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Big bands, classical talent, and the synthesis of art and science

Science and art intersect with the exhibit “What Was There to Be Seen” at the Ann Loeb Bronman Gallery. Carolyn Bernstein’s “Yew Tree Project” is a reimagining of a cancer-ridden body using oil paints and hand-etched glass, while Kindra Crick overlaps medical drawings and photographs in “Paradigm Shift: Bonds and Binds.” The exhibit is presented in partnership with Theater J’s play Photograph 51, about scientist Rosalind Franklin. Free.

The ten members of the electro/indie/folk band Red River take the tiny stage at BloomBars. The California-based group is getting ready to release its first national record, Little Songs About the Big Picture. 8:30; $10 suggested donation at the door.

Violinist Joshua Bell, who famously busked in the L’Enfant Plaza Metro station as part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post story, is performing at Strathmore. The bill includes pieces from Brahms and Schubert. 8 PM; get tickets ($55 to $115) at the Strathmore Web site.

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