Nonesuch Events for the Weekend of February 3–5

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This Grammy Awards weekend, in which Nonesuch recordings are nominated for 15 awards, Best New Artist nominee Molly Tuttle performs at the MusiCares Persons of the Year tribute and The Black Keys DJ in LA. Sam Amidon joins Bonny Light Horseman in Leeds. Julia Bullock is in Miami. Jeremy Denk performs in NYC. Gabriel Kahane joins SF Symphony. Makaya McCraven performs In These Times in Nashville. Brad Mehldau is in Tokyo. Mandy Patinkin is in Wilmington. Joshua Redman joins Ambrose Akinmusire at SFJAZZ. Caroline Shaw and Sō Percussion perform Let the Soil Play Its Simple Part in Philadelphia and NYC. Chris Thile shares Laysongs in Grand Rapids.

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This Grammy Awards weekend, Nonesuch recordings are nominated for 15 awards: Molly Tuttle for Best New Artist and Best Bluegrass Album for Crooked Tree with Golden Highway; The Black Keys for Best Rock Album for Dropout Boogie and Best Rock Performance for "Wild Child"; Dan Auerbach for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical; Cécile McLorin Salvant for Best Jazz Vocal Album for Ghost SongLongGone for Best Instrumental Album; Brad Mehldau's Jacob's Ladder for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album; Punch Brothers' Hell on Church Street for Best Folk Album; Caroline Shaw & Attacca Quartet's Evergreen for Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance; Taj Mahal & Ry Cooder's GET ON BOARD for Best Traditional Blues Album; Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (20th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition) for Best Historical Album and Best Album Notes for Bob Mehr; and Astor Piazzolla: The American Clavé Recordings for Best Album Notes for Fernando González.

A number of the nominated artists are in Los Angeles for Sunday’s awards ceremony, including Molly Tuttle, who performs at the MusiCares Persons of the Year tribute honoring Berry Gordy & Smokey Robinson at the Los Angeles Convention Center tonight and the Americanafest Pre-Grammy Salute to Lucinda Williams at The Troubadour on Saturday. You can watch the latter event streaming live via Mandolin.

The Black Keys are in town as well and spin records in a DJ set at Gold Diggers tonight to celebrate the release of The Arcs new album.

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Nonesuch artists are making great live music both in the US and around the world this weekend, including Sam Amidon, who joins Bonny Light Horseman as their special guest in a sold-out show at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds, England, on Saturday. Amidon and the band continue their UK tour together with shows in Manchester and London next week.

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Julia Bullock—who was featured in a Los Angeles Times piece titled “How Julia Bullock Became an Essential Soprano for Our Times,” ahead of her performance in John Adams’ Girls of the Golden West with the Los Angeles Philharmonic last weekend—joins fellow soprano Louise Toppin and pianist Christian Reif for a performance of 1930s jazz and blues at New World Symphony’s Truist Pavilion in Miami tonight.

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Jeremy Denk gives a solo recital at Washington Irving High School in New York City on Saturday as part of the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts. On the program are works by Bach, Schubert, Joplin, Rzewski, Beethoven, and more.

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Gabriel Kahane joins the San Francisco Symphony and conductor Edwin Outwater for a performance of his piece emergency shelter intake at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco tonight.

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Makaya McCraven is at Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville on Sunday to perform music from his new album, In These Times. In These Times, released in September on International Anthem / Nonesuch / XL Recordings, made several year's best album lists, including those of Pitchfork ("a high-water mark for [his] technique"), NPR Music's Nate Chinen ("the culmination of a years-long experiment in groove ... just might be Makaya McCraven's manifesto"), and Treble ("McCraven's masterwork").

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Brad Mehldau is on tour in Japan, performing three concerts in Tokyo this weekend. He is at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall: Takemitsu Memorial tonight and Sunday, joined for the latter performance by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. On Saturday, he performs at Kioi Hall.

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Mandy Patinkin continues his Being Alive tour with pianist Adam Ben-David at Playhouse on Rodney Square in Wilmington, Delaware on Saturday. The concert is a collection of many of Patinkin’s favorite Broadway and classic American tunes, from Irving Berlin and Cole Porter to Stephen Sondheim and Harry Chapin.

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Joshua Redman performs at SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium in San Francisco tonight as special guest of the Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet. It’s part of a series of concerts programmed by Akinmusire as SFJAZZ Resident Artistic Director.

