Some Enchanted Evening receives rave reviews from a sold-out audience!
Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II pioneered a flair that was all their own in the golden age of musical theater...a
nd is it alive and well. Along with The Choral Arts Society of Washington, world renowned soprano, Renée Fleming and Broadway baritone juggernaut, Norm Lewis, brought the Concert Hall of The Kennedy Center to life in a way that was nothing short of electric. This is what live concerts...are all about. And this is what makes them so special. For one night only, we relived the magic of what it must have been like to hear the songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein for the first time.