Calendar: Nov. 2-8, 2018

Washington Blade| November 2, 2018

November 7 Washington Classical Review

Washington Classical Review| October 17, 2018

Looking Forward to Some of the Best

Georgetowner| September 26, 2018

October 4 Washington Classical Review

Washington Classical Review| September 21, 2018

Classical and Choral: Fall Arts Preview 2018

MetroWeekly| September 13, 2018

Performance Arts Preview

Georgetowner | September 12, 2018

WL Lists: Balls & Galas Directory 2018-2019

Washington Life Magazine | September 7, 2018

2018-19 Critic’s Choice

Washington Classical Review | August 20, 2018

“Several of the city’s organizations will honor the centenary of the end of World War I this November. Likely to be most powerful is this performance of Benjamin Britten’s epic, tragic War Requiem, with its poignant poetry by Wilfred Owen, a British soldier killed just days before the Armistice. This event should be the crown jewel of Gianandrea Noseda’s second season as music director of the National Symphony Orchestra.” -Charles Downey

Review: ‘Bernstein at 100: A Celebration’ at Wolf Trap

DC Metro Theater Arts | July 28, 2018

“What could bring luminaries from the worlds of opera, musical theatre, a cappella, jazz, dance, choral music, and symphonic music together for one night of heavenly tunes? Perhaps nothing short of celebrating the life, legacy, and incredibly inspiring body of work of Leonard Bernstein.” –Hilary Sutton

Social: Go Behind The Scenes Of Wolf Trap’s BERNSTEIN 100 With Tony Yazbeck Today!

Broadway World Social | July 27, 2018

Out On the Town: Arts and entertainment highlights, July 26 – August 1

MetroWeekly | July 26, 2018

The National Symphony Orchestra and Wolf Trap team up to present a star-studded, multi-genre concert in tribute to the late, great musical icon — one month before what would have been his centennial. The lineup includes New York City Ballet star Misty Copeland, Tony-nominated actor Tony Yazbeck and Tony-nominated choreographer Josh Bergasse (both for Bernstein’s On The Town), legendary jazz clarinetist Paquito D’Rivera, the Manhattan Transfer & Take 6, sopranos Erin Morley and Kerriann Otano, mezzo-soprano Zoie Reams, baritone Joshua Conyers, George Takei, Pace University Dancers, the Choral Arts Society of Washington, National Cathedral treble soloist Enzo Baldanza, and Wolf Trap Opera Studio Artists, with Michael Barrett leading the NSO.” –Doug Rule

Things to Do in DC This Weekend (July 5-8): Improv Musicals, a Cupcake Competition, and a Cider Tasting

Washingtonian | July 5, 2018

“FILM The National Symphony Orchestra and the Choral Arts Society of Washington will accompany a screening of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban at Wolf Trap. Enjoy the live score performed to the third of J.K. Rowling’s now-classic tales. Through July 7. $40-$65, 8:30 PM.” –Catherine P. Lewis