Upcoming Engagements

The listed schedule only includes engagements that have been announced by the presenter.  

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Washington National Opera: Bernstein's 'Candide'

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC

Soloist and Dancer

War! Earthquakes! Slavery! Disease! Very bad things happen to very good people (and plenty of bad ones too) as a terrific ensemble cast quick-change their way through dozens of colorful characters, performing a witty and effervescent score that includes such classic tunes as "The Best of All Possible Worlds," "Make Our Garden Grow," and "Glitter and Be Gay." Through all its hysterical scouring of 18th-century wickedness and woe, WNO's first-ever production of Candide still finds a way to move and inspire with life-affirming lessons that, surprisingly, ring just as true today.

Nicole Paiement, Conductor
Francesca Zambello, Director

Production from The Glimmerglass Festival


The Australian Embassy: Centenary of Mateship Commemoration

Washington National Cathedral, 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC

Soprano Soloist

On 4 July 2018 Australia and the United States of America will celebrate the first 100 Years of Mateship.

The date marks the 100th anniversary of the first time Australian and United States troops fought side by side in an offensive action, at the Battle of Hamel on France’s Western Front. They fought under the command of one of Australia’s most revered military leaders, General Sir John Monash.


Washington National Opera: Verdi's 'La Traviata'

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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC


Washington National Opera launches its 2018/19 season with a stunning new production of Verdi's everlasting story of love and sacrifice. From the famous 'brindisi' drinking song to the heartbreaking 'Addio del passato' aria, La Traviata captures Violetta's unforgettable plight and illuminates tensions of social class that still ring true today.

Renato Palumbo, Conductor

Francesca Zambello, Director


Music in McLean Concert Series: Händel's 'Messiah'

St. Luke's Catholic Church, McLean, VA

Soprano Soloist

From WETA.com: "Raise your voice in song and sing along to one of George Frideric Handel’s most famous works: Messiah, which features the instantly recognizable Hallelujah Chorus. Chamber orchestra, choir, and soloists are accompanied by the powerful Saint Luke Pipe Organ. This holiday tradition is one of Music in McLean's most beloved events!"

Paul Skevington, Artistic Director .

Thomas Colohan, Conductor .


Washington Bach Consort: Christmas with the Consort

National Presbyterian Church, Washington, DC

Motets for the Advent and Christmas season including:

Johann Ludwig Bach Uns ist ein Kind geboren J.S. Bach – Komm, Jesu, Komm! BWV 229

This holiday season, join the Consort for a performance of seasonal motets, including J.S. Bach’s masterful work for double choir Komm, Jesu, Komm! This concert will display the virtuosity of the Consort’s acclaimed chorus as they perform motets by Bach and other Baroque masters of the form.


Tuesday Concert Series: Debussy, Poulenc, Britten, and Weill

Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street NW, Washington, DC

Jaely Chamberlain, Soprano

Andrew Welch, Piano

Come join us for a recital program featuring song cycles by Debussy and Poulenc, and the Cabaret Songs of Benjamin Britten and Kurt Weill.

Admission to the Tuesday Concert Series is free, but a $10 free-will contribution is invited in support of the performers, who receive a payment related only to the contributions of the day’s audience.


Washington National Opera: Tchaikovsky's 'Eugene Onegin'

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John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 2700 F Street NW, Washington, DC


Pushkin's sweeping novel comes to vivid life in Tchaikovsky's masterwork. Young Tatiana confesses her devotion to the worldly Onegin, but his cold refusal devastates her. Years later, when Tatiana matures, it is Onegin who begs for her love. Will Tatiana embrace the man she once longed for? Or will Onegin forever be the victim of his own bitter decision?

Robert Trevino, Conductor

Peter McClintock, Director

Production from the Canadian Opera Company