By Emily Cary | 05/10/13 02:05 PM
Brian Stokes Mitchell regards Washington as his second home, and no wonder. Whether he is performing at the Kennedy Center, George Mason University or another area venue, he packs the house with fervent fans. On Mother's Day, he joins the Choral Arts Society of Washington for an afternoon of...
By Emily Cary | 05/09/13 03:00 PM
Cellist Maya Beiser reveals her instrument's vast capabilities in "Time Loops," the album of mystical works written for her by composer and pianist Michael Harrison. NPR placed it among the top 10 recordings of 2012. This week, Beiser and Harrison share its centerpiece, "Just Ancient Loops," in...
By Emily Cary | 05/07/13 03:15 PM
Septime Webre, artistic director of the Washington Ballet, has topped himself with "Hemingway: The Sun Also Rises," his latest production making its world premiere this week at the Kennedy Center. Three years ago, his company journeyed to the Roaring '20s via his unique choreographing of F....
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