BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Google Inc//Google Calendar 70.9054//EN VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:CONCERT SERIES X-WR-TIMEZONE:America/New_York X-WR-CALDESC:Church\, Gallery\, or other concert series of choral interest BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/New_York X-LIC-LOCATION:America/New_York BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0400 TZNAME:EDT DTSTART:19700308T020000 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=3;BYDAY=2SU END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0400 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 TZNAME:EST DTSTART:19701101T020000 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=11;BYDAY=1SU END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220531T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220531T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220531T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

May 31  \; Trumpeter Br ian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Common wealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Pia zzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tá rrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth w ith organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21 & nbsp\; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

< p>June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

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LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T175533Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth Univers ity TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAESkwII2TIaEgm EpRU6CnNDQBH1rcVd80FTwCKJAQoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaWN0IG9mIENvbH VtYmlhIgJEQyoNVGhlIFZpcmdpbmlhczIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlc lIHRyBTdCBOV1oEMTMxN2IMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XigEMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyKgwxMzE3IEcgU3Qg TlcyDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIVV2FzaGluZ3RvbiwgREMgIDIwMDA1Mg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzODl ABFABWiYKJBISCYSlFToKc0NAEfWtxV3zQVPAGNkyIJvg9d6Q2I3ON5ADAQ==;X-APPLE-RADIU S=36.84105466275334;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphan y, 1317 G St. NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.898750,-77.030479 X-APPLE-TRAVEL-ADVISORY-BEHAVIOR:DISABLED END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220503T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220503T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220503T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcriptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\ , Schumman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacq ues-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Je ff Kempskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hil l\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persiche tti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and P ianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical G uitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

Jun e 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, D irector of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair S tate University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Washington Bach Consort TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220405T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220405T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220405T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of E piphany Tuesday Concert Series.


April 5 & nbsp\; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Apex Br ass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

< p>April 19  \; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Ma ryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo \, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill program\; T he Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Lisz t

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klas inc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcript ions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado \, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan wil l perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, an d Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Direct or of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform org an works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31 &nb sp\; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\ , Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somer salo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Vi lla-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebra ting Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, M D

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Mo ntclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clar inet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Washington Bach Consort TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220510T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220510T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220510T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

May 10  \; The Klasinc& amp\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcriptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, a nd Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will pe rform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Ca ssado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director o f Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ w orks by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Vi rginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Ene scu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo \, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa- Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montcl air\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features The Klasinc&Lončar Duo TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220412T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220412T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220412T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

April 12  \; The Ap ex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill progra m\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and trans criptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Ma chado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Mala n will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata \, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, D irector of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perfor m organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 3 1  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Ad amek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purc ell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Ce lebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Musi c at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Par k\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University \, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features The Apex Brass\, members o f U.S. Navy Band TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220426T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220426T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220426T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

April 26  \; \;Pian ist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double- bill program\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original work s and transcriptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Sc humman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques- Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Koda ly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff K empskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti< /p>

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Piani st Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guita rist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will per form works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Direc tor of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th wit h Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Pianist Sandro Russo\, Ste inway Artist TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220524T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220524T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220524T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

May 24  \; Organist Jef f Kempskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill \, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichet ti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pi anist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Gu itarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Di rector of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair St ate University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Organist Jeff Kempskie\, D irector of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220621T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220621T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220621T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

June 21  \; Marrazza-Ca rt Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

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LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Marrazza-Cart Duo TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220419T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220419T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220419T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

April 19  \; Harpist Ja cqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will pre sent a piano and organ double-bill program\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washing ton Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will pres ent a program of original works and transcriptions from various periods\, i ncluding works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \;

M ay 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Epis copal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssoh n\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley \, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth Unive rsity\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. L lobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seve nth-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marra zza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28 &n bsp\; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220607T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220607T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220607T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

June 7  \; Classical Gu itarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Di rector of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair St ate University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220517T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220517T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220517T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will pe rform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Ca ssado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director o f Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ w orks by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Vi rginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Ene scu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo \, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa- Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montcl air\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Cellist Jacques-Pierre Mal an TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220614T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220614T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220614T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

