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New Year’s Eve with Gregory Porter

Concert Hall

Spend New Year’s Eve with one of the greatest voices of our generation! Two-time Grammy-winning singing sensation Gregory Porter is back on tour. Expect brand-new and fan-favorite songs from across his celebrated album catalogue, festive tracks from his forthcoming album Christmas Wish, and more!

Sun. Dec. 31, 2023

  • Sun. Dec. 31, 2023 8p.m.

Photo by Erik Umphery

Program

Spend New Year’s Eve with one of the greatest voices of our generation! Two-time Grammy Award–winning singing sensation Gregory Porter is back on tour showcasing his effortlessly cool fusion of jazz, soul, R&B, and gospel—and D.C. audiences have the chance to witness his very first New Year’s Eve concert special. Expect brand-new and fan-favorite songs from across his celebrated album catalogue, festive tracks from his forthcoming album Christmas Wish, and more!

Porter is backed by his longtime band featuring Chip Crawford on piano, Emmanuel Harrold on drums and percussion, Jahmal Nichols on bass, Ondrej Pivec on Hammond organ, and Tivon Pennicott on saxophone.

New Year’s Eve with Gregory Porter | Sun. Dec. 31, 2023 8p.m.

New Year’s Eve with Gregory Porter | Sun. Dec. 31, 2023 8p.m.

NYT G

“A jazz singer of thrilling presence, a booming baritone with a gift for earthy refinement and soaring uplift.”

The New York Times

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