The Kennedy Center

As one of the nation's busiest cultural institutions, the Kennedy Center is both a living memorial to President John F. Kennedy and a world-class performing arts destination. Each year, the Center hosts more than 3,000 performances of music, dance, and theater across a multitude of stages – from grand venues like the Opera House, Eisenhower Theater, and Concert Hall – home of the National Symphony Orchestra and the Wasington National Opera – to more intimate spaces like the Family Theater, Terrace Theater, and KC Jazz Club.

Feb. 19 – 21Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet (Online)
Wed. Apr 28So Percussion with Caroline Shaw          
Sun. May 2NSO Family: Because
May. 6 – 8Tjeknavorian plays Khachaturian | Jurowski conducts Tchaikovsky
May. 6 – 23In the MOment: A Drawing Dance
May. 8 – 22La bohème
Tue. May 11Dover Quartet
May. 13 – 15Tao plays Tchaikovsky
Sat. May 15Elizabeth Mitchell
Tue. May 18Opera Master Class with Angel Blue
May. 20 & 22Beethoven at 250
May. 20 – 22Paul Taylor Dance Company
Sun. May 23Augustin Hadelich
May. 25 – Jun. 13Jesus Christ Superstar
May. 26 & 27Beethoven at 250
Jun. 1 – 6Story Pirates
Jun. 2 & 3Beethoven at 250
Jun. 5 & 6Beethoven at 250
Jun. 8 – 13Freestyle Love Supreme
Jun. 10 – 12Beethoven at 250
Sun. Jun 13The Kennedy Center Chamber Players: Previn, Poulenc, and Brahms
Jun. 22 – 27Oklahoma!
Jun. 22 – 27Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Wed. Jun 23Trey Anastasio
Jun. 29 – Jul. 18Dear Evan Hansen
Jul. 3 – 11Blue
Jul. 21 – Sep. 5Disney’s Frozen
Jul. 28 – Aug. 8The Band’s Visit
Aug. 10 – Sep. 5Hadestown

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