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Wolf Trap reopens this summer, announces 50th Anniversary season
Enjoy a Georgia O'Keeffe happy hour or explore live performances at The Hamilton in our editor-selected picks
The organization is also bolstering digital offerings with recordings from past productions and biweekly virtual Cocktail Concerts
How do you present Mozart's problematic, sexist Don Giovanni in the current #metoo climate?
Nelson is positioning the forward-thinking company as a model for the future of opera
Can the powerhouse quartet the Four Italian Tenors take the U.S. by storm?
An altered Puccini classic opens a remarkable season at The In Series under new Artistic Director Timothy Nelson
The great tenor is lovingly remembered by wives and mistresses alike in Ron Howard's charming documentary, "Pavarotti"
With "Dreamers," López explores the light and darkness, love and hate, and strength and weakness of the DREAMers movement
The new Artistic Director of the In Series, Timothy Nelson is taking exciting new risks with bold mash-ups
WNO’s La traviata presents Verdi’s classic soberly, subtly, and with touching clarity
Opera to Orchestra, Chorus to Concert, here's everything classical and choral in the D.C. area this fall
Graves, who stars as the Old Lady, lauds the message of Candide
Expect to laugh more than you thought possible in the company of a full orchestra, wigs, Counts, and world-class singing
If you come to "Don Carlo" just to listen to the singing, you won't be disappointed.