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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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Performing at Gypsy Sally’s Thursday, the songwriter admitted he’s still not used to being onstage. “I don’t feel very good at it yet,” he said.

  • Scott Galupo
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A year ago, the Philadelphia native was an inmate in state prison. Now he’s rapping about his unbreakable spirit.

  • Julian Kimble
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  • Perspective

In its second year, the Direct Current festival spotlights refugees, nuclear disasters and contemporary Americana.

  • Perspective

Now, artificial intelligence can write four-part harmony. It just can’t do it very well.

  • Perspective

The conductor once known for bringing the Grateful Dead to the orchestra stage comes to D.C. for the final time.

Individuality and originality will be front and center when these artists perform at Direct Current.

  • Michael J. West
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The long-running folk quartet headline in Alexandria on Saturday.

See Ariana Grande, Nils Frahm, Earl Sweatshirt and Mr. Eazi live.

  • Chris Kelly
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Choral Arts, Cathedral Choral Society show new twists on tradition.

  • Charles T. Downey
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  • Review

But for some, the old-fashioned production may be just what the doctor ordered.

  • Review

The departure from mainstream symphonic programming was imbued with an adventurous spirit.

  • Amanda Vosburgh
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After an “existential crisis,” CapitolBop’s founders have scheduled a full spring season of performances.

  • Michael J. West
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Group focuses on “late-stage” chamber music of Haydn, Elgar and Bartók.

  • Patrick Rucker
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The DMV native celebrates the release of a new EP at Pie Shop.

See Ella Mai, Carl Stone, José González and the String Theory, and the Comet Is Coming live.

Yotam Haber went to help Iditarod rookie Blair Braverman and record the sound of sled dogs. Now, he’s recovering from surgery to reattach his finger.

  • Review

Juxtaposition reveals the ways in which translations are rooted in their time and place.

  • Simon Chin
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A women’s music festival makes a strong start; soloist Steven Isserlis also hits a home run.

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