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Amjad Ali Khan performs his concerto Samaagam with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in Mumbai. Pip Eastop/World Village Records hide caption

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Swar Samir

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Wu Man: Tiny Desk Concert

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Concerto for piano, chorus & orchestra ("The Solway Canal")

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Soprano Ying Huang in the title role of Zhou Long's Pulitzer Prize-winning opera Madame White Snake. Clive Grainger /Opera Boston hide caption

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Hear An Excerpt Of 'Madame White Snake'

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Chief conductor Charles Dutoit presides over a financially troubled Philadelphia Orchestra. Chris Lee/Philadelphia Orchesta hide caption

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Philadelphia Orchestra Files For Bankruptcy

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Pianist Simone Dinnerstein has a passion for rhythmically free musical lines. Lisa Marie Mazzucco/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Guest DJ: Simone Dinnerstein

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Lee Hoiby was unapologetic about his lyrical music. Timothy Greenfield-Sanders/G. Schirmer hide caption

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Concerto for piano & orchestra, No 2 [Movemnet 2, Lento Espressivo]

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