“Live music and concerts will soon be back at the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts in Vienna, Virginia,” write Jess Arnold and Nick Boykin in Tuesday’s (4/27) WUSA TV (Washington, D.C.). “Wolf Trap announced its upcoming musical guests that will perform live in 2021 starting in June—the first time since December 2019…. July 1 … will mark 50 years to the day since the Filene Center hosted its first performance with a big anniversary concert. ‘This is not only our 50th, but it’s really a moment that all of us in the [region] are being able to come back together again, very emotional,’ [Wolf Trap Foundation President and CEO Arvind] Manocha said…. Concerts will look a bit different…. The latest guidance from Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam allows for 50% capacity at outdoor venues with social distancing in place…. They’ll be offering spots for 1,600 initially.” The season will open on June 11 with a Wolf Trap Opera program; the National Symphony Orchestra will perform on June 18, July 1, 8, 30, and 31; other performers include the National Orchestral Institute Philharmonic, the U.S. Marine Band, and the Knights ensemble.