The Kennedy Center - Concert Hall

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    $20.00 for $32.00 - Mehliana: Jazzy Dance-funk from Pianist Brad Mehldau & Drummer Mark Guiliana


    Grammy-nominated jazz pianist Brad Mehldau and sought-after percussionist Mark Guiliana merge .. read moreinto the duo Mehliana -- and bring their improvisational electronic dance-funk to the Crossroads Club performance space within the Kennedy Center's Atrium. Working his magic on a variety of synthesizers including a Fender Rhodes, Mehldau's melodies mesh seamlessly with Guiliana's precision beats to produce a smooth post-modern groove. Mehldau was a member of the Joshua Redman Quartet before headlining his own trio, and is famed for his innovative single-hands technique, while Guiliana's recorded and/or performed with Meshell Ndegeocello, Matisyahu, Avishai Cohen and more.

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    $29.50 for $59.00 - Nso: Pianist Angela Hewitt Plays Mozart, David Zinman Conducts


    Canadian pianist and former child prodigy Angela Hewitt may be best known for her nine-year re.. read morecording project featuring a complete cycle of Bach's major keyboard works, but for her National Symphony Orchestra debut, she'll perform Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 22. As heard in the award-winning film Amadeus , that diverse work includes difficult solos and a lively finale that's book-ended by a poignant minuet. Conductor David Zinman leads the NSO through another famous film theme as well, Strauss' Also sprach Zarathustra , so compellingly used in Stanley Kubrick's ground-breaking 2001: A Space Odyssey .

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    $29.50 for $59.00 - Nso: Organist Paul Jacobs Plays Poulenc, Matthew Halls Conducts


    The majestic new Rubenstein Family Organ gets a first-class workout under the masterful contro.. read morel of 2011 Grammy winner Paul Jacobs, who makes his debut with the National Symphony Orchestra to perform Poulenc's stirring 1938 Organ Concerto. Conductor Matthew Halls also leads the orchestra through J. S. Bach's Prelude and Fugue, leading to an exciting finale featuring Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 2. They'll not only be joined by the Washington Chorus for what's known as the "Lobgesang" symphony, they'll also welcome sopranos Tamara Wilson and Twyla Robinson and tenor Paul Appleby for this thrilling vocal-orchestral masterpiece.

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    $48.00 for $69.00 - "evita": Tim Rice N Musical at the Kennedy Center


    Hailed as a modern masterpiece, Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Tony Award-winning musical .. read more Evita is now back in the nation's capital with a new Broadway touring production. Following the unforgettable true story of former Argentine first lady Eva Pern, Evita showcases its namesake lead's meteoric rise from the slums to the presidential mansion, where she became a champion of the poor and one of the most powerful women in the modern world. Caroline Bowman ( Kinky Boots , Wicked , Spamalot ) plays Eva, whose greed, outsized ambition and fragile health also made her story a tragic one. Featuring songs like "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" and "High Flying, Adored," this Evita production is directed by Michael Grandage ( Red ) and choreographed by Rob Ashford ( Thoroughly Modern Millie ), both Tony-winning artists.

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    $24.00 for $48.00 - Bach's Majestic Mass in B Minor: Choral Arts at the Kennedy Center


    Conductor Scott Tucker leads several esteemed soloists and the Choral Arts Chorus in a perform.. read moreance of Johann Sebastian Bach's sublime Mass in B Minor at The Kennedy Center Concert Hall. This musical setting of the entire Latin mass is famed for its brilliant harmonies, instrumental solos and depth of feeling. Completed in 1749, after taking Bach 15 years to complete, the choral masterwork has been called a "cathedral in sound," highlighted by its beautiful arias and glittering choruses. The beloved Baroque composer died a year after finishing the magnum opus and never heard it performed in its entirety. Don't miss this transcendent musical experience as it's brought to vivid life by the acclaimed Choral Arts.

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Ben A.
I finally made it to the Kennedy Center last night to see a show, the first time I have been there since I moved to DC. The place is beautiful, and you...

Tosha B.
I came to the Kennedy Center last night to watch The Lion King and had an awesome time. When we arrived, the doors hadn't opened yet, so we went out to the...

Annie T.
I love going to the Kennedy Center! It has such a nice polished feel. I came here to see Side Show with my sister. The performance was at the Eisenhower...
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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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Jan Jones
I had broken my foot/ankle prior to seeing "The Book of Mormon". I called to see if I could get a wheelchair, but I had no idea what service came with that request!! The porter at the front entrance wheeled me all the way down the Hall to the Opera House. He handed me to an usher who whizz....
Concha Johnson
Today, we went to the Kennedy Center for a tour, petting zoo and kinderconcert. We brought two kindergarten classes and a first grade. The experience was amazing. We had two tour guides one of which was Ms. Carol Berman. Both were informative, friendly and most accommodating with our little ones. We....
Adam Robinson
The Kennedy Center is iconic for a reason. Insanely high ceilings as you walk in make you feel tiny and walking out and getting a view of the river, Arlington and Georgetown while sipping on a glass of wine before your show is pretty amazing. The attendants here are always friendly and helpful and t....
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