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Friday, March 2

Pamela Z
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Nasher Museum Auditorium—Pamela Z's altered vocal constructions owe a debt to the 1970s Kitchen scene of Soho New York, where Meredith Monk and Charlemagne Palestine turned their voices into avant instruments. Similiarly, Z twists air through processors and objects, controlling textures and timing with a synthesizer worn over several muscles. The result is playful and bewitching. This kicks off UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke's Milestones Festival of New Music, which runs through Wednesday. For more, see Tickets are $18 and the show begins at 8 p.m. —Grayson Currin

Common Ground Theater—One doesn't expect to hear the 3/4 timekeeping of the tango out in the woods between Durham and Hillsborough, but that's what's happening tonight. Co-sponsored by our 2006 Indies Arts winner Tangophilia, there's an 8 p.m. lesson for the newbies before the reveling starts at 9 p.m. Admission is $5-$7, and there's a cash bar. For directions, visit —David Fellerath

Various venues—Tonight's offerings include a Barefoot press party from 7-10 p.m., which is also the grand opening of DesignBox's new space at 323 W. Martin St. For new art, head to Artspace's Gallery Two for off-kilter landscapes from Kathleen Hayes and Jeffrey Krolick, and a reception that runs from 6-10 p.m. Afterward, we might just meet you lingering in the City Market till closing time. —David Fellerath

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