What better way to listen to live music than sprawled on a grassy slope while a deep-colored sunset turns into a million stars?

Here are the details you'll need to pursue such pleasures around Washington this summer. (Generally speaking, packing a picnic and a blanket or chairs is a good idea.) DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM, WEST TERRACE

At Seventh Street and Independence Avenue SW. On a lunch hour or squeezed in between tours, the Navy's performing groups provide concerts at noon during the week: the Commodores, a jazz ensemble, appear Fridays until June 27, and again from Aug. 1 through Sept. 12; Port Authority, a pop-rock group, Mondays through June; and, Country Current, a country-bluegrass group, Tuesdays until June 24, and again from Aug. 12 through Sept. 9. On July 4, a concert from 4 to 9:15 features the U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note, Singing Sergeants, the Air Force Concert Band, and Toni Tenille. All concerts are free but may be canceled for rain. Call 433-2525. CAPITOL BUILDING, WEST TERRACE

At the Capitol, showtime is at 8 p.m. and all concerts are free. The U.S. Army Bands perform Fridays; call 696-3399. The U.S. Navy bands perform Mondays through August; call 433-2525 or 433-2394. The U.S. Air Force bands perform Tuesdays through August; 767-5658. The U.S. Marine Band performs Wednesdays through August; call 433-4011. At 8 p.m. July 4, Mstislav Rostropovich conducts the National Symphony Orchestra with guests Sarah Vaughan, Andre-Michel Schub and a combined armed forces band and chorus. CARTER BARRON

At 4520 Colorado Ave. NW. Concerts start at 8:30, with unsold tickets at the box office on performance nights. Tickets are available at Ticketron. Call 426-6943. JUNE 14 -- Phoebe Snow, Vice. JUNE 15 -- Kid Creole and The Coconuts, D.C. Dance Contemporary Ensemble. JUNE 21 -- Nancy Wilson, Widespread Jazz Orchestra. JUNE 22 -- Milton Nascimento. JUNE 28 -- Stephanie Mills, Carl Anderson. JUNE 29 -- Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam, The Real Roxanne and Hitman Howie Tee. JULY 5 -- Nighthawks farewell concert, John Hammond, Luther Guitar Watsons Jr., Catfish Hodge, Bob Margolin. JULY 6 -- Colonel Abrams, Juicy. JULY 12 -- Starpoint, Sly Fox, Tommy Davidson. JULY 13 -- Cherrelle, Alexander O'Neal, Cashflow. JULY 19 -- Rene and Angela, Dual Proposition. JULY 26 -- Manhattan, Pieces of Dream. AUGUST 2-3 -- O'Jays, Gloria Brown. AUGUST 9 -- Miles Davis, Special Efx. AUGUST 10 -- Miami Sound Machine. AUGUST 16 -- Mtume, Roy Ayers. AUGUST 17 -- Angela Bofill, Rose Brothers. AUGUST 23 -- George Howard, Cabo Frio. AUGUST 24 -- Gospel Festival with the Wynans, Cissy Houston. CONCERTS ON THE CANAL

Sit down along the C&O Canal at Foundry Mall in Georgetown, between 30th and Thomas Jefferson streets NW. Free concerts are every other Sunday from 1:30 to 4:30. Call 862-1336. JUNE 15 -- Irish Breakdown, Swing A Cordes. JUNE 29 -- The Smith Sisters, Grazzmatazz. JULY 13 -- Laurel Blaydes and Old Friends, Banish Misfortune. JULY 27 -- Chesterbrooke String Quartet, Trinidad and Tobago Steel Band. AUGUST 10 -- Second Story, Lisa Rich Quartet. AUGUST 24 -- Soda Bread, Pontchartrain Causeway New Orleans Band. SEPTEMBER 7 -- Pete Kennedy, Cowboy Jazz. FORT DUPONT

