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  • Friday,December 8,2023

    Guitarist Mary Halvorson joins pianist Sylvie Courvoisier at Jazz Gallery in NYC, where downtown, Punch Brothers continue their variety show at the Minetta Lane Theatre, with special guests Sylvan Esso and The A's (both of which include members of Mountain Man). Yasmin Williams in Tarrytown, NY, supporting Watchhouse, and Philadelphia, supporting Aoife O'Donovan. Yussef Dayes performs Black Classical Music in Miami. Jeremy Denk is in Boston. Vagabon takes West Coast tour to Seattle, Vancouver, and Portland.

    Journal Topics: On TourWeekend Events
  • Friday,December 1,2023

    Brad Mehldau concludes his four-night residency at Smoke Jazz Club in NYC, where Punch Brothers continue their acoustic variety show at Minetta Lane Theater with guests James Taylor and Gaby Moreno, and Makaya McCraven plays Pioneer Works in Brooklyn. In Florida, The Black Keys headline Riptide Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale and Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway are at Orange Blossom Revue in Lake Wales. Shara Nova performs The Blue Hour in Ann Arbor. In California, Yussef Dayes is at The UC Theatre in Berkeley and Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, where Alarm Will Sound is joined by Nathalie Joachim and Alyssa Pyper at The Nimoy.

    Journal Topics: On TourWeekend Events
  • Tuesday,November 28,2023

    The Staves have announced their first North American tour since 2017, in celebration of their new album, All Now, due March 22. The tour begins April 7 in Washington, DC, with shows in New York City, Cambridge, Toronto, Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsOn Tour
  • Wednesday,November 22,2023

    As the US celebrates Thanksgiving, there’s great live music being made around the world: Julia Bullock joins Philharmonia Orchestra in the UK to perform Knoxville: Summer of 1915 at Bedford Corn Exchange and George Gershwin and Langston Hughes songs at Southbank Centre in London. Yussef Dayes performs Black Classical Music in Chicago, Atlanta, Charlotte, and Nashville. Tigran Hamasyan performs StandArt to conclude three-night residency in Yerevan, Armenia. Gabriel Kahane joins Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and his father, conductor/pianist Jeffrey Kahane. The Magnetic Fields conclude European tour in Athens and Austria. Cécile McLorin Salvant tours France and Spain.

    Journal Topics: On TourWeekend Events
  • Friday,November 17,2023

    Yussef Dayes tours Boston, Philadelphia, and NYC. The Royal Ballet performs Wayne McGregor and Thomas Adès's The Dante Project. Ambrose Akinmusire tours Sweden with Norrbotten Big Band. Laurie Anderson is in Italy and Luxembourg. Timo Andres and Nico Muhly perform Philip Glass at David Geffen Hall in NYC. The Black Keys are in Mexico City for Corona Capital Festival. Sam Gendel is in Amsterdam. Rhiannon Giddens  performs in Berkeley and Sonoma. Tigran Hamasyan is at Spoleto Jazz Fest in Italy. The Magnetic Fields are in Stockholm and Helsinki. Brad Mehldau Trio tours Chicago, Boston, and College Park. Natalie Merchant is in Italy. Mandy Patinkin concludes London residency. Cécile McLorin Salvant is at Bozar in Brussels. Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway  are in Boston, Long Island, and Pennsylvania, where Yasmin Williams is as well as Rhode Island.

    Journal Topics: On TourWeekend Events
  • Wednesday,November 15,2023

    Yussef Dayes, who begins a US tour in Brooklyn on Thursday, has shared a live-performance video filmed in the Malibu mountains, backed by a hazy, golden-hour sunset. He and longtime collaborators Rocco Palladino, Venna, Elijah Fox, and Alexander Bourt perform thirty minutes of music from his critically lauded debut album Black Classical Music and more. You can watch it here, along with a performance of the album's title track on BBC Two’s Later… With Jools Holland from Friday.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsOn TourVideo
  • Friday,November 10,2023

    Chris Thile and Punch Brothers launch five-concert variety series at Minetta Lane Theatre in NYC. Hurray for the Riff Raff is across the East River in Brooklyn, as are Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, who also have shows in Connecticut and Albany. Sam Gendel plays a set at Rockit Festival in the Netherlands, as does Cécile McLorin Salvant, who is also in Austria. Rhiannon Giddens and Silkroad Ensemble tour California; Omar, her Pulitzer Prize–winning opera with Michael Abels, is at SF Opera. Richard Goode gives a solo recital in St. Paul. Mary Halvorson goes to Guimarães, Portugal. Tigran Hamasyan performs in Riga. Kronos Quartet is in DC. The Magnetic Fields is in Rouen and Paris. Brad Mehldau is in Beaverton, Berkeley, and Boise. Natalie Merchant is in Bath. Mandy Patinkin leads a London residency. Vagabon is in Glasgow and Leeds with Weyes Blood. Yasmin Williams is in Chicago and Grand Rapids.

