OCTNOVDEC
07
201220132014
10,719 captures
16 Mar 2013 - 24 May 2021
About this capture


































Search for Music Events:

article_story
An electro act with an interest in melodies, lyrics
There’s only one pure dance track on the new EP from Canadian duo Adventure Club.
1383862619000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
‘Blind, Crippled and Crazy’ sounds crazy good
Texas roots-rock vets Delbert McClinton and Glen Clark team up for first time in 40 years.
1383862286000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Still searching for salvation through song
Soul legend Mavis Staples has plenty of conviction in her hearty, uplifting voice.
1383861954000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Finding solace in the sounds of his youth
Aaron Neville’s new album, “My True Story,” celebrates the doo-wop songs he loved to sing as a kid.
1383859087000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Trio da Paz shows the complexities of Brazilian jazz
Many of the genre’s styles were on fine display at the supergroup’s Blues Alley gig.
1383852742000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
CMA Awards: Pondering the future of country music on the red carpet
The conversation rarely gets deep on the red carpet, but as the stars strolled past at the 47th CMA Awards we did our best to ask about the state of country music.
1383835989000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Boys made the noise but didn’t drown out country music’s new star
Kacey Musgraves’s quiet coup at the CMAs may signal rumblings of a regime change in country music.
1383800927000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
D.C. rappers Pacman and Peso are going to North Korea
The duo will debut a mixtape at a send-off Thursday in Columbia Heights.
1383753909000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Will anybody hear Brandy Clark’s brilliant album?
Country songwriter’s debut is a stunner, but doesn’t fit into the genre’s neatly-defined boundaries
1383696268000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Nightlife Agenda: Go-go legends, Virginia gin and a tribute to Duke Ellington
1383671172000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
At Dumbarton Oaks, Joel Fan sticks to the romantics
American pianist performs works by Wagner, Chopin, Brahms and Liszt in a mostly satisfying recital.
1383668085000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
How does a song get from Shane McAnally’s guitar to country radio? Explaining the complex process in the making of a country hit.
Nashville’s star songwriter talks about how a hit song is made, from writing to radio, and the many, many steps in between.
1383665649000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Shane McAnally is Nashville’s latest songwriting sensation
With seven No. 1 hits to his credit, he looks to add more trophies at this week’s CMAs.
1383616440000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Eminem, M.I.A. still searching for rebellion
M.I.A. remains subversive, but Eminem sounds stuck in the past on respective new albums.
1383614520000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Blues singer Bobby Parker left indelible mark on music
Bobby Parker, a renowned D.C. singer and guitarist and a pioneer of electric blues and rock, died Oct. 31.
1383606720000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Washington Chorus does credit to Britten centenary
Fans of Britten’s “War Requiem” heard a strong performance by the Washington Chorus on Sunday night.
1383602880000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Dance to the new M.I.A. album before you can buy it
U Street Music Hall will let you hear “Matangi” through Washington’s best soundsystem tonight.
1383593655000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Review: National Gallery’s 65th American Music Festival
The opening concert offers nothing less than two competing musical visions of America itself.
1383588120000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Music review: Boris Giltburg’s debut recital
The winner of the Queen Elisabeth Competition for piano held a concert at the Phillips Collection.
1383587460000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Music review: Beatrice Rana’s immaculate performance
There was almost nothing to criticize in the Italian pianist’s performance on Friday night in the Barns at Wolf Trap.
1383537120000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Review: Tommy Tune turns on the charm
With little more than a smile and a song, Tune created a show that occasionally felt sneaky-big.
1383519660000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Music review: Danish String Quartet lacks fire, character
The quartet — three Danes and a Norwegian — performed on Saturday afternoon at the Library of Congress.
1383506220000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Review: Irish flutist James Galway entertains with grace
Galway romps happily through some Irish tunes at the George Mason Center for the Arts on Saturday.
1383502320000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Frank Wess, jazz saxophonist with Basie, dies at 91
Mr. Wess, who went to high school in Washington, was a pioneer of the flute during a 70-year career in jazz.
1383433440000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
‘I was sort of an unstoppable force’
Q&A | John Fogerty on the classic Creedence Clearwater Revival album “Cosmo’s Factory.”
1383417685000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Reviews: Shao, Bailey, Chris Thile and more
Highlights of DC’s classical concerts from the past week: Chris Thile on mandolin, Cappella Romana sings
1383338580000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Region gets a double dose of Britten’s ‘War Requiem’
For Benjamin Britten’s 100th birthday, two groups offer “War Requiem” — if not his greatest work, his loudest.
