Vocal music by Finland’s leading composer; a brisk account of Henze’s 7th symphony.
The breakthough female hip-hop group are part of the “I Love the 90’s” tour that plays Wolf Trap.
The country singer-songwriter hits the Jiffy Lube Live with Keith Urban on Saturday.
The Claypool Lennon Delirium brings willfully wobbly sonics to the 9:30 Club.
Tommy Lepson, Ron Holloway and the Root Boy Slim All Stars bring the boogie to Bethesda.
The D.C.-born singer thrilled a sold-out crowd at U Street Music Hall.
He drew from jazz, classical music, samba and African percussion to help forge the ‘new tango’ sound.
Mr. Fields melded Jewish tunes and Latin rhythms in the 1959 album ‘Bagels and Bongos.’
The Atlanta rapper delighted his target audience at U Street Music Hall.
He jammed with Charlie Parker and appeared on “Midnight Cowboy” and “Sesame Street” soundtracks.
Punk and girl-group pop mixed with personal reminiscences from singer Kathleen Hanna.
“I’ve built a career from being honest. Why change that now?”
Hits from six decades are revisited in an easygoing show.
Nigerian artist Wizkid contributed to Drake’s hit “One Dance” — but there are many others.
Aerosmith frontman’s new solo record mixes familiar funk and acoustic guitar.
Baltimore band playing Rock and Roll Hotel as part of the club’s 10th anniversary.
After a 30-year pause, the singer’s joy is infectious.
Mr. Hutcherson, who appeared on dozens of landmark recordings, was an NEA jazz master.
Yo-Yo Ma and his team of traditional-instrument virtuosos bridged sounds of East and West, but not with some cliches.
Maya Beiser’s latest recording; Richard Egarr takes on Bach’s ‘French Suites.’