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On the Radar

18 Oct
PostClassical Ensemble - Washington National Cathedral’s Ensemble-in-Residence - led by Music Director Angel Gil-Ordóñez, will present Native American Inspirations: From Spillville to Pine Ridge, at the Cathedral, October 1-21. The concert, conducted by Angel and Michael McCarthy, will offer an unprecedented 125-year overview of music inspired by the Native American experience.
The participants will include Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, the most prominent contemporary Native American composer, plus...

19 Oct
PostClassical Ensemble - Washington National Cathedral’s Ensemble-in-Residence - led by Music Director Angel Gil-Ordóñez, will present Native American Inspirations: From Spillville to Pine Ridge, at the Cathedral, October 1-21. The concert, conducted by Angel and Michael McCarthy, will offer an unprecedented 125-year overview of music inspired by the Native American experience.
The participants will include Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, the most prominent contemporary Native American composer, plus...

19 Oct
Dumbarton Concerts will present Quartetto di Cremona in a concert titled Italian Journey at historic Dumbarton Church in Georgetown on October 19. The quartet is comprised of Cristiano Gualco, violin, Paolo Andreoli, violin, Simone Gramaglia, viola, and Giovanni Scaglione, cello.
The ensemble has been "admired as the preeminent quartet of its generation, noted for its lustrous sound, refined musicianship, and stylistic versatility. As ambassadors for the international Friends of Stradivari...

20 Oct
The Georgetown Concert Series, led by Samuel Carabetta, Artistic Director, will continue at St. John's Episcopal Church on October 20. Organist and composer Dorothy Papadakos will set the stage for an early Halloween with Silent Film – Nosferatu.
She will showcase her bold improvisational skills on St. John’s magnificent pipe organ as the cult classic masterpiece Nosferatu is screened.
The audience is invited to “come in costume as your favorite vampire, grab some popcorn, and watch the silver...

20 Oct
PostClassical Ensemble - Washington National Cathedral’s Ensemble-in-Residence - led by Music Director Angel Gil-Ordóñez, will present Native American Inspirations: From Spillville to Pine Ridge, at the Cathedral, October 1-21. The concert, conducted by Angel and Michael McCarthy, will offer an unprecedented 125-year overview of music inspired by the Native American experience.
The participants will include Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, the most prominent contemporary Native American composer, plus...

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Laura Choi Stuart

LauraChoiStuartHailed as “a lyric soprano of ravishing quality” by the Boston Globe, Laura Choi Stuart has appeared on the mainstage with Boston Lyric Opera, Opera Boston, Annapolis Opera, Lake George Opera, the In Series, and Opera North in roles including Musetta, Adina, Gilda, Pamina, and Frasquita.

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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