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|Address:||2700 F Street Northwest|
Washington, DC 20566
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|Millennium Stage. Different performing and visual artists are featured each night. Free admission. (Performance - Interactive Theater) 202-467-4600.|
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|Tour -- John F. Kennedy Center. Meet at Level A Parking Plaza for tour led by members of Friends of the Kennedy Center.. (Educational - Walking Tour) 202-4168340..|
|02/21/16 7:00p||Living the Dream...Singing the Dream: A Choral Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. The Choral Arts Chorus and the Washington Performing Arts Gospel Choirs raise joyful voices in performing the powerful music tha (Arts - Concerts)|
|NSO Pops: Broadway Today with Jeremy Jordan & Betsy Wolfe. Broadway powerhouses Jeremy Jordan and Betsy Wolfe team up for a hit parade of contemporary musical theater tunes, including fre (Arts - Concerts)|
|NSO Family Concert: Let's Remix the Classix!. What would the classics sound like with a hip-hop beat? Join Grammy-nominated beatboxer and multi-instrumentalist Christylez Bac (Arts - Concerts)|
|National Symphony Orchestra: Christoph Eschenbach, conductor. Violinist Ray Chen makes his NSO debut in Bruch's Scottish Fantasy, which also spotlights Adriana Horne, NSO principal harp, in (Arts - Concert - Classical / Symphony)|
|National Symphony Orchestra: Christoph Eschenbach, Conductor: Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Piano. Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet returns to play Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 2 on a program that also includes Brahms's Symphony No. 3 (Arts - Concert - Classical / Symphony)|
|NSO Teddy Bear Concert: The String Thing. Ladies and gents, tots and teddy bears, step right up to this daring double act of classical fun! Bassist Paul DeNola and violin (Kids - Children's Activities)|
|03/16/16 8:00p||Organ Recital: Paul Jacobs, Organ. The Grammy-winning organist returns to the Concert Hall for another solo recital on the Rubenstein Family Organ. (Arts - Concert - Classical / Symphony)|
|National Symphony Orchestra: Osmo Vanska, Conductor: Nikolai Lugansky, Piano. Osmo Vanska returns to the NSO to conduct Brahms's Piano Concerto No. 1, featuring pianist Nikolai Lugansky, and Beethoven's Sym (Arts - Concert - Classical / Symphony)|
|National Symphony Orchestra: Cristian Macelaru, Conductor: Nikolaj Znaider, Violin. Nikolaj Znaider begins his NSO residency by playing Brahms's Violin Concerto on a program led by Cristian Macelaru that includes (Arts - Concert - Classical / Symphony)|
|National Symphony Orchestra: Nikolaj Znaider, Conductor: Benjamin Grosvenor, Piano. Nikolaj Znaider concludes his NSO residency by conducting a program that includes Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 27, featuring pian (Arts - Concert - Classical / Symphony)|
|National Symphony Orchestra: Hugh Wolff, Conductor: Anne Akiko Meyers, Violin. Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers joins the NSO's first performances of a violin concerto by new Kennedy Center Composer-in-Residence (Arts - Concert - Classical / Symphony)|
|04/15/16 9:00p||DECLASSIFIED: The B-Sides. DJ/composer extraordinaire Mason Bates brings Anne Akiko Meyers and the National Symphony Orchestra into the digital age in th (Arts - Concerts)|
|NSO Family Concert: Lights! Canvas! Music!. In this new program unlike any other NSO Family Concert, internationally acclaimed "speed painter" Dan Dunn joins the orchestra (Kids - Children's Activities)|
|National Symphony Orchestra: James Gaffigan, Conductor. Pink Martini's Storm Large sings Kurt Weill's wickedly delightful work in concert with vocal quartet Hudson Shad. The program in (Arts - Concert - Classical / Symphony)|
|04/29/16 9:00p||DECLASSIFIED: Cabaret of Sins. Storm Large sings The Seven Deadly Sins and cabaret songs in this multimedia mix of classical music flipped on its ear. (Arts - Concerts)|
|05/04/16 8:00p||Organ Recital: Christopher Houlihan. Christopher Houlihan, a young American organist, performs a solo recital on the Concert Hall's Rubenstein Family Organ. (Arts - Concert - Classical / Symphony)|
|National Symphony Orchestra: Andrew Litton, Conductor: Vadim Gluzman, Violin. Andrew Litton conducts an all-Russian program that includes Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto, featuring the NSO debut of violinist (Arts - Concert - Classical / Symphony)|
|National Symphony Orchestra: James MacMillan, Conductor: Alisa Weilerstein, Cello. Cellist Alisa Weilerstein returns to play Barber's Cello Concerto on a program featuring the NSO conducting debut of James MacMi|
|NSO Kinderclassics: Fancy That!. Sometimes it's fun to look fancy, but did you know that you can make music sound fancy, too? Graphic artist Marie Cheek joins NS (Kids - Children's Activities)|
|05/15/16 8:00p||Some Enchanted Evening - The Music of Rodgers and Hammerstein and the American Songbook with Renée Fleming and Norm Lewis. In this enchanting evening concert, Choral Arts celebrates the American musical with selections from Rodgers and Hammerstein and (Arts - Concerts) 202-244-3669.|
|NSO Pops: Boyz II Men. Boyz II Men brings Motownphilly to D.C. in an evening of smooth harmonies and award-winning No. 1 hits. (Arts - Concerts)|
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