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Salle: Kennedy Center: Concert Hall, Washington

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WashingtonTchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto

Barber, Tchaïkovski, Stravinsky
National Symphony Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda; Akiko Suwanai

WashingtonTchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto

Tchaïkovski, Dvořák
National Symphony Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda; Akiko Suwanai

WashingtonKozhukhin plays Grieg's Piano Concerto

Chostakovitch, Grieg, Lyadov
National Symphony Orchestra; Gustavo Gimeno; Denis Kozhukhin

WashingtonLangrée conducts Brahms's First

Wolfe, Beethoven, Brahms
National Symphony Orchestra; Louis Langrée; Stephen Hough

WashingtonEschenbach conducts Ravel's Boléro

Debussy, Poulenc, Bizet, Ravel
National Symphony Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach; Cameron Carpenter

WashingtonRobert Schumann: Requiem

Schumann, Brahms, Copland, Corigliano
Scott Tucker; Elizabeth Bishop; Unknown; Matthew Scollin

WashingtonNoseda conducts Mahler's Fourth

Haydn, Mahler
National Symphony Orchestra; Gianandrea Noseda; Nicholas Stovall; Sue Heineman; Marissa Regni; David Hardy

WashingtonMemory and Myth: Music by Sibelius and an NSO premiere

Sibelius, Mackey
National Symphony Orchestra; David Robinson
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Rollicking Mahler Fifth may have just put NSO on the global map

Gianandrea Noseda © Steve Sherman
Clarion details from start to finish result in a spectacular Mahler Fifth from Noseda and the National Symphony Orchestra

Tetzlaff redefines clarity with the National Symphony Orchestra

Christian Tetzlaff © Giorgia Bertazzi

Christian Tetzlaff proves once again why audiences can’t get enough of his sound in a program of Dvořák and Schumann with Christoph Eschenbach at the helm.

Copland’s Third Symphony redeems Slatkin and the NSO

Leonard Slatkin © Cybelle Codish
After a humdrum reimagining of Paganini's 24th Caprice and an underwhelming Rachmaninov piano concerto, Slatkin triumphs with an august Copland 3.

Expanded Puts song cycle scores well for NSO

Gianandrea Noseda © Scott Suchman
Kevin Puts’ expanded work on Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Steiglitz provides another triumph for Renée Fleming and the NSO, while two Strauss works demonstrate both its artistic re-emergence and work left to do.

A luxuriant Tristan und Isolde Act 2 from Noseda and the NSO

Stephen Gould (Tristan) and Christine Goerke (Isolde) © Scott Suchman

Wagner’s Liebestod-laden second act proves the ideal opera snapshot in Washington DC. 

Some gems and revelations in the NSO's “dance” program

Gianandrea Noseda © Sussie Ahlburg
A major work going well beyond tango by Astor Piazzolla and a fresh introduction to African-American composer Florence Price highlight a concert that tries a bit too hard to please

Urbański proves his mettle with Tchaikovsky and Chopin in Washington

Krzysztof Urbański © Marco Borggreve
Krzysztof Urbański elects an ideal pace and shape for Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony in a guest conducting appearance with the National Symphony Orchestra, on an evening also featuring Lise de la Salle playing Chopin.

An opening concert of contrasts in Washington DC

Gianandrea Noseda © Steve Sherman
A good audience turnout for the opening of Noseda's third NSO season justifies an all-20th-century program centering on Carl Orff's popular and direct setting of medieval poems about real life and fate, but also presenting gentler works of religious reflection.