Archive for February, 2018

Tenor Russell Thomas is breaking down operatic barriers with confidence – Feb 28, 2018

Tenor Russell Thomas, a rising singer from Miami, makes his Washington […]

Critic’s Choice – Feb 27, 2018

There are few true piano daredevils these days, and perhaps none sets […]

Prégardien’s storytelling creates vivid journey in Vocal Arts recital – Feb 25, 2018

Christoph Prégardien had not been to Washington since a 1999 recital […]

Janowski brings a unique perspective to familiar music with NSO – Feb 23, 2018

On the surface, this week’s National Symphony Orchestra was not the […]

Tenor Prégardien to light a path through Schubert’s darkest lieder – Feb 21, 2018

Christoph Prégardien is on a rare American tour, which will bring […]

March 22 – Feb 20, 2018

National Symphony Orchestra Choral Arts Society of Washington The Washington Chorus […]

Critic’s Choice – Feb 20, 2018

If you are a fan of chamber music, and of the […]

Sisters make blazing debuts in Washington Concert Opera’s “Maria di Rohan” – Feb 19, 2018

In the dusty corners of the operatic repertory are many works […]

Virginia Opera creates practical magic with Britten’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream” – Feb 18, 2018

Virginia Opera may be the most daring local company in terms […]

Tan Dun, Shenzhen orchestra greet Chinese New Year with a flourish at Kennedy Center – Feb 16, 2018

They dialed up birdsong on cell phones, used instruments to mimic […]



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