This rendition of the fairy tale about a servant girl, glass slippers, prince charming, and a little bit of fairy dust, is performed by graceful Ukraine dancers, choreographed by Vladimir Vasiliev and set to Sergei Prokofiev’s music.
National Philharmonic's conductor Luke Frazier unites with Deborah Cox to bring the music from 1992 romance film to the stage.
The National Philharmonic Chorale, led by Stan Engebreston, puts on a program of music honoring the African American tradition. With composer Rosephayne Powell featuring soprano Aundi Marie Moore.
Infused with hip-hop dancers, DJs, violins and more, this new spin on an old classic takes place in modern day Manhattan and features a cameo by Kurtis Blow.
BSO Presents Robert Trevino! Marking his conducting debut with the orchestra, BSO will perform Tchaikovsky’s Manfred Symphony, inspired by George Gordon Byron’s poem “Manfred.”
Guest conductor Robert Trevino unites with spoken word artist Wordsmith for a special BSO performance—the world premiere by James Lee III commissioned by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Rochester Philharmonic.
Space out to the wonderful tune of Gustav Holst's The Planets at this performance, a collaboration between the National Philharmonic and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.