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Popular local chamber pop eight-piece San Fermin is playing its acclaimed 2013 self-titled album in its entirety, from start to finish, live for the first time at Bric. Classical group Ensemble LPR will join the band to recreate the full orchestral experience on stage.
9 pm at Bric House Ballroom [647 Fulton St. at Rockwell Place in Fort Greene, (718) 683–5600, www.bricartsmedia.org]. $18–$22.
Take me out to the graveyard! Green-Wood Cemetery is celebrating the start of the baseball season with an historical tour of the permanent dugouts where several of the game’s great players and pioneers are buried. Residents include Excelsiors star James Creighton, big hitter Charlie Smith, and Dodgers owner Charles Ebbets.
1 pm at Green-Wood Cemetery [500 25th St. near Fifth Avenue in Greenwood Heights, (718) 768–7300, www.green-wood.com]. $20.
This is not your average Sunday church service. On March 28 and 30, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Williamsburg will play host to a series of immersive, religion-inspired performances throughout the building from a collective of local artists. The line-up sounds both bizarre and fascinating, with works including “an interactive ritual cleansing” and “a high-stakes game of scrabble.”
7 pm and 9 pm at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church [334 S Fifth St. between Rodney and Keep streets, www.oneofuswchapel.com]. $15–$20.
This is one for the know-it-all music nerds (you know who you are). Long-running trivia contest the Big Quiz Thing is heading to Littlefield to host a countdown of its top 40 music trivia questions from past shows. If that does not give you enough opportunity to show off, there will also be karaoke with a live backing band before the show and between rounds.
7:30 pm at Littefield [622 Degraw St. between Fourth and Third Avenues, in Gowanus, (718) 855–3388, www.littlefieldnyc.com]. $10–$12.
The Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival kicks off March 28 and runs through April 30, with some 50 bands a musicians playing shows around the borough. And you can see one of its biggest name acts for free, when singer Emeline Michel — known as the “Joni Mitchell of Haiti” — brings her blend of jazz, blues, and samba to the Central Library.
7 pm at Central Library, Dweck Center [10 Grand Army Plaza between Eastern Parkway and Flatbush Avenue in Prospect Heights, (718) 230–2100, www.bklynpubliclibrary.org]. Free.
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