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[Photo from the  February 27, 2015 performance.]

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The trailblazing dance troupe graces the stage with its risky, experimental dance works and masterpieces by legendary pioneers in African American dance.
Featured Artist(s): Lula Washington Dance Theatre

[Photo from the  February 26, 2015 performance.]

February 26, 2015 - This performance is not available for viewing.

The New York Times has called Hari Kondabolu “one of the most exciting political comics in stand-up today.” Hari served as a writer and correspondent on the Chris Rock–produced television show Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell on FX, and has performed on the Late Show with David Letterman, Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show. Opening set by Elahe Izadi. This program contains mature themes and strong language. Free general admission tickets will be distributed in the States Gallery starting at approximately 5:30 p.m., up to 2 tickets per person. IN THE TERRACE THEATER
Featured Artist(s): Hari Kondabolu

[Photo from the  February 25, 2015 performance.]

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The D.C. group presents Dance Music of the Americas, featuring Ginastera, Copland, Stravinsky, and Arturo Márquez. The program also features Metropolitan Opera soprano Harolyn Blackwell as guest soloist in the orchestral premiere of excerpts from Ricky Ian Gordon’s Genius Child, and in the spiritual “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands.” Free general admission tickets will be distributed in the States Gallery starting at approximately 5:30 p.m., up to 2 tickets per person. IN THE TERRACE THEATER
Featured Artist(s): Apollo Orchestra , Harolyn Blackwell

[Photo from the  February 24, 2015 performance.]

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The quintet performs classic and modern jazz standards led by TSgt Grant Langford.
Featured Artist(s): U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note

[Photo from the  February 23, 2015 performance.]

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The dancer presents an original dance work that serves as testimony and a tribute to Sarah Baartman, a South African woman better known as the Hottentot Venus, but also as an ode to black women. They Call Her Venus, created in collaboration with Paco Dècina, melds traditional Afro-Caribbean moves with contemporary aesthetics.
Featured Artist(s): Chantal Loial

[Photo from the  February 22, 2015 performance.]

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Students perform Cantigas de Santa Maria by a Spanish Renaissance composer, arias for soprano by R. Strauss, songs by Brahms for tenor, Mey’s Musique de Tables for percussion, York’s Fantasia for Four Violas, and solo piano works by Chopin and Balakirev. Part of the Conservatory Project. IN THE TERRACE THEATER
Featured Artist(s): The Peabody Institute at the Johns Hopkins University

[Photo from the  February 21, 2015 performance.]

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Students perform perform Mozart’s Piano Quartet in G minor and R. Strauss’s Piano Quartet in C minor. Part of the Conservatory Project. IN THE TERRACE THEATER
Featured Artist(s): Yale School of Music

[Photo from the  February 20, 2015 performance.]

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Students perform a violin sonata by Debussy; Liszt’s Sposalizio from Années de Pèlerinage for piano; songs by Haydn, R. Strauss, and Menotti for soprano; and a string quartet by Bartók. Part of the Conservatory Project. IN THE TERRACE THEATER
Featured Artist(s): The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music

[Photo from the  February 19, 2015 performance.]

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Students perform a work for bassoon and piano by Tamplini, various vocal selections for soprano, a string quartet by Brahms, and the Firebird Suite for piano by Stravinsky. Part of the Conservatory Project. IN THE TERRACE THEATER
Featured Artist(s): The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, & Dance

[Photo from the  February 18, 2015 performance.]

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Students play Bach’s Violin Partita BWV 1002 on marimba, Peskin’s Trumpet Concerto No. 1, the Andante Favori in F by Beethoven, Tableaux, Op. 33 by Rachmaninoff, and contemporary works by Eric Sammut, Gabriel Novak, and Jasmine Choi. Part of the Conservatory Project. IN THE TERRACE THEATER
Featured Artist(s): Cleveland Institute of Music

[Photo from the  February 16, 2015 performance.]

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Students perform a Beethoven String Quartet, Weirich’s Steamboat Stomp for French Horn solo, a soprano aria by Verdi, and Ouyang’s brand new Three Pieces for Piano. Part of the Conservatory Project. IN THE TERRACE THEATER
Featured Artist(s): The Shepherd School of Music at Rice University

[Photo from the  February 15, 2015 performance.]

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Students perform Prokofiev’s Overture on Hebrew Themes for sextet, a string quartet by Arensky, and vocal works for bass-baritone by Rachmaninoff. Part of the Conservatory Project. IN THE TERRACE THEATER
Featured Artist(s): The Curtis Institute of Music

[Photo from the  February 14, 2015 performance.]

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The New York City–based pianist presents a program of classical and contemporary solo piano works inspired by dreams and delirium. It includes works by Fred Hersch, William Albright, Nikolai Kapustin, Toby Twining, Ravel, and a world premiere of a commissioned work for piano and multimedia by Daniel Bernard Roumain.
Featured Artist(s): Eunbi Kim

[Photo from the  February 13, 2015 performance.]

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The Howard University group, directed by Reginald Golden, performs its energetic gospel music. The ensemble is formed by students, alumni, and community members, and is the first college choir of its kind.
Featured Artist(s): Howard Gospel Choir of Howard University

[Photo from the  February 12, 2015 performance.]

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The New York–based singer-songwriter, guitarist, and drummer, best known for her work with Os Mutantes and Pistolera, re-interprets classic love and protest songs that narrate Latin America’s history and influenced her own life story.
Featured Artist(s): Ani Cordero

[Photo from the  February 11, 2015 performance.]

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The group returns with its trademark shadow puppetry that features a collection of six signature vignettes based on Chinese folklore. Presented in collaboration with the Embassy of China.
Featured Artist(s): Shaanxi Folk Art Theatre

[Photo from the  February 10, 2015 performance.]

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The New Orleans singer-songwriter and his trio perform original works in his colorful troubadour style, shaped with storytelling.
Featured Artist(s): Andrew Duhon

[Photo from the  February 9, 2015 performance.]

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Straight from the Central Conservatory Preparatory School in China, the group makes their Kennedy Center debut.
Featured Artist(s): Beijing Chamber Players

[Photo from the  February 8, 2015 performance.]

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San Francisco Bay area actor Lorri Holt performs the show written by Zack Rogow and based on Shipwrecked on a Traffic Island and Other Previously Untranslated Gems, a collection of Colette’s work.
Featured Artist(s): Lorri Holt

[Photo from the  February 7, 2015 performance.]

February 7, 2015 - This performance is not available for viewing.

One of America’s favorite dance companies offers a special group workshop for beginners. Learn choreography from Revelations, the company’s most iconic work. Master Teacher for Arts in Education and former dancer with the Alvin Ailey company, Nasha Thomas-Schmitt teaches excerpts from the sections “I've Been 'Buked,” “Wade in the Water,” and “Rocka My Soul.” Begins at 5:30 p.m.
Featured Artist(s): Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

 
 
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