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Recorded in 1965, the album captures a pivotal stage in the saxophonist’s transition into jazz expressionism
Idlewild has long been a haven for African Americans. Now a new generation is fighting to save its legacy
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An extraordinary restoration project on a tiny Greek island casts waste in a whole new light
This high-quality disc celebrating the Russian composer turning 90 features three of her late-period scores
Traditional Italian songs stand alongside original compositions referencing Greek myth and refugees
A newly translated collection of poetry by a writer revered in her native India offers a sense of sisterhood
There are moments of wit and insight amid a stampede of stars, knowing Gallic clichés and familiar directorial devices
Black gunslingers trade bullets and one-liners in Jeymes Samuel’s film
Adaptation of the Broadway show about a friendless boy is at its best when mining the story’s dark comedy
This extensive exhibition traces how a manifesto to reject reason was embraced worldwide, yet produced remarkably similar results
Prima ballerina celebrates 40 years with the Royal Ballet. Plus: Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet double bill
The singer’s break from touring has yielded an eclectic series of collaborations and his first number single since 2005
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Denis Villeneuve brings verve to the multiplex with his grandiose, sappy and flawed but also mesmeric sci-fi epic