13 (See map view)

A concert of interactive, foot-stomping fun with the orchestra. 2 pm.

The culmination of a two-week music, production, and songwriting workshop. Students from a Bedford-Stuyvesant high school collaborate with experimental-dance-soul-funk collective People’s Champs in the creation of new, original music. 8 pm.

An orchestral collective dedicated to pushing the boundaries of classical music. 8 pm.

Performers Rebecca and Evan interview a real couple in the audience for details on how the couple met and fell for each other, because they’re nosey. Minutes later they use those details to create a completely improvised musical, with a full band, about the couple’s love story. 8 pm.

A party with dancing, food, and friends. 11 pm.

Celebrate the holiday of love with those who know it best: the robots of Daft Punk. A dance party full of songs about love, robots, unrequited crushes, passion, inappropriate uses of cellphones, and more. 11:59 pm.

Sunday, Feb. 14 (See map view)

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with an evening of its best breakup, heartbreak, and love related performances/stories from shows past, present, and future --blending into an evening of love songs, live music, and a party. 8 pm.

Maxwell and Nas perform on Valentine’s Day, with special guest Emeli Sande. 8pm.

Monday, Feb. 15 (See map view)

The Tony-winning star of "Fun Home" releases his second solo album “Piety” tonight. 8 pm.

Wednesday, Feb. 17 (See map view)

Brooklyn Raga Massive launches its Pioneer Works residency with three African and Indian artists: Awa Sangho, Orakel, and the band Afrika Meets India. 8:00PM.

Part of Roulette’s Festival of Mixology exploring the history and tradition of electronics in music. 8 pm.

Critically acclaimed Italian teen opera trio Il Volo performs. 8 pm.

The British singer-songwriter-pianist plays a rare US show. 9 pm.

Thursday, Feb. 18 (See map view)

This Brooklyn-based choir sings gospel songs of strength and redemption. 6 pm.

An interactive music installation by artist Devin Curry in which visitors play and mix rhythm bases and sound loops by manipulating different sonic sculptural objects. 7 pm.

Some of Brooklyn’s best indie performers come together for a night of acoustic music. 7 pm.

An exploration of the history and tradition of electronics as it influences contemporary performance. 8 pm.

Friday, Feb. 19 (See map view)

Cellist Inbal Segev gives the world premiere of a brand new multi-media, immersive piece for cello and electronics by Gity Razaz, with video and projection design by filmmaker Carmen Kordas. 7 pm.

The nine-member Balkan funk band performs new works written by young people in the Brooklyn community. 7:30 pm.

Saturday, Feb. 20 (See map view)

DJs Stefonix, Brendan, and Bianca The Moosetracks is proud to announce a new spin-off from their popular Crazy Since da 90s night. Expect to hear 90s classics you’ve grown to love, along with more of our favorite jams across decades and genres. 10 pm.

Sunday, Feb. 21 (See map view)

With comedians Rachel Feinstein, Nick Vatterott, David Angelo, Josh Gondelman, and Jon Rudnitsky. 9 pm.

Tuesday, Feb. 23 (See map view)

The definitive Allman Brothers tribute band. 8 pm.

With opening act Bell Witch. 8 pm.

Wednesday, Feb. 24 (See map view)

Brooklyn Raga Massive launches its Pioneer Works residency with three African and Indian artists: Awa Sangho, Orakel, and the band Afrika Meets India. 8:00PM.

Friday, Feb. 26 (See map view)

A multi-disciplinary performance piece for voice, music, dance, and film concerning the disembodiment of the black body through police violence; and the subsequent protests in reaction to these incidents—witnessed through the camera eye. 7–9 pm.

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