Since the late Justice Harry Blackmun launched it in 1988, the now-annual Supreme Court musicale has been a fixture on the Court’s calendar, offering a brief respite before the spring crunch is in full swing.

The likes of Bobby Short, Denyce Graves, Michael Feinstein and Marian McPartland have entertained for toe-tapping justices and their guests, and the concerts have been aired later on National Public Radio. It’s a sought-after gig that the artists point to on their r�sum�s for years.

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