The band showcases its cinematic blend of storytelling and strings at the NPR Music offices.
Barzelay, maybe the most underrated songwriter in the business, performs at the NPR Music offices.
The young cellist plays Bach with elegance and a new piece by Golijov with Technicolor brilliance.
The singer and his band feed off the audience's live energy in a concert at the NPR Music offices.
The ever-adaptable guitarist creates challenging and expressive music in the NPR Music offices.
With these intimate songs, the French-born Chilean rapper proves that hip-hop has no boundaries.
The gospel singer sounds like somebody you know — somebody you know with stage presence for days.
The New Zealand band plays four songs from its album Chant Darling at the NPR Music offices.
The Minneapolis duo performs songs from its stormy debut album, Inter-Be.
The singer came to NPR Music with just her guitar to play four beautiful tunes from Obadiah.