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    Nonesuch Events for the Weekend of November 8–10
    Mariana Maltoni

    Carminho continues her North American tour, featuring music from her new album, Maria, at Berklee Performance Center in Boston tonight, followed by concerts in Canada at The Royal Conservatory’s Koerner Hall in Toronto on Saturday and Théâtre Outremont in Montreal on Sunday. The tour continues in the week ahead with stops in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Alexandria.

    London Jazz News calls Maria "a beautifully realized, remarkably varied yet uniformly gorgeous album." PopMatters calls it “a testament to the power of fado as well as a stunning examination of her musical prowess.”

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    Sam Amidon performs at The Black Gate in Galway, Ireland, tonight, The Duncarin in Belfast on Saturday, and The Hope & Ruin in Brighton on Sunday. His Fatal Flower Garden EP (A Tribute to Harry Smith), due next week, is available to preorder from the Nonesuch Store with an instant download of his take on Mississippi John Hurt's “Spike Driver Blues.”

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    The Black Keys continue the second leg of their "Let's Rock" tour at PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina, tonight, and State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Saturday. “It’s all about the groove and being able to lock in to all those guitars,” Dan Auerbach tells Rolling Stone about putting together the setlist for the tour. “It’s just fun.” You can read the feature at rollingstone.com.

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    Pianist Richard Goode gives a solo recital at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall in Boston on Saturday, performing works by Bach, Chopin, Debussy, and Janáček. "The key is trying to limit yourself to perform only the pieces that will be best for you and the audience," Goode tells Grit Daily in a recent interview about repertoire selection. "Otherwise, you’re doing everyone—yourself, the composer, and the audience, a huge disservice."

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    Tigran Hamasyan is in the Netherlands this weekend: he performs solo at De Oosterpoort in Groningen on Saturday, as part of the Rockit festival, and is joined by trumpeter Mathias Eick at Verkadefabriek in 's-Hertogenbosch on Sunday.

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    Emmylou Harris is in the Southeast for shows at UNC’s Memorial Hall in Chapel Hill tonight and Atlanta Symphony Hall on Sunday.

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    Kronos Quartet performs Terry Riley’s Sun Rings at McMaster University’s L.R. Wilson Hall in Hamilton, Ontario, on Saturday and Sunday. McMaster University and Women’s Choirs join for the performances. Nonesuch recently released the first complete recording of Kronos’s groundbreaking collaboration with Riley. The Tablet calls it “unquestionably beautiful.”

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    Gaby Moreno kicks off a two-week Roots Rising! tour with Liz Vice and Matt Andersen in the Pacific Northwest this weekend, beginning in Oregon with concerts at Sessions Music Hall in Eugene tonight and Star Theater in Portland on Saturday, followed by a show at The Triple Door in Seattle on Sunday.

    ¡Spangled!, Moreno’s new album with Van Dyke Parks, is a "life-affirming collaboration,” says Metro. "Its very existence is a political statement ... joy as an act of resistance.”

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    Mandy Patinkin brings his tour to New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark tonight and Touhill Performing Arts Center in St. Louis on Sunday. Accompanied by pianist Adam Ben David, Patinkin performs music from his new album, Children and Art, and more. The album, made with pianist/producer Thomas Bartlett and released on Nonesuch last month, includes songs by Randy Newman, Laurie Anderson, Lyle Lovett, Stephen Sondheim, and Patinkin himself.

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    Rachael & Vilray bring their US tour, featuring music from their self-titled debut album, back to the state where they first met while students at New England Conservatory in Massachusetts, performing at Somerville Theatre tonight and Shea Theater in Turner Falls on Saturday. They give a sold-out show at StageOne in Fairfield, Connecticut, on Sunday. Their new album, says the New York Times, is “as cozy as it is sophisticated.”

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    The Joshua Redman Quartet—pianist Aaron Goldberg, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Gregory Hutchinson—plays Science Center Theatre in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, tonight and UCLA’s Royce Hall in Los Angeles on Sunday. The quartet plays music from Come What May, its first album in nearly two decades, released on Nonesuch in March.

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    Composer/vocalist Caroline Shaw joins fellow composer Judd Greenstein and the Ecstatic Quartet at Koncertzāle Latvija in Ventspils, Latvia, on Sunday, as part of Ecstatic Music festival. Shaw’s Orange, out now on New Amsterdam and Nonesuch Records, is “a wild and free-ranging collection of chamber pieces,” says Pitchfork. “The music of Orange exudes joy and a sense of wildness.”

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    Vagabon continues her tour of the United States as special guest of Angel Olsen with shows at Granada Theater in Dallas tonight, The Criterion in Oklahoma City on Saturday, and The Granada in Lawrence, Kansas, on Sunday. Vagabon’s self-titled sophomore album, released last month on Nonesuch, is an “indie-pop masterpiece,” says Clash, “simply captivating from start to finish.”

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    Yola continues her two-week sold-out European tour as special guest of Greta Van Fleet at Mountford Hall in Liverpool on Saturday and Rock City in Nottingham on Sunday. She was nominated for two UK Americana Awards earlier this week: UK Artist of the Year and UK Album of the Year, for her solo debut album, Walk Through Fire.

