Reynolds Price

duke university–As the James B. Duke Professor of English at Duke University, Reynolds Price has been busy this semester teaching Milton. But the former Rhodes scholar, National Critics Circle Award and William Faulkner Award winner takes time to read from 1996’s Three Gospels. He’ll be discussing the Gospel of Mark in the Rare Book Room of the Perkins Library at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free. For more, see www.aas.duke.edu.

Chapel Hill

Rempis Percussion Quartet

nightlight–Rempis first rumpled notes with his fire-breathing work in Vandermark Five, in a delicate language of circular slow breath and higher plane blowing. He now keeps busy with his own compositions, ensembles like this and Triage, and a rotating event he runs in his hometown of Chicago. He’s joined by other Chi-town natives, including bassist Anton Hatwich, and drummers Tim Daisy and Frank Rosaly, with a set of local improvisors opening. Drums drop at 10 p.m. for $5. –Chris Toenes