    Journal Topics: On TourWeekend Events
  • Thursday,November 9,2023

    Hurray for the Riff Raff (aka Alynda Segarra)'s new album, The Past Is Still Alive, is due February 23 on Nonesuch. Segarra created the album during a period of personal grief, when they found inspiration in radical poetry, railroad culture, outsider art, the work of writer Eileen Myles, and activist groups like ACT UP and Gran Fury. They use their lyrics as a way to immortalize and say goodbye to those they have loved and lost, and to honor both the heartbroken and the hopeful parts of themselves. Though made in North Carolina by the Bronx-born, New Orleans-based Segarra and produced by Brad Cook, the record brings listeners to places far beyond, evoking vivid experiences of small shops and buffalo stampedes in Santa Fe, childhood road trips and Florida storms, struggles of addiction in the Lower East Side, and days-long journeys to outrun the cops in Nebraska. Hurray for the Riff Raff will lead a headline tour of the US and Europe from February through May.

    Journal Topics: Album ReleaseArtist NewsOn TourVideo
  • Friday,November 3,2023

    Kronos Quartet is joined by Laurie Anderson, Attacca Quartet, Sō Percussion, and others to celebrate its 50th anniversary at Carnegie Hall, then heads to Halifax. Sam Amidon is in Clonakilty, Ireland. Timo Andres performs Philip Glass in Chicago. Jeremy Denk is in DC. Rhiannon Giddens joins Silkroad Ensemble in Fairfax, VA. Tigran Hamasyan is in Italy and Spain, where The Magnetic Fields launch a European tour. Natalie Merchant is in London and Glasgow. Vagabon is in Milan and Lausanne with Weyes Blood. Yasmin Williams begins her tour with Valerie June, Rachael Davis, and Thao in Saxapahaw, NC.

    Journal Topics: On TourWeekend Events
  • Friday,October 27,2023

    John Adams conducts the European premiere of his opera Antony & Cleopatra in Barcelona starring Julia Bullock and Gerald Finley. Cécile McLorin Salvant takes her antipodean tour to Melbourne. Michelle Branch is in New Orleans. Mary Halvorson is in Luxembourg and Geneva. Ben LaMar Gay is at Public Records in Brooklyn. The Magnetic Fields' Stephin Merritt pays tribute to Sinéad O’Connor at City Winery in NYC. Sarah Kirkland Snider's Mass for the Endangered is performed in Dallas. Chris Thile and The Knights perform his new piece in Worcester and Ithaca. Vagabon is in Philadelphia, Connecticut, and DC.

    Journal Topics: On TourWeekend Events
  • Friday,October 20,2023

    Vagabon kicks off a North American tour in Chicago, Detroit, and Toronto. Ambrose Akinmusire and his Owl Song Trio—Bill Frisell, Herlin Riley—are in Carmel, IN. Sam Amidon is in Stroud, England. Michelle Branch is in Las Vegas. Richard Goode performs in Perth, Scotland. Mary Halvorson is in North Macedonia and in Germany, where Tigran Hamasyan tours as well. Hurray for the Riff Raff performs in Tulsa for the Bob Dylan Center. Gabriel Kahane and Attacca Quartet are at UCLA. Kronos Quartet performs at the Barbican in London. Mandy Patinkin is in New Brunswick, NJ. Sarah Kirkland Snider's Mass for the Endangered is performed in Oslo. Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway tour Colorado. Yasmin Williams is in Hot Springs, VA.

    Journal Topics: On TourWeekend Events
  • Tuesday,October 10,2023

    "Sorry I Haven’t Called was worth the wait, and another cool stylistic leap," Talkhouse host Josh Modell says of the new album from Vagabon (aka Lætitia Tamko), who talks with Jaboukie on the show. “Sorry I Haven’t Called, which was partly produced by former Vampire Weekend guy Rostam, takes things even a step further, with an eye toward something even bigger and bolder. And even though the songs were inspired by a dark time in Tamko’s life, they turned out incredibly buoyant and upbeat.” You can hear the episode here.

    Journal Topics: Artist NewsOn TourPodcast

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