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At Tanglewood, Andris Nelsons and BSO shake the Shed with long-awaited Verdi Requiem

Six summers ago, a concussion kept Andris Nelsons from conducting the BSO in Verdi’s Requiem as scheduled. Saturday evening, he led a Requiem to remember.

Music Review

Aimee Mann’s voice does the talking in Beverly show

Her clean warble offered a matter-of-fact sadness that presented her songs as cautionary tales, like a Cassandra accepting her fate of remaining unheeded.

Carly Rae Jepsen? Call her self-assured.

It’s been seven years since Jepsen’s breakout hit “Call Me Maybe,” and the Canadian singer, who comes to the House of Blues on Tuesday, sounds just as charming but more forthrightly self-reliant.

In charge of her image and sound, pop singer Yuna refuses to be pigeonholed

Refusing to chase trends is in keeping with Yuna’s desire to stay true to her music and personal identity as a devout Muslim.

Mapache channels the sounds of Southern California

The duo, known for their intricate acoustic guitar playing, close harmonies, and plainspoken lyrics, will perform at the Green River Festival.

Damian Marley brings his beats to Levitate fest in Marshfield

Bob Marley’s youngest son, a four-time Grammy winner, has built a name as a reggae artist with crossover hip-hop appeal and high-energy live shows.

Music Review

Peter Frampton comes alive again in farewell-tour show in Boston

The affable star played a set with no shortage of brawn, as well as the classic tunes that audience members came to hear.

Album Review

Khruangbin takes a dub journey on ‘Hasta El Cielo’

The Houston-based trio is making some of the best instrumental music around.