Mexican artist Diego Rivera (also famous as painter Frida Kahlo’s husband) was renowned for his paintings themed on social inequality and his country’s history. Now, children above five can learn about his works at Forum Art Gallery’s art appreciation class. Rivera’s murals will be discussed and participants will also get to mimic his style. Tomorrow, 11 am to 1.30 pm. Rs 500. Details: 42115596
The 14th edition of the Barkha Ritu music festival features sitar maestro Ustad Shujaat Khan, guitarist R Prasanna and flautist B Vijayagopal, among others. Organised by Banyan Tree Events, the classical concert is tomorrow, at Sivagami Petachi Auditorium. Rs 200 onwards.
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Goethe-Institut Chennai is holding a photography exhibition curated by Ostkreuz School of Photography (Berlin). Works of German artists Aras Gökten and Katharina Ira Allenberg are on display. Open to all. Till September 30, at Max Mueller Bhavan auditorium.
Mumbai-based theatre artiste Salim Ghouse is bringing down his acclaimed one-man show, Troubadour. Using the stories and poems of Persian poet Mevlana Jalaluddin Rumi, Ghouse will explore human emotions in the 70-minute act, celebrate love and address the primal question ‘who am I?’. Rs 250. At Alliance Française, September 12-13, 4 pm and 7 pm. Details: in.bookmyshow.com
Three couple and a single hotel room is the perfect recipe for disaster. Watch what happens in The Madras Players’ adaptation of Neil Simon’s famous comedy, California Suite. Being directed by veteran PC Ramakrishna, the 80-minute play will be staged at the Museum Theatre, from today till Sunday. At 7.15 pm. Rs 200 onwards. Details: in.bookmyshow.com
As part of Piano Month, Grammy-winning pianist Marcos Nimrichter will share his expertise—taking you through the basics—and his experience working with international artists at a lecture demonstration organised by Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music. He will also discuss how to pursue music as a career. At Musee Musical, from 6 pm.