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Along with her sister Anna, Kate McGarrigle performs with her son Rufus Wainwright at Carnegie Hall.
January 19, 2010 Kate McGarrigle, who died Monday, performs a 2004 concert as a tribute to Emmylou Harris, with help from her sister Anna McGarrigle and her son Rufus Wainwright. Also on the bill: Patty Griffin, husband-and-wife songwriters Buddy and Julie Miller and guitarist Steve Earle.
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May 26, 2007 Saxophonist Joshua Redman has been the darling of jazz critics for more than a decade. With bassist Reuben Rogers and percussionist Ali Jackson Jr., he performs an improvisational set of bebop, blues and Broadway at Zankel Hall.
September 6, 2005 Pianist Brad Mehldau and reigning American soprano Renee Fleming present a concert of surprises, including a new commission from Carnegie Hall based on the work of German poet Rainer Maria Rilke.
August 23, 2005 In this two-hour live recording, The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson plays his most ambitious album, Smile, at Carnegie Hall. Released almost four decades after its creation, the album has been reconstructed and reworked from original tapes and new recordings. Listen to songs from Smile, Beach Boys favorites, and excerpts from recording sessions in this Creator's at Carnegie special.
August 9, 2005 The St. Louis Symphony, conductor David Robertson and pianist Orli Shaham perform a concert celebrating American music. The program includes Aaron Copland's beloved Lincoln Portrait and works by John Adams.
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July 26, 2005 New York native Richard Goode is one of the world's premiere pianists. Creators at Carnegie presents Goode in a solo recital at Carnegie Hall. He performs a program that includes works by Bach and Chopin and Debussy's evocative, impressionist preludes.
July 12, 2005 k.d. lang performs songs from her latest CD, Hymns of the 49th Parallel. The disc is a tribute to Canadian songwriters from Leonard Cohen and Neil Young to Bruce Cockburn and Jane Siberry.
June 28, 2005 Pianist and composer Fred Hersch has created his own jazz-infused arrangement of texts from Walt Whitman's exultant poem Leaves of Grass. We take you to Zankel Hall for the New York premiere.
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June 14, 2005 In the 1970s and '80s, the members of Orchestra Baobab were the masters of Afro-Cuban music. After prodding by the man behind the Buena Vista Social Club, the Senegalese group has returned to the stage.
May 31, 2005 The Magnetic Fields started as a cult phenomenon, but singer Stephin Merritt has taken the band well beyond its indie beginnings in Manhattan's Lower East Side. At Zankel Hall, the group plays songs from its acclaimed CDs, 69 Love Songs and i.
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