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What’s on TV Saturday by ALEC M. PRIESTER


By ALEC M. PRIESTER

Television highlights.

Published: March 28, 2015 at 12:00AM

Christopher Sabec

John Renbourn, Eclectic Guitarist Who Founded the Pentangle, Dies at 70 by JON PARELES


By JON PARELES

As part of the folk-jazz group Pentangle, Mr. Renbourn played Carnegie Hall and opened for the Grateful Dead; he was also a scholar of medieval music.

Published: March 29, 2015 at 12:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Sally Forrest, 86, Actress in 1940s and ’50s Film Musicals and Dramas by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Ms. Forrest appeared in movies like Fritz Lang’s “While the City Sleeps.” and Ida Lupino’s “Not Wanted.”

Published: March 29, 2015 at 12:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Review: Bach Passions in New York by JAMES R. OESTREICH


By JAMES R. OESTREICH

It’s spring, and that means several choirs are performing the popular works, though this year the activity is minimal.

Published: March 28, 2015 at 12:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Review: São Paulo State Youth Orchestra Saves Razzle-Dazzle for the End by JAMES R. OESTREICH


By JAMES R. OESTREICH

The ensemble performed works by Villa-Lobos, Beethoven and others at Alice Tully Hall, letting down its hair in some colorful encores.

Published: March 28, 2015 at 12:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Review: Shaina Taub, Prolific Earth Mother, and Friends by STEPHEN HOLDEN


By STEPHEN HOLDEN

The singer-songwriter Shaina Taub deployed a musical army in her American Songbook concert, performing her distinctive blend of Broadway-oriented pop and gospel.

Published: March 28, 2015 at 12:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Review: In ‘Flexn,’ Street Dance Gets a Grand Stage by SIOBHAN BURKE


By SIOBHAN BURKE

The Brooklyn street-dance form known as flex gets a show of grand proportions at the Park Avenue Armory.

Published: March 28, 2015 at 12:00AM

Christopher Sabec