Chamber Music Vocal/Choral Music Washington Performing Arts Presentations Jazz Popular/World Music Millennium Stage Presentations
A rendering, above, of The REACH - the planned expansion of The Kennedy Center which will open on September 7. The REACH will be a living theater where diverse art forms converge to break down the boundaries between audience and art. It will be an immersive learning center, a public incubator, and a set of dynamic, collaborative spaces where art happens so close audiences can reach out and touch it. To read more about The Reach, visit: https://reach.kennedy-center.org/
The NSO, conducted by Nathalie Stutzmann, will perform Mozart's Overture to Don Giovanni on June 18 & 19. The program will include Mozart’s Symphonies No. 25 and 40, plus his Horn Concerto No. 4 featuring NSO Principal Horn Abel Pereira, who is pictured below.
The NSO, led by Nathalie Stutzmann, will perform Mozart's Jupiter Symphony and the Overture to The Magic Flute, June 21 & 22. The concert will feature Principal Musicians Aaron Goldman and Adriana Horne, who is picture below, in the Concerto for Flute and Harp.
The NSO Pops will present 50 Years Over the Rainbow: A Judy Garland Celebration in the Concert Hall on June 28 & 29. The NSO and singers Laura Osnes, Capathia Jenkins, and Jimmie Herrod will remember "the immortal music and extraordinary cultural impact of Judy Garland—star of The Wizard of Oz, Easter Parade, Meet Me in St. Louis, A Star Is Born, and countless more movies." Image below: Artwork for the celebration of Judy Garland.
including Fortas Chamber Music Concerts Kennedy Center Chamber Players Young Concert Artists Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio and more
For a Complete List of upcoming Vocal/Choral Music Concerts visit www.kennedy-center.org/ including Choral Arts Society of DC, The Washington Chorus, Vocal Arts DC Renee Fleming VOICES, Mason Bates KC Jukebox
Washington Performing Arts Presentations
Patrick Hayes - Founder of Washington Performing Arts
For a complete listing of Washington Performing Arts presentations
The Kennedy Center will present Grammy®- nominee, singer, songwriter, and producer Eric Roberson in the Eisenhower Theater on June 29. Roberson has broken boundaries as "an independent artist in an industry dominated by major labels, manufactured sounds, and mainstream radio." He headlines sold-out tours across the country.
Tituss Burgess, the SAG & Emmy®-nominated actor, musician, and writer, will perform in the Concert Hall on July 27. Burgess is an acclaimed singer and songwriter and has headlined major symphonies and top cabaret venues throughout the world. In addition to his work on Broadway, Burgess starred as Titus Andromedon in Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and as the scene-stealing D'Fwan in NBC’s 30 Rock. He will perform hits from the stage and screen.
Yoga Sangeeta will presents Raga Maya Raga Sagara: Music for Meditation and Healing in the Concert Hall on July 6. "Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji spreads the message of peace and harmony through his concerts to benefit thousands all over the world, and now he graces the Concert Hall with his scintillating melodies."
Image below:Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji