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

Dunkelman locked into some nearly dance-rock grooves in this electronics-heavy set at High Zero.

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

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 and effects pedals, Sauvage manipulated the movement of water.

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Jonathan Batiste Band On JazzSet

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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Schubert's Trios: The Man Behind The Music

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Members of the Emerson Quartet present Schubert's two piano trios, which he wrote in his last year.

Schubert Trios at Jordan Hall

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Federico Aubele On Mountain Stage

The Argentine singer mixes salsa, reggae and tango on his latest album, Amatoria.

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

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Hear music from Englebert Humperdinck's operatic retelling of the popular Grimm fairy tale.

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James, Recorded Live In Concert

XPN

Listen to the veteran Brit-pop band right now, live from WXPN's World Cafe Live.

James, Recorded Live In Concert

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Chip Taylor On Mountain Stage

The legendary "Wild Thing" songwriter writes his autobiography in song on his latest album.

Chip Taylor On Mountain Stage

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Theo Bleckmann, In Concert At (Le) Poisson Rouge

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The New York City composer presents his latest project, Hello Earth! The Music of Kate Bush.

Theo Bleckmann, In Concert At (Le) Poisson Rouge

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