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

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club In Concert

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club brings a soulful mix of roots rock, country, gospel and blues to Washington, DC's 9:30 Club for a night of music. Hear the band's full concert, recorded live. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club is on tour to promote its latest CD, Howl.

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club in Concert on All Songs Considered

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Bolcom's Ragomania: A Nod to Gershwin and Blake

Some pure Americana comes from the pen of recent four-time Grammy winner William Bolcom. His "Ragomania" honors jazz great Eubie Blake and Bolcom's idol George Gershwin. Marin Alsop conducts the Aspen Festival Orchestra.

Bolcom's Ragomania: A Nod to Gershwin and Blake

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From XPN: The Wood Brothers in Concert

The Wood Brothers perform the latest in a series of midday concerts from NPR Music and WXPN. The roots-rock duo's show has ended. But their full performance from the stage of World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, Pa., is available in archive form.

From XPN: The Wood Brothers in Concert

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Steve Wynn in Concert

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Songwriter Steve Wynn is celebrated for his groundbreaking work with The Dream Syndicate, a band that, along with REM and the Replacements, is credited with inventing the American indie rock scene of the 1980s. Hear Wynn in concert, recorded live from station XPN in Philadelphia.

Steve Wynn in concert on XPN Live Fridays - 02/17/2006

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From XPN: Rosanne Cash in Concert

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Country singer Rosanne Cash visits the World Cafe Live stage in Philadelphia for a midday concert. Her entire performance originally webcast live on NPR.org Feb. 3. It's the latest in a series of Friday live concerts from member station WXPN.

Rosanne Cash in concert on XPN Live Fridays - 02/03/2006

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From Station XPN: Shawn Mullins in Concert

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Atlanta-based singer-songwriter Shawn Mullins offers a mix of folk-flavored pop songs in a special, midday concert from NPR station WXPN in Philadelphia, Pa. Mullins is on tour to promote his upcoming album, 9th Ward Pickin' Parlor.

Shawn Mullins in concert on XPN Live Fridays - 10/27/2006

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Conductor Roger Norrington on Mozart

Sir Roger Norrington joins NPR's Fred Child in Salzburg for Mozart's birthday celebration. He conducts a selection of Mozart masterpieces, including the slow movement of Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G Minor and the famous duet "Bei Maennern" from the opera The Magic Flute.

Conductor Roger Norrington on Mozart

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The Juilliard Quartet and Shai Wosner play Mozart

NPR's Fred Child hosts Performance Today from Salzburg, Austria, to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Mozart. The celebration includes performances from the Juilliard Quartet and Shai Wosner.

The Juilliard Quartet and Shai Wosner play Mozart

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Mozart's Job Hunting Dilemma

Despite being one of the most successful composers of all time, Mozart could rarely find a job. We hear some of the pieces he composed while attempting to receive commissions or job offers, including the Dominicus Mass, K. 66, the Piano Sonata in B-flat, K. 281 and his famous G minor Symphony, No. 40.

Mozart's Job Hunting Dilemma

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Music and Words from 'A King Celebration'

Performance Today features music from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the glee clubs of Morehouse and Spelman colleges and others, as well as sections of famous speeches by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It's a King Day celebration.

Music and Words from 'A King Celebration'

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Copland's 'Fanfare for the Common Man'

This brief but stirring work was one of ten fanfares commissioned by conductor Eugene Goossens for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in 1942. Three years later Copland elaborated it and incorporated it into the finale of his Symphony No. 3.

The Lark Quartet Plays George Gershwin

The poetry and lyricism in songs by George Gershwin have universal appeal. The Lark Quartet plays three songs by Gershwin, arranged for string quartet by Stanley Silverman. "He Loves and She Loves," "Do It Again," and "Sweet and Lowdown," with a touch of Ella Fitzgerald.

The Lark Quartet Plays George Gershwin

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Pianist Zoltan Kocsis Performs Bartok

To accompany a concert performance of a seldom-performed piano concerto by Bela Bartok, NPR's Fred Child tells the story of the music's inception in the summer of 1945. Zoltan Kocsis is the pianist, with Sakari Oramo conducting the Finnish Radio Symphony in the Bartok Piano Concerto No. 3.

Pianist Zoltan Kocsis Performs Bartok

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Mozart's Salzburg Church Music

Much fuss has been made over how much Mozart hated having to write mostly church music during his teenage years as an organist in Salzburg. And much of the music is ordinary. But these selections helped earn him a memorial at Mozartplatz.

Mozart's Salzburg Church Music

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