Before, during and after the 2018 Annual Session, enjoy Washington Nationals baseball and cultural events in the nation’s capital. Washington, D.C.’s rich cultural scene offers a wealth of opportunities for fans of the performing arts.
Go Out to the Ball Game
The Washington Nationals Major League Baseball team
will have home games (vs. Philadelphia Phillies) on May 4, 5 and 6 during Annual Session. Registrants will have access to tickets at discounts of 17 to 20 percent, depending on the game.
To purchase discounted tickets, click here,
♦ Select your preferred game;
♦ Enter ORTHO18
in the Coupon Code box.
* If you are in Washington at any other time during the 2018 baseball season and wish to attend a Nationals home game, the coupon discount code will still apply.
Enjoy Riveting Theatrical and Ballet Performances
♦ Royal Shakespeare Company: Hamlet
(North American premiere, The Kennedy Center), May 2-May 6;
♦ True West
, by Sam Shepard (The Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center's Studio Theatre), April 26-May 13;
♦ “Rite of Spring,”
an original adaptation of Igor Stravinsky's iconic 1913 ballet (the Dance Loft on 14), April 27 – May 11;
♦ Iron and Coal.
A world-premiere theatrical concert by acclaimed composer and performer Jeremy Schonfeld, based on the original concept album Iron & Coal
by Jeremy Schonfeld. (The Music Center at Strathmore, May 3- May 4).
Immerse Yourself in the Sounds of the Capital City
♦ Beethoven's Choral Symphony,
Los Angeles Philharmonic, (The Kennedy Center), April 26;
♦ Washington Bach Consort’s Performance of J.S. Bach’s Mass in B Minor,
(the historic National Presbyterian Church, where many U.S. presidents have worshipped), April 29;
♦ The Washington National Opera, The Barber of Seville,
(The Kennedy Center), April 23 – May 19);
♦ Joshua Redman Quartet
(Blues Alley, Washington’s renowned jazz and supper club), May 3 – May 6;
(funk, hip-hop, progressive rock, and jazz band, at the 9:30 Club - named by Esquire
as the best music venue in the United States), May 4.
♦ The Temptations and the Four Tops,
(MGM National Harbor), May 4;
♦ The Washington National Opera, Candide,
(The Kennedy Center), May 5-26;
♦ Clarinetist David Shifrin and the Miro Quartet,
performing quintets by Mozart and Brahms (International Student House of Washington DC), May 6;
♦ Julia Bullock, soprano, and John Arida, piano
(National Gallery of Art, May 6);
♦ Shanghai Quartet and Alexander Fiterstein: String Quartet + Clarinet
(JCC of Greater Washington), May 6.