1383316086000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
‘I resolve in hope’
Meet TobyMac, a Northern Virginia native who has become one of Christian music’s biggest stars.
1383315519000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Drake at Verizon Center: No tricks, many treats
Chart-topping rapper’s personality shines through at hit-packed Halloween night concert.
1383304920000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
With uncertain direction, NSO still intermittently shines
Young guest director Kristjan Järvi led the orchestra — sometimes rather vaguely.
1383277003000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
At the 9:30 Club, Fitz and the Tantrums are all the rage
The L.A. band, paired with Capital Cities, showed off crazed energy in the first of two sold-out shows in D.C.
1383254700000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Child opera star wows internet — again
Amira Willighagen, 9, is new viral sensation; same aria won renown for 10-year-old Jackie Evancho
1383253020000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Master of the mandolin and the audience
Chris Thile gives Strathmore crowd a thrilling performance, with a varied collection of material.
1383247500000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Neko Case, in fine voice as always
The singer offers a seasonal bounty of songs at her Lincoln Theatre concert.
1383240120000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
November’s top shows: Kanye West, Charli XCX, Laura Mvula and more
Prime your ears for a rising British singer, an exuberant dance-pop princess and performance artists moonlighting as a band
1383232150000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Dick Morgan, longtime D.C. jazz pianist, dies at 84
Mr. Morgan worked at leading clubs and concert venues in a career spanning more than 70 years.
1383176520000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Forget Halloween. See Drake, Passion Pit or Jessie Ware
A night of terror for some is a night of excellent concerts for others.
1383168010000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Electronic music duo Disclosure’s aloof humanity
The pair performed at 9:30 Club on Monday, showing off their U.K.- garage influenced sound.
1383085281000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
15 very different ways to spend Halloween night
Party with Drake, rock out to a Black Sabbath cover band or drink local brews -- no costume required.
1383069073000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Critic’s Notebook: Kelley Stoltz, Juana Molina and Julie Roberts
Notable recordings from the world of pop music.
1383063849000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Arcade Fire, still devoid of wit, subtlety and danger
On “Reflektor,” the Grammy-winning band manages to both condescend and sell itself short.
1383004080000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
At Phillips, romantic-era music at its finest
Cellist Sophie Shao and pianist Ieva Jokubaviciute find eloquent balance between rapture and restraint.
1382984304000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Cappella Romana complements ‘Heaven and Earth’ exhibit
Ensemble’s concert at the National Gallery of Art surveys a broad range of Byzantine sacred music.
1382973915000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Lou Reed’s most essential single second
With one blast of feedback, he split open the possibilities of what rock music could be
1382973833000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Lou Reed lived in the musical moment
APPRECIATION | The Velvet Underground singer always made rock-and-roll feel alive.
1382921732000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Pianist Yuja Wang dazzles, at a distance
The piano virtuoso’s trademark little red dress was at odds with her onstage reserve in WPAS recital.
1382918052000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Lou Reed, music legend, dies at age 71
The punk poet of rock-and-roll influenced generations of musicians as leader of the Velvet Underground.
1382915820000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Bailey and Perlman shine in Schumann pieces
Cellist Zuill Bailey and pianist Navah Perlman offer heartfelt music without any melodrama.
1382912520000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
At Yardfest, a tradition experiences a bumpy transition
Eight people were taken to hospitals for injuries received during the annual homecoming mega-concert.
1382743317000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
With Glass piece, Kronos Quartet marks 40 years
The well-balanced recital at U-Md. also includes experimental works and adaptations of old recordings.
1382717700000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Cuarteto Casals string quartet offers a grab bag of sound
The Library of Congress concert was bookended by two strong performances; those in middle varied.
1382714940000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
First son, then father to take NSO podium
Neeme and Kristjan Jarvi, father and son, will lead the National Symphony Orchestra two weeks apart.
1382713320000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
John Legend: Taking his time and doing it right
REVIEW | The soulful singer basks in the spotlight at a DAR Constitution Hall concert.
1382648820000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
5 things to know about Lorde
Meet Lorde, the 16-year-old singer/songwriter whose song ‘Royals’ has topped the Hot 100 chart for the past four weeks.
1382631550000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
At Washington National Opera, upstaged by the B team
The second cast of “La Forza del Destino” belts out some of the best Verdi singing in years.
1382564580000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Going Out Guide
Going Out Guide for the District of Columbia, Oct. 24-30.
