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21 Jan
      Carpe Diem Arts & Washington Revels will present a Community Sing at Seekers Church in Takoma, DC on January 21. The theme will be: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with songs of Peace, Liberty and Justice.  

Visit http://revelsdc.org/ and/or http://carpediemarts.org/
21 Jan
Visit https://cathedral.org/calendar for complete calendar and repertoire
22 Jan
Epiphany Noontime Concerts
Jan 22, 12 pm - 12 pm
22 Jan
Visit https://cathedral.org/calendar for complete calendar and repertoire
23 Jan
PostClassical Ensemble, led by Angel Gil-Ordóñez, will present Cultural Fusion: The Gamelan Experience on January 23 at The Washington National Cathedral. The event will include both Javanese and Balinese gamelan with dancers, archival films, and much more.

The concert will tell the story of the 1889 Paris Exposition, which introduced composer Claude Debussy to Indonesian music and dance, thereby transforming Western music. Visit https://postclassical.com/

Visit https://cathedral.org/

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Matthew Hill

matthew hill headshotMatthew Hill, tenor, from Laurel, Maryland recently finished his Master of Music degree in Opera Performance at the University of Maryland. He enjoys a varied career as a soloist and ensemble singer, based in Washington D.C.

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David Brundage

David Brundage

Bass David Brundage has appeared in many of the Washington DC area’s most prominent venues including the four theatres of the Kennedy Center.

Highlights of some previous seasons include the Shostakovich Symphony No. 13, Babi Yar with the poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko and the University of Maryland Symphony, a Faure Requiem, and the Kennedy Center’s Messiah Sing-a-Long. 2006 saw his debut with the Chattanooga Opera as Monterone in their production of Rigolettoand a featured solo with the principal trumpet player of the National Symphony, Steven Hendrickson, in “The Trumpet Shall Sound” from Messiah. 

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Sarah Berger

Soprano Sarah Berger has performed solo and chamber repertoire ranging from Heinrich Schütz to John Adams with ensembles including Concert Artists of Baltimore, the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, the Washington Bach Consort,Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra, Hood College Choir, the Bach Sinfonia, the Baltimore Masterworks Chorale, Washington’s Orchestra of the 17th Century, and the chamber ensembles Stylus Luxurians and the Ceciliana Quartet.

 

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