Tours from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 6472 Old Lake Shore Road, Derby. Basic tours are $18 for adults, $12 for students and free for members. Each basic tour lasts 75 minutes.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Graycliff Estate, constructed in the 1920s for the family of Buffalo businessman Darwin D. Martin, was supposed to be a simple, lakeside cottage. The architect had different ideas, and his somewhat grander vision for the complex in Derby is now being meticulously restored.
Visitors can peek at the progress starting April 30, when the complex opens its season of tours. - Colin Dabkowski
7 p.m. in Screening Room Cinema and Cafe (in Boulevard Mall, 880 Alberta Drive, Amherst). Admission is $10.
Close International Jazz Month with a bang in Amherst, where eight-piece jazz ensemble The Blue Note 8 performs live at 7 on the official International Jazz Day. Then, the Global International Jazz Day concert hosted by Herbie Hancock will be rebroadcast from St. Petersburg, Russia, at the theater. - Ben Tsujimoto
7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Alleyway Theatre (1 Curtain Up Alley). Cost is a minimum $20 donation at the door.
The national touring company for "Phantom of the Opera" will perform a one-night benefit show in conjunction with Alleyway Theatre, where the "Phantom" performers will sing Broadway hits a wee bit outside their comfort zones, from plays such as "The Lion King," "Jekyll & Hyde" and "The Secret Garden."
Donations benefit Broadway Cares, Equity Fights AIDS and ECMC's HIV/AIDS Immunodeficiency Services. - Ben Tsujimoto