The Washington Chorus: The Essential Puccini at the Kennedy Center
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In "one brief shining moment," Camelot makes its Kennedy Center debut as a concert event starring famed British musical star Laura Michelle Kelly (Mary Poppins) and Tony winner Brian Stokes Mitchell (Kiss Me Kate, Ragtime, Glee). One of the most beloved musicals of a generation -- and one that's fittingly associated with the presidency of John F. Kennedy -- it's the timeless story of King Arthur, Queen Guenevere, the trusted Sir Lancelot and all the knights of the Round Table as they struggle with chivalry, bravery and destiny. Lerner & Loewe's memorable score, featuring such cherished songs as "If Ever I Would Leave You" and "How to Handle a Woman," is sure to enchant under the baton of conductor James Moore and the National Symphony Orchestra. Learn More
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The concert was fabulous! The Washington Chorus, orchestra and soloists were superb, and the Children's Chorus of Washington was so professional with a beautiful musical performance. It is refreshing to see a large group of well-behaved children performing at this level.
An evening of gems from this well-loved and popular composer. Selections from Puccini’s most popular works including Turandot, Madama Butterfly, La Bohème, Missi di Gloria, Manon Lescaut. A stellar cast of soloists join the Chorus with full orchestra for an evening of semi-staged opera classics.
with the Children’s Chorus of Washington
Joan Gregoryk, music director
Othalie Graham, soprano
Angela Maria Blasi, soprano
Robert Baker, tenor
Gaetan Sauvageau, tenor
Carl Tanner, tenor
Tad Czyzewski, baritone
James Shaffran, baritone
John Marcus Bindel, bass
Christopher Temporelli, bass
Join Julian Wachner and guests for a post-concert discussion in the concert hall.