Pasatiempo - - Onstage This Week -

Ty Se­gall, for­mer singer/gui­tarist for Orange County noise mer­chants Ep­silons, forges ahead in a quest to per­fect his mod­ern take on the psy­che­delic, 1960s-era garage-rock sound. Drip­ping with low-fi gui­tar fuzz and shot­gun-blast per­cus­sion, Se­gall’s mu­sic brings in­flu­ences as var­ied as Black Lips, Billy Child­ish, and The Stooges to the Corazón stage (401 S. Guadalupe St., 983-4559) at 8 p.m. Sun­day, Oct. 3. Also on the bill are har­mony-rich Al­bu­querque ex­per­i­men­tal rock­ers

Ghost Cir­cles. Tick­ets are $5 at the door.

Five cham­ber works con­sti­tute the pro­gram

ti­tled Hid­den Re­flec­tions that Ser­e­nata of

Santa Fe per­forms at 3 p.m. Sun­day, Oct. 3, at the Scot­tish Rite Cen­ter (463 Paseo de Per­alta). Fol­low­ing pieces by Poulenc, Arvo Pärt (two works), and Ravel, the per­for­mance con­cludes with the last of Joaquín Tu­rina’s pi­ano trios: his 1942 com­po­si­tion

Cír­culo …, a set of charm­ing minia­tures crafted to por­tray dawn, mid­day, and dusk, all tele­scoped into 11 min­utes. Tick­ets, avail­able at the door, are $25, with dis­counts for se­niors, stu­dents, and chil­dren. Call 989-7988. At 7:30 p.m. Wed­nes­day, Oct. 6, the Santa Fe Con­cert As­so­ci­a­tion presents a per­for­mance by Span­ish Brass Luur Me­talls, a Va­len­cia, Spain, brass quin­tet named af­ter a Bronze Age Scan­di­na­vian in­stru­ment called the luur — a pre­de­ces­sor of the con­tem­po­rary brass horn. The con­cert at the

Cathe­dral Basil­ica of St. Francis of As­sisi (131 Cathe­dral Place) fea­tures His­panic mu­sic, both con­tem­po­rary and from the past, in­clud­ing works by Juan Bautista José Ca­ban­illes (1644-1712), Ru­perto Chapí (1851-1909), Paquito d’Rivera (b. 1948), and Pas­cual Pi­queras (b. 1973). There is no charge for the per­for­mance. Call 984-8759. A mix­ture of slap­stick and 1940s film noir, There’s No Place Like

Homi­cide is an orig­i­nal play by Santa Fe New Mex­i­can writer Robert Nott. It’s a sub­tle murder mys­tery with a cast of char­ac­ters that in­cludes a one-legged sea cap­tain, a pair of iden­ti­cal twins, an in­sane-asy­lum di­rec­tor, a punch-drunk thug, and a femme fatale named Gin­ger Bread. The play shows at Ware­house 21 (1614 Paseo de Per­alta) at 7:30 p.m. Fri­day and Satur­day, Oct. 1 and 2. It con­tin­ues its run from Fri­day, Oct. 8, to Sun­day, Oct. 10. The 2 p.m. Oct. 10 mati­nee is pay-what-you-wish while all other per­for­mances are $10 for adults and $5 for teens; call 989-4423 for reser­va­tions.

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