Concerts Performances from today's top artists, filmed at venues and festivals across the country.

Dan Whitford of Cut Copy looks out over a packed house at Le Poisson Rouge on Nov. 19. Shaun Regan for NPR hide caption

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Live in Concert

Cut Copy, Live In Concert

KCRW

The beloved Australian electro-pop band performed to a packed house at Le Poisson Rouge to celebrate NPR Music's new electronic dance music show Metropolis. Watch the entire 10-song set.

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Mountain Stage

Lucinda Williams On Mountain Stage

This performance from 2001 finds Williams on the heels of Essence, the heavily anticipated follow-up to 1998's Car Wheels on a Gravel Road. Hear the beloved alt-country singer-songwriter perform.

Lucinda Williams On Mountain Stage

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JazzSet with Dee Dee Bridgewater

Highlights From The Umbria Jazz Festival On JazzSet

WBGO

The trombonist, composer and fabulist Mauro Ottolini and his Sousaphonix play music for his science-fiction tale Bix Factor. Then, J.P. Jofre plays the tango with a string orchestra.

Highlights From The Umbria Jazz Festival On JazzSet

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Jesse Winchester performs live on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Mountain Stage

Jesse Winchester On Mountain Stage

Backed by only his nylon-string guitar, Winchester keeps the audience spellbound with his trademark low-key delivery in West Virginia.

Jesse Winchester On Mountain Stage

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Bill Callahan, performing live at the Sixth And I Synagogue in Washington, D.C. Gabriella Garcia-Pardo/NPR Music hide caption

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Live in Concert

Bill Callahan, Live In Concert

Bill Callahan's performance, at a historic synagogue in Washington, D.C., unfolded on a cool autumn night.

Bill Callahan, Live In Concert

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The elegant conductor Michael Tilson Thomas leading the San Francisco Symphony in a live performance from Carnegie Hall on November 13, 2013. Eric Thayer for NPR hide caption

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Classics in Concert

San Francisco Symphony In Concert

WQXR radio

Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas welcomes recent MacArthur "Genius Grant" recipient Jeremy Denk to the piano as part of a far-reaching program. Hear Viennese classics, as well as bold American works.

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Live At The Village Vanguard

Peter Bernstein, Larry Goldings, Bill Stewart

WBGO

Here, the three jazz sidemen come together as a trio. Their format isn't earth-shatteringly new, but after nearly 25 years as a band, their rapport is. Listen to a live concert.

Peter Bernstein, Larry Goldings, Bill Stewart: Live At The Village Vanguard

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Tourist performing live at the 2013 Mt. Oasis Electronic Music Summit Adam Kissick/NPR hide caption

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Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit

Tourist., Live In Concert

The London-based producer is known for creating emotive, slightly swampy remixes, and was recently signed to Disclosure's new label. Here, Tourist. performs live at Mountain Oasis 2013.

Tourist., Live In Concert

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