Kinks founder Dave Davies has a new album coming out.
The music at the Dock 5 nightclub was good, but the dance-party concept was not.
His songs and the boisterous performance standards directly influenced the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
She was known for her expert, sensitive command of classical music — a genre historically directed by men.
The group returns to Washington with a show at the Howard Theatre.
Concertmaster Nurit Bar-Josef gets the spotlight in a Mozart concerto.
The Australian’s new two-disc album, No. 1 on her home country’s pop charts, is grandly ambitious.
The Swedish band’s album “Haxan” diverged: It was all instrumental, and occasionally entrancing.
The artist also known as Eva Moolchan brings her new songs to Rock & Roll Hotel.
30-year-old demos recorded for “Flowers in the Dirt” are given a proper release.
Drew Love and Dante Jones became friends in L.A. first, in-sync musical partners second.
The restored instrument was unveiled at a New York concert featuring former student Mira Wang.
Washington Performing Arts presented his keyboard intimacies at UDC.
Sister Sledge was best known for its No. 1 hit “We Are Family.”
There was nothing prosaic about Lisette Oropesa’s set at the Theater of the Arts.
It was a tale of two Beethovens in an uneven night at the symphony.
Pianist Amy Yang steals the show, part of Phillips Collection’s “Leading International Composers.”
The Supreme Court figure offers commentary, and jokes, in an evening of opera scenes.
An ensemble named Beauty Farm plumbs little-known works by Gombert, Ockeghem.
The goddess of pop is slated for a dozen shows at Maryland’s MGM National Harbor.