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06/30/2017
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In a distinctive approach to musical crosspollination, the Maureen Choi Quartet fuses flamenco and jazz, with a touch of classical. Choi, a classically trained violinist based in Spain, is on the road with her ensemble to promote their dynamic new album, "Ida y Vuelta" ("Round Trip"). 8 and 9:30 tonight at An die Musik, 409 N. Charles St. $10 to $20. 410-3852638, andiemusiklive.com. DOG AND PONY SHOW While the Walters Art Museum offers entries by finalists for the 12th annual Janet and Walter Sondheim Artscape Prize, Area 405 is showcasing more than two dozen finalists from previous years. Dubbed the "Dog and Pony Show," this exhibit includes works that address the pluses and minuses of competitive art prizes. Opening reception 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today (exhibit runs through Aug. 4) at Area 405, 405 E. Oliver St. Free. area405.com. GODSPELL Longbefore he penned the words and music to "Wicked," Stephen Schwartz made a splash with "Godspell" inl97L The musical, which put a novel spin on the parables of Jesus, gets its own novel spin from Infinity Theatre Company in a revival that fits "Godspell" into the framework of a TV sketch comedy show. Opens Saturday and runs through July 30 at Infinity Theatre Company, 1661 Bay Head Road, Annapolis. $24 to $42.877-501-8499, infinitytheatre.com. -Tim Smith Maureen Choi, jazz violinist, will be at An Die Musik tonight.