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'Celestial Fools' is the latest in a time-honored tradition of holiday shows
By embracing three centuries of popular songs, Luke Frazier's American Pops Orchestra is taking orchestral music to new, diverse heights
Luke Frazier aims to change perceptions of what an orchestra can be with American Pops
Michele Angelini grew up appreciating opera's beauty and melodrama
Randall Bills' singing career has its roots in musical theater
The Kennedy Center presents several august classical companies, foremost among them the Royal Ballet. Wolf Trap welcomes two dancers, with two choreographers, known from their...
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Alice Russell is weaning her newborn on Aretha -- and her own music
Tig Notaro knows which way the funny wind blows
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Ask Moses Pendleton about his dance company Momix’s next show in D.C. and he’ll give you a perfectly lucid description — and then crack wise....
''Bach is my favorite composer, hands down,'' Chase Maggiano says, when asked what he listens to in his spare time. But in addition to baroque...
The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington will sing an ode to garland this weekend -- and we're not just talking about gay icon Judy. Yes,...
Though late last year’s True wasn’t as stirring as the 2009 set Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams, the EP did prove that Beyoncé’s little...
''There's so much going on in the seven days leading up to the 28th,'' says Terri Harris Reed of The George Washington University, referring to...