Concerts Performances from today's top artists, filmed at venues and festivals across the country.

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Anais Mitchell On Mountain Stage

Hear the singer-songwriter bring her deeply imaginative folk music to the West Virginia stage.

Anais Mitchell On Mountain Stage

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Paul Kelly On Mountain Stage

The Australian singer-songwriter performs a career-spanning set of country, rock, folk and more.

Paul Kelly On Mountain Stage

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McCoy Tyner: Live At SFJAZZ

Few pianists have been as influential to modern jazz practice as McCoy Tyner. And at age 74, his driving left hand and dense chords are still in fine form. He performs at the SFJAZZ Center opening.

Saxophonists Joshua Redman (center) and Joe Lovano (left) lead a performance at the SFJAZZ Center grand opening. Scott Chernis/Courtesy of SFJAZZ hide caption

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Joe Lovano & Joshua Redman: Live At SFJAZZ

Joshua Redman co-founded the SFJAZZ Collective. With his successor in the tenor sax chair, Joe Lovano, the band runs through "Blackwell's Message," a jaunty, open swinger.

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David Virelles Continuum

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Following in a long line of Cuban-born pianists, Virelles has quickly become an elite New York jazz player. But his vision is mysterious — a back-to-the-future refraction of Afro-Cuban ritual.

David Virelles Continuum: Live At The Village Vanguard

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NPR Music, WQXR and (Le) Poisson Rouge host an intimate evening of music that spans both great Western and Middle Eastern music with members of an inspiring orchestra, led by one of classical music's most eminent artists. Ryan Muir for NPR hide caption

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Daniel Barenboim And Members Of The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra

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NPR Music, WQXR and (Le) Poisson Rouge host a evening that spans great Western and Middle Eastern music with members of an inspiring orchestra, led by one of classical music's most eminent artists.

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Rich Robinson On Mountain Stage

The Black Crowes guitarist performs new songs from his second solo record, Through a Crooked Sun.

Rich Robinson On Mountain Stage

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The Cowboy Junkies On Mountain Stage

Hear the long-running band perform songs from its four-album "Nomad Series," live in West Virginia.

The Cowboy Junkies On Mountain Stage

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Belinda Smith On Mountain Stage

The West Virginia favorite brings a few of her own songs to this live concert in her home state.

Belinda Smith On Mountain Stage

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NewFound Road On Mountain Stage

Hear the band blend traditional pop, folk, soul and bluegrass, recorded live in West Virginia.

NewFound Road On Mountain Stage

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Chick Corea (piano) and Bill Frisell duet during the opening night concert at the new SFJAZZ Center. Scott Chernis/Courtesy of SFJAZZ hide caption

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SFJAZZ Center Opening Night: Live In Concert

Thirty years after its first concerts in San Francisco, the organization SFJAZZ has built a permanent home and performance venue. For its opening, WWOZ, WBGO and NPR Music presented a live concert.

SFJAZZ Center Opening Night: Live In Concert

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Reneé Fleming (right) and Susan Graham — two "cheerful Americans" often mistaken for each other — are planning an intimate evening of French song. Craig T. Mathew/Mathew Imaging hide caption

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Reneé Fleming And Susan Graham At Carnegie Hall

Two opera stars conjure the intimate atmosphere of the late 19th-century Parisian salon, telling stories and singing songs by Saint-Saëns, Fauré and Debussy.

Reneé Fleming And Susan Graham At Carnegie Hall

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The Ryan Montbleau Band On Mountain Stage

The Boston group mixes a jam-band sound and soulful songwriting, recorded live in West Virginia.

The Ryan Montbleau Band On Mountain Stage

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Martin Sexton On Mountain Stage

Hear the soulful rocker play songs spanning his entire career, including a cover from his new EP.

Martin Sexton On Mountain Stage

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