Wed., Oct. 21IGOR AND THE REDELVISESMillennium Center; 101W. 5th St., Winston-Salem;336.707.9188; www.redelvises.com; 8 p.m.; $10Coming straight outta Russiavia Santa Monica Blvd,this rockabilly group billsitself as Siberian surf rock.Headed up by Igor Yuzovand supported by an eclecticcollection of musicians fromaround the world with a senseof humor, the tunes are topnotch. The accompanyingperformances will give yourordinary Wednesday a littleSoviet accent and your butt areason to shake.Thurs., Oct. 22WFU FALL CHORAL CONCERTWake Forest’s Scales FineArts Center; 1834 WakeForest Road, WinstonSalem; 336.758.5364; arts.wfu.edu; 7:30 p.m.; $10Wake Forest’s choir iskicking off the 2009-2010concert season with Musicfor Chorus and Guitar in theBrendle Recital Hall. Yourears will be filled with thevocal styles from the WakeForest Concert Choir and theCollegium Vocal Ensemble.Your craving for string instrumentswill be fulfilled byCarlos Perez, a skillful guitaristfrom Chile, and the guitarstudents of Patricia Dixon.The concert will feature solosand combined pieces for awell rounded and completeexperienceSat., Oct. 24ROCTOBERFESTPlum Krazy’s; 106-BCollege Road,Greensboro; 336.851.0133;11:30 a.m.; $10 all daypassCome on out and catch upwith some friends and enjoymore than 15 bands includingRadio Addiction, Dam FinoBand, Sonic Shakedown,Five II One, Black Diamondand many more. Black Glasswill be headlining. Thekitchen will be open and thefull-service bar will keepyour whistle wet.’ Sun., Oct. 25’60S SUNDAYDowntown Winston-Salem;Trade St. between 6thand 7th, Winston-Salem;336.413.6667; www.intothearts.org ; 1 p.m.-until;FREEBringing fun to the wholefamily with live music,food, arts and crafts exhibits,artist’s demonstrationsand more, this event in thedowntown Winston-SalemArts District is a perfect wayto pass a Sunday afternoonwith friends and family. Withthe Arts District quickly becominga crowd favorite, theatmosphere and spirits willbe high with amusement andexcitement for all.Mon., Oct. 26A SPECIAL EVENINGWITH YO-YO MA:CREATING A LIFE WITHMUSICGreensboro War MemorialAuditorium; 1921 W.Lee St., Greensboro;336.373.7400; www.greensborocoliseum.com;7:30 p.m.; $125, $95, $75,$35 The Bryan Series andEastern Music Festival havecollaborated to bring worldrenownedclassic musicianYo-Yo Ma to the Coliseum ina speaking-performing event.Having won 15 GrammyAwards and performed atthe most recent presidentialinauguration, Ma will be performinga solo and deliveringa lecture on the important rolemusic plays in our cultureand his advocacy of peaceworldwide.Tues., Oct. 27ALTERCATION PUNKCOMEDY TOURThe Garage; 110 W.7th St., Winston-Salem;336.777.1127; www.thegarage.ws; 9 p.m.; $5Bringing some fresh andbrash honesty into our realityare JT Habersaat, ChrisCubas, Ruby Collins, JakeFlores and Jay Staats. Withinfluences like Henry Rollins,Doug Stanhope, Eddie Izzardand Lydia Lynch the laughsare going to be coming fastand often. On The Season ofthe Witch tour they’ll be servingup their opinions, rants,reflections and observationsabout pop culture, life andfilthy words not fit for print..Wed., Oct. 87SEAFOOD AT ITS FINESTCOOKING CLASSThe Stocked PotCooking School Kitchen;381 Jonestown Road(Centre Stage ShoppingCenter), Winston-Salem;336.499.5844; www.TheStockedPot.com; 6:30p.m.; $44Forsyth Woman magazinewill be is offering a chance toraise your culinary prowess.Chef Don McMillan will beteaching how to prepare fiveseparate dishes that will haveyour significant other callingyou Emeril. The dishesinclude squid dante, scallopswith ginger and fennel,risotto with smoked salmon,Chinese dragon fish, andparchment wrapped grouperwith shrimp. It’s a mysterywhich one will be the key tounlocking that mysteriousplace in your palate but thedragon fish seems like a safeplace to start.