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Noseda and NSO offer light music with dark undertones in an all-American program.
“The Dictator’s Wife” falls flat, but WNO’s festival of new opera is on the right track.
Sir Mark Elder conducted an entertaining evening of Rimsky-Korsakov, Ravel and, again, “The Firebird.”
A gifted countertenor receives the Marian Anderson award.
No one imagined that, by the time of the premiere, the satire about authoritarian regimes might hit so close to home.
With its sixth annual In Your Neighborhood series, the orchestra seeks to extend its reach.
Do the Kennedy Center Honors reward excellence or popularity? Even they aren’t sure.
For some, the presents handed out would offer enlightenment.
The Met stages its first opera by a female composer in more than a century, and though it may not be an opera, it sure is lovely.
Chee-Yun and the legend of the buried violin.
Handel expert Laurence Cummings brings fluidity and tenderness to this year’s outing
The U-Md. Symphony Orchestra’s “Great Migration” and the InSeries’s “Goyescas.”
Virginia Opera offers a “Barber of Seville” that’s as much fun as the opera is supposed to be.
The pianist demonstrates chaotic brilliance, on stage and off.
Osvaldo Golijov won’t be writing a new opera for the Met. But neither will a number of other composers the company commissioned.
The great orchestra made the most of yet another Mahler Fifth at the Kennedy Center.
We offer free advice to the Kennedy Center Honors producers
The entire Washington Concert Opera case showed why “Hérodiade” was once popular.
The Castleton Festival put Joyce El-Khoury on the map. Six years later, she’s reaping the rewards.