Today

Philip Glass performs

Philip Glass performs from his Works for Solo Piano at the Gordon Theater, Third and Pearl Streets, Camden. Glass has published eight full symphonies, dozens of operas and mini-operas, and many chamber and instrumental works. Some of his work includes film scores from Kundun, The Hours, and Koyaanisqatsi. Before the performance there will be a moderated discussion with Glass in the Stedman Gallery, at Gordon Theater. $30 and $26. Reserved seating. Free parking is available. 6 p.m. discussion; 8 p.m. performance. 856-225-2700 or www.gordontheater.com.

Concert

Bob Pantano of WOGL-FM (98.1) is the host of a community appreciation free concert at Winner Ford, 250 Haddonfield-Berlin Rd. The dealership will be closed for business, but open for music. Featured artists will be the Phyllies Intruders, 10-year-old vocalist Rocco Fiorentino, Suitcase Murphy Band, Rocco DePersia and The Accords. There will be raffles, food vendors, Flyers memorabilia donated by Bob "The Hound" Kelly and Eagles items donated by running back Ryan Moats. Funds raised will go to the Alicia Rose "Victorious" Foundation and The Little Rock Foundation. 1 to 4 p.m.

Thursday

Poetry reading

Poet Barbara Daniels reads from her work at Barnes & Noble, 200 W. Route 70, Marlton. Daniels' collection The Woman Who Tries to Believe won the Quentin R. Howard Prize from Wind Publications. Her poems have appeared in the Massachusetts Review, the Seattle Review, Poet Lore and Slant. She and her husband work at Camden County College and contributed to the book English Grammar and Persuasive Writing. Free. 7:30 p.m. 856-225-6627.

Jazz concert

For the final First Thursday Jazz Concert Series at the Collingswood Community Center, 30 Collings Ave., saxophonist Larry McKenna, pianist Tom Adams, bassist Steve Varner, and drummer Jim Miller perform. McKenna has performed as a soloist with stars such as Woody Herman, Clark Terry, Jon Faddis, Buddy DeFranco, Rosemary Clooney, Tony Bennett, Bootsie Barnes, Frank Sinatra and more. Adams has appeared with such artists as Bette Midler, Anita O'Day, Coolio, Jewel, Keely Smith, Linda Hopkins, Petula Clark and Mel Torme. Varner performs in New York and Europe with such jazz greats as Pat Martino, Phil Woods, Dave Leibman, James Moody, Ernie Watts, Billy Hart and Patty Austin. Miller founded the record label Dreambox Media, which won a Best of Philly Award in 1999. There will be soda and a buffet, but the event is BYOB. $10; $5 students. 7:30 p.m. 856-858-8914.

Saturday

Diamond jubilee gala

Celebrate the 75th anniversary season with the Garden State Chorale at Haddonfield Middle School, 5 Lincoln Ave., Haddonfield. The chorale returns to Haddonfield, where it performed its first show in 1932. The group's Diamond Jubilee Gala - 75 Years of Music is filled with songs from the chorale's history. This is a nonprofit South Jersey community choral group composed of about 50 auditioned singers from Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties. The musical selections include sacred works, early 20th-century classics, and current hits. $12 adults; $10 senior citizens; $5 students ages 5 to 18. 2 and 8 p.m. 856-231-0781 or www.gschorale.org.

Community flea market

Look for treasures at the outdoor community flea market and yard sale at the Cherry Hill Library parking lot, 1100 Kings Highway North. All are invited to rent space to sell crafts and other yard sale items, new or used. $20 vendor spots; $12 table rental if needed. All proceeds benefit the library. 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call Ruth Tily at 856-795-3153 or Katie Hardesty at 856-903-1207.

Continuing

Plays & Players

Haddonfield Plays & Players stage No Sex Please, We're British, starting Friday at its theater on South Atlantic Avenue, just off Upland Way, in the Crows Woods section of Haddonfield. The comedy, written by Anthony Marriott and Alistair Foot and first produced in London in 1971, tells the story of a young bride who lives above a bank with her husband, the assistant manager. The woman places a mail order for glassware from a Scandinavian company and instead receives a package of racy material. The plot follows the pair as they try to deal with an onslaught of pornographic posts, and gets even stickier when others such as the man's mother, his boss, a visiting bank official, a high-ranking police officer, and even a friend become involved in the situation. A preview performance will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. $14 preview show. $16 all evening shows. 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday shows May 4, 5, 11, 12, 18 and 19; 2 p.m. May 6 and 13. 856-429-8139 or www.haddonfieldplayers.com.