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Season 2 Episode 5 | 30s

Renowned jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman performs songs from his new album, where are we, as he explores the myths and realities of life in America. He is accompanied on this journey by soulful vocalist Gabrielle Cavassa and an all-star ensemble featuring Aaron Parks (piano), Joe Sanders (bass), and Brian Blade (drums).

Extras
In the days following the murder of George Floyd, Joshua Redman wrote "After Minneapolis."
See an entirely new interpretation of Bruce Springsteen's "Streets of Philadelphia."
Ben Folds invites Jacob Collier, Laufey and dodie to perform with the NSO.
Jazz artist, Laufey performs her piece "From the Start" with the NSO.
Laufey, dodie, and Jacob Collier deliver the ode, "Wild Mountain Thyme."
Cynthia Erivo invites you to a musical New Year's Eve with Ben Platt, Joaquina Kalukango.
Cynthia Erivo and Joaquina Kalukango perform the Fugees’ rendition of "Killing Me Softly."
Cynthia Erivo invites you to a musical New Year's Eve with Ben Platt, Joaquina Kalukango.
Cynthia Erivo enters the New Year in style with a performance of "Nothing Compares 2 U."
Martha Redbone performs "Garden of Love" on the Kennedy Center’s Rooftop Terrace.
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Renowned jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman performs songs from his new album, where are we.
Ben Folds invites Jacob Collier, Laufey and dodie to perform with the NSO.
Cynthia Erivo invites you to a musical New Year's Eve with Ben Platt, Joaquina Kalukango.
Artists with indigenous heritage intertwine tradition with contemporary music and dance.
Robert Glasper invites friends to celebrate boundary-pushing album "Black Radio."
Jason Moran and Christian McBride perform as they elevate and uphold the jazz tradition.
Ballet Hispánico explores Evita Perón's life and diverging legacies.
Hip Hop legends The Roots perform and reach beyond the stage to mentor, inspire and learn.
The timeless work of Joni Mitchell is celebrated with an all-star lineup.
The Kennedy Center celebrates jazz icon and social activist Charles Mingus at 100.