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The vocal ensemble New York Polyphony sings Renaissance music in the home of its bass, Craig Phillips.

Watch New York Polyphony's Living Room Madrigal

June 27, 2012 – Hear the vocal ensemble sing a 16th-century story of a soldier's promises to a pretty maiden.

Jeremy Denk plays a whirlwind etude by Ligeti.

Watch Jeremy Denk's Joyfully Mad Ligeti

June 25, 2012 – Eavesdrop on the formidable pianist practicing an etude in his Manhattan apartment.

Watch Lang Lang: A Life In Music, So Far

July 16, 2008 – The 26-year-old pianist describes his rise to superstar status in a new autobiography.

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Watch Playing For Brooklyn, The Headlights Shine

July 16, 2008 – The band from Champaign, IL melds doo wop and classic '90s rock--and they're incredibly nice.

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Watch St. Vincent Wants You To 'Marry' Her

July 10, 2008 – Annie Clark of St. Vincent stops by the studios to discuss and play songs from Marry Me.

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Watch The Quavers Bring 'Porch Techno' to America

June 26, 2008 – Brooklyn's Quavers describe themselves as a "space-age Carter family."

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Watch 'Peace, Happiness' and G. Love

June 19, 2008 – G. Love performs music from his new album, Superhero Brother.

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Watch The New 'Flavors' of Alanis Morissette

June 12, 2008 – Morissette talks about heartache, healing and her new CD, Flavors of Entanglement.

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Watch Songwriter Hayden Travels 'Field and Town'

June 9, 2008 – Toronto musician Hayden talks about his newest record, In Field and Town.

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Watch Sen. Lamar Alexander's 'Tennessee Waltz'

June 8, 2008 – Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) performs a few tunes on the piano in NPR's Studio 4A.

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Watch Mates of State 'Re-Arrange Us,' to Excellent Effect

May 28, 2008 – The married rock duo visits the BPP to play from their new album, Re-Arrange Us.

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Watch Langhorne Slim Rocks Midtown Park

May 21, 2008 – Langhorne Slim brings his country-punk sound to Bryant Park, one of Midtown's beloved green spaces.

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Watch Panic at the Disco: Still 'Odd,' Sans Guyliner

May 17, 2008 – The band performs three songs from its Sgt. Pepper's-influenced second album at NPR.

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Watch Meet NYC's Newly Crowned Subway Busker

May 16, 2008 – Balla Tounkara, a kora player from Mali, is one of the city's newest official underground musicians.

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Watch Death Cab for Cutie Lets the Meter Run

May 15, 2008 – Death Cab for Cutie stopped by to chat and rock out at the Bryant Park Project studios.

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