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Carminho tours Boston, Toronto, and Montreal … Sam Amidon performs in Ireland and UK … The Black Keys, Emmylou Harris are in North Carolina and Atlanta … Richard Goode performs in Boston … Tigran Hamasyan is in the Netherlands … Kronos Quartet performs Riley’s Sun Rings in Ontario … Gaby Moreno tours Pacific Northwest … Mandy Patinkin visits Newark, St. Louis … Rachael & Vilray tour New England … Joshua Redman is in LA … Caroline Shaw is in Latvia … Vagabon tours US with Angel Olsen … Yola tours UK with Greta Van Fleet …

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Carminho continues her North American tour, featuring music from her new album, Maria, at Berklee Performance Center in Boston tonight, followed by concerts in Canada at The Royal Conservatory’s Koerner Hall in Toronto on Saturday and Théâtre Outremont in Montreal on Sunday. The tour continues in the week ahead with stops in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Alexandria.

London Jazz News calls Maria "a beautifully realized, remarkably varied yet uniformly gorgeous album." PopMatters calls it “a testament to the power of fado as well as a stunning examination of her musical prowess.”

---

Sam Amidon performs at The Black Gate in Galway, Ireland, tonight, The Duncarin in Belfast on Saturday, and The Hope & Ruin in Brighton on Sunday. His Fatal Flower Garden EP (A Tribute to Harry Smith), due next week, is available to preorder from the Nonesuch Store with an instant download of his take on Mississippi John Hurt's “Spike Driver Blues.”

---

The Black Keys continue the second leg of their "Let's Rock" tour at PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina, tonight, and State Farm Arena in Atlanta on Saturday. “It’s all about the groove and being able to lock in to all those guitars,” Dan Auerbach tells Rolling Stone about putting together the setlist for the tour. “It’s just fun.” You can read the feature at rollingstone.com.

---

Pianist Richard Goode gives a solo recital at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall in Boston on Saturday, performing works by Bach, Chopin, Debussy, and Janáček. "The key is trying to limit yourself to perform only the pieces that will be best for you and the audience," Goode tells Grit Daily in a recent interview about repertoire selection. "Otherwise, you’re doing everyone—yourself, the composer, and the audience, a huge disservice."

---

Tigran Hamasyan is in the Netherlands this weekend: he performs solo at De Oosterpoort in Groningen on Saturday, as part of the Rockit festival, and is joined by trumpeter Mathias Eick at Verkadefabriek in 's-Hertogenbosch on Sunday.

---

Emmylou Harris is in the Southeast for shows at UNC’s Memorial Hall in Chapel Hill tonight and Atlanta Symphony Hall on Sunday.

---

Kronos Quartet performs Terry Riley’s Sun Rings at McMaster University’s L.R. Wilson Hall in Hamilton, Ontario, on Saturday and Sunday. McMaster University and Women’s Choirs join for the performances. Nonesuch recently released the first complete recording of Kronos’s groundbreaking collaboration with Riley. The Tablet calls it “unquestionably beautiful.”

---

Gaby Moreno kicks off a two-week Roots Rising! tour with Liz Vice and Matt Andersen in the Pacific Northwest this weekend, beginning in Oregon with concerts at Sessions Music Hall in Eugene tonight and Star Theater in Portland on Saturday, followed by a show at The Triple Door in Seattle on Sunday.

¡Spangled!, Moreno’s new album with Van Dyke Parks, is a "life-affirming collaboration,” says Metro. "Its very existence is a political statement ... joy as an act of resistance.”

---

Mandy Patinkin brings his tour to New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark tonight and Touhill Performing Arts Center in St. Louis on Sunday. Accompanied by pianist Adam Ben David, Patinkin performs music from his new album, Children and Art, and more. The album, made with pianist/producer Thomas Bartlett and released on Nonesuch last month, includes songs by Randy Newman, Laurie Anderson, Lyle Lovett, Stephen Sondheim, and Patinkin himself.

---

Rachael & Vilray bring their US tour, featuring music from their self-titled debut album, back to the state where they first met while students at New England Conservatory in Massachusetts, performing at Somerville Theatre tonight and Shea Theater in Turner Falls on Saturday. They give a sold-out show at StageOne in Fairfield, Connecticut, on Sunday. Their new album, says the New York Times, is “as cozy as it is sophisticated.”

---

The Joshua Redman Quartet—pianist Aaron Goldberg, bassist Reuben Rogers, and drummer Gregory Hutchinson—plays Science Center Theatre in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, tonight and UCLA’s Royce Hall in Los Angeles on Sunday. The quartet plays music from Come What May, its first album in nearly two decades, released on Nonesuch in March.

---

Composer/vocalist Caroline Shaw joins fellow composer Judd Greenstein and the Ecstatic Quartet at Koncertzāle Latvija in Ventspils, Latvia, on Sunday, as part of Ecstatic Music festival. Shaw’s Orange, out now on New Amsterdam and Nonesuch Records, is “a wild and free-ranging collection of chamber pieces,” says Pitchfork. “The music of Orange exudes joy and a sense of wildness.”

---

Vagabon continues her tour of the United States as special guest of Angel Olsen with shows at Granada Theater in Dallas tonight, The Criterion in Oklahoma City on Saturday, and The Granada in Lawrence, Kansas, on Sunday. Vagabon’s self-titled sophomore album, released last month on Nonesuch, is an “indie-pop masterpiece,” says Clash, “simply captivating from start to finish.”

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Yola continues her two-week sold-out European tour as special guest of Greta Van Fleet at Mountford Hall in Liverpool on Saturday and Rock City in Nottingham on Sunday. She was nominated for two UK Americana Awards earlier this week: UK Artist of the Year and UK Album of the Year, for her solo debut album, Walk Through Fire.

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