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This week on Boston Public Radio, we had our inaugural cross-genre concert roundtable. If you are a true musical omnivore, you can't go wrong at any of these upcoming shows, hand-selected for you by one of our experts.

Brian McCreath will be attending these concerts. Will you?

Harry Christophers leads the Handel and Haydn Society in Bach's Magnificat
Friday, October 12
Sunday, October 14

Magnificat by Apollo Symphony Orchestra on Grooveshark

Vladimir Jurowski leads violinist Arabella Steinbacher and the Boston Symphony Orchestra in a program featuring Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto and Shostakovich's Symphony No. 4
Saturday, October 13

Allegretto poco moderato by Shostakovich on Grooveshark

Music for Food: An evening of Antonín Dvořák
Monday, November 12

Liz Pelly says don't miss these shows. For real!

Frankie Rose
Thursday, October 4

Interstellar by Frankie Rose on Grooveshark

Cloud Nothings
 (opening for Silverspun Pickups)
Wednesday, October 17

Stay Useless by Cloud Nothings on Grooveshark

Grass Widow
Sunday, November 4

Goldilocks Zone by Grass Widow on Grooveshark

Quilt (opening for the Fresh and Onlys)
 
Sunday, November 11

Cowboys In the Void by Quilt on Grooveshark

Rob Hayes likes to groove. And he says these concerts will groove.

Hailey Niswanger 
Saturday, September 29

Steve Kuhn
Thursday, October 11

A Change Of Face by Steve Kuhn on Grooveshark

Dayna Stephens Quartet (includes Julian Lage) 
Thursday, November 15

Black Narcissus by Dayna Stephens on Grooveshark