Happy birthday, Lenny

"Maria." "Somewhere." "I Feel Pretty." Songs from Leonard Bernstein's "West Side Story" are American classics, their popularity never waning in the six decades since their Broadway premiere. The Minnesota Orchestra marks 100 years since Bernstein's birth by providing live accompaniment to the 1961 film version of "West Side Story." (11 a.m. Thu., 8 p.m. Fri. & Sat., Orchestra Hall, Mpls., $18-$101, 612-371-5656 or minnesotaorchestra.org)

SPCO plays Haydn

When the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra plays Haydn, it's always a must-hear. This week's agenda includes Symphony No. 59 (the "Fire") along with works by Geminiani and Cimarosa. There's also an opportunity to hear associate concertmaster Ruggero Allifranchini play Vivaldi's Violin Concerto "Il favorito." (11 a.m. Fri. & 8 p.m. Sat., Ordway Concert Hall, St. Paul, $12-$50; 7 p.m. Fri., Humboldt High School Auditorium, St. Paul, $15, 651-291-1144 or thespco.org)

Isles Ensemble

The latest recital by the Isles Ensemble features a duo for violin and viola by Mozart, a piano trio by Haydn and Brahms' Piano Quartet No. 3. A total of six musicians will perform, including ex-SPCO violinist Leslie Shank and pianist Ivan Konev. (2 p.m. Sun., Lake of the Isles Lutheran Church, Mpls.; donation, islesensemble.org)

Baroque feast

Minnesota Bach Ensemble serves up a feast of baroque music for its first concert of 2018. Minnesota Orchestra violinist Jonathan Magness plays a Bach concerto. Soprano Linh Kauffman sings a Bach cantata ("Weichet nur, betrübte Schatten"). Also featured are instrumental works by Handel, Vivaldi and Zelenka. (3 p.m. Sun., 7:30 p.m. next Mon., MacPhail Center for Music, Mpls., $10-$30, mnbach.org)

Harlem Renaissance

VocalEssence and its new Youth Choral Arts initiative explore the Harlem Renaissance, that explosion of African-American culture that began more than 100 years ago in New York City. The program features songs, poetry, hip-hop and dance, plus the world premiere of William Banfield's chamber symphony "I Trust Harlem Is Still There," based on the letters of poet Langston Hughes. (4 p.m. Sun., Orchestra Hall, Mpls., $10-$40, 612-371-5656 or vocalessence.org)