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Boston Symphony Orchestra. Colin Davis conducts Stephen Bishop in works by Dvorak, Stravinsky, and Tippett, Symphony Hall, Feb. 15 at 8:30.

Munich Chamber Orchestra. Jordan Hall, Feb. 11 at 8:30, $2-$4.

Piano-Violin Concert. Works by Mozart, Webern, and Debussey will be performed. Holmes Living Room. Feb. 13 at 8. Free.

An Afternoon with Black Music. Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Feb. 13 at 3, $1.50.

Worlds, A new jazz group. Lowell House JCR. Feb. 11 at 8:30. $1.50.

Houston Stackhouse, Hacksaw Harney. Two Memphis bluesmen will show what it's all about. Freshman Union. Feb. 13 at 3. $2.50.

Steve Goodman, Paul Geremin. Good folk music returns to the Square. Passim's, Feb. 10-13.

Bo Diddley. The giant of rock and roll is back in town. K-K-Katy's. Feb. 7-13.

The Everly Brothers. How could you ever forget them. Lennie's on the Pike. Rt. 1, Danvers. Feb. 7-13.

Herbie Mann. The great jazz flutist. Paul's Mall. Feb. 14-20.

Bonnie Raitt. Yes, you can go to Radcliffe and become a star too. Northeastern U., Cabot Gym. Feb. 12 at 8 and 10:15, $2.50.

Carly Simon. In case your tastes run toward palatable pop. Symphony Hall. Feb. 11 at 8.

Kris Kristofferson. Lennie's on the Pike, Rt. 1. Danvers. Feb. 16-20.

Multi-Media Concert. King's Chapel, Boston, Feb. 11 at 11 p.m. Free.

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