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Renovated in 1997, the Concert Hall is the largest performance space in the Kennedy Center, seating 2,465. This state-of-the-art facility, which originally opened in 1971, sets new standards for accessibility and sound with a high-tech acoustical canopy, accessible locations on every level, and new seating sections (onstage boxes, chorister seats, and parterre seats). The 7 famous Hadeland crystal chandeliers, a gift from Norway, are repositioned to clear the field of view from the Second tier center. Behind the stage you will note the organ, a generous gift by Kennedy Center Chairman David M. Rubenstein, given on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Kennedy Center and the 80th anniversary of the NSO.

For more information on the organ’s specifications click here.

Now performing in the Concert Hall :

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The Choral Arts Society of Washington presents: A Capital Christmas

Description:

A Capital Christmas
The Choral Arts Society of Washington
Scott Tucker, conductor
Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, guitar
Choral Arts Chorus

Capture the holiday spirit at one of Choral Arts's annual Christmas concerts. Hear the Choral Arts Chorus perform your holiday favorites, and enjoy carols from Argentina, this year's embassy partner. Experience the versatility of Jeff "Skunk" Baxter on his guitars, which will showcase sounds that range from warm and rich to almost like the sounds of a harp or the singing voice. Join in for the popular carol sing, and leave with the joy of Christmas in your heart.

Performance Timing: 90 minutes, with no intermission.