Multi-Cultural Events

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WORLD STAGES: Cirkus Cirkör: Limits 

The Kennedy Center
Mar. 6 – 9
From Tilde Björfors and Sweden’s Cirkus Cirkör, Limits will turn perspectives on their heads.

Anoushka Shankar

Sixth & I
Sat. Mar 23
sitar virtuoso and cross-genre adventurer Anoushka Shankar returns to her roots in North Indian classical music.

Gina Chavez

AMP by Strathmore
Sun. Apr 7
From Venezuela to Saudi Arabia, audiences around the world have been moved by her passionate blend of bilingual folk-pop.

The Jewish Queen Lear

Davis Performing Arts Center, Georgetown University
Mar. 13 – Apr. 7
Gordin’s masterpiece of Yiddish theater shines in a scintillating new English translation.

Kodo

George Mason University Center for the Arts
Sat. Mar 16
Experience the electrifying wall of sound that completely fills the hall when the athletic artists of Kodo take the stage to perform the ancient Japanese art of taiko drumming.

Nicholas Payton: Afro-Caribbean Mixtape

The Kennedy Center
Fri. Mar 15
The New Orleans–born trumpeter, pianist, singer, and composer presents his signature BAM, “Black American Music,” exploring art beyond the confines of genre classification.

WORLD STAGES: The Last Supper

The Kennedy Center
Mar. 14 – 16
Darkly comedic satire highlights the harsh indifference of the bourgeoisie in Egypt and the hollow exchanges which masquerade as human connection.

Chucho Valdés

Sixth & I
Sat. Apr 6
Jazz piano doesn’t get more immediate, awe-inspiring, or electrifying than this: the towering virtuoso, Afro-Cuban jazz icon.

Direct Current: TU Dance + Bon Iver's Come Through

The Kennedy Center
Mon. Mar 25
TU Dance, known for works that combine modern dance and classical ballet with African-based and urban vernacular movements.

Contra-tiempo

Dance Place
Mar. 15 – 16
Ana Maria Alvarez’s newest participatory and provocative “Urban-Latin” dance theater work takes on joy as a revolutionary practice.

Eat, Shop, Love! At The World Bazaar

Silver Spring Civic Building at Veterans Plaza
Fri. Mar 8
Eat, Shop, LOVE World Bazaar with food, crafts, performances, and more!

Danú

George Mason University Center for the Arts
Sun. Mar 17
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with an authentic Irish music experience the whole family will enjoy!

Spotlights

Oil

Olney Theatre Center
Feb. 27 – Mar. 31

Diego Guerrero in concert

Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain
Mon. Mar 11

Téada

BlackRock Center for the Arts
Sat. Mar 2

The Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire

Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Thru Jun. 1, 2020

María Terremoto in concert

Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain
Tue. Mar 12

Contra-tiempo

Dance Place
Mar. 15 – 16

Doubtful

Landmark's Bethesda Row Cinema
Wed. Mar 6

A Right to the City

Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum
Thru Apr. 20, 2020

Ananya Dance Theatre

Dance Place
Mar. 30 – 31

Kalanidhi Dance

Dance Place
Feb. 23 – 24

The Jewish Queen Lear

Davis Performing Arts Center, Georgetown University
Mar. 13 – Apr. 7
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