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Belinda Smith On Mountain Stage

The West Virginia favorite brings a few of her own songs to this live concert in her home state.

Belinda Smith On Mountain Stage

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NewFound Road On Mountain Stage

Hear the band blend traditional pop, folk, soul and bluegrass, recorded live in West Virginia.

NewFound Road On Mountain Stage

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Chick Corea (piano) and Bill Frisell duet during the opening night concert at the new SFJAZZ Center. Scott Chernis/Courtesy of SFJAZZ hide caption

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SFJAZZ Center Opening Night: Live In Concert

Thirty years after its first concerts in San Francisco, the organization SFJAZZ has built a permanent home and performance venue. For its opening, WWOZ, WBGO and NPR Music presented a live concert.

SFJAZZ Center Opening Night: Live In Concert

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Reneé Fleming (right) and Susan Graham — two "cheerful Americans" often mistaken for each other — are planning an intimate evening of French song. Craig T. Mathew/Mathew Imaging hide caption

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Classics in Concert

Reneé Fleming And Susan Graham At Carnegie Hall

Two opera stars conjure the intimate atmosphere of the late 19th-century Parisian salon, telling stories and singing songs by Saint-Saëns, Fauré and Debussy.

Reneé Fleming And Susan Graham At Carnegie Hall

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Whitehorse On Mountain Stage

Together, Canadians Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet play powerful, guitar-driven folk-rock.

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The Ryan Montbleau Band On Mountain Stage

The Boston group mixes a jam-band sound and soulful songwriting, recorded live in West Virginia.

The Ryan Montbleau Band On Mountain Stage

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Martin Sexton On Mountain Stage

Hear the soulful rocker play songs spanning his entire career, including a cover from his new EP.

Martin Sexton On Mountain Stage

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Caroline Aiken On Mountain Stage

Aiken, a folk-rocker for more than 40 years, plays with the Mountain Stage band for the first time.

Caroline Aiken On Mountain Stage

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JazzSet with Dee Dee Bridgewater

The Mingus Orchestra On JazzSet

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Get ready for ecstatic sounds, as the French horn, bass clarinet, bassoon, guitar and harp dig the deep, dark, blues-drenched, jubilant Mingus groove from St. Bart's Church in New York City.

The Mingus Orchestra On JazzSet

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Randall Bramblett On Mountain Stage

Hear the acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and songwriter play songs both old and new.

Randall Bramblett On Mountain Stage

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