The styles of music at these mega-shows run the gamut, from pop to punk to rap to bluegrass.

Over the past year and a half, Marvin has booked a mix of emerging and regionally known acts.

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Program centers on composers with a connection to Yehudi Menuhin.

  • Patrick D. McCoy
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See the Coathangers, the Dungeon Family, Laura Jane Grace and the Devouring Mothers, and Jon Hopkins live.

  • Chris Kelly
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“In culture we build bridges, not walls,” the renowned cellist said before free performance.

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Lawrence Brownlee contrasts Schumann, Tyshawn Sorey in a vivid portrait of — himself.

See Hand Habits, Diamond D and Masta Ace, Lightshow, and La Dispute live.

The rap duo celebrate the vinyl release of their first album at Studio Ga Ga.

Lawrence Brownlee brings Tyshawn Sorey song cycle to Washington.

The Grammy Award-winning DJ and producer duo, made up of Sharam Tayebi and Ali “Dubfire” Shirazinia, is performing at Coachella.

The District hardcore punk band kicks off the bill at Damaged City festival on April 13.

See Evoken, Jess Glynne, Cynthia Erivo and Tokyo Jetz live.

  • Chris Kelly
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The style of opera, explained.

“He was extremely focused and disciplined about accomplishing what he wanted to accomplish.”

His new album, “This Land,” has quickly emerged as his most successful, critically and commercially.

See Mariah Carey, Gary Clark Jr., Big Wild, Summer Walker and Ghostface Killah live.

The folk-rock D.C. foursome performs at Dwell this week.

  • Chris Kelly
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The multimillion-dollar Machine set can be dwarfed by strong performances.

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Twin sisters’ meticulous and powerful pianism on full display in recital at the Kennedy Center.

  • Grace Jean
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Conductor and orchestra performed delightfully at the Kennedy Center, but the program was strangely conventional.

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