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When you’re hearing jazz all-stars of a certain age bringing the heat, that’s the Cookers

The supergroup's busy concert schedule includes a pair of shows at Scullers Jazz Club on Saturday.


Igor Levit returns to the mountaintop

On Saturday night in Jordan Hall, the pianist traversed Beethoven’s final three piano sonatas.

David Lindley, ‘musician’s musician’ to the rock elite, dies at 78

An eclectic solo artist and marquee collaborator, Mr. Lindley picked and strummed his way through several seminal albums of the 1970s and '80s.


An invitation to learn more was bundled into ‘The Passion of Octavius Catto,’ and Lawrence Brownlee’s ‘Rising’ recital program

Two separate concerts presented by the BSO and Celebrity Series of Boston highlighted overlooked episodes in American history.

Pop music’s Peter Asher is the narrator of his own ‘60s adventure

The singer/producer/manager's colorful career has included friendships with the Beatles, Rolling Stones, James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Marianne Faithfull, and many more. He'll be sharing plenty of anecdotes and singing a few songs at upcoming appearances in Plainville and Portsmouth, N.H.


BSO amplifying ‘Voices of Loss, Reckoning, and Hope’ with March festival

The coming weeks at Symphony Hall will feature music by living American composers that openly confronts racism and gender discrimination.

Weyes Blood examines contemporary life in times of crisis

Natalie Mering, the 34-year-old singer-songwriter known as Weyes Blood, spoke with the Globe about making music that taps into communal experience, finding newness in her process, and looking toward the future.


Zac Brown Band will headline concert to mark Boston Marathon bombing 10th anniversary

The Greg Hill Foundation’s event will benefit Boston Marathon bombing survivors