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Review: Denève Leads French and Russian Music with The Philadelphia Orchestra

The Philadelphia Orchestra concerts on the last weekend of October featured a fascinating match-up of old versus new, and conservative versus radical. It also...

Review: ‘Mason Bates’ KC Jukebox: Ravishment’ at The Kennedy Center

Virginia’s own Mason Bates is the current composer-in-residence at the Kennedy Center and now playing the second season of his collaborative KC Jukebox series....

Review: ‘1776’ at The John W. Engeman Theater in Northport, NY

This year marks the 240th anniversary of the formation of our country, and what better way to experience a taste of this magnificent history than...

Review: ‘1776’ at McLean Community Players

Who would have thought you could make a musical about something as serious as starting a revolution? Well, with music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards...

Meet the Cast of McLean Community Players’ ‘1776’: Part 1: Brent...

In Part 1 of a series of interviews with the cast of McLean Community Players' 1776, meet Brent Stone. Please introduce yourself and tell our readers where...

McLean Community Players Announces Creative Team and Cast for ‘1776’

The McLean Community Players’ production of the musical 1776, based on the events surrounding the drafting and signing of the Declaration of Independence, opens...

‘Declassified: In Motion featuring Ben Folds’ by The National Symphony Orchestra...

The National Symphony Orchestra/The Kennedy Center Declassified series, launched on Saturday with its performance of In Motion featuring Ben Folds, is a bold initiative...

Peter Hillard, Matt Boresi, and Bob Wood of UrbanArias on ‘Blue...

Introduce yourself to our readers, and tell us the kind of work that you do. Tell us a bit about UrbanArias. Wood: UrbanArias is a five-year-old...

BSO: ‘Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony’ at Strathmore

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra graced the Strathmore Music Center on Saturday night with the final and closing performance of their 2013 – 2014 subscription...

National Symphony Orchestra: NEW MOVES: symphony + dance: Thomas Wilkins, conductor;...

Last night was the first performance of the final program of The Kennedy Center’s NEW MOVES: symphony + dance festival, a two-week celebration of...

Baltimore Symphony at Strathmore: ‘Scheherazade & 1812 Overture’ by Jane Coyne

Marin Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra were given a rock star welcome by a packed house of devoted fans as they returned home...

‘1776’ at The Milburn Stone Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Somebody ought to open up a window! And let the cool, cool considerate breeze of independence waft through! The Milburn Stone Theatre is proud...

‘Shakespeare with a Twist – Revisited’ at The Greenspring Players by...

Shakespeare’s famous quote – “It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves” certainly rings true to the Greenspring Players....

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