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Review: ‘Seth MacFarlane and The Great American Songbook’ with NSO at...

Like many people my age, I've been a fan of Seth MacFarlane's work for some time. Creator of hugely successful shows Family Guy and...

Calmus at The Barns at Wolf Trap

I had the pleasure of hearing the entrancing a capella vocals of the German quintet, Calmus, at the Barns of Wolf Trap last night. Anja...

‘American Moor’ at Anacostia Playhouse

As I walked into the cool confines of the Anacostia Playhouse, I was greeted by soft, far-upstage lighting that gently illuminated the sole performer,...

‘Candide’ with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore

The musical inventiveness and dramatic craziness of one of Leonard Bernstein’s most challenging pieces of all, his 1956 musical Candide, must flow right through...

‘From Moscow to Hollywood: Songs from the Movies” at Russian Chamber...

Even today, a trip from Moscow to Hollywood is not one to be taken on the spur of the moment. What must it have...

DCMTA Scene Stealers-Week Ending March 31, 2015 Part 1

Here is Part 1 of our favorite 'Scene Stealers' in March 2015. Congrats to our honorees! ______ Alex Alburqueque, as Leporello, in Don Giovanni at The In...

The President’s Own United States Marine Band: ‘Time Capsule 1945: The...

The main emotion I felt last night at Strathmore, while I watched The President’s Own United States Marine Band, was pride. These very talented musicians...

‘The Magic Flute – Impempe Yomlingo’ by the Isango Ensemble at...

The South African Isango Ensemble makes a joyful noise with soaring, full of life signature flair performing catchy rhythms, and singing beautiful melodies fusing...

An Interview with Moses Kamai Director of The Northern Virginia Ukulele...

Moses Kamai is the Director and Organizer of the Northern Virginia Ukulele Society, for the past 5 and a half years in Reston, Virginia. He organizes, plans, teaches,...

Washington National Opera: American Opera Initiative: ‘An American Soldier’

Washington National Opera continues their new project the American Opera Initiative with An American Soldier, with music by Huang Ruo and libretto by David...

‘Don Giovanni’ at The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music at...

Mozart is said to be especially good for younger singers and I myself have heard more than one teacher cite his music as a...

‘Moby-Dick’ at Washington National Opera by Jessica Vaughan

Board the Pequod for the East coast premier of Moby-Dick­, a new, dynamic opera from composer Jackie Heggie and his frequent collaborator, librettist Gene...

An Interview with Eric Greene, Talise Trevigne, and Matthew Worth on...

Jake Heggie’s whale of an opera, Moby-Dick, makes its east coast premiere at The Kennedy Center this evening at the Washington National Opera. Based...

‘The Tallest Tree in the Forest’ at Arena Stage by David...

The epic journey of the civil rights movement, the political struggles of the times, and the fruitless hatred of humankind towards those they do...

Russian Chamber Art Society Ensemble: Russian Bel Canto at the...

On Friday evening, the Russian Chamber Art Society, led by Artistic Director Vera Danchenko-Stern, presented Russian Bel Canto, a lovely concert of Russian vocal...

The Washington Chorus presents Benjamin Britten’s ‘War Requiem’ by Emily Cao

The Washington Chorus opened its 53rd season with heavy fare in Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem, celebrating the British composer’s 100th Anniversary and showcasing the talents of...

‘RENT School Edition’ at McLean High School Theatre Company by Yvonne...

"Awesome." If there is one word to sum up McLean High School Theatre Company's production  of RENT School Edition it is awesome, according to audience member...

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