When: Thu., Jan. 15, 7 p.m. 2015
For 15 years from its home in Germany, Weltklassik has sent up-and-coming classical pianists from around the world out over Europe to perform in intimate settings. The goal: "to keep the great tradition of classical music alive and relevant for future generations." It's finally expanded across the pond, choosing Denver, Boulder and the Springs for its first stateside house concerts. The inaugural performance features Anna Zassimova, who will play selections from Chopin, Skriabin, Catoire, Schumann, Grieg and Debussy at 7 tonight at 8 Broadmoor Hills Drive. Admission, which includes light refreshments, is $25, $15 for students, and free for kids 13 and younger. For more information and to make reservations, go to tinyurl.com/ld2xkc2. — Mary Jo Meade
Price: $25, $15 for students, free for 13 and under.