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A free classical concert and new interpretations of history

The Kennedy Center’s Conservatory Project is designed to showcase the best in young musical talent. Tonight in the Terrace Theater, hear artists from the New England Conservatory of Music, one of the world’s leading music schools, performing in a variety of musical genres. 6 PM; free.

Artist Adam Gault has created a video interpretation of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address in order to show how art and design can affect the way we look at history. At Artisphere’s Town Hall through March 2; free.

Acoustic folk-rock singer Brandon Butler is performing at Iota Club and Cafe, with pop-soul band Small Doses opening. 8:30 PM; tickets are $10 at the door.

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