Critic’s Choice for 2019-20 – Aug 19, 2019

At the start of the summer, some parts of Washington’s upcoming […]

Financial transparency and judicious cost-cutting could save Baltimore Symphony – Aug 12, 2019

It has now been seven weeks since the management of the […]

National Philharmonic to shut down – Jul 17, 2019

On Tuesday, the National Philharmonic announced plans to close permanently.  “It […]

From stuntman to opera singer, tenor Massi brings a range of skills to WNO’s “Tosca” – May 07, 2019

Riccardo Massi will make his Washington National Opera debut this weekend, as […]

Trifecta of April events showcase the multifaceted Lawrence Brownlee – Apr 01, 2019

Lawrence Brownlee considers Washington D.C. like a second home, and in […]

Top Ten Performances of 2018 – Dec 22, 2018

1. Dorothea Röschmann. Vocal Arts DC The esteemed German soprano returned […]

2018-19 Critic’s Choice – Aug 20, 2018

The District of Columbia and its environs offer a dizzying array […]

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

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

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 […]

Violinist Stefan Jackiw strives to bring out the grit and nostalgia of Charles Ives – Jan 29, 2018

Charles Ives is still a problem. Our current era accepts and […]


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