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Sound system boom rattles Kennedy Center audience, but not soprano Brenda Rae

In her D.C. debut, the singer and pianist Jonathan Ware present a captivating program that spans three centuries. go to Article >

Christian Gerhaher’s Mahler recital stabs listeners in the heart

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It was a rawly emotional and jagged song recital from Vocal Arts. read more

Arod Quartet’s program explores generations, but its performance is determinedly youthful

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The young, Paris-based group made its local debut at the Library of Congress. read more

Bon Iver embraces its arena rock era

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Justin Vernon’s band showed its many strengths at the first of two sold-out shows at the Anthem in D.C. read more

Countertenor Iestyn Davies and Fretwork revive music old and new at Library of Congress

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Alluring program at the Library of Congress on Wednesday night. read more

Melbourne Orchestra brings sense of several places to Kennedy Center

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Sir Andrew Davis leads “Mother Goose,” “Firebird” and a didgeridoo. read more

Russell Thomas is much more than a black tenor. Now, he’s tackling ‘Otello’ and the field’s stereotypes.

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The opera singer will take on the role in the WNO season opener Oct. 26. read more

Tucked in the corner of a hotel lounge is what is likely the longest running jazz gig in D.C.

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Bassist Victor Dvoskin has been performing on Sunday night at the Tabard Inn for over two decades. read more

Bad Moves turns individual inspiration into songs that speak to universal experiences

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The D.C. band is performing at Comet Ping Pong this week. read more

4 concerts to catch in the D.C. area over the next several days

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See Raheem DeVaughn, Swervedriver, Young Thug and Nina Kraviz live. read more

An old hand shines anew in Bruckner

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At the NSO, 80-year-old conductor offers strong Bruckner 7, outshines violinist Steinbacher in Mozart concerto read more

The Takacs Quartet brings the Bartok cycle back to the Kennedy Center

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The ensemble, which gave a searing performance of the six quartets in 2014, returns to the Terrace Theater. read more