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Marsalis at the MFA

JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE

Branford Marsalis before last night’s sold-out performance at the MFA.

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Grammy-winner Branford Marsalis was at the Museum of Fine Arts last night for the first of two performances of “A Language Beyond Language,’’ a program that includes a talk and concert with his piano-playing pal Joey Calderazzo. The duo has a new album, “Songs of Mirth and Melancholy,’’ which features a cover shot in the MFA’s Art of the Americas Wing. Last night’s event was sold out.

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