SONiC Boom Cultivate presented by Q2 MusicThe Greene Space at WQXR, 44 Charlton St.
ACO’s SONiC Festival launches with “SONiC Boom Cultivate,” featuring music by composers of Copland House’s Cultivate 1 institute.
film: The Water DivinerMuhlenberg Library 209 West 23rd St.
An Australian man travels to Turkey after the Battle of Gallipoli to try and locate his three missing sons. Directed by and starring Russell Crowe.
FASHION CULTURE: SYBILLA IN CONVERSATION WITH VALERIE STEELE
Fashion Institute of Technology, John E. Reeves Great Hall
6 p.m. Free, but registration is required: 212-217-4585, or email email@example.com.
The Spanish designer joins FIT Director Valerie Steele for a discussion in conjunction with the Global Fashion Capitals exhibition. An apprentice to Yves Saint Laurent, Sybilla launched her first collection in 1983.
JAZZ AT THE RUBIN: DUCHESS
150 West 17th St.
7-8:30 p.m. $25/$22.50, members
Sure-footed swing, sweet-toned harmony and ever-insouciant charm are embodied in the new jazz vocal trio Duchess, featuring notable New York singers Amy Cervini, Hilary Gardner and Melissa Stylianou.
Parthenia Viol Consort Presents A Habsburg SongbookThe Church of Saint Luke in the Fields, 487 Hudson St.
8 p..m. $40 and $25.
Works for viols, lute and voice by Heinrich Issac, Ludwig Senfl, Nicolas Gombert, Antonio de Cabezón, Alonso Mudarra and Jacobus Vaet, along with songs from the cancioneros of 16th century Spain.
Sergei Tcherepnin The Kitchen, 512 West 19th St.
8 p.m. $15
The artist premieres a drama in lighting and musical composition for paintings set to new stories by Lucy Dodd that revolve around the Maize Mantis: a creature born of plants and shadows. Costumes by Hanna Törnudd and lighting by Zack Tinkelman.
(212) 255-5793. www.thekitchen.org/event/sergei-tcherepnin
Historic Ship The Lettie G. Howard Pier 25
From about 1-4 p.m.
The Lettie G. will be open to the public at Pier 25 from approximately The Lettie G. Howard, a local historic fishing schooner built in 1893, would carry catches from Long Island and New Jersey to the Fulton Fish Market. She is now a designated National Historic Landmark owned by the South Street Seaport Museum.
Chelsea Film FestivalDubinsky Student Center; Katie Murphy Amphitheatre; and SVA Theatre, 333 W. 23rd St.
Various times, Oct. 16-18.
Featuring the work of emerging filmmakers, producers and actors. The festival offers a wide range of films, such as documentaries and feature-lengths, focusing on the theme of “global issues.”
Girls Night Out at the Golf ClubThe Golf Club at Chelsea Piers, Pier 59 - 18th Street and Hudson River Park.
6:30-8:30 p.m. $40.
Unwind after work, network and socialize with other women while learning the game of golf in a fun and relaxed setting.
The New York City Oktoberfest265 Bowery.
The Crawl starts at noon at Paulaner — 8 Bars throughout the East Village, and always a 12-ounce beer.
ChemistryUCB East Village, 153 East Third St.
Matteo Lane hosts the funniest comics in the area in a free show.
kronos quartet performs george CRUMB’S black angels at the intrepid museumIntrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, Pier 86 W 46th St and 12th Ave.
The Intrepid Museum hosts Grammy Award-winning Kronos Quartet as they perform George Crumb’s Black Angels. The performance will be followed by a discussion.
Create your own websiteMuhlenberg Library 209 West 23rd St.
Learn how to use templates to create a site or create a site from scratch. Prereqs: knowledge of internet, active Gmail account,
Register at 212-924-1585. www.nypl.org/events/programs/2015/10/21/create-your-own-website-0
“On the Domestic Front: Scenes of Everyday Queer Life”Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, 26 Wooster St.
Over 70 works of art from varying media displaying the portrayal of the lgbt community.