At Minnesota Avenue and Randle Circle SE. All concerts are free and begin at 8:30. Call 426-7723. JUNE 20-21 -- Noel Pointer, Dave Valentin, Sedatrius Brown. JUNE 27-28 -- Ahmad Jamal, Richie Reiter Crossing Point. JULY 11-12 -- Herbie Mann, Gloria Hightower, Yvette Cason. JULY 18 -- Dirty Dozen, Sassparilla. JULY 19 -- Dirty Dozen, Ron Sutton Jr. Quartet. JULY 20 -- Gospel Special. JULY 25-26 -- Horace Silver Quartet, Terry Marshall Quartet, BBS Unlimited. AUGUST 1-2 -- Motown Revue, Jr. Walker and The All Stars, Marvelettes, Jesse James and Raiders. AUGUST 8-9 -- Airto and Flora Purim, New World Percussion Ensemble. AUGUST 15-16 -- Jimmy Witherspoon, Johnny Copeland, Rhythm Masters, Floyd Haywood. AUGUST 22-23 -- Bobby Hutcherson, Karen Lovejoy, Ninochika Twitty Vocal. MARINE PARADES

At the Marine Barracks, Eighth and I SE. The Friday parades with the Marine Band, Drum and Bugle Corps and the Silent Drill Platoon begin at 8:20 p.m., through Sept. 5. Seating reservations are required but are free. Call 433-6060. Free parking at Navy Yard at 11th and N streets SE, with shuttle service to the barracks. OLD STONE HOUSE

At 3051 M St. NW in Georgetown. Visit the house for free classical music concerts in the Old English Garden on Sundays from 2 to 3 through Aug. 24. Call 426-6851. JUNE 15 -- Viva. JUNE 22 -- Tina Chancey. JUNE 29 -- Jeff Meyerriecks. JULY 6 -- Park, Roleofs Duo. JULY 13 -- Scott Reiss.JULY 20 -- Joe Tucker. JULY 27 -- Rosewood Chamber Consort. AUGUST 3 -- Rajnes Duo. AUGUST 10 -- Walter Johns. AUGUST 17 -- Bonnie Cohen Trio. AUGUST 24 -- Howard Bass. RFK STADIUM

At 22nd and East Capitol NE. Call 546-3337. JUNE 14 -- Patti LaBelle, Maze with Frankie Beverly, Ashford and Simpson, New Edition, Cherrelle, Alexander O'Neal, Colonel Abrams. JUNE 28 -- Chuck Brown and The Soul Searchers, Experience Unlimited, Little Benny and The Masters, Ayre Rayde, AM/FM, Hot Cold Sweat, Class Band. JULY 3 -- The Great Washington Bash: Delton McClintock and Joe Eli, and an evening of wrestling. JULY 6-7 -- Bob Dylan, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Grateful Dead. SYLVAN THEATER

On the grounds of the Washington Monument, the theater features music almost every day through August. Each week, take your pick of performances by the military: the Air Force bands -- including the rock group, Spectrum -- appear on Friday evenings; the Marine Band on Sunday evenings; the Army Band on Tuesday evenings; and the Navy Band on Thursday evenings, with its 25th Children's Lollipops Concert featuring Mickey Mouse on Aug. 14 at 8:30. Back for its fourth season, the Big Band Tea Dance Concert Series on Wednesday nights through August 27. All concerts begin at 8, last about two hours and are free. On July 4, the evening concert from 6:30 to 9:15 includes the U.S. Army Band, the Army Blues Jazz Band, and the U.S. Air Force's Tops in Blue. Call 426-6975 or 426-6976. TWILIGHT TATTOO

The precision and discipline of the Army past are higlighted in uniforms, music and military formations of the Continental Army. Intricate drills and marching will also be performed by the Third U.S. Infantry (The Old Guard) and the U.S. Army Band on the Ellipse (between the White House and the Washington Monument) on Wednesdays at 7 from July 9 through August. Free. Call 696-3147. WASHINGTON NAVY YARD

At Ninth and M streets SE. Enter the gate and you'll be directed to parking for the summer pageant program every Wednesday night at 8:45 (except July 2 and 16). The free concert series with bleacher seating features the U.S. Navy Band, Sea Chanters, the Commodores and a slide show on the Navy, and runs through August. Also open to the public are the Navy Memorial Museum and former destroyer Barry. For information, call 433-2218. MARYLAND ALLEN POND AMPHITHEATER

