“The Dictator’s Wife” falls flat, but WNO’s festival of new opera is on the right track.
Harpsichordist performs English and Dutch keyboard masters of the late 16th and 17th centuries.
The Broadway singer pulls out of the concert after pressure from fans.
Gladys Knight, 72, is still touring and coming to the Kennedy Center for MLK tribute.
Alisa Weilerstein, with pianist Inon Barnatan and clarinetist Anthony McGill, plays the Kennedy Center on Thursday
Sir Mark Elder conducted an entertaining evening of Rimsky-Korsakov, Ravel and, again, “The Firebird.”
Dwayne Adell turned his talents to jazz, which he’ll show off at Blues Alley on Monday.
Washington punk mainstay Carni Klirs still believes in the ritual of promotion on paper.
Mr. Greco was a jazz pianist who had a long, tireless career as a nightclub performer.
National Harbor Restaurant Week, an MLK breakfast, “Alice in Wonderland” and more.
The rising ensemble showed off its pristine, yet somewhat restrained sound at the Kennedy Center.
No one imagined that, by the time of the premiere, the satire about authoritarian regimes might hit so close to home.
His Phillips Collection recital included Schubert, Berg, Bach and Beethoven.
The track was later featured in a Wes Anderson film.
With its sixth annual In Your Neighborhood series, the orchestra seeks to extend its reach.
What masterworks has the orchestra never gotten around to performing?
He led major orchestras in Vienna, Milan, Paris and New York.
A brilliant young quartet salutes the iconic Guarneri Quartet in its maiden recording.
The musician, whose first album is due out in January, fuses bebop, jazz, swing and the blues.
The Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven frontman discusses combining bands and artists’ rights.