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Kennedy Center Millennium Stage

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Free Performances Every Day! No Tickets Required! Performance Time: 6 p.m. Eastern! The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts stages at least one free performance every day of the year. The Chairman of the national center for the performing arts, James A. Johnson, launched "Performing Arts for Everyone" in the winter of 1997: nine initiatives designed to expand and increase access to theperforming arts for local Washington residents and visitors to the nation's capital. Performing... More
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Material Type: Collection
Technical Format: Video
Date Added to MERLOT: May 16, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: July 14, 2006
Submitter: Cris Guenter


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Primary Audience: College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: A 28.8 modem hook-up is minimal for viewing. 56K modem or faster will give you better results. RealPlayer is required to view the video performances. The Kennedy Center has actually posted a page with the a list of links directly to the useful tools that will help you view the performances. It can be found at:
Language: English
Material Version: RealPlayer 8 Basic (free download)
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: no
Accessibility Information Available: no
Creative Commons: unsure


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Avatar for hermite j salomon
10 years ago

hermite j salomon (Student)

This is a great web site, every one should access, best of all it is free of
charge to joint.
Used in course

Avatar for Alice Pauquette
14 years ago

Alice Pauquette (Student)

I am a graduate student working on an assignment for a class. I have spent
several hours reviewing the MERLOT website. This particular website I found
most interesting. I teach music in a multi-level classroom. I am planning to
use this website to enhance the understanding of general music studies. The
performances range in length from around 5 minutes to over an hour. The
performances can be used to enhance a music lesson as well as other content
areas. The range of performances is unbelievable, from a celebration of the USO
to Flamenco dancers. This site allows for the sharing of performing arts
within a classroom without traveling to a performance. The usefulness of these
performances is unending.

This website is very easy to use. It has a searchable database that allows one
to search by artist, keyword, date or genre. The archives date back to October
1998. There is also a calendar for upcoming performances. This feature allows
for ease of use within the standards for teaching music.

Technical Remarks:

The best viewing for the performances is in the original size in which it opens.
The sound quality is very good. The performances are best viewed with
RealPlayer 8.