Inside Allen Pond Park, on Mitchellville Road off Route 197 in Bowie. The Sunday Sunset Concert series is free and starts at 7:30. Concerts are canceled in the event of rain. Call 262-6200 ext. 303, or 301/249-3316 on the day of the performance. JUNE 15 -- Hard Knocks. JUNE 22 -- Joe Illig and Friends. JUNE 29 -- Crofton-Bowie Ballet Company. JULY 6 -- Nothin' Hokey. JULY 13 -- National Concert Band.JULY 20 -- Leon Morris and Buzz Busby. JULY 27 -- USNA Electric Brigade. AUGUST 3 -- Port Authority. AUGUST 10 -- Luna Dorn. AUGUST 17 -- Hill City Jazz Band. AUGUST 24 -- Sunset Riders. AUGUST 31 -- USNA Wind Ensemble. "BUDDY" ATTICK PARK

Off Kenilworth Avenue and Crescent Road in Greenbelt. Evening concerts begin at 7 and are free. Bring a blanket for the series of concerts by the lake. Call 474-6878. JUNE 15 -- U.S. Navy's Country Current. JUNE 22 -- Mainstream Band. JUNE 29 -- Rosebud Ragtime Ensemble. JULY 4 -- The Greenbelt Concert Band. JULY 6 -- Rudy Adler Jazz Band. JULY 13 -- New Century Singers. JULY 20 -- U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note. JULY 27 -- Hill City Jazz Band. AUGUST 3 -- Greenbelt Concert Band. AUGUST 17 -- U.S. Navy's Port Authority. BAKER PARK BANDSHELL

At Second and N. Bentz streets, Frederick. The Sunday concerts are at 7:30, and free. The bandshell is part of a 47-acre park with swimming and picnic facilities. Call 301/694-1436. JUNE 15 -- Frederick Community Orchestra. JUNE 22 -- The Cool Jerks. JUNE 29 -- U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note. JULY 6 -- Frontier Justice. JULY 13 -- On The Air. JULY 22 -- Rohersville Community Band. JULY 27 -- The Orchard Boys. AUGUST 3 -- Turkeys On The Run. AUGUST 10 -- The Strangers. AUGUST 17 -- Barry Gurley Quartet. AUGUST 24 -- Back Roads. AUGUST 31 -- The Make. SEPTEMBER 7 -- U.S. Navy Concert Band. CABIN JOHN REGIONAL PARK

Off Tuckerman Lane between West Lake Drive and Seven Locks Road in Rockville. The free Tuesday evening concert series begins at 7:30. Call 299-4555. JUNE 10 -- U.S. Navy Concert Band. JUNE 17 -- U.S. Navy's Commodores.JUNE 24 -- Montgomery College Rockville Brass Band and the Metrolarks Chapter of Sweet Adelines Inc. JULY 8 -- Hill City Jazz Band. JULY 22 -- Rockille Concert Band. GLEN ECHO PARK

At the bumper car pavilion in the park, once a month a big band performs for picnicking visitors from 6:30 to 8:30 prior to scheduled big band dances. Call 656-2729. JUNE 14 -- George Washington University Jazz Band. JULY 12 -- Bob Lewis Big Band. AUGUST 2 -- (Band to be decided later.) SEPTEMBER 6 -- All Seasons Band. OCTOBER 4 -- Shenandoah Conservatory Jazz Ensemble. MAGRUDER PARK

At 40th and Hamilton streets in Hyattsville. The free summer concerts start at 7:30. Call 927-1689. JUNE 17 -- Monumental Brass Quintet. JUNE 24 -- U.S. Navy's Port Authority. JULY 1 -- Grim Pickers. JULY 15 -- Bowie Knights of Harmony. MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION

