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‘Wiley and the Hairy Man’ at Imagination Stage

Imagination Stage presents Wiley and the Hairy Man, an adventurous folktale about a boy who must face his biggest fear, with Book by Suzan...

‘The Turn of the Screw’ at Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace

Creative Cauldron presents the World Premiere of The Turn of the Screw, a musical adaptation of Henry James' novella, with Book and Lyrics written...

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...

National Chamber Ensemble’s ‘Annual Holiday Concert’

It's my favorite holiday concert and again this year I attended National Chamber Ensemble's Annual Holiday Concert on Sunday, December 14, 2014. It was one...

‘Mannheim Steamroller Christmas by Chip Davis’ at the Music Center at...

  Saturday, Mannheim Steamroller performed at Bethesda’s Music Center at Strathmore. The soldout crowd was enraptured at the matinee and Mannheim Steamroller received a standing...

‘5 Minutes with Leo Sushansky’ and National Chamber Ensemble’s Holiday Concert...

Leonid (“Leo”) Sushansky is a critically acclaimed violinist and the Artistic Director of the National Chamber Ensemble, Artisphere’s ensemble-in-residence, was interviewed by The Rosslyn...

‘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 Ying Quartet at the Kreeger Museum

No type of ensemble works harder these days than string quartets to make classical music “cool” and relevant. From hip, funky websites to innovative...

The Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig at Washington Performing Arts

You have a right to be skeptical when a symphony orchestra claims to have a unique sound. Down through the centuries most composers of...

National Symphony Orchestra Eighty-Fourth Season Opening Ball Concert at The Kennedy...

Last night the National Symphony Orchestra debuted its eighty-forth season in The Kennedy Center’s Concert Hall, one of the most anticipated musical events of...

‘Nevermore’ at Pandemonium Theatrical Productions

Pandemonium’s Workhouse Arts Center could not have been more well-suited for Nevermore, a dark and intimate musical about the life of Edgar Allan Poe,...

Rodrigo y Gabriela at Wolf Trap

International guitarists Rodrigo y Gabriela greeted a jam-packed concert hall and lawn at Wolf Trap’s Filene Center last night, in a full evening of...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ’13 Men’ by Faith Garber

A naked thespian, an anime-loving slacker, the best guy friend, a controlling adrenaline junky—Jack O'Reilly plays all of your ex-boyfriends in the comedy cabaret...

Contemporary Ballet With an Edge . . . and Live Music...

This contemporary ballet with the string quartet performing onstage fuses sound and movement in four contemporary dances featuring two world premieres, including the tango-inspired...

Washington Performing Arts: Chris Botti

Washington Performing Arts Produces an Electrifying Concert Grammy-winning trumpeter Chris Botti was born to entertain. A mesmerizing trumpet player, Botti can play hot and he...

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...

An Interview with National Chamber Ensemble’s Leo Sushansky on Their May...

If you are looking for a fun way to celebrate Mother’s Day with the special moms in your life, National Chamber Ensemble’s May 10th...

National Chamber Ensemble: ‘Happy Birthday Vivaldi: The Extraordinary Four Seasons’

National Chamber Ensemble put on a truly exceptional concert on Saturday when, along with the Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute, they...

National Chamber Ensemble Presents ‘Happy Birthday Vivaldi: The Extraordinary Four Seasons’...

Oh the weather outside has been frightful, but ... on Saturday, March 8, 2004 at 7:30 PM NBC4 Chief Meteorologist Doug Kammerer is predicting 54° | 34° and all...

‘Schubert and Champagne’ at National Chamber Ensemble by Jane Coyne

National Chamber Ensemble, the musical gem in residence at Artisphere’s Rosslyn Spectrum Threatre in Arlington, Virginia, showed its stuff on Friday night as it...

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