Pianist, composer, conductor, poet, singer, painter, calligrapher and Afghanistan refugee Milad Yousufi is returning to Worcester for several events including a concert, art exhibition and visits to Burncoat High School. Yousufi, who now lives in New York City, accompanied  pianist Simone Dinnerstein, Music Worcester’s first educational artist-in-residence, on several of her visits to schools here during the 2018-19 season including writing and coaching a work commissioned by Music Worcester for the South High Community School Band program. At 2 p.m. March 15, Yousufi will perform his auto-biographical "Suite for Piano & Narrator," also commissioned last year by Music Worcester, at Temple Emanuel Sinai. An opening reception for a week-long exhibition of his artwork at the Worcester JCC will be held Sunday. Both events are free. Yousufi will visit Burncoat High School all week to coach the orchestra program there on his newest piece, "Kabul Nights," a new commission by Music Worcester.

What: Milad Yousufi — "Suite for Piano & Narrator"

When: 2 p.m. March 15

Where: Temple Emanuel Sinai, 661 Salisbury St., Worcester

What: Milad Yousufi, opening reception

When: 3 p.m. March 15

Where: Worcester JCC, 633 Salisbury St., Worcester

How much: Free. www.musicworcester.org