For the past 120 years, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music has been providing high-quality music education all over the city, and if that isn’t a great reason to celebrate we don’t know what is! On Thursday, they are throwing a really cool sounding House Party fundraiser that will allow guests to wander from room to room in the BKCM’s 19th century brownstone to catch a variety of live musical performances like Middle Eastern-inspired surf rock with R&B horns by Matt Bauder, bluegrass from Tone Johansen and the Handsome Gents, Nepali indie-pop from Bartika Eam Rai, and many more acts. There will also be food and drinks available throughout the five-story, 14-room house. Tickets aren’t cheap at $200, but it’s a one-of-a-kind event and all proceeds will go to the nonprofit organization’s laudable mission of providing free music education to 5,000 kids and adults across NYC and music therapy to 1400 people with special needs. The party starts at 6:30 and will run until 9:30.