Music is a global and diverse experience. This especially rings true for those involved with globalFEST. Founded in 2003, globalFEST started in New York as a small, curated event for global music lovers and has since transformed into a year-round service organization striving to increase the popularity of global music in the United States. When it stops at the Wilson Center, globalFEST 2016 will feature Haiti’s Emeline Michel, Brazil’s samba master Casuarina, and Jamaica’s one-stringed guitarist Brushy One String.
8 p.m. March 19 at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center, Brookfield. $42 to $73. wilson-center.com.