Fri.-Sun., March 2-4 -- Ever seen Oguri dance? Eternal micromotions give way to shattering explosions, tension built and released in unforgettable dynamism. Oguri’s dance trio, Honeysuckle, partners with multimedia artist Hirokazu Kosaka and composer Paul Chavez in stagings inspired by . . . William Faulkner! Lawdy. Or rather Caddy! Caddy! Caddy!, which is the piece’s title. At REDCAT, 631 W. Second St., downtown, Fri.-Sun. 8:30pm, also Sun. 3pm, $24; www.redcat.org.
Fri.-Sat., March 2-3 -- Wayne Horvitz makes use of Rocco’s acoustic piano for quiet, civilized, folk-influenced atmospheres that carry an undercurrent of somber dissonance. This is Horvitz’s Sweeter Than the Day project, with Tim Young (guitar), Keith Lowe (bass) and Andy Roth (drums). Come for dinner; the food is good and the grog carefully selected. At Café Metropol, 923 E. Third St., downtown, 8pm, www.roccoinla.com.
***Sun. March 4 -- Big event: the 10th anniversary of the monthly Sunday Evening Concerts, curated by Alex Cline. Here’s one of the few venues where you can still hear the deepest thinkers and most capable musicians in L.A.’s edge scene, represented tonight by many series vets: the duo of Nels Cline and G.E.Stinson; the trio of Kaoru, Carey Fosse and Brad Dutz; the duo of Jeff Gauthier and Alex Cline; and the Open Gate Theater Music Ensemble (Will Salmon, Dan Clucas, Sara Schoenbeck, Bill Casale, Alex Cline). Fate has called me out of town, but I will be present in spirit. Center for the Arts, 2225 Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock, 6pm, $10, (626) 795-4989.
Wed. March 7 -- Take extended psychedelic prog groove trips with Portland’s Danava; read my 2006 LA Weekly story about them here. At the Scene, 806 E. Colorado Blvd., Glendale.