Chris Thile: Live from Here

Concert Hall

Attend a live broadcast of Live from Here, American Public Media’s nationally syndicated, weekly variety show hosted by Chris Thile (of both Nickel Creek and the Punch Brothers). In this Concert Hall event, Thile welcomes an all-female lineup of exciting guest artists.

Sat. Mar. 14, 2020 5:45p.m.

Production Information

  • Genre

    Direct Current

  • Price Range

    $49.00 – $125.00

  • Runtime

    Approx. 2-1/2 hours

Chris Thile playing a string instrument in front of a blue background.


American Public Media’s Live from Here currently reaches 2.6 million listeners on nearly 600 public radio stations from its new Manhattan home. Now, D.C. audiences can attend a live broadcast of the nationally syndicated, weekly variety show, where MacArthur fellow and four-time Grammy®-winning mandolinist Chris Thile (of both Nickel Creek and the Punch Brothers) hosts an all-female lineup of guest artists.

Part of the Kennedy Center’s DIRECT CURRENT celebration of contemporary culture

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DIRECT CURRENT is presented as part of The Irene Pollin Audience Development and Community Engagement Initiatives.

The design aesthetic for the Club at Studio K was conceived of by Vicente Wolf of Vicente Wolf Associates. Additional support for the design of the Club was provided by Kennedy Center Emeritus Trustee Margaret Russell. The furnishings were provided courtesy of Wayfair, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, and Perennials.

David M. Rubenstein
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Terms and Conditions

All events and artists subject to change without prior notice.

All ticket prices are subject to change based on demand. Purchase early to lock in prices and the best seats!

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