With Special Guests Rita Dove and Thalea Quartet
The acclaimed pianist presents a kaleidoscopic evening of music and poetry inspired by myriad stories of migration and transformation, joined in special-guest appearances by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Rita Dove and by the vibrant and innovative Thalea Quartet.
With Margaret Glaspy
With his sophomore album Shape & Destroy, the Nashville-based artist documents his experience maintaining sobriety and finally facing the demons that led him to drug abuse in the first place.
With Ally Venable
Hailed as one of the defining blues voices of his generation, the GRAMMY-nominated artist showcases one-of-a-kind guitar and vocal skills on his second album, 662, featuring songs that reflect on his experiences in and away from his home in the Mississippi Delta.
On their third album Fish Pond Fish, the acclaimed folk quartet uses nature as a looking glass for the here and now, taking us into gardens, orchard rows, down to the ocean floor, and under stars.
The unlikely partnership between acoustic guitar pioneer Leo Kottke and Phish bassist Mike Gordon continues with the long-awaited Noon, their first new album in 15 years and a singular collaboration from two of the most accomplished and idiosyncratic instrumentalists in American music.
Lester Green, piano
In this recital with piano maestro Lester Green, the bass-baritone grounds his program in the ordinarium of the Roman Catholic Mass, juxtaposing the music of Bach with contemporary settings by Caroline Shaw, Tyshawn Sorey, and others.
Jayanthi Kumaresh, veena, and Kala Ramnath, Carnatic violin
The tabla maestro known for fostering musical dialogues between Hindustani (North Indian) and Carnatic (South Indian) music pays homage to this spirit by leading a trio of Indian classical music virtuosos.
Michelle Cann, piano
The pianist pays tribute to virtuosic jazz pianist Hazel Scott along with other female, Black, classically trained pianists and composers of Scott’s time including Florence Price and Margaret Bonds.