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‘The Voice of Anne Frank’ by Miřenka Čechová at Atlas Performing...

Yesterday, Miřenka Čechová, the acclaimed author of physical theater, actor, dancer, choreographer, and director from the Czech Republic, returned to DC for a one night-only...

‘Mozart and Friends’ at The National Chamber Ensemble by J.M. Greig

The National Chamber Ensemble opened its ninth season in style at the Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre on Saturday with a program entitled Mozart and Friends....

National Symphony Orchestra, ‘Mahler Explored’ With Christoph Eschenbach, Conductor and Leonidas...

Last night at The Kennedy Center Concert Hall marked a special evening for all – conductor, players, and audience alike. The audience, foremost, was treated...

Kafka’s ‘Metamorphosis’ by Alliance for New Music-Theatre at Trinidad Theatre (Capital...

Lovers of 20th century literature know Kafka and his darkly dangerous worlds of angst and hopelessness. And they know Metamorphosis, it's tale of the demise...

The Czech Philharmonic at George Mason University’s Center for the Arts

Sometimes there’s reason to doubt why a symphony orchestra needs all those violins. Many of the labor disputes that are running around the country’s...

The Ying Quartet at the Kreeger Museum

No type of ensemble works harder these days than string quartets to make classical music “cool” and relevant. From hip, funky websites to innovative...

National Symphony Orchestra Eighty-Fourth Season Opening Ball Concert at The Kennedy...

Last night the National Symphony Orchestra debuted its eighty-forth season in The Kennedy Center’s Concert Hall, one of the most anticipated musical events of...

‘Enter Ophelia, distracted’ at Taffety Punk Theatre Company

The madness and subsequent suicide of Ophelia is one of the most famous scenes from one of the most famous Shakespearean tragedies. It is...

‘Pocket Opera x2: ‘The Spirits & The Heart’ at The In...

The In Series has launched another unique and intimate production of two very different operas, Puccini’s Le Villi  and Heart of Madrid, which explores the zarzuela or light...

Washington Performing Arts Society Presents: ‘The Sphinx Virtuosi’ at The Kennedy...

Washington Performing Arts Society kicked off their Virtuoso Series on Thursday evening with a delightful performance by the Sphinx Virtuosi, whose eighteen highly polished...

‘The Kronos Quartet 40th Anniversary’ at Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center...

I never expect less than the finest performances from the the Kronos Quartet. The Quartet presented yet another outstanding demonstration of their virtuosity at...

The National Chamber Ensemble at The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage by...

The National Chamber Ensemble made its debut at the Kennedy Center on Thursday, September 26, 2013 with a wonderful and well-performed concert that delighted a...

‘America the Beautiful,’ With the National Symphony Orchestra at Wolf Trap...

America the Beautiful by the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by the earnest and lively American conductor Emil de Cou soared at Wolf Trap. First of...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Songs From An Unmade Bed’ by Keith Tittermary

According to the program notes: “In 2005, lyricist Mark Campbell asked 18 different composers to put music to his portrait of a smart, resilient, wry,...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘In Search of the Perfect G-String’ by Keith...

  NSO Cellist Yvonne Caruthers has over 30 years of service as a “soldier of music” and used her life and her experience as the...

2013 Capital Fringe Festival Show Preview: ‘In Search of the Perfect...

When asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” how many kids say, “I want to play the cello in a...

National Chamber Ensemble presents ‘The Three B’s: Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms’...

I really like the National Chamber Ensemble, the adventuresome and enjoyable programs they present, and the talented and friendly musicians who make up this...

‘Inside the Music’: An Interview with National Chamber Ensemble Artistic Director...

One of the things I love the most about living in the Washington, D.C. area is that the music never ends, nor does the...

‘The Art of the African-American Spiritual’ at National Chamber Ensemble by...

The National Chamber Ensemble presented The Art of the African-American Spritual at Artisphere on Saturday evening. It was a delightful concert with talent abounding,...

‘Roméo et Juliette’ at Catholic University by Terry Byrne

Budding love that is “star-crossed” with budding artistry is the magic potion that should move fine-arts lovers to flee their houses and partake in...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