Bob Belden, Jazz Saxophonist and Historian of the Music, Dies at 58

Mr. Belden, a musician, composer, arranger, bandleader and record producer, was part reformist and part conservationist in the world of jazz.







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Review: Children’s Orchestra Society Discovery Concert Features Two Soloists

A 12-year-old pianist (who also plays violin) and a double bassist who is in high school performed solos at the 21st Discovery Concert on Wednesday.







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Classical & Opera Listings for May 22-28

A critical guide to performances of classical music in the New York City area.







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Review: The Who Celebrates 50 Years Together by Going on Tour

“The Who Hits 50,” its anniversary tour, came to the Nassau Coliseum, with Pete Townshend’s guitar reminding us what made the band great.







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Bruce Lundvall, Who Revived Blue Note, Dies at 79

Mr. Lundvall, who led Blue Note for 25 years, added some of the greatest jazz musicians of the age to the label while expanding its success into other genres with artists like Willie Nelson, Al Green and Norah Jones.







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Review: Ufomammut Slowly Glides From Riff to Riff, at Saint Vitus

Ufomammut, a slow and sure Italian power trio, focused more on its early songs than works from its new album, “Ecate,” during its New York City debut.







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