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Chris Botti: A com­mand­ing trum­pet player and con­sum­mate show­man, Botti reigns as the world’s top-sell­ing jazz in­stru­men­tal­ist. The vir­tu­oso and his long­time band are known for reimag­ined takes on such clas­sic songs as "When I Fall in Love." 8:00pm, Parker Playhouse, 707 NE Eighth St., Fort Laud­erdale. Tick­et­mas­ter, park­er­play­ $50.12 - $75.50.

Palm Beach Sym­phony: Con­duc­tor Ramón Te­bar leads the en­sem­ble in Rach­mani­nov’s Sym­phony No. 2 to close its sea­son. Ra zvan Suma, res­i­dent cel­list and di­rec­tor of Ro­ma­nian Na­tional Ra­dio Or­ches­tras, joins the orches­tra to per­form El­gar’s Cello Con­certo. 8:00pm, Kravis Cen­ter for the Per­form­ing Arts, 701 Okee­chobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. 561-832-7469, $35+.

Zara­banda: The band emerged in the late ’90s as Willy Chirino's of­fi­cial back­ing band, tour­ing in­ter­na­tion­ally for five years. They per­form as part of the Live on Lin­coln out­door con­cert se­ries. 1:00pm, Lin­coln Road Stage, 1111 Lin­coln Road, Mi­ami Beach. 305-332-2623, kc­cpro­duc­ Free.


Sur­viv­ing Skokie: Screen­ing with a

Mean­ing: The evening in­cludes the film, dis­cus­sion with the di­rec­tor and re­fresh­ments. “Sur­viv­ing Skokie” is an in­tensely per­sonal doc­u­men­tary, by for­mer Skokie res­i­dent Eli Adler, about the provoca­tive events of the 1970s, and a jour­ney with his fa­ther to con­front long-sup­pressed mem­o­ries. 7:00pm, Sa­vor Cin­ema, 503 SE Sixth St., Fort Laud­erdale. Ticket price ben­e­fits the Holo­caust Sur­vivors As­sis­tance Pro­gram. 954-525-3456. $54.

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