Music: The Mainly Mozart Festival in Coral Gables, which last month introduced audiences to violinist Liana Gourdjia, on Sunday welcomes the Ukrainian-born Canadian pianist Serhiy Salov in a program of two Mozart sonatas and the Fantasy in D minor, along with Debussy’s Des pas sur la neige and Salov’s own arrangement of Nocturnes. If that wasn’t enough, Salov also will perform improvisations based on themes suggested by the audience. Judging by the performances available on the internet, Salov is an exciting, technically accomplished player who should bring interesting takes to the Mozart and the Debussy. The concert is set for 4 p.m. Sunday at the Alhambra Ballroom in the Biltmore Hotel. Call 786-556-1715 for more information.
Film: Who says careers are over for female actresses over 50? In recent months we’ve seen films featuring Karen Allen, Debra Winger and now Diane Lane in a small, satisfying indie called Paris Can Wait. Lane plays the wife of a Hollywood producer who keeps neglecting her for his work. So when she is stranded by him at the Cannes Film Festival and has to get to Paris, she goes on a road trip with his business partner (Arnaud Viard). What should take 7 hours takes two days, because of stops mainly for food. And of course romance is in its air – it’s France, after all. The film works best as a travelogue, and an embrace of Lane. At the Living Rooom Theaters in Boca Raton.
Theater: This Sunday evening, it’s the Super Bowl for theater geeks – The Tony Awards for excellence on Broadway in the season just ended. The early drama was over who would host the telecast after the usual suspects turned down the gig, but Kevin Spacey – master of impersonations – came to the rescue. Now the suspense is over whether Bette Midler will perform a number from Hello, Dolly!, the hit revival in which she is a shoo-in to win a Tony. Personally, I’m in it to root for Ben Platt and Dear Evan Hansen, written by the team that gave us La La Land. This Sunday at 8 p.m. on CBS.
Art: The out-of-the-way but cozy Lighthouse ArtCenter in Tequesta opens a summer pair of exhibits this week that can take us all back to our younger days, when the long days out of school meant time to lose yourself in a good book. Drawn to the Arts is a display of work by award-winning children’s book authors such as Tomie dePaola (Strega Nona) and 14 others. Paired with that is Cheryl Tall: The Playhouse, works by the California clay sculptor. Both shows run through Aug. 11; tickets are $5. Call 746-3101 for more information.