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Under the baton of Emil de Cou, Diana Ross returns to the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) for three performances with her music book of memories showcasing Ms. Ross’ immense talent and a celebrated legacy spanning more than five decades. Performances take place January 9, 10, and 11, at 8 p.m., in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall.
Diana Ross is one of the most successful singers of her generation, with a performing arts career that spans more than 50 years. The award-winning singer and actress is known for leading the powerful female group The Supremes, as well as her chart-topping solo career. Ross has received the Guinness World Record for her international success of having more hits than any other female artist on the charts, inductions into both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame, a Kennedy Center Honor, a Grammy® Lifetime Achievement Award, and countless other accolades and awards.
Ross has invited local D.C. gospel choir The Joyce Garrett Singers to join her once again onstage for this program. The Joyce Garrett Singers sang with Ross in her last appearance with the NSO and performed at the 2007 Kennedy Center Honors, at which Ross received the prestigious award for lifetime achievement.
Tickets (from $39–$199) are available at the Kennedy Center Box Office, online at kennedy-center.org, and via phone through Instant Charge, (202) 467-4700; toll-free at (800) 444-1324. For all other ticket-related customer service inquires, call the Advance Sales Box Office at (202) 416-8540.