There is a lot of flamenco -- not to mention Nutcrackers galore -- in the fall dance season ahead in Washington, D.C.
Comedy, Readings, Spoken Word, Multimedia, Magic, Tastings, Tours, Drag Queens, and just about everything else.
There is no shortage of romance, intrigue, and excitement in the wealth of dance performances around the DMV this season.
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 BlackLight Summit at the University of Maryland celebrates and supports the artistry of both dance and drag
From Bach to Beethoven, from the American Pops Orchestra to the NSO, there's plenty of classical and choral music to delight everyone.
All things pop, rock, folk, blues, and jazz in Washington, D.C.'s fall popular music concert scene.
District audiences enjoy a wealth of options for dance, including Mark Morris, American Ballet Theatre, and Alvin Ailey.
The Malpaso Dance Company and Sofía Rei are two of many highlights coming to Maryland's esteemed performing arts center.
The second BlackLight Summit at The Clarice aims to inspire by showcasing emerging BIPOC and LGBTQ dancers.
Marin Alsop makes her debut as the first-ever music director of the festival
A virtual three-day event to help amplify, inspire, and affirm BIPOC and LGBTQ narratives
It marks the Havana Lyceum's American debut
“It’s not that talented singers are not born anymore,” says Henriette Lund. “But they are, shall we say, ‘coached to death.'” A vocal coach at...
Taylor Mac explores history and community through pop music