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Pat Metheny’s new album and tour celebrate a major technical feat: thousands of moving parts executing one man’s programmed score.
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The emphasis in the musical “Fela!” on the spectacle of African culture tilts the show a little too closely toward minstrelsy.
The Brooklyn band’s second album purposely sidesteps the sounds that made the band an indie-rock sensation.
Nick Jonas, the most studious and clever of the Jonas Brothers discusses the albums which inspired his latest, “Who I Am.”
A premier avant-garde music festival from Poland makes its way to New York.
A classical saxophone ensemble aims to illuminate the instrument’s versatility.
Midtown is the city’s hipster epicenter, home to posh cocktail bars, divey rock clubs and longstanding juke joints.
The jazz pianist Fred Hersch has overcome AIDS-related dementia, a two-month coma and the loss of motor function in his hands. Now he’s trying to capture the experience in music.
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