• Review

The latest from songwriter-soundscaper Liz Harris plays tricks with space and memory.

He built his career in Amsterdam, then had long associations with British opera companies and the Boston and Chicago symphonies.

The events are in the common position of contributing to the climate crisis while being weighed down by their own practices.

  • Julia Gray
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The Brazilian icon’s first album of new songs in the Bolsonaro era feels playful and bold.

The musician Haley Fohr emerged from some of her darkest moments to make the orchestral and alluring “-io.”

  • Andy Beta
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He co-wrote hit stage musicals, worked on James Bond scores including ‘Goldfinger’ and composed music for the Hollywood film ‘Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.’

  • Tim Greiving
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The D.C. quartet is performing at Pie Shop on Oct. 23.

  • Chris Kelly
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“Pop’s ultimate late bloomers” has a new album and an upcoming gig at Blues Alley.

  • Michael J. West
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Lucy Dacus, Morta Skuld, Yves Tumor, Arlo Parks and Quicksand perform this week.

Born in Bratislava, she reigned over world opera stages for decades, thrilling audiences with her shimmering pianissimos and vocal pyrotechnics.

  • Review

Tenor Jonas Kaufmann and pianist Helmut Deutsch shed light on the art songs of Liszt.

“We have been improvisers our entire lives; that’s what we do. Jazz is going to survive.”

  • Avery Kleinman
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The District DJ’s new band makes its debut at the Black Cat on Tuesday.

Charli XCX and Haim headline the All Things Go Fall Classic. Willow, Todd Rundgren and Queen Naija also perform this week.

His band played traditional jigs, reels, airs and ballads while also collaborating with artists including the Rolling Stones and Willie Nelson.

  • Perspective

Today’s pop hits tend to have stylized song titles. Does it change how we hear them?

A proposed strike had threatened the run of the Tony-winning musical and other performances.

The outdoor concert celebrated what would have been the 100th birthday of French horn player Julius Watkins.

  • Michael J. West
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He was known for the breadth of his repertoire, and folklorists regarded him as one of the last of the Black “songsters.”

To this day, few people, even former employees, agree on who assembled the list, who sent it, if it ever existed at all.

  • Allison Stewart
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