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Mieka Pauley On Mountain Stage

The singer-songwriter performs raw, emotional songs with a smooth and soulful sound. Hear four songs from Mieka Pauley, recorded live on the campus of West Virginia University in Morgantown.

Mieka Pauley On Mountain Stage

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Chris Tomson (left) and Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend perform at Apogee's Berkeley Street Studio in Santa Monica, Calif. Brenda Janario/KCRW hide caption

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Vampire Weekend, Live In Concert

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For this performance, recorded for KCRW, Vampire Weekend took a night off from a West Coast tour to play for a small audience of eager fans at Apogee's Berkeley Street Studio in Santa Monica.

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Milo Greene On Mountain Stage

The cinematic pop band offsets its atmospheric melodies with a driving, energetic edge. Hear five songs from Milo Greene, recorded live on the campus of West Virginia University in Morgantown.

Milo Greene On Mountain Stage

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Live At The Village Vanguard

Miguel Zenón Quartet

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As one of the best alto saxophone players in the world, Zenón has drawn from his upbringing in Puerto Rico. But he lives in New York — where his quartet has finally been invited to play the Vanguard.

Miguel Zenón Quartet: Live At The Village Vanguard

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Vintage Trouble On Mountain Stage

The soulful rock band draws inspiration from dreamy '60s pop and heavy '70s guitar-rock. Hear five songs from the group, recorded live on the campus of West Virginia University in Morgantown.

Vintage Trouble On Mountain Stage

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Classics in Concert

Spring For Music: Detroit Symphony Orchestra At Carnegie Hall

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Pink Martini singer Storm Large joins Leonard Slatkin and the orchestra for Kurt Weill's satirical Seven Deadly Sins, in a program bookended by composers who straddled the turn of the last century.

Spring For Music: Detroit Symphony Orchestra At Carnegie Hall

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Conductor Christoph Eschenbach and the National Symphony Orchestra gave the final performance in this year's Spring for Music Festival at Carnegie Hall on May 11, 2013. The program was of all 20th-century Russian music: Shchedrin's Slava, Slava; Schnittke's Viola Concerto; and Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony. Torsten Kjellstrand for NPR hide caption

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Classics in Concert

Spring For Music: National Symphony Orchestra At Carnegie Hall

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Hear an evening of intriguing 20th-century Russian music — including Shostakovich, Schnittke and Shchedrin — that pays tribute to the orchestra's late and longtime leader, Mstislav Rostropovich.

Spring For Music: National Symphony Orchestra At Carnegie Hall

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Larry Keel & Natural Bridge On Mountain Stage

The bluegrass band takes its sound from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the world. Hear four songs from the trio, recorded live at the Paramount Theater in Bristol, Tenn./Va.

Larry Keel & Natural Bridge On Mountain Stage

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The Checkout: Live

Sexmob: Live In Concert

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The quartet specializes in a distinct strain of improvised music: jazz that aims at fun by bouncing off the walls. Led by slide trumpeter Steven Bernstein, the band parties to the themes of Nino Rota.

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The Checkout: Live

Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom: Live In Concert

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A go-to choice for jazz heavies and arena-level singer-songwriters alike, drummer Allison Miller made time to cultivate her own working band in the past few years. Hear her quartet perform live.