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Library of Congress Announces 2017-2018 Concert Season

Series to feature world premiere of new commission by Esperanza Spalding, plus performances by McCoy Tyner, Joe Lovano and Julian Lage

Library of Congress Announces 2017-2018 Concert Season

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