Kelli O’Hara

“One of our greatest reinterpreters of musical standards.”—New York Times Kelli O’Hara is one of Broadway’s greatest leading ladies. A Tony Award for her acclaimed performance in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s […]

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Stephen Hough, piano

“Listening to this recital I felt as though I were a guest at a sumptuous banquet … for here is a pianist at the height of his powers.”—Gramophone With the […]

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Yamato: The Drummers of Japan

Founded nearly 30 years ago in Nara Prefecture, said to be the birthplace of Japanese culture and civilization, Yamato travels the world with traditional taiko drums called “waidako” made from […]

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Pavel Haas Quartet

The Pavel Haas Quartet has been called “the world’s most exciting string quartet” (Gramophone) and is revered across the globe for its richness of timbre, infectious passion, and intuitive rapport. […]

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Chanticleer

“These men are phenomenal: as fresh as a blade of grass, tightly focused and keenly expressive.”—New York Times This Grammy Award-winning vocal ensemble has been hailed as “the world’s reigning […]

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Breabach

“As polished as it was passionate, matching fiery intensity with exquisite finesse.”—Scotsman Securely ranked among Scotland’s most skilled and imaginative contemporary folk acts, Breabach unites deep roots in highland and […]

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Imani Winds

“Strikingly virtuosic, immaculately tight, stylistically agile, and they know how to engage the audience with sincere, succinct and thoughtful comments about the music they perform.”—Boston Musical Intelligencer Black and Brown: […]

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Matthew Whitaker

“To see and hear him play is to know that divine talent exists.”—WBGO “I am a musician who happens to be blind,” American jazz pianist Matthew Whitaker says, “and my […]

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