The year 2023 marks the 150th anniversary of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s birth. You might call that a trivial anniversary, especially considering it’s been 80 years since...
The Congressional Chorus' 'Sing, Sing, Swing' will be structured as "a vintage jazz cabaret with live band."
From Bach to Beethoven, from the American Pops Orchestra to the NSO, there's plenty of classical and choral music to delight everyone.
Your complete guide to Halloween in the capital -- LGBTQ and otherwise
Local choral organization pays homage to some of the greatest Black women composers, arrangers, and performers
Enjoy a virtual Adrienne Kennedy festival or relive the '90s with Congressional Chorus in our editor-selected picks!
Watch as the Congressional Chorus performs a virtual rendition of the classic Jamiroquai hit.
"Nevertheless, She Persisted" focuses on the music of America's women composers on Nov. 24
Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week!
The Congressional Chorus performs a piece this weekend by one of the country's hottest up-and-coming composers
It takes ingenuity to design a set in a small space for a very big concert
It’s the first concert of Congressional Chorus’ 30th season
Saturday concert features a new generation of American composers
Congressional Chorus's spring cabaret is a showy spectacle
Congressional Chorus offers a chorale tribute to Sondheim