Look Ahead: Local events and things to do this week, March 26-April 1

A vintage market, the duo Black Violin, and a centennial celebration for Logan’s Ellen Eccles Theatre.

(Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre) The interior of the Ellen Eccles Theatre in Logan, Utah, circa 1960. The theater is scheduled to host a three-day celebration of its 100th birthday, March 29-31, 2023.

March 26

Repurposed and upcycled

The Urban Art Gallery is hosting a “Lost and Found” vintage market, Sunday from noon to 8 p.m. at the gallery, 116 Rio Grande St., Salt Lake City, in The Gateway. The market is inviting vendors who sell vintage clothing and goods, repurposed and upcycled from used items. The show is paired with the gallery’s current exhibition, “Lost and Found,” which celebrates the art of collage, taking old items and finding new uses for them. There is no entry fee for the market or exhibition.

March 29

What is Black Violin?

Bridging the gap between classical and hip-hop, the instrumental duo Black Violin — violinist Kevin “Kev Marcus” Sylvester and violist Wilner “Wil B.” Baptiste — perform a fusion of both genres, as well as jazz and funk. The duo have released five albums and two mixtapes, and their foundation reaches some 100,000 students a year through free performances and other outreach. The duo performs Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., at Eccles Theater, 131 S. Main, Salt Lake City. Tickets available through ArtTix.org.

March 29-31

Ellen Eccles Theatre turns 100

The Ellen Eccles Theatre in Logan is turning 100, and the Cache Valley Center for the Arts is throwing a three-night celebration. Wednesday’s show will feature a host of local groups — including the American Festival Chorus and Orchestra, Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre, Music Theatre West, Cache Theatre Company, Cache Valley Civic Ballet, and more. Thursday will be a “movie night,” with a screening of “Back to the Future,” preceded by a newsreel and the Looney Tunes classic “Rabbit of Seville.” Friday’s show is a concert co-headlined by singer-songwriters Marc Cohn and Shawn Colvin. For tickets and information, go to cachearts.org/centennial.