guest appearances by a horn section including Kevin Houston on saxophone and Sauvo on trombone. Paul Taylor will open the show. 9 p.m. $7. 539 S. Highland. newbysbar.com Luna Nova Music is teaming up with some young voices to present contemporary works with the Memphis Boychoir and Girlchoir, led by Dr. Geoffrey Ward. The concert at Saint John’s Episcopal Church will feature local composer Robert Patterson’s “Windows for Children,” Casey Rule’s Fantasia for Violin, Roger Quilter’s Three Shakespearean Songs, Erich Korngold’s “Much Ado About Nothing Suite” and other selections. 3 p.m. 3245 Central. Free. lunanova.org chapter head (and ukulele enthusiast) Jon Hornyak, the Memphis Ukulele Band —a collective of local musicians, including acclaimed singersongwriters Jason Freeman and Mark Edgar Stuart, Mason Jar Fireflies vocalist Kyndle Mcmahan, and Grammy-winning recording engineer Matt Ross-spang — started a little over a year ago as something of a lark. But the project, which celebrates the fourstringed Hawaiian instrument, has quickly grown in popularity. Earlier this month the Memphis Ukulele Band released its debut single. This weekend they will mark the release of their self-titled full-length album with a Sunday afternoon concert at Lafayette’s Music Room. 2119 Madison Avenue. Show starts at 4 p.m. Go to lafayettes.com/memphis. Rock Cafe Memphis to host an “Oscar Night Viewing Party” to benefit the Ronald Mcdonald House Charities of Memphis, which provides support services and homes-away-from-home for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital patients and their families. Movie-related activities and games will coincide with the televised Academy Awards coverage, and a portion of all sales from the evening will go to the charity organization. 6 p.m. Free admission ($5 suggested donation). 126 Beale. Visit hardrock.com/cafes/memphis. the head of a house of prostitutes, the movie launches a new “Soul Cinema” series set to take place monthly at the Stax Museum of American Soul Music. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., movie starts at 7. Admission: free (donations accepted). 926 E. Mclemore. Visit staxmuseum.com.