Philadelphia Orchestra with Gil Shaham at the Kennedy Center: Tchaikovsky, Walton, Mendelssohn
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The sensual vocals and poetic songwriting of Grammy-winning singer Mary Chapin Carpenter helped propel her 1992 country album Come On Come On to quadruple-platinum status. Since then, her beautiful music has become more socially and politically oriented, while also increasingly bringing in orchestral elements. Her latest album, Songs From the Movie, revisits tunes from her past, setting them to symphonic instrumentation evocative of a stirring film score. Now, you can see her play these compelling reinventions of her own with the National Symphony Orchestra. Learn More
When you go to an event at the Kennedy Center, make certain to see what is playing at the Millenium Stage. A free performance is offered at 6:00 every night. I saw a wonderful set of Broadway show tune sung by very talented students from Catholic University.NSO: Koh Plays Barber info • Nov 01 2013 star this tip starred
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“The Philadelphia Orchestra is unquestionably one of the world’s greats—its sound is incomparably thick and sweet, like a luxurious syrup, with rich string tone, weighty brass and booming timpani.” —Financial Times
Charles Dutoit, conductor
Gil Shaham, violin
Mendelssohn: Hebrides Overture
Walton: Violin Concerto
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5
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