Read the latest concert reviews, music news and musician interviews from the CDN staff.

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Kennedy Center-commissioned short American operas “Lifeboat,” “Adam,” and “What Gets Kept” make their debuts at the Kennedy Center’s Family Theater.

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Warming up a cold and wet DC January, the In Series’ latest cabaret-style offering highlights the life, times and music of American icon Irving Berlin.

Kennedy Center at night.

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February 3 KenCen crossover event, featuring Christylez Bacon, Wytold, and Pages Matam performing with the National Symphony Orchestra, will not be rescheduled.

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With traditional lyrics perfected and immortalized by Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, “Auld Lang Syne,” as we have it today, fondly and yet sadly recalls the old times, old friends and old memories that are passing into legend.

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Deon LaSalle reviews the new NOFX record, Last Ditch Effort.

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"We’ve been talking about doing it for so long I forgot what sparked the idea initially. I’d be willing to bet we were drinking."

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Classic one-act Spanish opera by Enrique Granados is a welcome and somewhat exotic diversion from Washington’s usual Christmastime fare.

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Lawrence Brownlee and Lisette Oropesa shine in Donizetti’s popular comic opera. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg makes an extended cameo as an ornery Duchess.

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Eclectic, innovative new multimedia music series created by Kennedy Center composer-in-residence Mason Bates, launched new season in October, with more to come.

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Blue Note Napa had its grand opening last week, and Grammy award-winning jazz trumpet great Chris Botti opened the festivities at the swanky new downtown Napa club.

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The prayers, coffee, swearing-in, luncheon, and parade, was over - and it was time to dance, laugh and say thank you.