Music in Metro DC including Concerts, Opera, Symphony & More

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Virginia Opera: Madama Butterfly

George Mason University Center for the Arts
Mar. 23 – 24
Puccini’s magnificent tragic masterpiece, Madama Butterfly. Revealing the depth of human emotion through lyrical duets and heartbreaking arias.

Washington National Opera: Faust

The Kennedy Center
Mar. 24 – 30
A deal with the devil goes awry in Gounod’s captivating tragedy.

Pablo Sáinz Villegas

George Mason University Center for the Arts
Fri. Apr 12
Guitar virtuoso Pablo Sáinz Villegas presents Americano, a program that traces the history of the guitar in the Americas.

Kristin Chenoweth

Mon. Apr 8
This Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress and singer delights audiences in every show and role, from film and television to voiceover and stage.

San Francisco Symphony

The Kennedy Center
Sat. Mar 23
Michael Tilson Thomas makes his momentous final appearance in Washington, D.C., as music director of the San Francisco Symphony.

Washington National Opera: Eugene Onegin

The Kennedy Center
Mar. 23 – 29
Time shifts desires—and one will regret his choice—in Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece of unrequited love and missed opportunities, inspired by Pushkin’s novel.

Los Gallos Negros - First Fridays: Groovin' On the Pike

Columbia Pike Branch Library
Fri. Apr 5
From rural son jarocho to urban mariachi styles and contemporary Caribbean rhythms, Los Gallos are an eclectic mus

Amanda Palmer

National Theatre
Fri. Apr 5
Amanda Palmer (co-founder of the Dresden Dolls) comes to D.C. for a concert in support of her first solo album in more than six years

Anoushka Shankar

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

Tastes of the Mediterranean

Folger Theatre
Mar. 29 – 31
Renaissance music of Spain and Italy offers a variety of tastes and flavors—from rustic to courtly to the sublime.

Annapolis Symphony Orchestra: Cosmic Depth

Sun. Mar 31
The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra (ASO) shares memorable symphonic music in this afternoon program.

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.


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