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The Jazz Composers Orchestra Institute: Live In Concert

Hear a first glimpse of new symphonic works by jazz musicians, including pieces by Nicole Mitchell, Jacob Sacks, Rufus Reid, Erica Lindsay, Marianne Trudel, Adam Jenkins, Harris Eisenstadt and Mark Helias.

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Garland Jeffreys In Concert

XPN

The veteran New York City roots-rock singer recently released his first record in 15 years, The King of In Between. Hear Jeffreys perform songs from the album live at noon ET, as part of WXPN's Live Fridays concert series.

Garland Jeffreys In Concert

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First Watch: Florence And The Machine In Concert

Watch the band perform live in concert from the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles last November.

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Dan Tepfer And Friends: Live In Concert

WBGO

The jazz pianist isn't yet 30, but he's quickly built a reputation for quality. Versatility, too: He'll play solo (improvisations on Bach's Goldberg Variations), in duets (with saxophonist Noah Preminger) and with his trio in a live concert webcast.

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Mark Turner Quartet

WBGO

He has no website (yet) and no records as a leader in the last 10 years. But he's probably the most influential tenor saxophonist of his generation. Hear a live recording from the legendary venue.

Mark Turner Quartet: Live At The Village Vanguard

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The Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra with harpsichordist Kristian Bezuidenhout. Andre Costantini/Courtesy of the BEMF hide caption

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Giddy Energy At The Boston Early Music Festival

WGBH Radio

The festival gets a buzz from playful pieces by Corelli, Handel, Bach and Vivaldi.

Giddy Energy At The Boston Early Music Festival

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My Morning Jacket And More In Concert

The Current

Rock the Garden, Minnesota's biggest outdoor concert, features My Morning Jacket, Neko Case, Booker T. Jones and Tapes 'n Tapes. Hear the entire show right here, live as it happens.

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Joseph Arthur In Concert

XPN

The songwriter and visual artist recently released his eighth album, The Graduation Ceremony. Hear Arthur perform songs from the record live during a midday show at WXPN in Philadelphia.

Joseph Arthur In Concert

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Randy Weston On JazzSet

WBGO

Our voices are our instruments and our hearts are our drums, says Weston, with his African Rhythms group at NJPAC in Newark on this JazzSet.

Randy Weston On JazzSet

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Charlie McCoy On Mountain Stage

Known primarily for his harmonica, the legendary session musician is all over Nashville's classic recordings. A West Virginia native, he leads a band called the WV Super Pickers through a rollicking performance.

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