MUSIC: Pianist/M.C./producer/band-director Kev Choice premieres excerpts from his new hip-hopera: The Chosen One in a special "The Art of Composition" performance, which will also feature other work Kev Choice has written over the years, along with some of his favorite cover titles. (8 p.m., Yoshi's Oakland, 510 Embarcadero West, Jack London Square, Oakland)

DANCE: The Printz Dance Project explores the middle ground — "the place between extremes where the rich experiences of life take place" — in Hover Space, their largest project to date, which was two years in the making. (8 p.m., Z Space @ Theater Artaud, 450 Florida)

FILM: The Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive presents Flotsam And Jetsam: The Spray Of History Films By Lewis Klahr, one of the most important collage filmmakers of the American avant-garde. "[N]either animation nor documentary nor melodrama," Klahr's films use "cut-out collage from a range of mass culture print and sound sources, as well as more singular artifacts such as found photographs, objects, and images that he shot himself." (7:30 p.m., PFA Theater, 2575 Bancroft Way, Berkeley)