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National Symphony Orchestra with Violinist Arabella Steinbacher at The Kennedy Center

It’s almost a cliché to sit smugly in a 21st century theater or concert hall enjoying a work that some original critic destroyed to his...

The Moscow Ballet’s ‘Great Russian Nutcracker’ at George Mason University’s Center...

Be prepared to be dazzled. When this reviewer spotted hundreds of young children, mostly girls 3 to 16 in pretty party dresses, swarming through the...

NSO Pops: ‘Happy Holidays! Cirque de la Symphonie’ at The Kennedy...

It seems DC is on the nice list this year. From classics (See: Olney) to new inventions (See: Pointless), there really is something for everyone...

‘Tchaikovsky is Forever: Operatic Arias and Romances’ at The Embassy of...

Say “Tchaikovsky,” and as Christmas creeps ever closer, be it excitingly or inexorably, visions of sugar plums, graceful ballerinas in sparkles and white tulle,...

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...

An Interview With Washington, DC Piano Sensation Thomas Pandolfi About Classical...

If Thomas Pandolfi hasn’t done all that a pianist can do to present an exceptionally broad range of music to an engaged public, he...

Dramatic Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto Opens the McLean Orchestra Concert Season

A number of orchestras and ensembles in the Washington suburbs are looking to graduate from pure local or community status to regional recognition. There’s...

Final 2 Performances Today at 2:30 & 8 PM for ‘An...

You have two more chances today at 2:30 PM and 8 PM to see the critically acclaimed An Evening with Danny Kaye starring Helen Hayes Award...

‘An Evening with Danny Kaye’ at The American Century Theater

Brian Childers IS the exact personification of Danny Kaye in the wonderfully amusing and slightly manic current production at The American Century Theater (TACT),...

‘Sleeping Beauty: A Puppet Ballet’ at Pointless Theatre Co. at Mead...

Have you ever thought that the ballet needed more puppets? Or is it just me? For those of us troubled by this glaring oversight,...

Mariinsky Ballet’s ‘Swan Lake’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

Swooning over the first “Swan” Like those fabled swallows renowned for returning to Capistrano each spring, swans settle regularly in our area this time of...

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...

Pointless Theatre Announces Its 2013-2014 Season by Scott Whalen

Pointless Theatre Announces 2013-2014 Season Pointless Theatre, DC’s premiere puppet company, announces its 2013-2014 season, featuring new adaptations of two previous productions from Pointless:Cab Calloway’s...

Matthew Bourne’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

Bourne takes a big bite out of ballet tradition in his Gothic Fairy Tale ‘Sleeping Beauty.’ There are many descriptive words to describe Matthew Bourne’s...

Suzanne Farrell Ballet at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

Farrell gets good times rolling at The Kennedy Center Hold onto your hat and step lively. The ballet season at The Kennedy Center finally gets...

‘National Symphony Orchestra Season Opening Ball Concert’ featuring Yo-Yo Ma, Christoph...

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...

‘NSO@Wolf Trap 1812 Orchestra and More!’ by Jessica Vaughan

On a perfect summer evening, the National Symphony Orchestra took on two Russians – Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff – during their popular NSO@Wolf Trap Summer...

‘New York City Ballet Program B’ at The Kennedy Center by...

New York City Ballet knocks it out of the park again with an elegant, exciting, contemporary performance for New York City Ballet Program B...

‘New York City Ballet Program A’ at The Kennedy Center by...

A full house at the gorgeous Kennedy Center Opera House anxiously awaited the opening of New York City Ballet Program A tonight. Tchaikovsky's unbeatable...

The Moscow Ballet’s ‘The Great Russian Nutcracker’ at George Mason U.’s...

Getting dressed up and then bundled up to venture out into the weather to see The Nutcracker with family, friends ,or a date during...

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