The fundraising concert and 14-track album will harness a broad swath of the city’s punk and electro-oriented musicians.

  • Mark Jenkins
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The former Walkmen frontman’s show with collaborator Rostam Batmanglij hints at a solo career even better than his impressive past work.

  • Patrick Foster
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“Dead Man Walking” and Terence Blanchard’s “Champion” are focus of WNO’s spring season.

The artist paints a picture rather than unleashes a political tirade in her neo-soul, slam-poetry-inflected raps.

  • Chris Kelly
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The Northwest D.C. native stretches his voice box in his musical ‘self-portraits.’

  • Julyssa Lopez
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The wild-eyed District band performs carefully crafted new songs at Slash Run.

Black History Month events, wine and music, a play about Lizzie Borden and more.

Sandrine Piau infuses songs about nightly escape with earnest heartbreak and longing.

  • Simon Chin
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His prolific career was marked by jawdropping range and creative restlessness.

The maestro also conducted major orchestras in England and Japan.

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The Aizuri Quartet performs a Beethoven-centric program at the Kennedy Center.

  • Robert Battey
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The smart, efficient production brought the brief opéra comique fully to life with vivid playing and singing.

His work on Brown’s single “Funky Drummer” became a widely sampled drum break.

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  • 3 days ago
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For “La Scene Miniature,” which depicts the murder scene in “The Stranger,” a quartet re-created the narrative in a visceral way.

  • Grace Jean
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  • 4 days ago
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Before there was ‘Fidelio,’ there was ‘Leonore,’ and two versions of it are coming to the District.

The actor and singer-songwriter performs at the Birchmere on Feb. 26.

  • Roger Catlin
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  • 6 days ago
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The prospect of stories in music may not sell tickets - but it can make for a great evening.

The trumpeter-composer’s D.C. performance was adventurous and political.

  • Michael J. West
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  • Feb 16
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A film exploring a music style unique to the Washington region will be previewed in a sold-out screening at AMP by Strathmore on Feb. 25.

  • Terence McArdle
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  • Feb 16
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The British-born musician brings his joyful vibes and quiet rebellion to the Black Cat.

  • Christopher Kompanek
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  • Feb 16
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