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There’s as much diversity in dance offerings this spring as ever, from a celebration of National Tap Dance Day at Joy of Motion, to the...
Terence Blanchard's jazz opera Champion comes out swinging and delivers some powerful punches
In Terence Blanchard's stylized, jazz-infused Champion, a boxer struggles to come to grips with his sexuality with operatically devastating results.
The Washington National Opera's Dead Man Walking is what modern opera should be
Grammy-winning violinist Hilary Hahn, considered one of the greatest of her generation, performs Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E Minor in a program conducted by Cornelius...
Joshua Bell performs a Washington Performing Arts recital with pianist Sam Haywood
Celebrated dance company returns to the Kennedy Center for its annual week of performances
Kevin McKenzie's take on the lavish, romantic Swan Lake remains his company's quintessential ballet
NSO Principal Trombone offers the orchestra's first performances of Christopher Rouse's Trombone Concerto
The Kennedy Center debut of a Grammy-winning, boundary pushing singer
Grammy Award-winning Empress of Soul leads this year's free musical celebration honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.
Richard Nelson's slice-of-life plays The Gabriels Trilogy are inspired by American politics
Dance spectacle performed by the China National Opera & Dance Drama Theater
Vosk stars as Elphaba -- the Wicked Witch of the West -- in the national touring production of Wicked
An unfussy, unpretentious, minimalist approach, Fiasco's Into The Woods is a journey well-worth taking