Next Score View the next score


    Boston-area to do list

    Virginia Museum of Fine Arts


    Eggs over easy

    There are only 42 imperial eggs known to exist from the iconic carton made by the House of Fabergé between 1855 and 1916. The eggs made of jewels and precious metals were created for Russian czars to give as Easter gifts. In addition to eggs, Fabergé made brooches, frames, cigarette cases, parasol handles, and carved stone animals. More than 230 items will be on view at “Fabergé Revealed.” Pictured: Imperial Pelican Easter Egg. Opening Day Festival
    10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (through Sept. 29). $15, $13 seniors, $11 students, free under 17.
    Peabody Essex Museum, 161 Essex St., Salem. 866-745-1876.


    Now hear them For decades, John McLaughlin has been a fan of Indian music, which he showcases on his latest release, “Now Here This.” Of the many McLaughlin fans, Jeff Beck called him “the best guitarist alive.” Indian drummer Ranjit Barot is featured at the John McLaughlin & the 4th Dimension concert. 8 p.m. $35, $45. Berklee Performance Center, 136 Massachusetts Ave., Boston. 617-747-3161.

    Yoon S. Byun/Globe staff/file
    Lenny Clarke

    Local laughs The Shubert Theatre adds comedy to its roster with the Legends of Boston Comedy series. Saturday’s funny guys are Lenny Clarke, Don Gavin, Steve Sweeney, and Tony V. Think Clarke will run for mayor again like he did years ago in Cambridge? 8 p.m. $28.75-$48.75. Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre, 265 Tremont St., Boston. 866-348-9738.


    Singing their hearts out In just five years, this vocal quartet has collected impressive creds. The Tenors have performed for the queen of England, at the Emmys, and have shared the stage with Celine Dion, Paul McCartney, and Sting. Their latest release, “Lead With Your Heart,” is a collection of classical and pop tunes and features a Spanish version of Barbra Streisand’s “Woman in Love.”
    8 p.m. $44.50-$49.50. Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Ave., Boston. 888-266-1200.


    Get The Weekender in your inbox:
    The Globe's top picks for what to see and do each weekend, in Boston and beyond.
    Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here

    Music therapy The Virginia Thurston Healing Garden supports folks affected by cancer, and one of these supports is the Concerts at the Garden series. Custom Blend brings its 11 voices and almost as many music styles to Harvard, where we hope the a cappella ensemble shares tunes from its latest release, “No Filter.” June 23 at 3 p.m. $15 (proceeds support the Garden). Virginia Thurston Healing Garden, 145 Bolton Road, Harvard. 978-456-3532. www.healing

    Final resting place While at Harvard, Cambridge-born poet E.E. Cummings met Gertrude Stein and Ezra Pound. Newton-born poet Anne Sexton enrolled in a poetry workshop at the Boston Center for Adult Education in 1957. At the Summer Walking Tour at Forest Hills, Jonathan Clark will talk about both poets, who are buried at Forest Hills Cemetery. June 23 at 2 p.m., weather permitting. $10. Forest Hills Cemetery, 95 Forest Hills Ave., Jamaica Plain. 617-524-3150.