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Caroline Shaw and Sō Percussion continue their tour, performing music from their 2021 album, Let the Soil Play Its Simple Part, with concerts at Zellerbach Theatre in Philadelphia tonight and at 92Y’s Kaufmann Concert Hall in New York City on Saturday.

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Chris Thile performs music from his 2021 solo album, Laysongs, and more at St. Cecilia Music Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Sunday.

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Weekend Events: February 3, 2023
  • Friday, February 3, 2023
    Nonesuch Events for the Weekend of February 3–5

    This Grammy Awards weekend, Nonesuch recordings are nominated for 15 awards: Molly Tuttle for Best New Artist and Best Bluegrass Album for Crooked Tree with Golden Highway; The Black Keys for Best Rock Album for Dropout Boogie and Best Rock Performance for "Wild Child"; Dan Auerbach for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical; Cécile McLorin Salvant for Best Jazz Vocal Album for Ghost SongLongGone for Best Instrumental Album; Brad Mehldau's Jacob's Ladder for Best Contemporary Instrumental Album; Punch Brothers' Hell on Church Street for Best Folk Album; Caroline Shaw & Attacca Quartet's Evergreen for Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance; Taj Mahal & Ry Cooder's GET ON BOARD for Best Traditional Blues Album; Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (20th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition) for Best Historical Album and Best Album Notes for Bob Mehr; and Astor Piazzolla: The American Clavé Recordings for Best Album Notes for Fernando González.

    A number of the nominated artists are in Los Angeles for Sunday’s awards ceremony, including Molly Tuttle, who performs at the MusiCares Persons of the Year tribute honoring Berry Gordy & Smokey Robinson at the Los Angeles Convention Center tonight and the Americanafest Pre-Grammy Salute to Lucinda Williams at The Troubadour on Saturday. You can watch the latter event streaming live via Mandolin.

    The Black Keys are in town as well and spin records in a DJ set at Gold Diggers tonight to celebrate the release of The Arcs new album.

    ---

    Nonesuch artists are making great live music both in the US and around the world this weekend, including Sam Amidon, who joins Bonny Light Horseman as their special guest in a sold-out show at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds, England, on Saturday. Amidon and the band continue their UK tour together with shows in Manchester and London next week.

    ---

    Julia Bullock—who was featured in a Los Angeles Times piece titled “How Julia Bullock Became an Essential Soprano for Our Times,” ahead of her performance in John Adams’ Girls of the Golden West with the Los Angeles Philharmonic last weekend—joins fellow soprano Louise Toppin and pianist Christian Reif for a performance of 1930s jazz and blues at New World Symphony’s Truist Pavilion in Miami tonight.

    ---

    Jeremy Denk gives a solo recital at Washington Irving High School in New York City on Saturday as part of the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts. On the program are works by Bach, Schubert, Joplin, Rzewski, Beethoven, and more.

    ---

    Gabriel Kahane joins the San Francisco Symphony and conductor Edwin Outwater for a performance of his piece emergency shelter intake at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco tonight.

    ---

    Makaya McCraven is at Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville on Sunday to perform music from his new album, In These Times. In These Times, released in September on International Anthem / Nonesuch / XL Recordings, made several year's best album lists, including those of Pitchfork ("a high-water mark for [his] technique"), NPR Music's Nate Chinen ("the culmination of a years-long experiment in groove ... just might be Makaya McCraven's manifesto"), and Treble ("McCraven's masterwork").

    ---

    Brad Mehldau is on tour in Japan, performing three concerts in Tokyo this weekend. He is at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall: Takemitsu Memorial tonight and Sunday, joined for the latter performance by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. On Saturday, he performs at Kioi Hall.

    ---

    Mandy Patinkin continues his Being Alive tour with pianist Adam Ben-David at Playhouse on Rodney Square in Wilmington, Delaware on Saturday. The concert is a collection of many of Patinkin’s favorite Broadway and classic American tunes, from Irving Berlin and Cole Porter to Stephen Sondheim and Harry Chapin.

    ---

    Joshua Redman performs at SFJAZZ Center’s Miner Auditorium in San Francisco tonight as special guest of the Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet. It’s part of a series of concerts programmed by Akinmusire as SFJAZZ Resident Artistic Director.

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    Caroline Shaw and Sō Percussion continue their tour, performing music from their 2021 album, Let the Soil Play Its Simple Part, with concerts at Zellerbach Theatre in Philadelphia tonight and at 92Y’s Kaufmann Concert Hall in New York City on Saturday.

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    Chris Thile performs music from his 2021 solo album, Laysongs, and more at St. Cecilia Music Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Sunday.

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