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He'll Retune Your Living Room

Psychoacoustic engineers like Chris Kyriakakis work to perfect the way music sounds in imperfect environments as diverse as symphony halls, your living room and your ears.
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David Byrne Finds A Disco Muse In Imelda Marcos

A version of the disgraced former first lady of the Philippines serves as the central character of Byrne's first foray into musical theater.
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Shawn Colvin: "Diamond in the Rough" (Rebroadcast)

Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Shawn Colvin describes her determination to make a life in music since the age of 10.

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Santigold: 'Blown Away' By Fela Kuti

Singer Santi White says her father steered her artistic development by introducing her to the music of Nigerian Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti at a young age.
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The Cleveland Youth Orchestra: On The Road In Mozart's Hometown

The young ensemble associated with the famed Cleveland Orchestra makes its first trip abroad.
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Plans For 'Chuck Brown Park' Move Forward

Plans to honor D.C. music legend and "Godfather of Go-Go" Chuck Brown with a park in his name are coming to fruition, after D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray submitted legislation to the D.C. Council do to just that.

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