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Violinist Tessa Lark. Photo by Kate L Photography.

Interview: Violinist Tessa Lark Discusses Her Career and Her Upcoming Performance at the Phillips Collection

Don’t just call Tessa Lark a crossover artist. The fast-rising classical violinist may also be known for playing at jazz clubs in New York and elsewhere, and for her country fiddling at bluegrass festivals. But Tessa’s Kentucky roots and her deep curiosity about world cultures feed right back into her “serious” repertoire in a way […]

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National Philharmonic: Brian Ganz Plays Chopin at Strathmore

Brian Ganz is continuing to complete his performances, and ultimately, recording of “ever single note Chopin composed.” The Ganz Project is expected to take ten years as Chopin’s ouevra contains at least 250 works. Ganz has relished the opportunity to immerse himself in what he calls the “small world” of his favorite composer. Ganz believes that the discipline […]

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La-Ti-Do Presents ‘Crossing’ Tomorrow Night-Monday, 10/14@8 as Part of ‘The Musicals of Matt Conner’ by Don Michael Mendoza

Another week of Matt Conner’s musicals at La-Ti-Do! Check out the cast of Crossing before its World Premiere at Signature Theatre this month. Also, see the fierce singer/actor Emily Levey and spoken word greats Gowri K and Bomani Armah along side our guests Ava Silva & Tara Trinity! Don’t miss out! Limited $10 tickets here. La-Ti-Do presents: […]

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‘National Symphony Orchestra Season Opening Ball Concert’ featuring Yo-Yo Ma, Christoph Eschenbach, and Cameron Carpenter at The Kennedy Center by Derek Mong

The eighty-third season of the National Symphony Orchestra kicked off with a bang on Sunday evening with a glamorous concert full of pomp and circumstance at the at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ Concert Hall, featuring legendary cellist Yo-Yo Ma, conductor Christoph Eschenbach, and organist Cameron Carpenter. With three Supreme Court […]

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