Two-time Grammy Winner Laurence Juber
Jun
10
8:00pm 8:00pm

Two-time Grammy Winner Laurence Juber

The San Francisco Chronicle describes Laurence Juber's plaing: "The notes spin out of the songs with such finesse and musical agility, it's hard to believe he has only 10 fingers and six strings . . . his playing is just short of sleight of hand and, like all magicians, he makes it seem effortless."

For more information about Laurence Juber please visit LaurenceJuber.com

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OCEAN Quartet
Apr
29
8:00pm 8:00pm

OCEAN Quartet

OCEAN is the East Coast's premiere Celtic fusion band, selling out concerts at such venues as The Birchmere and the Kennedy Center. Ancient ballads meet cutting-edge electronics and the Bagpipes meet the Beatles. "Bring in the May" with OCEAN!

For more information about OCEAN Orchestra (or Quartet) please visit OCEANOrchestra.com

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Frank Vignola Trio featuring Vinny Raniolo and Gary Mazzaroppi
Dec
10
8:00pm 8:00pm

Frank Vignola Trio featuring Vinny Raniolo and Gary Mazzaroppi

Vignola is known for his stunning virtuosity and has performed with many of the world's top musicians and orchestras, including Ringo Starr, Madonna, Wynton Marsalis and the Boston Pops. "Vignola's jaw-dropping technique explains why The New York Times deemed him 'one of the brightest stars of the guitar.’” -- The Wall Street Journal

For more information about Frank Vignola visit FrankVignola.com

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Pianist Audrey Andrist
Nov
13
3:00pm 3:00pm

Pianist Audrey Andrist

Audrey Andrist is "a stunning pianist with incredible dexterity" - - San Francisco Classical Voice. She has thrilled audiences around the globe with her "passionate abandon," " bright energy" and "great intelligence." She has performed in North America's most prestigious venues, including The Kennedy Center, Place des Arts in Montreal and Alice Tully Hall in New York.

For more information about Audrey Andrist visit AudreyAndrist.com

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Gay Men's Chorus of Washington's Potomac Fever Ensemble
Nov
5
8:00pm 8:00pm

Gay Men's Chorus of Washington's Potomac Fever Ensemble

GMCW's Potomac Fever Ensemble is a 14-voice a cappella close harmony pop group that's generating great buzz! They have performed in many distinguished venues, including the White House, and have garnered numerous awards, including a 2014 WAMMIE for Best Choral Recording.

For more information about Gay Men's Chorus of Washington visit GMCW.org

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An Evening with Mark Russell
Oct
22
7:30pm 7:30pm

An Evening with Mark Russell

Political satirist Mark Russell will return for his annual performance, which always attracts a large and enthusiastic audience. Many will recall Mark's widely acclaimed television shows on PBS as well as his regular performance at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.

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ELO PART II's Parthenon Huxley
Oct
15
8:00pm 8:00pm

ELO PART II's Parthenon Huxley

Huxley, a member of Electric Light Orchestra Part II, has a dozen albums featuring his "gold dust voice" (Mojo magazine) and a curio cabinet's worth of cool guitar sounds. Hux's first single, "Buddha, Buddha," caused Rolling stone to gush, "You could land a marlin with these [guitar] hooks!"

For more information about Parthenon Huxley visit ParthenonHuxley.com

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Peter and Will Anderson Trio
Oct
1
8:00pm 8:00pm

Peter and Will Anderson Trio

The Peter and Will Anderson Trio has headlined at The Blue Note, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and The Kennedy Center. Their recent release, "Reed Reflections," "imaginatively unfold(s) in ways that consistently bring a fresh perspective to classic jazz tunes." -- The Washington Post.  "These guys flood the room with joy!" - Seattle Times

For more information about Peter and Will Anderson visit PeterandWillAnderson.com

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The Smith Sisters
Sep
24
8:00pm 8:00pm

The Smith Sisters

The Smith Sisters have been performing together since 1981 at venues across the country and around the world, such as The Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap, and EPCOT. "Like the best sibling groups, the Smiths have been singing together for so long that their voices merge in effortless and graceful harmony." - The Washington Post

For more information about The Smith Sisters visit DebiSmith.com

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Cambridge American Stage Tour: Shakespeare's "As You Like It"
Sep
17
to Sep 18

Cambridge American Stage Tour: Shakespeare's "As You Like It"

Established under the patronage of Dame Judi Dench in 2000, CAST is an international theatre student touring group from England's Cambridge university. Each September, Cambridge's most talented actors, directors, designers and technicians travel across the Atlantic to bring a professional-quality production of a Shakespeare play to audiences in the eastern United States.

For more information about CAST visit CASTCambridge.com

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Smithsonian at Little Washington Concert Series
Sep
11
3:00pm 3:00pm

Smithsonian at Little Washington Concert Series

Kenneth Slowik, architect of the Smithsonian at Little Washington Concert Series - - - now in its 25th year - - - and an outstanding cellist, viola da gamba player, pianist and conductor, has performed in every concert in this series since its inception. Together with the other members of the Smithsonian Chamber Players- - violinist Cynthia Rover and cellist Allen Whear - - - he will present a program of piano trios composed by Joseph Haydn for his friend Rebecca Schroeter.

For more information about the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society visit SmithsonianChamberMusic.org

 

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