Washington Performing Arts

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For more than 50 years, Washington Performing Arts has served artists, audiences, students, and civic life in the D.C. area. The city is truly our stage: in concert halls, clubs, public parks, and other venues, we present both emerging and established artists in a range of art forms, including classical music, jazz, international genres, and more. In all we do, we are guided by the motto of our founder, Patrick Hayes: “Everybody in, nobody out.”

Sun. Mar 24Christina and Michelle Naughton, pianos
Sun. Mar 31Veronica Swift & the U.S. Air Force Band
Tue. Apr 2On the Air: A Glenn Miller Swing Celebration
Sat. Apr 6Chucho Valdés
Wed. Apr 10Dreamers’ Circus
Sat. Apr 13Dénes Várjon
Tue. Apr 23Yevgeny Kutik, violin & Anna Polonsky, piano
Sat. Apr 27VeVe & tha Rebels and DuPont Brass
Sun. Apr 28Itzhak Perlman, violin & Evgeny Kissin, piano
Tue. Apr 30The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border (Francisco Cantú)
Wed. May 1Joshua Bell, violin; Steven Isserlis, cello; Jeremy Denk, piano
Sat. May 4Philharmonix
Tue. May 7Across a Hundred Mountains (Reyna Grande)
Thu. May 9Transfigured Nights
Tue. May 21Evgeny Kissin, piano
Sat. Jun 1Carlos Henriquez Octet
Fri. Jun 7Washington Performing Arts Gospel Choirs

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Washington Performing Arts

1400 K Street NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005
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