UNT News Service
Flutist Surmani Srinivasan will perform in the Recital Hall of the UNT Music Building.
TRIP FOR TWO: Go sightseeing at First Presbyterian Church of Dallas for the final Arts and Letters Live event of the year as authors Sue Monk Kidd (The Secret Life of Bees) and Ann Kidd Taylor speak about the travels to Greece, Turkey, and France they chronicled as a pair in Traveling With Pomegranates: A Mother-Daughter Story. Find tickets here. 7:30 PM.
STICK IT TO YOUR TROUBLES: Have migraines, frozen shoulder, or constant hiccups? Finally ready to concede to friends who insist you should try acupuncture? Get the facts from Dr. Qiong Bai, an acupuncturist (with a medical degree!) at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library. "Healing With Acupuncture" includes a history of the ancient Chinese practice and a quick study of the conditions it's been used to treat. 6:30PM.
CLASSICAL ROOTS: If, like us, you've put KZMP-FM 104.9 on a preset to bookmark those swinging Bollywood tunes, you might be interested to reach back to the beautifully intricate riffs and beats from which Indian pop music came. University of North Texas Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Surmani Srinivasan can take you there as he plays Indian Carnatic and Hindustani music on the flute in the Recital Hall of UNT's Music Building. 8PM.