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Fri. Nov. 24, 2023 8p.m.

Celtic Woman Symphony logo on navy background with holly frame detailing

Concert Hall

  • Runtime

    TBA

  • Season Sponsor

    AARPAARP

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Program

Steven Reineke, conductor
Celtic Woman
National Symphony Orchestra

Program to be announced from stage.

Patrons are requested to silence cell phones and other electronic devices during performances.

The taking of photographs and the use of recording equipment are not allowed in this venue.

Terms and Conditions

All events and artists subject to change without prior notice.

Meet the Artists

  • Conductor

    Steven Reineke

    Steven Reineke is one of North America's leading conductors of popular music and is in his second decade as music director of The New York Pops at Carnegie Hall. Additionally, he is Principal Pops Conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and principal pops conductor of the Houston and Toronto symphony orchestras.

    Steven Reineke
  • Celtic Woman

    Since 2005, Celtic Woman has sold over 10 million CDs and DVDs, and amassed more than 3 billion streams, making it the only all-female act to achieve multi-platinum success in the classical crossover and world music genres during the past decade. Named Billboard’s No. 1 World Music Artist of the Year six times, 12 of the studio CDs have debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s World Album chart. Celtic Woman has scored two Top 10 debuts on Billboard’s influential album chart, five Top Five DVDs on Billboard’s Top Video chart, and has achieved platinum-level sales in nine countries. Their 2016 album release, Destiny, was nominated for a Grammy Award® in the category of Best World Music Album, marking the group’s first-ever Grammy® nomination.

  • National Symphony Orchestra

    The 2023–2024 season is the National Symphony Orchestra’s 93rd season, and Music Director Gianandrea Noseda’s seventh season. Noseda serves as the Orchestra’s seventh Music Director, joining the NSO’s legacy of distinguished leaders: Christoph Eschenbach, Leonard Slatkin, Mstislav Rostropovich, Antal Doráti, Howard Mitchell, and Hans Kindler. Its artistic leadership also includes Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke and Artistic Advisor Ben Folds.

    National Symphony Orchestra in the Concert Hall

Meet the National Symphony Orchestra

Gianandrea Noseda, Music Director, The Sant Family Chair

Steven Reineke, Principal Pops Conductor

Ben Folds, Artistic Advisor

The National Symphony Orchestra uses a system of revolving strings. In each string section, untitled members are listed in order of length of service.

* Regularly Engaged Extra Musician
** Temporary Position
*** Leave of Absence

Staff

Staff for the National Symphony Orchestra

Executive Director Jean Davidson

Manager of Finance and Administration Louise Niepoetter

Artistic

Vice President of Artistic Planning, NSO Nigel Boon

Senior Producing Director, NSO Justin Ellis

Assistant Manager, Artistic Planning and Administration Emma Biggert

Assistant Artistic Administrator Lucia Lostumbo

Development

Chief Development Officer, NSO  Eric Stillman

Director of Operations and Stewardship, NSO Jean Campo

Director, Foundation and Government Giving Maryvonne Neptune

Vice President, Corporate Engagement Development Ellen Palmer

Manager, NSO Individual Giving Maria Servodidio

Assistant Manager, NSO Individual Giving Sophie Press

Assistant Manager, NSO Board and Leadership Campaigns Katie Kolo

Assistant Manager, NSO Individual Giving Laney Pleasanton

Education

Senior Director of Education Programs and Productions David Kilpatrick

Director of Music Education Warren G. Williams, III

Manager of Music Education, Programming and Productions Emily Heckel

Manager of Music Education Career Development Programs Ross Kaufman

Marketing

Vice President of Marketing Derek A. Johnson

Senior Manager, Social Media Devan Costello-Mays

Assistant Marketing Manager, NSO, Fortas, and New Music Abby Berman

Advertising

Director, Creative and Brand StrategyScott Bushnell

Director, Advertising and ProductionSuanne Hall

Manager, Advertising CommunicationsBecca Kraybill

Manager, Advertising DesignFreeman Robinson

Assistant Manager, Advertising CommunicationsLily Maroni

Assistant Manager, Advertising DesignDana Cohen

Copywriter/CoordinatorJessica Sensenig

Senior Graphic DesignerPiumi Perera

Advertising CoordinatorLizzie Stoltz

Operations and Community Engagement

Vice President and General Manager Genevieve Twomey

Production and Operations Manager Krysta Cihi

Production Manager Daryl Donley

Stage Manager David Langrell

Assistant Stage Manager N. Christian Bottorff

Manager of Community Engagement Xavier Joseph

Media Projects & OPAS Support Coordinator Joseph Benitez

Interim Productions & Operations Coordinator Logan Fillizola

Community Engagement Coordinator Jonathan Jalbert

Orchestra Personnel

Personnel Manager James Hewitt

Assistant Personnel Manager Karyn Garvin

Public Relations

Director of Public Relations Jen Luzzo

Senior Press Representative David Hsieh

Public Relations Coordinator Paige Wearmouth

Kennedy Center Executive Leadership

President, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing ArtsDeborah F. Rutter

Vice President, Public RelationsEileen Andrews

Chief Information Officer Ralph Bellandi

Senior Vice President, MarketingKim Cooper

Executive Director, National Symphony OrchestraJean Davidson

Senior Vice President, Artistic PlanningMonica Holt

Chief Financial OfficerStacey Johnson

Vice President, EducationJordan LaSalle

Vice President, Government Relations and ProtocolLaurie McKay

Senior Vice President, DevelopmentLeslie Miller

General Director, Washington National OperaTimothy O’Leary

Senior Vice President, OperationsRoss Richards

General CounselAsh Zachariah

Staff for the Concert Hall

  • Theater Manager
    *Allen V. McCallum Jr.
  • Box Office Treasurer
    Deborah Glover
  • Head Usher
    Cathy Crocker
  • Stage Crew
    Zach Boutilier, Michael Buchman, Paul Johannes, April King, John Ottaviano, and Arielle Qorb

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*Represented by ATPAM, the Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers.

Steinway Piano Gallery is the exclusive area representative of Steinway & Sons and Boston pianos, the official pianos of the Kennedy Center.

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The box office at the Kennedy Center is represented by I.A.T.S.E, Local #868.

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The technicians at the Kennedy Center are represented by Local #22, Local #772,  and Local #798 I.A.T.S.E., AFL-CIO-CLC, the professional union of theatrical technicians.

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National Symphony Orchestra musicians are represented by the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Federation of Musicians, AFM Local 161-710.