Art: The Annual School for American Crafts Walkthrough event will be held today, 4-7 p.m., at the School for American Crafts (73 Lomb Memorial Dr., Bldg 7A, Rm 2514). The event is free to attend and will include a peek into studio spaces and facilities, and will feature the work of students seeking their BFA and MFA degrees in their majors of either Ceramics, Glass, Metals & Jewelry Design, or Furniture Design. For more info, call 475-6114 or visit rit.edu.
Music: Lich King will be waiting for you tonight at the Lich's Crypt...I mean, the Bug Jar (219 Monroe Ave., bugjar.com). Cthulhu and The Gutted open up. Music starts at 8 p.m., tickets run $6-$8.
Music: The ECMS Spring Festival will present the New Horizons Chamber Ensembles tonight at Kilbourn Hall (26 Gibbs St., esm.rochester.edu) at 7 p.m.
Music: Los Angeles-based band Yellow Red Sparks began as a solo project for lead singer/songwriter Joshua Hanson, but eventually developed into the trio that it is today, featuring additional musicians on the upright bass and drums. Yellow Red Sparks creates folk-inspired indie rock, following in the newly founded tradition of bands such as The Head and The Heart, The Lumineers, and Blind Pilot. Through his lyrics, Hanson paints intimate scenes that are rich in imagery, which has led the band to brand its music as “cinematic folk.” The band released its self-titled debut album this past year to high praise and a slot at the noteworthy South by Southwest festival. Yellow Red Sparks performs tonight 8 p.m. at Boulder Coffee, 100 Alexander St. Free. bouldercoffeeco.com.