The fundraising concert and 14-track album will harness a broad swath of the city’s punk and electro-oriented musicians.
The former Walkmen frontman’s show with collaborator Rostam Batmanglij hints at a solo career even better than his impressive past work.
“Dead Man Walking” and Terence Blanchard’s “Champion” are focus of WNO’s spring season.
The artist paints a picture rather than unleashes a political tirade in her neo-soul, slam-poetry-inflected raps.
The Northwest D.C. native stretches his voice box in his musical ‘self-portraits.’
The wild-eyed District band performs carefully crafted new songs at Slash Run.
Black History Month events, wine and music, a play about Lizzie Borden and more.
Sandrine Piau infuses songs about nightly escape with earnest heartbreak and longing.
His prolific career was marked by jawdropping range and creative restlessness.
The maestro also conducted major orchestras in England and Japan.
The Aizuri Quartet performs a Beethoven-centric program at the Kennedy Center.
The smart, efficient production brought the brief opéra comique fully to life with vivid playing and singing.
His work on Brown’s single “Funky Drummer” became a widely sampled drum break.
For “La Scene Miniature,” which depicts the murder scene in “The Stranger,” a quartet re-created the narrative in a visceral way.
Before there was ‘Fidelio,’ there was ‘Leonore,’ and two versions of it are coming to the District.
The actor and singer-songwriter performs at the Birchmere on Feb. 26.
The prospect of stories in music may not sell tickets - but it can make for a great evening.
The trumpeter-composer’s D.C. performance was adventurous and political.
A film exploring a music style unique to the Washington region will be previewed in a sold-out screening at AMP by Strathmore on Feb. 25.
The British-born musician brings his joyful vibes and quiet rebellion to the Black Cat.