Leonard Slatkin leads the Detroit Symphony Orchestra at the Spring for Music festival at Carnegie Hall. Torsten Kjellstrand/for NPR hide caption

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Spring For Music: Detroit Symphony Orchestra At Carnegie Hall

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In Kurt Weill's opera, the city of Mahagonny was founded by three fugitives hoping to extort money from prospectors. Javier del Real/Teatro Real hide caption

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Rise And Fall Of The City Of Mahagonny

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Making 'LoveMusik' with Weill and Lenya

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Baltimore's Alsop Handles Brahms, Weill, Bernstein

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Weill's 100th

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