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Digital Blowout: Wobbly, Daniel, Dunkelman, Whitman In Concert

At the High Zero Festival, drummer Shayna Dunkelman locked into some nearly dance-rock grooves that gave the electronics-heavy spastic final set some direction.

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A Brief History Of Electronic Music: Keith Fullerton Whitman In Concert

At the Theatre Project, Whitman stood center stage, hovered over four synthesizer units in a perfect 2x2 formation. Rapid-fire popcorn electronics took a turn into Stockhausen-esque trance at the High Zero Festival.

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Improvising With Water: Tomoko Sauvage And M.C. Schmidt In Concert

Surrounded by porcelain bowls, a mixer, effects pedals and bottles of Perrier, we sat rapt with curiosity as Tomoko Sauvage manipulated the movement of water at the High Zero Festival.

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Jonathan Batiste Band On JazzSet

When he's not amazing you with a melodica improvisation or his Chopin-esque Jelly Roll Morton piano style, Batiste unfurls a virtuoso "funque" style -- that's funk with baroque ornamentation. Batiste introduces his 12-piece band as part of this show from the Kennedy Center Jazz Club.

Jonathan Batiste Band On JazzSet

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Classics in Concert

Schubert's Trios: The Man Behind The Music

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Schubert's two piano trios provide a glimpse into the composer's vivacious personality and creative voice. Hear members of the Emerson Quartet and pianist Wu Han play both works.

Schubert Trios at Jordan Hall

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Federico Aubele On Mountain Stage

Argentine singer-songwriter Federico Aubele took inspiration from the traditional music of his homeland, as well as American country music and The Beatles. His music mixes reggae, salsa and old-school tango in this performance, recorded live.

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A Proms Fairy Tale: Humperdinck's 'Hansel and Gretel'

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'Hansel and Gretel' isn't retold as often as other Grimm tales, but Englebert Humperdinck's opera has remained a classic since it premiered in the 19th century. Hear music from this production by the BBC Proms.

Hear An Introduction To The Opera

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James, Recorded Live In Concert

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The British rock group released one of the best songs of the 1990s, "Sit Down." Now, almost 30 years after they first got together, the Brits are back with a new album and a U.S. tour. Listen to their stop in Philadelphia live from World Cafe Live at noon ET.

James, Recorded Live In Concert

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Mountain Stage

Chip Taylor On Mountain Stage

Chip Taylor is a legendary songwriter, best known for writing hits like "Wild Thing," "Angel of the Morning," and "Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)." On his latest album, Yonkers, NY, he writes his autobiography in song.

Chip Taylor On Mountain Stage

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Theo Bleckmann, In Concert At (Le) Poisson Rouge

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From his work with Meredith Monk and Laurie Anderson to his solo recordings, Bleckmann has established himself as one of the important creators of new music in New York.

Theo Bleckmann, In Concert At (Le) Poisson Rouge

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