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The singer brought her hypercolored, hypersexual show to the Anthem on the D.C. Wharf.

  • Chris Kelly
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  • 18 hours ago
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Soprano Madison Leonard gets her second spotlight at Wolf Trap Opera.

  • Perspective

The concerts, the boxed sets, the bios: Overdosing during a composer’s centennial.

A hip-hop think tank hosts a showcase for young rap producers at Union Stage.

See Janelle Monae, GoldLink, Laraaji and Julien Baker live.

  • Briana Younger
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  • 4 days ago
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Pianist Inon Barnatan and the orchestra achieved a brilliant Piano Concerto No. 1.

  • Grace Jean
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  • Jul 15
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Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush reconvened to a more tense cultural climate, but they aren’t afraid to address tough issues in their songs.

Producer, DJ and scholar Tara Rodgers performs at Ten Tigers Parlour on Friday.

White Ford Bronco has sold out the 9:30 Club and the Rock and Roll Hotel — feats that some well-known “original” bands haven’t pulled off.

See Halsey, Japandroids, Randomer and Rich Homie Quan live.

  • Chris Kelly
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  • Jul 11
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His retrospective-like performance seemed engulfed by the giant venue; no more potshots at Drake.

  • Chris Kelly
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  • Jul 8
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Japanese “vocaloid” Hatsune Miku “performs” at the Anthem on Thursday.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • Jul 5
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The D.C. jazz bassist is always searching for new sounds and let loose on Monday night.

  • Michael J. West
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  • Jul 3
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The rising Maryland rapper performs at the Fillmore on Saturday night.

  • Review

Competing versions of Beethoven’s Seventh, one in a Latin mood, were just the start.

  • Patrick Rucker
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  • Jul 1
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Jim Weider’s tribute to guitarist Roy Buchanan (and his instrument) comes to the place it all began.

  • Geoffrey Himes
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  • Jun 28
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The District quartet performs at the Rock & Roll Hotel on Saturday.

See War on Women, Brodinski, Sam Smith and Mock Identity live.

  • Chris Kelly
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  • Jun 27
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Ian Koziara, in the title role, excelled at conquering “Idomeneo’s” hard songs. “Seven Deadly Sins” fell short of hipness.

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