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BAROQUE HOL­I­DAYS

The Au­los Ensem­ble, a pre-em­i­nent quintet of mu­si­cians who use authen­tic Baroque in­stru­ments, ush­ers in the hol­i­days with a concert of cham­ber mu­sic by Vi­valdi, Bach, Han­del and more. Con­certs In­ter­na­tional brings this New York group to the Clark Opera Mem­phis Cen­ter, far from the foot of the Christ­mas tree in the Metropoli­tan Mu­seum of Art where they have been a hol­i­day sta­ple for years. 7:30 p.m. Tues­day at the Clark Opera Mem­phis Cen­ter, 6745 Wolf River Blvd. Tick­ets are $40. Call 901-527-3067.

‘BAR­RY­MORE’ ON SCREEN

In 1997, Christo­pher Plum­mer earned a Tony Award for the ti­tle role in play­wright Wil­liam Luce’s “Bar­ry­more,” an es­sen­tially one-man play set in 1942 about the dy­ing al­co­holic John Bar­ry­more, known as “The Great Pro­file,” who in his hey­day was re­garded as per­haps the great­est ac­tor in the his­tory of stage and screen. A new filmed ver­sion of the play, spiced with flash­backs and other cin­e­matic de­vices, screens for one night only at the Malco Par­adiso. 7:30 p.m., 584 S. Men­den­hall. Tick­ets: $20. Visit malco.com.

FU­TURE POP

Bal­ti­more synth-pop band Fu­ture Is­lands per­forms at the Hi-Tone Café along­side Brook­lyn noise-rock duo Talk Nor­mal and Mem­phis’ Ilya Twins. 8 p.m. 1913 Po­plar. Tick­ets: $10, avail­able at the door an in ad­vance on­line at hi­tone­mem­phis.com. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 901-278-8663. Latin artist Alex Cuba plays Wed­nes­day night at the hard Rock Café.

RCA RECORDS

Neo-soul singer Marsha Am­bro­sius plays the Can­non Cen­ter on Satur­day night.

COUR­TESY ALEX CUBA.

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