Off U.S. 29 in Columbia. For information, call 982-1800 (from Baltimore, 730-2424). Tickets for seats under cover and on the lawn range from $10 to $17.50. JUNE 13 -- John Kay and Steppenwolf, The Guess Who. JUNE 14 -- Depeche Mode. JUNE 15 -- Ronnie James Dio, Accept.JUNE 18-19 -- Jackson Browne. JUNE 26 -- Chick Corea. JUNE 27 -- Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Fabulous Thunderbirds. JUNE 28 -- Billy Ocean, Meli'sa Morgan. JULY 2-3 -- Jimmy Buffett. JULY 5 -- Temptations, Four Tops. JULY 6 -- The Judds. JULY 9 -- Starship, Outfield. JULY 11 -- The Cure. JULY 12 -- Joe Jackson. JULY 15 -- .38 Special. JULY 22 -- Moody Blues, The Fixx. JULY 25 -- Mr. Mister. JULY 26 -- Whitney Houston. JULY 28 -- Charles Aznavour. AUGUST 3 -- Jean-Luc Ponty, Stanley Clarke Band. AUGUST 5 -- Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme. AUGUST 6 -- Santana. AUGUST 7 -- Pointer Sisters. AUGUST 8 -- Billy Crystal. AUGUST 9 -- Kool and the Gang. AUGUST 10 -- Loverboy. AUGUST 13 -- Jeffrey Osborne. AUGUST 14 -- Andreas Vollenweider. AUGUST 15 -- Manhattan Transfer. AUGUST 17 -- Beach Boys. AUGUST 24 -- Joan Rivers. AUGUST 28 -- Steve Winwood. AUGUST 29 -- Hank Williams Jr. AUGUST 30 -- Oak Ridge Boys, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. AUGUST 31 -- Culture Club. SEPTEMBER 3 -- Eurythmics. SEPTEMBER 11 -- Willie Nelson. SEPTEMBER 13 -- Barbara Mandrell. WAR MEMORIAL PLAZA

At 100 N. Holliday St. near city hall in Baltimore. "On Stage Downtown" at the plaza provides free outdoor theater every Tuesday at 8 p.m, June 24 through Aug. 12. Picnic before the show or buy from a concession stand. Performances may be canceled in rain. Call 301/837-4636. JUNE 24 -- "A Chorus Line." JULY 1 -- "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." JULY 8 -- "The Fantastiks." JULY 15 -- "Silk Stockings." JULY 22 -- "South Pacific." JULY 29 -- "A Little Night Music." AUGUST 5 -- "Oliver." AUGUST 12 -- "They're Playing Our Song." WHEATON REGIONAL PARK

At Shorefield Road, off Georgia Avenue in Wheaton. Call 946-7033. The free Thursday night concert series starts at 7:30. JUNE 19 -- U.S. Navy's Country Current. JUNE 26 -- U.S. Navy's Commodores. JULY 10 -- USNA Concert Band. JULY 17 -- Montgomery College Rockville Brass Band and barbershop quartet performances. JULY 24 -- U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note. VIRGINIA BULL RUN REGIONAL PARK

Off I-66 west (take the Centreville exit and follow signs to the park). This year's Bull Run Country Jamboree is Sunday, July 27. Musical performances by Mel McDaniel, the Forester Sisters, Reba McEntire and Lee Greenwood begin at 12:30, with local group Country Bach Band at 10. Gates open at 6 a.m. and concert ends around dusk. Bring chairs and picnic goods or buy food at the park. Tickets are $12 in advance, $14 at the gate. No cancellation in case of rain. Call locally from Washington, 352-5908 on weekdays or 703/631-0550 on weekends. FAIRFAX CITY HALL, WEST LAWN

At Armstrong Street and Ox Road in Fairfax. The Thursday night shows on the lawn offer a chance for picnicking on a blanket. All of the free shows are at 8 and move to the Fairfax High School auditorium in case of rain. Call 385-7858. JUNE 19 -- City of Fairfax Band. JUNE 26 -- Denny and Lee Magic Show. JULY 3 -- La Dee Dahs. JULY 10 -- City of Fairfax Band. JULY 17 -- The 11th North Carolina Regiment Band. JULY 24 -- City of Fairfax Band. JULY 31 -- City of Fairfax Band's children's concert. AUGUST 7 -- Hill City Jazz Band. AUGUST 14 -- The Country Haze. AUGUST 21 -- Fairfax Symphony Brass Quintet. FORT HUNT PARK

