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  • Sunday, March 24, 2019

    Yola made her US national TV debut on CBS This Morning: Saturday, performing a Saturday Sessions set of songs from her Dan Auerbach–produced debut album, Walk Through Fire: "Faraway Look," "Ride Out in the Country," and "Love All Night (Work All Day)." You can watch the set here.

  • Friday, March 22, 2019

    Nonesuch takes part in the Come Together vinyl market at MoMA PS1 in NYC … John Adams’s The Wound-Dresser is performed by NY Phil; he curates Lincoln Center Nightcap with Timo Andres, Attacca Quartet … Sam Amidon, Beth Orton perform at London benefit ... Jeremy Denk is in UK … Rhiannon Giddens, Mountain Man, Punch Brothers, Gabriel Kahane are at Big Ears in Knoxville … Kronos Quartet live-scores documentary in Nashville … Brad Mehldau performs in Luxembourg, France … Natalie Merchant concludes tour with Lúnasa … Yola performs on CBS This Morning: Saturday ...

  • Thursday, March 21, 2019

    The 2019 Big Ears Festival gets under way today, and as usual, featured among the performers are several Nonesuch artists: Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi, Punch Brothers, Gabriel Kahane, and Mountain Man. Big Ears takes place at venues throughout downtown Knoxville, Tennessee, through Sunday.

Artist Spotlight

  • On Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Caroline Shaw's album Orange, Attacca Quartet performs six of her pieces for string quartet. The string quartet form "has existed for hundreds of years, but there's something, for me, beautiful and ritualistic about coming back to that form," says Shaw. "This album is a celebration of the simple, immediate, unadorned beauty of a natural, everyday, familiar thing."

  • Rhiannon Giddens’s album there is no Other, recorded with the multi-instrumentalist Francesco Turrisi, was produced by Joe Henry and tracked over five days in Dublin. The album is at once a condemnation of “othering” and a celebration of the spread of ideas, connectivity, and shared experience.

  • Pianist Jeremy Denk's new album, c. 1300–c. 2000, presents a centuries-long story of constantly emerging possibilities and styles of musical expression, an evolution drawn in a single arc by the music of twenty-four different composers, from Guillaume de Machaut to György Ligeti. The Telegraph says: "Quite exhilarating."

  • Joshua Redman Quartet's Come What May is the first album in almost two decades from the saxophonist and his longtime friends and colleagues pianist Aaron Goldberg, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Gregory Hutchinson. "Mr. Redman's place is secure as one of the most effusive and engaging tenor saxophonists in straight-ahead jazz," says the New York Times, and the Quartet is "well attuned to his language of elastic tenacity."

  • The Black Keys return with the song "Lo/Hi," the first new music from the band since its 2014 album, Turn Blue. "Lo/Hi" was written and produced by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, and recorded at Nashville's Easy Eye Sound studio. 

Tour

Sun, Mar 24
2:30 PM
St. John's Episcopal Cathedral
Knoxville, TNUnited States
Big Ears Festival
Sun, Mar 24
St. John's Episcopal Cathedral
Knoxville,TNUnited States
Sun, Mar 24
3:00 PM
Perth Concert Hall
Perth, Scotland
Sun, Mar 24
Perth Concert Hall
Perth,Scotland
Sun, Mar 24
5:00 PM
The Standard
Knoxville, TNUnited States
Big Ears Festival
Sun, Mar 24
The Standard
Knoxville,TNUnited States
Sun, Mar 24
8:00 PM
The Social
London, United Kingdom
w/Beth Orton
Sun, Mar 24
The Social
London,United Kingdom
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