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Review: Washington Performing Arts Presents Chris Botti at The Kennedy Center

Washington Performing Arts Produces an Eclectic and Entertaining Musical Evening with Chris Botti I went to a Chris Botti concert and Cirque du Soleil and...

The Philadelphia Orchestra Presented by Washington Performing Arts at Strathmore

Composers wrote great ballet and opera music for two reasons. The first was to help dancers and singers to portray characters and tell their...

‘Mozart and Friends’ at The National Chamber Ensemble by J.M. Greig

The National Chamber Ensemble opened its ninth season in style at the Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre on Saturday with a program entitled Mozart and Friends....

Michal Urbaniak at Bethesda Jazz and Blues Supper Club

What does a jazz lover expect from a concert of one of the world’s greatest jazz stars? To be moved by the magic of...

National Symphony Orchestra, ‘Mahler Explored’ With Christoph Eschenbach, Conductor and Leonidas...

Last night at The Kennedy Center Concert Hall marked a special evening for all – conductor, players, and audience alike. The audience, foremost, was treated...

Standout CDs of Three Rising Classical Artists: Einav Yarden, Yevgeny Kutik,...

Debut recordings by emerging classical performers face enormous challenges. There’s the issue of finding unique material or a unique voice after so much music...

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...

‘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 Ariel Quartet at the Israeli Embassy

How much do you re-interpret music that was written 100 or 200 years ago? This eternal question has an unequivocal answer in the hands...

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...

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...

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...

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...

‘Pocket Opera x2: ‘The Spirits & The Heart’ at The In...

The In Series has launched another unique and intimate production of two very different operas, Puccini’s Le Villi  and Heart of Madrid, which explores the zarzuela or light...

‘Miracle on 34th Street’ by Meredith Wilson at Toby’s The Dinner...

The age old question that hangs around the holiday season that has been debated, discussed, commercialized, and caused quite the stir over the years:...

National Symphony Orchestra: Kristjan Järvi, Conductor and Jennifer Koh, Violin, Plays...

The National Symphony Orchestra continues it’s eighty-third season at The Kennedy Center with a splendid evening of twentieth-century compositions as talented guest conductor Kristjan...

The National Chamber Ensemble at The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage by...

The National Chamber Ensemble made its debut at the Kennedy Center on Thursday, September 26, 2013 with a wonderful and well-performed concert that delighted a...

National Chamber Ensemble presents ‘The Three B’s: Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms’...

I really like the National Chamber Ensemble, the adventuresome and enjoyable programs they present, and the talented and friendly musicians who make up this...

‘Inside the Music’: An Interview with National Chamber Ensemble Artistic Director...

One of the things I love the most about living in the Washington, D.C. area is that the music never ends, nor does the...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