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Psychic No. 1253. Photo by Takashi Shikama.

Dance Review: ‘Noism’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelermen

If off-the wall comedy, space-age dancing, technical wonders, and choreography that defies definition turn you on, catch tonight’s performance of choreographer/lighting designer/architect/poet Jo Kanamori’s contemporary dance troupe at the Kennedy Center. Every so often a performance rolls around that rises above the routine excellence and the predictability of the usual dance troupe. This time it came […]

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Anna Caterina Antonacci as Carmen in the Royal Opera's 2006 production. Photo by Tristram Kenton.

Anna Caterina Antonacci at The Kennedy Center by Simon Chin

If Anna Caterina Antonacci had taken a more conventional path, the Italian soprano would likely be enjoying the peak of a major international career. She possesses a remarkable vocal instrument, darkly rich in timbre yet crystalline in expression, and an electrifying stage presence. Yet while she has been rapturously received in Europe, her appearances across […]

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