1382559251000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
WNO’s B team earns A’s in Verdi’s “Forza”
The second cast of “Force of Destiny” at the Washington National Opera was miles better than the first.
1382546969000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Actor, singer Noel Harrison dies at 79
Olympic skier, singer and actor performed stage revivals of his father’s famous Henry Higgins role.
1382487420000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Critic’s Notebook: Lil Durk, Brandy Clark, Best Coast
Notable recordings from the world of pop music.
1382461388000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Nightlife Agenda: ‘Whiskey Women,’ Yardfest and more
This week’s highlights include a book signing and whiskey tasting at Jack Rose and one of Howard University’s Homecoming events.
1382446892000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
“Two Boys,” internet opera, misses connection
Nico Muhly’s new internet opera “Two Boys” at the Met tries to touch all bases, but fails to touch the heart.
1382445578000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Katy Perry grows up, gets spiritual on ‘Prism’
The pop star’s new album addresses her breakup with Russell Brand and offers Spirituality 101.
1382398080000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Review roundup: From Beijing to a French Cosi
A roundup of reviews from the DC area: Les Violons du Roy, the Beijing Symphony, and more
1382380872000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
British pianist Ivana Gavric plunges into the music of Grieg
Gavric, also fond of Janacek, delivers an impressive and insightful U.S. debut at the Phillips Collection.
1382378820000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Beijing Symphony Orchestra visits Strathmore
Amid a boom time for classical music in China, BSO brings its professional but not extraordinary playing to U.S.
1382372686000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Ralph Stanley, not quite ready to say goodbye
Bluegrass legend’s farewell tour hits the Birchmere — and he may be back yet again
1382370780000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Violinist soars with passion of Prokofiev
During concert at Wolf Trap, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg reconnects with music that helped launch her fame.
1382370649000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Cathedral Choral Society’s robust but uneven ‘Requiem’
Despite the virtues of the chorus, the rendition of the famous Verdi work did not cohere into a compelling vision.
1382369820000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
D.C. opera company gives tradition a whole new look
Opera Lafayette’s production of “Cosi fan tutte” is compelling proof that “traditional” staging can be radical.
1382304125000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Ukrainian pianist has found key to her success: YouTube
Valentina Lisitsa’s three-minute video clip led to more, and eventually a record deal and world tour.
1382204580000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Jazz chanteuse Gloria Lynne dies at 83
A bittersweet career full of transformative vocal highs was muted by the untimely arrival of disco.
1382135580000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
The Dismemberment Plan grows up
On its first album since 2001, D.C.’s quirky indie rock heroes embrace a new sound and new outlook.
1382113209000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
International mystery man fills U.S. airwaves
Jian Ghomeshi’s popular “Q” program daily on 160 American public radio stations, including WAMU.
1382109023000
on Facebook Twitter
video_story
Dance Theatre of Harlem’s ‘Gloria’ (Excerpts)
The Dance Theatre of Harlem performs “Gloria” with choreography by Robert Garland and music by Francis Poulenc.
1382107995000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Organist pushes and pulls Kennedy Center instrument
REVIEW | Cameron Carpenter provides unique arrangements of classic pieces during concert.
1382031360000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Developing new operas is an art in itself
After seven years, the Met’s commissioning program is bringing first work to the stage.
1381962720000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
A top concert, but only a couple of hundred people heard it
Les Violons du Roy, perhaps the best early-music ensemble in North America, was stellar at Strathmore.
1381937935000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Gergiev, Mariinsky are urbane in all-Stravinsky program
Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra offered a mini-marathon of three Stravinsky ballet scores.
1381877220000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Cass McCombs, Kelela, Prince Royce -- Critic’s Notebook
Notable recordings from the world of pop music.
1381854254000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Janelle Monae: The best live act R&B has to offer
Monae’s Lincoln Theatre concert proves that she’s a star who just keeps shining brighter.
1381847700000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Nightlife Agenda: Bruce Vilanch, the Dismemberment Plan and rare beers
Highlights include D.C.’s best beer festival, a Q&A with Academy Awards head writer Bruce Vilanch, and the return of D.C.’s 1990s indie-rock heroes.
1381834947000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Essay: ‘Redneck Crazy,’ a glorified stalker anthem, is a hit
It’s offensive – as a music fan and a human – that this controversial country song soared up the charts.
1381799268000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
McCartney’s back with a lively ‘New’ album
New producers are a bonus for Paul McCartney’s sound.
1381798455000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Dublin Guitar Quartet: Eclectic recital at Phillips Collection
A varied program of contemporary music revolves around Glass, Reich and Estonia’s Pärt.
