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Bon Iver to Join Up with The National for 'Invisible Bridge' Concert This Fall

Justin Vernon of indie-folk fixture Bon Iver will join forces this fall with The National's Bryce Dessner for a special concert engagement called 'Invisible Bridge.' Dessner is curating the affair to take place September 25 at Philharmonie de Paris.

Bon Iver's Justin Vernon To Curate Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival With The National's Aaron Dessner

Back in October, Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon announced that he would be launching the Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival in his hometown of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and today (Dec. 17), it was revealed that Vernon will be curating the festival ...

Bryce Dessner, The Knights, Bang on a Can All-Stars, Wordless Music Orchestra to Perform at Brookfield Place Winter Garden for New Sounds Live October 14-16

Classicalite favorite The National’s Bryce Dessner is back at it again. This time with The Knights, Bang on a Can All-Stars and the world premiere of Mike Oldfield's Tubular as part of New Sounds Live, a free, three-night series at Brookfield Place ...

The Kids Could Be Alright: Classical Music Should Appreciate Its Forefathers

Where the status of classical music is subject to a much-heated debate among listeners, it should be noted that someone, somewhere, is still appreciating and contributing to the classical zeitgeist.

WATCH: Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood Debuts New Single, "Skip Loop," For London Audience [VIDEO]

Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood surprised concertgoers at Roundhouse in London Tuesday night when he played a new song called "Skip Loop."

7 Rock Stars Who Also Write Classical Music: Paul McCartney, Frank Zappa, And More

I once had a teacher who said that if you understand classical music, you wouldn't listen to anything else. That's obviously a wild exaggeration and completely pompous, and as these seven musicians proved, it is completely possible to love both ...

Indie Classicalites from Radiohead, Arcade Fire, Punch Bros. (Not Andrea Bocelli & Lindsey Stirling) are Saving the Music Industry

No, classical music isn't dead. In fact, classical music has become the latest vanity endeavor for most contemporary musicians.

Contemporary Music Super-Group eighth blackbird Performs 'Still In Motion' at The Kitchen in February

Three-time Grammy-winning contemporary music ensemble eighth blackbird returns with another awe-inspiring performance, Still in Motion, at one of New York City's most storied work spaces, The Kitchen.

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