Feast of Music

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JD Allen, Met Museum

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has been working hard to pivot away from it's reputation as a sober repository of artistic masterpieces to a fun, friendly place to hang out. This is especially true on Friday nights, when the museum.

michel camilo three+three, blue note

Michel Camilo "Three+Three" at the Blue Note

Australian Chamber Orchestra

Australian Chamber Orchestra at Zankel Hall

Julia Wolfe and John Adams, New World Symphony

Julia Wolfe Wins the Pulitzer Prize for "Anthracite Fields"


Hot Young Pianist, Gerald Clayton, Born into Jazz Experience

Omar Sosa at BRIC, Brooklyn, piano

by Steven Pisano With Cuba increasingly on people’s minds as access to that magical island becomes easier for Americans to travel to, Cuban jazz pianist Omar Sosa and his Quarteto Afrocubano attracted an eclectic audience to its show last week.

David Harrington, Big Ears Festival

For anyone who cares at all about the living art of music, there is no more vital institution than the Kronos Quartet. Since their founding 41 years ago, this indefatigable quartet has commissioned more than 850 works and has performed.

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New Music in the Tennessee Mountains: Big Ears Festival 2015

Tristan Perich's Parallels with Meehan/Perkins Duo

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Preview: Big Ears Festival in Knoxville

Preview: Big Ears Festival in Knoxville