Wayne “The Train” Hancock
Berkeley CafeThe Train is such a honky-tonk traditionalist he should be endorsed by the National Historical Society. The Texas native fuels his classic honky tonk, western swing and rockabilly with passionate reverence, and his vibrant playing and lonesome croon show no dust. Hear the past rejuvenated at 7 p.m. for $12-$15. Chris Parker

The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle
Carolina TheatreAlexander Fiterstein’s style of playing the clarinet fits well with Gerald Finzi’s style of composing for it: warm and lyrical, smooth and songlike, Fiterstein and Finzi are a natural match, pairing youth and vibrancy with serious achievement. Fiterstein will perform Finzi’s “Clarinet Concerto,” one of a handful of works the composer wrote in his short life, Sunday with The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle. The program includes Max Bruch’s “Concerto for Clarinet and Viola” and Ottorino Respighi’s “Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite II.” This is Fiterstein’s third appearance as a featured soloist with the chamber orchestra. The music begins at 3 p.m. Tickets are $20, but students are in free with proper ID. Margaret Hair