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PICK OF THE DAY - Marriage and music - The Japanese wife-husband team of Satoko Fujii and Natsuki Tamura brings avant-garde jazz on piano and trumpet to Cambridge. Expect a repertoire that ranges from improv to world music-influenced compositions. For more on Satoko Fujii, see Page 6. Feb. 5 at 4 p.m. $10. Lily Pad, 1353 Cambridge St., Cambridge. 617-395-1393. www.lily-pad.net

PICK OF THE DAY

Marriage and music The Japanese wife-husband team of Satoko Fujii and Natsuki Tamura brings avant-garde jazz on piano and trumpet to Cambridge. Expect a repertoire that ranges from improv to world music-influenced compositions. Feb. 5 at 4 p.m. $10. Lily Pad, 1353 Cambridge St., Cambridge. 617-395-1393. www.lily-pad.net

TODAY

Alliteratively artistic Pattern, preservation, and permanence are explored in “Natural Abundance’’ by Kat Ely, Leah Meleski, and Monique Rancourt. Ely’s metal and glass sculptures juxtapose the temporal quality of these objects; Meleski’s jewelry synthesizes nature onto the body. Rancourt creates wearable sculpture inspired by history.Today from noon-4 p.m., opening reception from 6-9 p.m. (through Feb. 29). Free. Washington Street Art Center, 321 Washington St., Somerville. 617-623-5315. www.washingtonst.org

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In the fold Origami, the popular name for paper folding, transforms the medium into complex three-dimensional sculptures. Fuller Craft Museum presents “Mens et Manus: Folded Paper of MIT’’ by staff, students, faculty, and alumni. The Latin name means “mind and hand,’’ and the exhibit makes a connection between origami and contemporary complex mathematical inquiry. It’s MIT, what else would you expect? Today from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (through April 29; Feb. 5 reception from 2-5 p.m. preceded by 1 p.m. lecture). $8, $5 students and seniors, free under 13 and Wednesdays from 5-9 p.m. Fuller Craft Museum, 455 Oak St., Brockton. 508-588-6000. www.fullercraft.org

Rage, red hot, and rockin’ No worries, tomorrow’s concert will be over by 4 p.m. which gives you plenty of time to settle into your recliner. Today and tomorrow, young musicians from School of Rock will celebrate two 1990s bands, Rage Against the Machine and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Today and Feb. 5 at 1 p.m. $10, $12 at the door. The Middle East, 472-480 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. 866-777-8932. www.mideastclub.com

TOMORROW

Brady and brew Brooklyn Brown Ale (Brooklyn), Ommegang Witte (Cooperstown), and Southern Tier Porter (Lakewood) will be available atDucali Pizzeria & Bar, but will folks purchase anything from New York on Super Sunday? The North End eaterie will serve suds from Massachusetts and New York along with Stecca Di Salsicca (Italian pigs in a blanket), Italian nachos, and Italian-style wings. The game will be shown on a large screen. Feb. 5 from 11:30 a.m.-midnight. Ducali, 289 Causeway St., Boston. 617-742-4144. www.ducalipizza.com

Arts and the man As the first American pianist to record every Beethoven sonata and concerto, Russell Sherman has earned his titles of virtuoso, master, musical alchemist, prolific composer, and philosopher of the keyboard. With tenor Frank Kelley, Sherman will play Schubert’s “Die Schöne Müllerin,’’ Op. 25. The Feb. 19 concert features Schumann’s “Dichterliebe,’’ Op. 48 and “Kinderszenen’’ (“Scenes From Childhood’’), Op. 15. Feb. 5 and 19 at 4 p.m. $30 and $50, $10 students. Parish Hall at Emmanuel Church, Boston. 617-536-3356. www.emmanuelmusic.org

Armour and the man Have you ever worn a gorget, pauldron, or cuisse? If the answer is no, Neal Boudreau from Worcester’s Higgins Armory Museum will tell you what they are at “Learn About the Other Mail.’’ And we’ll tell you what the other mail is: flexible armor made of small overlapping metal rings, loops of chain, or scales. Feb. 5 at 1 p.m. $8, $5 seniors, $3 ages 5-16. Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History, 235 Wellesley St., Weston. 781-768-8367. www.spellman.org

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