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2700 F Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20052.

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    $28.00 for $40.00 - Grammy-winning Jazz Singer Dianne Reeves and Friends

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    One of the world's foremost jazz vocalists, Grammy winner Dianne Reeves has electrified Kenned.. read morey Center audiences at Ren. e Fleming's American Voices festival and the Blue Note at 75 Celebration. Her "three-plus octaves, diva-like delivery, and intimate sense of song have long made her one of the most compelling vocalists in jazz," says the Seattle Times. Now, she returns to D. C. for a not-to-be missed evening in the Concert Hall. Along with her band, Reeves is bringing a few of her formidable friends to the stage. You'll see three-time Grammy-winning pianist Billy Childs, singer-songwriter and vocalist Raul Mid. n, and Grammy-winning drummer, composer, and bandleader Terri Lyne Carrington.

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    $10.00 for $15.00 - Nso Family Concert: "the Magic Horn ", with Magic Circle Mime Company

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    The acclaimed Magic Circle Mime Company brings symphonic music alive for younger audiences in .. read morethis National Symphony Orchestra Family Concert of Bruce Broughton's The Magic Horn. In this Arabian Nights -influenced piece, Sahara Bob, an adventurer with a crate full of exotic musical instruments, meets the Genie of the Magic Horn and unleashes musical magic. You'll also hear selections from Edvard Grieg's Peer Gynt suites and "Bacchanale" from Camille Saint-Sa. ns' Samson and Delilah. And with a one-hour running time, this visual concert at Washington, D. C. 's Kennedy Center is the perfect introduction to the world of classical music. There will also be a musical instrument "petting zoo" one hour before the 2:00pm show, where kids can try out some of the instruments they'll be hearing, and a kids' Q&A after the 4:00pm show.

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    $69.00 for $69.00 - "the Book of Mormon" at the Kennedy Center

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    Hailed by The New York Times as "the best musical of this century" and the winner of nine To.. read moreny Awards, The Book of Mormon is the blockbuster Broadway smash from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, and the Oscar-winning composer of Disney's Frozen and Avenue Q , Bobby Lopez. This outrageous musical comedy follows the misadventures of a mismatched pair of missionaries, sent halfway across the world to spread the Good Word. Now, with standing-room only productions in London, on Broadway and across North America, The Book of Mormon has truly become an international sensation.

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    $41.50 for $59.00 - American Ballet Theatre at the Kennedy Center: "cinderella", Balanchine & More

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    D. C. ballet fans line up every year for American Ballet Theatre's annual performances at The .. read moreKennedy Center. Why? Because they're about to see the best ballet dancers in America, performing at one of the most famous venues in the country. This year's no exception, as ABT returns with Ashton's romantic Cinderella plus a program featuring Balanchine's Theme and Variations , Tudor's Pillar of Fire and de Mille's Rodeo. Set to Prokofiev's timeless score, Frederick Ashton's comic (and meta) take on Cinderella is a loving homage to the classical tradition of the Petipa, and centers around a put-upon dancer who dreams of becoming a ballerina. The mixed rep show features a trifecta of pieces by master choreographers. Leading off the show, Balanchine's Theme and Variations is an ode to classical Russian ballet set to Tchaikovsky's Suite No. 3 for Orchestra. Then, Antony Tudor's passionate Pillar of Fire tells an anguish-filled tale of unrequited love, and Agnes de Mille's Rodeo closes things out with a love story set in the American Southwest.

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    $35.00 for $50.00 - New York City Ballet Brings Two Programs to the Kennedy Center, Including Balanchine Trilogy

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    New York City Ballet, one of the world's foremost dance companies, returns to D. C. 's Kennedy.. read more Center for two programs of new and old works, including three iconic pieces by its founder George Balanchine. Set to scores by Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky and Bizet respectively, the Balanchine program, 20th-Century Classics , features Serenade , the first ballet the Russian-born choreographer created in America; Agon , his ceaselessly inventive modern gem for 12 dancers clad in stark black and white; and lastly, Balanchine's spectacular Symphony in C , a piece composed for more than 50 dancers. The alternate program, 21st-Century Choreographers , ushers more recent works into the limelight, including Max Richter's This Bitter Earth , set to an electronic remix of Dinah Washington's song of the same name, and Justin Peck's Everywhere We Go , set to an evocative score by the quirky indie musician Sufjan Stevens.

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    $34.50 for $49.00 - American Ballet Theatre: Balanchine's "theme and Variations" at the Kennedy Center

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    D. C. ballet fans line up every year for American Ballet Theatre's annual performances at The .. read moreKennedy Center. Why? Because they're about to see the best ballet dancers in America, performing at one of the most famous venues in the country. At this action-packed show, the company presents a trifecta of pieces by master choreographers. Leading off the show, Balanchine's Theme and Variations is an ode to classical Russian ballet set to Tchaikovsky's Suite No. 3 for Orchestra. Then, Antony Tudor's passionate Pillar of Fire tells an anguish-filled tale of unrequited love, and Agnes de Mille's Rodeo closes things out with a love story set in the American southwest and danced to a rousing score by Aaron Copland.

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    $20.00 for $40.00 - "victory Road": Modern Dance Inspired by Alt Country Band

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    Any fan of Jason and the Scorchers knows it's impossible not to dance when this pioneering c.. read moreowpunk band starts playing. Now Bowen McCauley Dance (BMD) has elevated this impulse to the level of high art in the daring new collaborative project, Victory Road. Led by famed choreographer Lucy Bowen McCauley, BMD has transformed the life and music of the band's founder, Jason Ringenberg, into movement, creating an artistic journey set to the sounds of Appalachian folk, gospel, country and rock. Experience this double-shot of artistic genius live as "D. C. 's premier contemporary dance company" ( The Washington Post ) embodies the music of the band credited with "rewriting the history of rock 'n' roll in the South" ( Rolling Stone ) at The Kennedy Center's Terrace Theater.

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11/01/14
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...

11/26/14
Ax C.
Always a top notch place. My thoughts on two recently visited locales: Terrace Theater: A very nice little makeshift Jazz theater, dubbed the KC Jazz...

11/02/14
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...
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10/25/13
Rosalie Jones
It looks like every seat is a good one to see the National Symphony Orchestra. Awesome!
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rating 4.6 out of 5
02/14/15
Kerri Anton
Have seen many plays, musicals and ballets here. This particular visit was to see Handel's Messiah. Got last minute cheap seats so they weren't particularly great but still able to hear and see everything. Good acoustics even when on the high boxes. Crowds move in and out of the main theatre well. D....
11/01/14
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....
08/26/14
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....
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