National Symphony Orchestra

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

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In a Nutshell

Violinist Baiba Skride, pianist Nikolai Lugansky, and works by Mahler, Tchaikovsky, and Prokofiev dazzle in the 2015–16 season

The Fine Print

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The Deal

  • $75 for a three-concert FlexPass for orchestra seating (up to $177 value)
  • Each FlexPass can be redeemed for one seat at three concerts, three seats for one concert, or a combination
  • When: NSO Classical concerts from January 14 to June 11 (some restrictions apply, please refer to Fine Print)
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2015–16 Season Highlights

  • To hear Queen Elizabeth Violin Contest–winner Baiba Skride make her NSO debut under the wand of famed conductor (and recipient of Sweden’s Commander of the North Star Order) Neeme Järvi, catch them playing Prokofiev/Works by Eller & Sibelius (January 14–16)
  • To hear a 10th International Tchaikovsky Competition silver medalist play under the Grammy-winning former chief conductor of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, see Osmo Vänskä lead Nikolai Lugansky in Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1 and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 6 (March 17–19)
  • To sink into a multimedia experience that melds symphonic and digital music, see Declassified: The B-Sides featuring DJ/conductor Mason Bates and violinist Anne Akiko Meyers (April 15)
  • For an evening of all-Russian masterworks plus the NSO debut of a Diapason d’Or Award–winning Stradivarius-player, see conductor Andrew Litton and violinist Vadim Gluzman play Tchaikovsky/Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 11 (May 5–7)
  • To hear the NSO’s musical director explore the romantic works of an Austrian master with vocal support from a Grammy-winning contralto, see conductor Christoph Eschenbach lead Bruckner’s Symphony No 4./Nathalie Stutzmann, contralto, sings Mahler (June 9–11)

National Symphony Orchestra

Along with regularly airing the masters, the National Symphony Orchestra has commissioned more than 60 original works, and regularly provides educational opportunities and exhibitions for aspiring composers, conductors, and musicians. Since 1986, the Orchestra has been a stalwart affiliate of the Kennedy Center and puts on as many as 175 performances there annually. Seven crystal chandeliers presented by Norway to the Kennedy Center dangle below the Concert Hall's intricate acoustical canopy and stare down the organ standing sentry at the back of the stage.

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    The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

    2700 F St. NW

    Washington, DC 20566

    +12024674600

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