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Commemorate Armistice Day with The Washington Chorus This Sunday

This November, as Americans prepare for Thanksgiving and the start of the holiday season, arts organizations across the Washington area will commemorate a more...

Prepare for the Unexpected: An Interview with Christopher Bell, Artistic Director...

Even in Washington, DC, a town unofficially known as the choral capital of the United States, Christopher Bell stands out as a milestone hire...

Review: Verdi’s ‘Requiem’ by The National Symphony Orchestra

A nominally ecclesiastical work written by an essentially non-religious man, the Verdi Requiem has come, in the nearly century and a half since its...

Review: The Washington Chorus’ ‘A Candlelight Christmas’ at The Kennedy Center

Once the energized crowd was seated and ready, Guest Conductor Andrew Clark, (Director of coral activities at Harvard), had us all stand up for...

Wolf Trap Opera’s ‘Carmen’ With The National Symphony Orchestra

Wolf Trap Opera’s production of George Bizet’s Carmen started as a flurry of lightning bugs and lit up phones last evening. Wolf Trap revealed...

The Washington Chorus: ‘The Essential Verdi’ at The Kennedy Center

The Washington Chorus, marking the 200th anniversary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth with a series of concerts, offered the sixth on Sunday evening, with a program...

‘The Washington Chorus: A Candlelight Christmas’ at The Kennedy Center by...

The Washington Chorus, under the baton of Guest Conductor Andrew Clark, delighted a packed house at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing...

The Washington Chorus presents Benjamin Britten’s ‘War Requiem’ by Emily Cao

The Washington Chorus opened its 53rd season with heavy fare in Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem, celebrating the British composer’s 100th Anniversary and showcasing the talents of...

National Symphony Orchestra: ‘Celebrating Wagner at 200: Act III of Parsifal,...

In continuing to celebrate the bicentenary of German composer Richard Wagner, the National Symphony Orchestra, under the exceptional baton of Christoph Eschenbach, presents Act...

‘NSO Pops: ‘The Wizard and I: The Musical Journey of Stephen...

Thursday, May 16, 2013 was the opening performance of the NSO’s concert The Wizard and I: The Musical Journey of Stephen Schwartz, with four...

My Favorite Quotes From DCMTA’s 5 Star ‘Best Shows’ for December...

Here's my favorite quotes from our 5-star reviews of our 'Best Shows' for December 14-21. Here we go! (1) Christmas Gift! at Clarice Smith Performing Arts...

The Washington Chorus’ ‘A Candlelight Christmas’ at The Kennedy Center...

Engaging with the Christmas Spirit on 12/15/12, just one day after the massacre in Connecticut, in which 26 were killed - the least of...