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The Pavel Haas Quartet live at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall on April 27, 2012. Melanie Burford for NPR hide caption

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Classics in Concert

Carnegie Hall Live: Pavel Haas Quartet

WQXR-APM

Hear the group the Times of London has called "the world's most exciting string quartet."

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Third World In Concert

XPN

Hear a concert from the reggae ambassadors, recorded at WXPN's World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.

Third World In Concert
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Avishai Cohen of Third World Love. John Rogers for NPR/johnrogersnyc.com hide caption

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The Checkout: Live

Third World Love: Live In Concert

WBGO

Folk dances of Africa and the Middle East come to the fore in the bouncy sway of this quartet.

Now vs. Now: (L-R) Jason Lindner, Panagiotis Andreou, Mark Guiliana. John Rogers for NPR/johnrogersnyc.com hide caption

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The Checkout: Live

Now Vs. Now: Live In Concert

WBGO

Jason Lindner's electro-groove trio refracts the sounds of New York City, from bebop to way beyond.

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Front Row

Of Montreal

Watch the wildly theatrical band's latest stage spectacle, recorded live at The 9:30 Club.

Kevin Puts' Pulitzer-winning opera recounts a spontaneous cease-fire among Scottish, French and German troups during World War I. Michal Daniel/Minnesota Opera hide caption

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Classics in Concert

Hear The Opera That Just Won The Pulitzer

Minnesota Public Radio

Silent Night, by Kevin Puts, recounts a surprise cease-fire in World War I. Hear the entire opera.

Listen: Prolgue & Act 1
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Mountain Stage

The Band On Mountain Stage

Listen to an entire concert from Levon Helm and The Band, recorded live in 1996 in West Virginia.

The Band On Mountain Stage
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World Cafe Live: Cheers Elephant In Concert

XPN

Hear the Philadelphia indie-rock act perform at World Cafe Live.

World Cafe Live: Cheers Elephant In Concert
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Martin Bejerano Trio On JazzSet

WBGO

Potential Energy Suite is like a sonata that grooves. Hear the new work from Symphony Space.

Martin Bejerano Trio On JazzSet
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Mountain Stage

Bhi Bhiman On Mountain Stage

The second-generation Sri Lankan-American is an accomplished guitarist and natural bluesman.