Remember last year when everyone was walking around Union Station with fancy headphones on, and the passengers were all, “What the heck are those people doing?” Go figure: They were listening to a live opera taking place in real time throughout the building. Possibly the only opera to be featured in Wired, Invisible Cities was surreal, futuristic, classical and avant-garde all at the same time — and now it’s also the centerpiece of its production company’s new record label. The Industry Records launches with the Nov. 4 release of the cast recording of Invisible Cities, and to celebrate, they are reprising the work with the original performers, in a one-night-only acoustic concert version in Union Station’s cavernous vaulted ticket hall. Seating is first-come, so even though there are no headphones to rock this time and no reservations required, you should still get there at least half an hour before departure. Union Station. 800 N. Alameda St., dwntwn.; Wed., Oct. 29, 7:30 p.m.; free. (718) 812-9159,

Wed., Oct. 29, 2014
(Expired: 10/29/14)

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