MUSIC: Violinist Jennifer Koh, whose "natural flair is matched with a probing intellect," "grabs the listener by the ears and refuses to let go." The concert also includes conversation with Koh.

6 p.m. // Capp Street Concert Hall (544 Capp St) // free

ART: The Goethe-Institut is celebrating the grand opening of their Ground Floor Window Turned Digital-Gallery, which consists of a 180-degree curved screen and is visible from outside, with the projected works of media artists Bjørn Melhus and Janosch Parker.

6:30 p.m. // Goethe Institut (530 Bush St) // free

LECTURE: Leonardo, The International Society for the Arts, Sciences, and Technology presents Constructive Interference of the Arts and Sciences, a night of presentations by artists and scientists who "work/think/imagine/engage" at the intersections of the arts and sciences.

6:30 p.m. // University of San Francisco (2130 Fulton St) // free