Mountain Stage

Todd Snider On Mountain Stage

West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On The Excitement Plan, the singer-songwriter inhabits his characters with humor and imagination.

Todd Snider in Concert on Mountain Stage - 09/30/2009

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The JACK Quartet thrives on high-intensity repertoire. Justin Bernhaut hide caption

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Classics in Concert

JACK Quartet And ICE, In Concert At (Le) Poisson Rouge

WQXR radio

These explosive ensembles performed works by modern composers Earl Brown, Caleb Burhans and others.

JACK Quartet And ICE, In Concert At (Le) Poisson Rouge

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The Greencards On Mountain Stage

Two Australians and one Englishman, united by American folk music, play songs from their new album.

The Greencards in Concert on Mountain Stage - 09/29/2009

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Mountain Stage

Nanci Griffith On Mountain Stage

The heralded songwriter plays her hits and songs from her newest album, The Loving Kind.

Nanci Griffith in Concert on Mountain Stage - 09/28/2009

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The Duke & The King On Mountain Stage

A Felice brother and a self-appointed monarch band together to form a songwriting duo.

The Duke & The King on Mountain Stage - 09/25/2009

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The Bartered Bride

Hidden identities and secret bargains characterize this Czech comedy from the Prague National Opera.

Hear An Introduction To 'The Bartered Bride'

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Gogol Bordello In Concert

XPN

Hear the uninhibited gypsy punk band bring down the house at World Cafe Live.

Gogol Bordello In Concert

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Cyril Neville On Mountain Stage

The youngest of New Orleans' first family of funk, Neville recently released his a new solo album.

Cyril Neville in Concert on Mountain Stage - 09/24/2009

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A Blog Supreme

Matana Roberts' COIN COIN: Live In Concert

WBGO

For the alto saxophonist, music tells the complicated story of her family. Hear the performance.

Matana Roberts in Concert at the Jazz Gallery - 06/24/2010

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Anthony Braxton's 65th-Birthday Concert

WNYC Radio

Hear the visionary composer with his 12+2tet, plus a surprise performance with his old quartet.

Listen Now: Anthony Braxton's 12+2tet In Concert

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