Music in Metro DC including Concerts, Opera, Symphony & More
Find DC music concerts, performances and recitals including classical, opera, pop, rock, country, recitals and more. CultureCapital.com gives you quick and easy access to Metro DC concert schedules with links to the presenters to purchase tickets.
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Leon Fleisher & FriendsThe Kennedy Center
Sat. Feb 9 Join us as we fête esteemed pianist and pedagogue Leon Fleisher on the occasion of his 90th birthday, where he’ll perform solo and duo works.
Living the Dream, Singing the DreamThe Kennedy Center
Sun. Feb 17 Washington Performing Arts’ Gospel Choirs have shared the inspirational gift of gospel music with audiences throughout the D.C. region and beyond.
Thu. Feb 21 Lauded as an “outstanding ensemble” by The New York Times, this exciting young quartet burst onto the scene just five years ago and they’ve already impressed us with their intensity, their expressiveness, and their passion for expanding the canon by performing works by living composers.
Lara Downes, pianoSixth & I
Sat. Feb 23 Lara Downes has channeled her prodigious creativity into an intimate program of solo and ensemble works that pays tribute to women past and present who are composers and poets.
National Symphony Orchestra: Renée Fleming sings SchubertThe Kennedy Center
Jan. 18 – 20 Renée Fleming returns for an all-Schubert program.
Julia Nixon Sings Burt Bacharach and Hal David with the Dave Ylvisaker DozenDumbarton United Methodist Church
Sat. Jan 26 Julia Nixon has been one Washington’s finest and most popular singers for more than 30 years. Longtime collaborator, Pianist Dave Ylvisaker, leads a 12-person band complete with horns, strings and backing vocalists that includes some of the area’s most accomplished musicians.
Royal Concertgebouw OrchestraThe Kennedy Center
Wed. Feb 13 Royal Concertgebouw returns to D.C. with a program evoking emperors and heroes.
Metropolitan Jazz OrchestraGeorge Mason University's Center for the Arts
Sat. Jan 26 Travel back to the era of big bands and dancehalls when Benny Goodman was “The King of Swing” with “Renaissance” clarinetist Eddie Daniels and Northern Virginia’s treasured favorite, the Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra.
Ladysmith Black MambazoStrathmore
Fri. Feb 8 With an infectious sense of joy, Ladysmith Black Mambazo spreads a message of peace, hope, and love at every concert through melody and dance.
NSO Pops: An Evening with Brandy NorwoodThe Kennedy Center
Jan. 25 – 26 In her first collaboration with a live orchestra, the multi-platinum, Grammy®-winning singer/actress performs favorites from her iconic career.
Rain: A Tribute To The BeatlesStrathmore
Sat. Mar 2 In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the release of Abbey Road, RAIN will bring the greatest hits to life in addition to all your early favorites.
Rosanne Cash & BandStrathmore
Fri. Mar 1 Bold and commanding, Cash is a masterful storyteller with a rich, evocative voice.
Virtuosic Violin with Alessandra Cuffaro & Simeone TartaglioneArts Barn
Sat. Jan 26
National Philharmonic: The DebutStrathmore
Sat. Feb 23
Maryland Lyric Opera: Lucia di LammermoorThe Clarice
Jan. 24 – 26
In Series: From U Street to the Cotton ClubSource Theatre
Jan. 18 – 20
Victoria VoxBlackRock Center for the Arts
Thu. Feb 21
The Okee Dokee BrothersThe Alden
Sat. Feb 23
Czech National Symphony OrchestraGeorge Mason University's Center for the Arts
Sat. Feb 23
Music at Dumbarton Oaks - Polonsky-Shifrin-Wiley TrioDumbarton Oaks
Feb. 10 – 11
Tali RubinsteinBlackRock Center for the Arts
Sat. Feb 2
Soul CrackerAMP by Strathmore
Sat. Feb 23
Harold Melvin & the Blue NotesHarmony Hall Regional Center
Sat. Feb 16
Chiarina Chamber Players: OdysseysSaint Mark's Episcopal Church
Sun. Jan 27