Tickets are $18 for adults, $14 for seniors and college students, $6 for ages 5 to 18, and free for children under 5; they will be available at the door or can be reserved at 617-983-1370. For more information, go to www.mws-boston.org.
WORLD VIEW: On Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Memorial Congregational Church, 26 Concord Road in Sudbury, launches its concert season with the recital “This is My Letter to the World,” a musical presentation of American and English poetry and ancient Chinese philosophy in English translation.
Admission is $15; $10 for students and seniors. A reception with the performers and composer David Leisner will take place after the concert. For more information, go to www.mccsudbury.org.
SCENES FROM INDIA: The Arsenal Center for the Arts, 123 Arsenal St. in Watertown, is presenting a multimedia exhibition created by Newton photographer Mimi Bernardin in collaboration with her son, Jesse Tripathi.
“Baba’s Village: Glimpses of an Ancestral Home” depicts a trip that Bernardin and Tripathi took in 2011 with Bernardin’s Indian-born father-in-law, Vinod Tripathi, to his native village, Jangoan, to document recent changes in that part of the world and see the girls’ school built by the senior Tripathi.
The display, which shows the school, interviews with villagers, and interactions between the photographer and residents of the rural community on the street outside the family home, is continuing through Nov. 10. Admission is free. For gallery hours or more information, call 617-923-8487 or go to www.arsenalarts.org.
TRIBUTES IN SONG: Singer Steven SanSoucie presents “If There Is Music There,” a program of hits that celebrates the lives of late musicians including Donna Summer, Janis Joplin, Freddie Mercury, Whitney Houston, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, John Denver, Michael Jackson, John Lennon, Andy Gibb, Luther Vandross, and Dan Fogelberg at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Amazing Things Art Center, 160 Hollis St., Framingham.
Tickets are $18, or $17 for seniors and students, and $15 for Amazing Things members. Call 508-405-2787 or go to www.amazingthings.org for tickets or more information.