1381772340000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Review roundup: of geniuses and Verdi operas
Reviews from a big weekend of classical music in DC: Denk, Chase, “Falstaff,” and “Forza.”
1381769460000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Jeremy Denk’s journey into the soul
The “genius” pianist’s interpretation of Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” reveals great art and much hard work.
1381715399000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Virginia Opera’s ‘Falstaff’ is opera buffa at its best
The two performances tiptoed just on the artistic side of the line separating just enough from too much.
1381707845000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
WNO’s ‘Forza’ founders on bad singing
Verdi’s opera gets a deliberately provocative production and a lousy cast in WNO outing.
1381699500000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Claire Chase wows Atlas with an evening of flute
Electrifying concert shows the flute to be a force for contemporary music
1381696740000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Selena Gomez keeps it clean at Patriot Center
REVIEW | The former Disney star turned pop starlet gave a calculatedly modest performance.
1381509960000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Prince George’s and Southern Maryland Going Out Guide
A listing of events in Prince George’s County and Southern Maryland for Oct. 10-16, 2013.
1381509600000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
NSO demonstrates the power of Wagner
One act of “Parsifal,’ staged as a concert, provided an abbreviated but intense jolt of music.
1381463520000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
No singers, no problem for Milan’s Cameristi della Scala
The orchestra played adaptations of themes from Verdi operas, allowing listeners to relive the scores.
1381446298000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Franz Ferdinand is connecting again, onstage and off
The Glasgow quartet has released its first album in four years.
1381431794000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
NSO announces Capitol Hill as 2014 “Neighborhood”
The National Symphony Orchestra targets Capitol Hill in its annual series of “Neighborhood” concerts.
1381420772000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Hermès Quartet: Beauty of sound with pinpoint accuracy
Group shows lots of polish, even more potential at its Kennedy Center performance.
1381343820000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Los Tigres provide soundtrack for immigrants’ lives
Audience sings along as band plays “the real stuff” at rally on the Mall.
1381279812000
on Facebook Twitter
article_story
Review: Deeply committed musicmaking from the Knights
The hip chamber orchestra made an auspicious Washington debut at the Dumbarton Oaks Museum.
1381269301000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Tink, Deap Vally, Oneohtrix Point Never: Critic’s Notebook
Notable recordings from the world of pop music.
1381246568000
on Facebook Twitter
BlogStory
Nightlife Agenda: U Street beer, the Dead and a tribute to Stevie Wonder
This week’s events include Grateful Dead tribute acts at the release of a Dead-inspired beer and an all-night tribute to Steve Wonder.
1381230196000
on Facebook Twitter
Show more
November 07: Today's top events
See all Music Events
Browse Music
By Location
D.C. [ 243 ]
Foggy Bottom [46]
Downtown [34]
U Street [34]
Georgetown [26]
Foggy Bottom [46]
Downtown [34]
U Street [34]
Georgetown [26]
The Mall [19]
Chinatown [16]
Other Northwest [15]
Dupont Circle [13]
Other Northeast [11]
Cleveland Park [6]
Other Southwest [5]
Brookland [4]
Capitol Hill [4]
Tenleytown [4]
Columbia Heights [1]
Logan Circle [1]
More D.C.
Maryland [ 188 ]
Bethesda [44]
Annapolis [31]
College Park [27]
Baltimore [20]
Montgomery County [91]
Anne Arundel County [32]
Prince George's County [29]
Baltimore [20]
Greater Maryland [13]
Howard County [2]
Frederick County [1]
More Maryland
Virginia [ 84 ]
Vienna [37]
Fairfax City [16]
Arlington County [4]
Greater Virginia [4]
Fairfax County [58]
Alexandria [14]
Arlington County [4]
Greater Virginia [4]
Prince William County [3]
Loudoun County [1]
More Virginia
By Category
Music Events [515]
By Genre
Classical [229]
Jazz [83]
Rock [56]
Folk [49]
World [30]
Country [18]
Rhythm and Blues [18]
Blues [12]
Gospel [5]
Children's [4]
Hip-hop/Rap [4]
Showtunes/Cabaret [4]
Zydeco [2]
Go-go [1]
See more...
Special Interest
Free Admission [83]
Kid-Friendly [6]
Online Ticketing [1]
Editorial Reviews
Editors' Pick [15]
Fritz Hahn [2]
Reviewed [2]

The Post Most​Most-viewed stories, videos, and galleries in the past two hours
Friends' activity
More ways to get us

Contact Us
About Us
Partners