The Kennedy Center - Concert Hall

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    $29.50 for $59.00 - Stravinsky's "firebird" - National Symphony at the Kennedy Center


    Like Beyonc's "Crazy in Love" or Lorde's "Royals," The Firebird was Igor Stravinsky's debut .. read moremusical piece and an instant success. The composer was a virtual unknown when he was commissioned to compose the music for a ballet about a prince who saves a firebird in exchange for future help. Stravinsky would later go on to compose The Rite of Spring , a piece that would cause riots at its debut, but you can listen to his less contentious beginnings when the National Symphony Orchestra performs his Firebird suite under the direction of conductor Rossen Milanov. Pianist Garrick Ohlsson is also slated to perform Busoni's Piano Concerto.

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    $31.00 for $62.00 - Choral Arts' Holiday Concert: "a Capital Christmas"


    Coming up on its 50th anniversary, the 170-voice Choral Arts Chorus is known for its festive s.. read moreeasonal celebrations, including the annual sing-along to Christmas favorites, A Capital Christmas . This year's embassy partner for the event is Argentina, so you can expect some yuletide tango and Latin-themed songs in the mix. Additionally, the event features some epic guitar mastery courtesy of famed rocker Jeff "Skunk" Baxter of The Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan, who will be present at the first performance. Guitar hero Michael Bard shares the shred for the latter two shows.

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    $24.50 for $49.00 - the Suzanne Farrell Ballet Dances Balanchine & Robbins


    George Balanchine's personal muse (and forbidden love), Suzanne Farrell will forever rank as o.. read morene of the greatest ballerinas of the 20th century and perhaps Balanchine's finest interpreter. Now Farrell, longtime star of the New York City Ballet and a 2005 Kennedy Center honoree, brings her company back to the Opera House for a mixed repertory program. Paying tribute to Balanchine, the company will present his 1951 version of Swan Lake along with his Allegro Brillante and Monumentum & Movements . Jerome Robbins' sublimely quirky meditation on Chopin, The Concert (or The Perils of Everybody) , rounds out this thrilling program from one of the nation's premier dance companies.

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Lydia R.
I had the opportunity to perform with the Washington National Opera as a child in two different operas. One of our venues was the Kennedy Center for the...

Candice H.
Multiple theaters in this center. Watched Little Dancer in Eisenhower and wow that is something not to miss!! The great thing about being in the smaller of...

Jaimey H.
Growing up the Kennedy Center was my regular home theater, so I'm kind of a snob when it comes to the theater. This is an excellent venue, with a rich...
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Rosalie Jones
It looks like every seat is a good one to see the National Symphony Orchestra. Awesome!
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Melissa Cecchine
The Kennedy Center is a gem in the heart of DC. Pure top notch entertainment. All of the shows I have seen there have been fantastic from opera, ballet, symphonies, aerial acrobatics, to live bands and more. I always am excited when I go there for an event. The Millenium Stage has free daily shows e....
Bryant Delka
Easily one of the best places to watch a variety of entertainment. I've been to the KenCen dozens of times now, and I've yet to have a bad seat (and that's saying something considering that I usually sit in the balcony). I am also glad that they don't allow you to bring food/drink into the theatre....
Charlotte Lewis
What a gem! This absolutely lovely performing arts center is always active, often with free events, and reasonably priced activities. Climb to the roof top and see the entire city. Also, on the weekends, they serve a price-fixed brunch up there with a live, 4-piece band and open kitchen buffet. It'....
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