Five miles south of Alexandria on the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Picnic at the battery that once protected Washington during the Spanish-American War (though no shots were fired). The free summer concert series, "Mount Vernon Battery Music," is now under way Saturday nights at 7. Moved to Area A Pavilion in case of rain. Call 285-2598. JUNE 14 -- Rosebud Ragtime Ensemble. JUNE 21 -- The City of Fairfax Band. JUNE 28 -- Explorer Jazz. JULY 12 -- Community Band of Mount Vernon. JULY 19 -- The Boarding Party. JULY 26 -- Explorer Jazz. AUGUST 2 -- Magpie. AUGUST 9 -- Altekameraden German Band. AUGUST 16 -- Jazz Masters. AUGUST 23 -- U.S. Navy's Country Current. AUGUST 30 -- U.S. Army Band. FORT WARD PARK

At 4301 West Braddock Road in Alexandria, the Music at Twilight series is free. Concerts are every Thursday and start at 7:30; canceled in rain. Call 838-4343. JUNE 19 -- U.S. Air Force's Spectrum. JUNE 26 -- Kings Park Band. JULY 3 -- Blue Grass Neighbors. JULY 10 -- U.S. Army Blues Band. JULY 17 -- Kaleidoscope. JULY 24 -- Band From Tin Pan Alley. JULY 31 -- The Alexandria Harmonizers. AUGUST 7 -- Nothin' Hokey. AUGUST 14 -- Bob Lewis Big Band. AUGUST 21 -- City of Alexandria Pipes and Drums, Northern Virginia Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society. KINGS DOMINION PARK

Concerts are at The Showplace inside the park, just north of Richmond. Tickets range from $4 to $6 -- not including the required $14.95 park admission -- and are available through Ticketcenter. Call 432-0200 (in Washington) or the park at 804/876-5000. JUNE 22 -- Jimmy Buffett. JULY 6 -- New Edition. JULY 13 -- Starship, The Outfield. JULY 20 -- Billy Ocean, Meli'sa Morgan. JULY 27 -- Patti LaBelle. AUGUST 3 -- Eddie Rabbitt, Exile, T.G. Sheppard, Sylvia, Tanya Tucker. AUGUST 17 -- David Copperfield. AUGUST 23 -- Temptations, Four Tops. AUGUST 24 -- Luther Vandross. AUGUST 30 -- Survivor. AUGUST 31 -- Conway Twitty. LAKE ANNE PLAZA

On North Shore Drive off Wiehle Avenue in Reston, follow signs to plaza. The free Sunday concerts are from 7 to about 8:30 p.m. Bring chairs or sit on the steps at the plaza on the lake. Call 691-2671. JUNE 15 -- Hurricane. JUNE 22 -- The Jazz Masters. JUNE 29 -- Vienna Community Band. JULY 6 -- FSO Blue Grass Band. JULY 13 -- FSO Summer Band. JULY 20 -- The Jazz Masters. JULY 27 -- Northern Virginia Youth Symphony. AUGUST 3 -- Difficult Run Jazz Band. AUGUST 10 -- FSO German Band. AUGUST 17 -- Southern Exposure. AUGUST 24 -- Side by Side. AUGUST 31 -- Last Straw. LEE PARK AMPHITHEATER

At 6601 Telegraph Road in Alexandria, the park hosts the Post-Nuclear Jazz Society on Wednesday nights beginning June 18. The concerts are from 7:30 to 9 through Aug. 27 (except July 2, 23 and 30). Free. Call 922-9841. LOCUST SHADE PARK

At 4701 Locust Shade Dr. in Triangle. Hear music in the Lilac Pavilion and dine at picnic tables during this Tuesday evening free concert series through August. Showtime is at 7. Call 703/494-7275. JUNE 17 -- Bodyfit Exercise Demonstration.JUNE 24 -- John and James Jackson. JULY 1 -- Stafford County Wash Tub Band. JULY 8 -- The Show Offs. JULY 15 -- "Martial Arts in the Parks." JULY 22 -- "The Wild Flowering of Chastity." JULY 29 -- Reptile World. AUGUST 5 -- Country Cousins and Home Town Sounds. AUGUST 12 -- The Bull Run Cloggers. AUGUST 19 -- Bill Lucas Magic Show. AUGUST 26 -- "Y'all Come" Hoedown. BEN LOMOND PARK

At 7500 Ben Lomond Park Dr. in Manassas. Picnic on the grounds or in the pavilion during the free concerts Sundays at 7 p.m. A Civil War commemorative concert featuring six bands performing Civil War music (and five bands in period dress) is Saturday, July 19 at 7: adults $2.50; children and students, $1. Neighboring Ben Lomond, Costello Park at Colburn Drive and Old Centerville Road in the city of Manassas Park, offers two free Sunday shows: on June 29, "The Show Offs"; and August 24, the U.S. Marine Corps Band of Quantico. For information on any of these events, call 703/494-7275. JUNE 15 -- "Dinosaur Rock," program for kids. JUNE 22 -- Concordia Germania, Blasmusik German-American Tricentennial Band. JULY 13 -- Explorer Jazz. JULY 19 -- "The Grand Review." LUBBER RUN AMPHITHEATER

At N. Columbus and N. Second streets in Arlington, the free summer concerts begin at 8, with some exceptions. Dine during the performance or before, at picnic tables. Call 739-2900 for information or 558-2165 on the day of the performance. JUNE 13 -- Asian American Dance Theater. JUNE 18 -- Sweet Adelines. JUNE 20-22, 27-29 -- "Tom Sawyer," Children's Theater of Arlington at 8:30. JUNE 23 -- Arlington Metropolitan Chorus. JUNE 24 -- Arlingtones. JULY 2 -- American Musical Theater Concerts. JULY 3 -- National Concert Band. JULY 5 -- The All American Mini Circus. JULY 7 -- Jazz Masters. JULY 9 -- Stump Jumpers. JULY 11 -- Odadaa. JULY 12 -- Hexagoners. JULY 15 -- Kings Park Band. JULY 16 -- U.S. Navy's Country Current. JULY 17 -- Bob Brown Puppets. JULY 18 -- Arlington Dance Theater Company. JULY 19 -- Superstar Show Troupe. JULY 23 -- Nguyen Dinh Nghia and Family.JULY 24 -- Constellation. JULY 25-26 -- Act III of Children's Theater of Arlington. JULY 30 -- The Everteens. JULY 31 -- U.S. Army Blues. AUGUST 1-2 -- Concert version of "Music in the Air." AUGUST 8-10, 15-17 -- "The Unsinkable Molly Brown," The Arlington Players at 8:30. AUGUST 12 -- U.S. Navy's Commodores. AUGUST 13 -- Magpie. AUGUST 20 -- U.S. Army Blues. AUGUST 22-24 -- Jazz Festival. MARINE PARADES

At the Marine Corps War Memorial, Iwo Jima, near Arlington Cemetery. The Drum and Bugle Corps plays for 20 minutes followed by troops marching in parade sequence, and the Silent Drill Platoon every Tuesday evening through August 19. The free parade offers grassy seating and begins at 7 and lasts until 8:15. Call 433-4173. WATERFRONT PARK

On the river between King and Prince streets in Alexandria. Free concerts in this series of predominantly jazz and rock music are every Monday at 7:30, through mid-August. Shows canceled in rain. Call 838-4343. JUNE 23 -- The La Dee Dahs. JUNE 30 -- The Last Straw. JULY 7 -- PNJS. JULY 14 -- Confirmation. JULY 21 -- Explorer Jazz. JULY 28 -- 3 Wheel Drive. AUGUST 4 -- Jazz Masters. AUGUST 11 -- Difficult Run Jazz Band. WOLF TRAP

