1. “Rach Star: Music of Brahms & Rachmaninoff” with the Austin Symphony Orchestra


8 p.m. Jan. 10 and 11. $21-$100. The Long Center, 701 W. Riverside Drive. 512-476-5664, thelongcenter.org


Let the Austin Symphony Orchestra take you on a trip around the musical universe as pianist Orion Weiss takes us on a ride through a constellation of a piece, known as Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3. It is feared by many pianists due to its difficulty. It was also the main piece in the movie “Shine,” in which Geoffrey Rush portrays a real-life character who tries to master the “Rach 3.” Arnold Schoenberg's orchestration of Johannes Brahms' Piano Quartet in G Minor is the other song being performed.


2. “Narrative Lithographs” at Wally Workman Gallery


Opens Jan. 9. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 12 to 4 p.m. Sunday through Feb. 2. 1202 W. Sixth St. wallyworkmangallery.com


Artist Kathryn Polk grew up in the American South during the 1950s and ’60s, when expectations for women to achieve a position other than domestic caregiver was highly unusual and often frowned upon. Her lithographs, on display as part of Polk’s second solo show at Wally Workman Gallery, are narratives that emerged from memories of this era. “Narrative Lithographs” is presented in conjunction with Print Austin, a citywide celebration of printmaking.


3. Lazarus Brewing 3-Year Anniversary


10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Jan. 11. Free. 1902 E. Sixth St. facebook.com/events/599989707486208


The East Austin brewpub serving up coffee, beer and tacos celebrates another birthday with an all-day event that will have live music from 1 to 8 p.m., with sets by Curtis Lee and Johnny Fury. There will also be Mexican-style food specials. And did we mention beer? Of course there will be beer — namely, the special release of the barrel-aged Revelations in Oak and the collaborative release of a hazy IPA made with the upcoming Meanwhile Brewing.


4. Honk!TX Prom at North Door


8:30 p.m. doors Jan. 11. $10 suggested donation. 502 Brushy St. ndvenue.com


The scrappy little street band festival that could turns 10 this year. To raise funds for a proper celebration, your favorite local brass-and-drum squads will take you back to high school for a dreamy night of corsage-clad camaraderie and slow dancing with your sweetheart. The talent roster includes Dead Music Capital Band, Minor Mishap Marching Band, Boss Street Brass Band and more. — Deborah Sengupta Stith


5. “Everest” with Austin Opera


12 p.m. Jan. 12. $9.50. Alamo Drafthouse Mueller, 1911 Aldrich St., Suite 120. drafthouse.com/austin/show/2d-everest


This special screening is in support of Austin Opera's upcoming production of “Everest.” Two dollars of each ticket sold to the screening will go toward funding the show. There will be a Q&A with the production team after the film to talk about the upcoming opera. “Everest,” starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Keira Knightley, is the harrowing biographical account of two competing groups trying the summit simultaneously in May 1996.