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10670 Star Starred
The Kennedy Center - Concert Hall
2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20566
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4.3 / 5 Rated by 10 members
Review from Goldstar Member

Opening with Ravel's Bolero was truly the best moment of the night. The following announcement that Storm Large and Ari Shapiro would be singing show tunes made we want to head to the exit. They did their best - and it turned out fun. How could it...continued

reviewed Apr 14 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Dan

While I love Pink Martini, I was dissapointed that they did not announce that China would not be singing. In addition, there was no explanation for the trombone being absent. Its a critical position with only two horn players.

reviewed Apr 14 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Vlatka Persin

A very eclectic mix of music. Songs that start with Chopin and then introduce passionate latino rhythms. From Ella's classic 'Why the Lady is a Tramp' to French chansons and songs evoking Brazilian carnaval. The crowd on stage genuinely had lots...continued

reviewed Apr 13 2011 report as inappropriate
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Check out Pink Martini’s official website.


If the United Nations had a house band in 1962, Pink Martini would be that band. One minute you’re in a samba parade in Rio de Janeiro, the next you’re in a palazzo in Naples. Together again with the NSO Pops, the group that Variety calls “impressive…charming and elegant” picks up where they left off after their crowd-pleasing 2008 performances. Expect a cool vibe with a hint of a wild side—just as their name implies—when Pink Martini returns to continue their musical travelogue.

Hamburg Ballet's <em>The Little Mermaid</em> Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo <em>Three Sisters</em> Arlington National Cemetery Tour Urban Bush Women: <em>Walking With 'Trane</em> <em>Fun Home</em>