Internationally known contemporary acoustic guitarist and composer Stefano Barone will perform in this free concert and discussion at the Detroit Institute of Arts’ Kresge Court.

The Naples, Italy-born musician’s precise fingerstyle technique has earned him critical acclaim and fame on YouTube, where his compositions have received millions of views. Barone is also a frequent collaborator with Detroit Free Press senior video producer and director Brian Kaufman, who has made Barone’s music an integral part of his editing process in films like “Predator/Prey: The Fight for Isle Royale’s Wolves” and “The Wall,” which gets its world premiere at Freep Film Festival this year.

Following the music performance, Barone and Kaufman will discuss how music can evoke a film’s mood, drive its pacing and reinforce emotional notes.

2:30 p.m. Sun., April 15, Kresge Court, Detroit Institute of Arts. Free.

Barone also will perform brief sets before the 7:30 p.m. Sat., April 14, screening of “The Wall” at the DIA’s Detroit Film Theatre and the 6 p.m. Sun., April 15, screening of “12th and Clairmount” at the Detroit Film Theatre.