In Vienna. Take I-66 west to the Dulles Toll Road: Exit 6, a ramp leading directly to the park, is open two hours before the performance (which means it opens at 6:30 p.m. most nights); an alternate route is Exit 7. For information, call 255-1868, or 385-0044 to charge tickets, which range from $8 to $38. A round-trip shuttle offered by American Cafe from its Georgetown, Capitol Hill, Chevy Chase, National Place and Tysons Corner locations. Rides are $5 a person, or free with a $10 or more purchase. Call 337-3604 for shuttle reservations. JUNE 13 -- New York City Opera, "La Boheme." JUNE 14-15 -- New York City Opera, "Die Fledermaus." JUNE 16 -- Johnny Cash and June Carter. JUNE 17 -- Roy Orbison, Johnny Rivers. JUNE 18 -- Emmylou Harris and The Hot Band, Dwight Yoakam. JUNE 19 -- Bonnie Raitt, Del Fuegos. JUNE 20 -- Stephen Stills, America, Tom Chapin. JUNE 21 -- National Symphony Orchestra with Yoel Levi and Itzhak Perlman. JUNE 22 -- National Symphony Orchestra with Peter Nero and Classical Pops. JUNE 23 -- Smoky Robinson. JUNE 24 -- Spyro Gyra, Michael Franks. JUNE 25 -- Engelbert Humperdinck. JUNE 26 -- Tom Paxton, Schooner Fare, Doc Watson. JUNE 27 -- National Symphony Orchestra with Neville Marriner and Joshua Bell. JUNE 28 -- National Symphony Orchestra with Neville Marriner and Christopher Plummer. JULY 1-6 -- "Singin' in the Rain." JULY 7 -- Johnny Mathis. JULY 8 -- The Monkees, Herman's Hermits, The Grass Roots, Gary Puckett and The Union Gap. JULY 9 -- Van Morrison. JULY 10 -- Windham Hill Summer Concert: Shadowfax, Will Ackerman and Michael Hedges. JULY 11 -- John Prine, The Seldom Scene. JULY 12 -- Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie. JULY 13 -- New England Ragtime Ensemble with Gunther Schuller. JULY 14-16 -- Eliot Feld Ballet. JULY 17 -- The Fairfax Symphony with Ella Fitzgerald. JULY 18 -- Steven Wright. JULY 19 -- Chuck Mangione. JULY 20 -- Natalie Cole. JULY 22 -- Joan Armatrading, Graham Nash. JULY 23 -- Joan Baez, Don McLean and Livingston Taylor. JULY 24 -- National Symphony Orchestra with Hugh Wolff and James Tocco. JULY 25 -- National Symphony Orchestra with Hugh Wolff. JULY 26 -- National Symphony Orchestra with Andrew Litton. JULY 27 -- Peter, Paul and Mary. JULY 28 -- Oscar Peterson, Stanley Jordan. JULY 29-30 -- Harry Belafonte. JULY 31 -- The Monkees, Herman's Hermits, The Grass Roots, Gary Puckett and The Union Gap. AUGUST 1 -- National Symphony Orchestra with Gunther Herbig and the Labeque Sisters. AUGUST 2 -- National Symphony Orchestra with Mitch Miller. AUGUST 3 -- Wolf Trap Opera Company. AUGUST 4 -- David Copperfield. AUGUST 5 -- Ian and Sylvia. AUGUST 6 -- Wynton Marsalis. AUGUST 7 -- Amy Grant. AUGUST 8 -- Judy Collins. AUGUST 9 -- Peter, Paul and Mary. AUGUST 10 -- The Everly Brothers. AUGUST 14 -- Wolf Trap Opera Company. AUGUST 15 -- Preservation Hall Jazz Band. AUGUST 16 -- Wolf Trap Opera Company. AUGUST 17 -- George Benson. AUGUST 18 -- Neville Brothers, NRBQ. AUGUST 20 -- Bruce Cockburn, Michael Davis. AUGUST 22-24 -- The National Ballet of Canada, The Royal Winnipeg Ballet. AUGUST 26-31 -- "Camelot." SEPTEMBER 2 -- Kenny Loggins.