Monday, February 26, 9 p.m.
Mosh or mope your way into the dawning week at God Save the Queens: Queer Punk Night at the hi-dive, an epicenter of the local music scene. Queer punks and their Oi! Oi! allies can dance the night away to sets from Novelí and DJ Tocsin, who'll also be spinning proto-punk, electro-clash, goth, death rock and more. Visit the hi-dive's Facebook events page to learn more.
Faculty Tuesdays: Jennifer Bird and David Korevaar
Tuesday, February 27, 7:30 p.m.
Grusin Music Hall
The University of Colorado Boulder's College of Music is staffed with brilliant instructors, many of whom are celebrated musicians in their own right. CU shares this proud tradition with its students, as well as the general public, at Grusin Music Hall's weekly Faculty Tuesdays concert series. Join soprano Jennifer Bird and pianist David Korevaar for a stirring concert dedicated to soaring melodies this week at a program filled with beautiful compositions, such as Samuel Barber's "Départ," Henri Duparc's "L’invitation au voyage, "Antonin Dvorák's "Zigeunermelodien," and many more. Visit the CU Presents box-office page for details; viewers who can't make the trip to Boulder can visit the same page to watch a live stream of the performance.
Wednesday, February 28, 8 p.m.
El Charrito's Comedy RoomRoom
Ben Bryant, a devilishly prolific local comic and show-runner, is making a new foray into podcasting with The Ebert Test: Live From an Underground Bunker. The high-concept premise presages a dystopian future wherein an all-knowing robot overlord called "Ebert" has fully subjugated humankind, and it falls upon a group of imprisoned comedians to find humor in an automated world. Join Bryant along with guests Geoff Tice and Brandt Tobler as they wring laughs from the rise of the machines in one of the most inventive new shows on the local comedy and podcasting scenes. See the Comedy RoomRoom's Facebook events page for more details about the weekly show, and visit The Ebert Test's iTunes page to listen to previous episodes.