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Julian Lage is joined by bassist Jorge Roeder and drummer Dave King on "Squint."

How some great orators spoke to Julian Lage on the guitarist’s new album, ‘Squint’

Playing and composing along to words spoken by gifted communicators, like Nikki Giovanni and James Baldwin, created "an alchemy of sorts," Lage says.

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Andris Nelsons conducted the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in 2017.

BSO announces March dates at Carnegie Hall

Tuesday's announcement also nods to the 2021-2022 season at Symphony Hall.

The "Live with the Woo Crew" Web series features interviews with members of Worcester's hip-hop community.

College kids get an education in Worcester’s hip-hop scene

Classes at Holy Cross and Clark University have connected students to local artists and to a newly established chapter of Hip Hop Congress.

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Performers for the 2021-22 season include (clockwise from top left) violinist Simone Porter, bass-baritone Dashon Burton, the Takács Quartet, and stage giant Alan Cumming performing with public radio journalist Ari Shapiro.

Celebrity Series brings reprises and surprises to 2021-22 mix

The series returns to the stage in September with a mix of familiar comfort and exciting new discoveries.

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Tickets will soon go on sale for previously sold-out events featuring Yo-Yo Ma and John Williams.

BSO boosts concert capacity for 2021 Tanglewood concerts

Tickets will soon go on sale for previously sold-out events featuring Yo-Yo Ma and John Williams.

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Reynaliz Herrera will perform Sunday for Harvard Museums of Science & Culture’s virtual World Bicycle Day Celebration.

This Boston percussionist keeps the beat on bikes

Reynaliz Herrera will perform Sunday for Harvard Museums of Science & Culture’s virtual World Bicycle Day Celebration.

Boston Early Music Festival's 2021 digital lineup includes its 2017 production of Campra’s “Le carnaval de Venise.”

‘It was a bittersweet moment’: How Boston Early Music Festival landed online for 2021

Executive Director Kathleen Fay discussed the twists, turns, and unexpected upsides of organizing this year's festival.

Patrick Bryant, whose album collection numbers 15,000, jokingly calls his WMBR show "PatNauseam."

This radio host plays the same old song, again and again and . . .

WMBR’s Patrick Bryant fills two hours with cover versions of one tune, straddling the line between pleasure and pain.