Happening Today: Klezmer on Eldridge Street, Metropolitan Playhouse String Quartet, Fung Tu’s New Special

Museum at Eldridge Street.
Museum at Eldridge Street.
Museum at Eldridge Street.

Some of the things happening on the Lower East Side today:

–The traditional klezmer ensemble FleytMuzik  will be presenting a public rehearsal at the Museum at Eldridge Street tonight at 7 p.m. “They’ll lead you ‘backstage’ to witness the inner workings of their creative process.” More info here.

–The Metropolitan Playhouse will present the Iris String Quartet in a concert of major works by Mendelssohn, Haydn, and Kosch. 8 p.m., 220 East 4th St. Details on our Calendar.

–Fung Tu on Orchard Street is debuting a new winter special for the locals tonight. You get fried rice or a new ramen-like soup, plus a can of beer for $15. It will be available every Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Here’s Fung Tu’s website.

–SakaMai on Ludlow Street celebrates its three-year anniversary this evening. Here’s the Facebook invite.

“Fire with Fire” by “Total War Puppets,” a very adult production, is at ABC No Rio tonight.