A look at some of the famous people — and alumni — who’ve paid a visit to the renowned school for the arts in Washington.
March 2, 2012 Acclaimed singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson, whose career spans four decades, enjoyed the music and dancing at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts performance of his hits. Robinson spoke to the students and also answered questions. At a news conference, he talked about his upcoming appearance Saturday in the Performance Series of Legends 2012, a benefit concert for the school at the Kennedy Center. Mark Gail/The Washington Post Buy Photo