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The Checkout: Live

Now Vs. Now: Live In Concert

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Jason Lindner's electro-groove trio refracts the sounds of New York City, from bebop to way beyond.

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Martin Bejerano Trio On JazzSet

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Potential Energy Suite is like a sonata that grooves. Hear the new work from Symphony Space.

Martin Bejerano Trio On JazzSet

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JazzSet with Dee Dee Bridgewater

James Farm On JazzSet

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Hear Joshua Redman, Aaron Parks, Matt Penman and Eric Harland, live from the BeanTown Jazz Festival.

James Farm On JazzSet

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Ingrid Jensen Quintet: Live In Concert

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The trumpeter once busked in New York subways. These days, her local gigs are more prestigious.

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Juan-Carlos Formell On JazzSet

Formell performs epic music and poetry, magical and real, about the Afro-Caribbean experience.

Juan-Carlos Formell On JazzSet

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Manuel Valera's New Cuban Express: Live In Concert

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A Cuban pianist hears the percussive sweep of his birth country as modern, electrified jazz.

Manuel Valera's New Cuban Express in Concert

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