June 14  \; Celebrating Jun eteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\ , NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Qua rtet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Celebrating Juneteenth wit h organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day A dventist Church TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220628T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220628T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220628T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire seas on of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220531T155137Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Army Band Clarinet Quartet TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20220405T161500Z DTEND:20220405T181500Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:5sf1d5b4d42dpuvomfnl8ibevr@google.com CREATED:20211226T132816Z DESCRIPTION: Now entering its 33rd season\, the Washington Bach Consort’s < i>Noontime Cantata Series continues its mission of bringing the music o f Johann Sebastian Bach to the Washington\, DC community. Presented at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill (Capitol Cantata Series) and Church of the Epiphany (Downtown Cantata Series)\, performances are free of charge to all attendees. Take a break from yo ur busy workday and join us to enjoy the music of Bach in a beautiful and r elaxing atmosphere!  
Visit: https://bachconsort.org/noontime-cantatas/# March LAST-MODIFIED:20220404T094714Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Noontime Cantatas with The Washington Bach Consort TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAEShgII2TIaEgm EpRU6CnNDQBH1rcVd80FTwCKJAQoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaWN0IG9mIENvbH VtYmlhIgJEQyoNVGhlIFZpcmdpbmlhczIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlc lIHRyBTdCBOV1oEMTMxN2IMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XigEMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyKgwxMzE3IEcgU3Qg TlcyDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIVV2FzaGluZ3RvbiwgREMgIDIwMDA1Mg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzODl AAFABWhkKFxISCYSlFToKc0NAEfWtxV3zQVPAGNky;X-APPLE-RADIUS=36.84105466275334; X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G St. NW, Wa shington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.898750,-77.030479 X-APPLE-TRAVEL-ADVISORY-BEHAVIOR:DISABLED END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20220404T161500Z DTEND:20220404T181500Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:638rmteteu80lrc51cemvn9brv@google.com CREATED:20211226T132710Z DESCRIPTION: \;Now entering its 33rd season\, the Washington Bach Conso rt’s \;Noontime Cantata Series \;continues its mission of br inging the music of Johann Sebastian Bach to the Washington\, DC community. Presented at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill (Capitol Ca ntata Series) and Church of the Epiphany (Downtown Cantata Se ries)\, performances are free of charge to all attendees. Ta ke a break from your busy workday and join us to enjoy the music of Bach in a beautiful and relaxing atmosphere! \; \;
Visit: https://bachc onsort.org/noontime-cantatas/#March LAST-MODIFIED:20220404T094650Z LOCATION:St Mark's Capitol Hill\, 301 A St SE\, Washington\, DC 20003\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Noontime Cantatas with The Washington Bach Consort TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAESggII2TIaEgn HuyNjtXFDQBGxqrk3GkBTwCKHAQoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaWN0IG9mIENvbH VtYmlhIgJEQyoNVGhlIFZpcmdpbmlhczIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDNCDENhcGl0b2wgSGlsb FIHQSBTdCBTRVoDMzAxYgszMDEgQSBTdCBTRYoBDENhcGl0b2wgSGlsbCoLMzAxIEEgU3QgU0Uy CzMwMSBBIFN0IFNFMhVXYXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDMyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAAUAF aGQoXEhIJx7sjY7VxQ0ARsaq5NxpAU8AY2TI=;X-APPLE-RADIUS=70.5873202840677;X-APP LE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="St Mark's Capitol Hill, 301 A St SE, Washingto n, DC 20003, USA":geo:38.888348,-77.001600 X-APPLE-TRAVEL-ADVISORY-BEHAVIOR:DISABLED END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20220401T230000Z DTEND:20220402T010000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:7vtger7n6m68ce6pi491vhpfg1@google.com CREATED:20211226T131931Z DESCRIPTION:For those who haven’t experienced music of the Latin American B aroque\, it’s nothing short of a revelation! Exuberance and energy spring f rom a dynamic fusion of Italian and Iberian style with brilliant native inf lections of language\, harmony\, and rhythm. \nVisit: https://bachconsort.o rg/conceptio-gloriosae/ LAST-MODIFIED:20220401T222806Z LOCATION:First Congregational UCC\, 945 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20001\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Conceptio Gloriosae with the Washington Bach Consort TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAESggII2TIaEgm 35W22A3NDQBEeFDnpokFTwCKHAQoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaWN0IG9mIENvbH VtYmlhIgJEQyoNVGhlIFZpcmdpbmlhczIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDFCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlc lIHRyBTdCBOV1oDOTQ1Ygs5NDUgRyBTdCBOV4oBDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlcioLOTQ1IEcgU3QgTlcy Czk0NSBHIFN0IE5XMhVXYXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDEyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAAUAF aGQoXEhIJt+VttgNzQ0ARHhQ56aJBU8AY2TI=;X-APPLE-RADIUS=70.58732032481416;X-AP PLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="First Congregational UCC, 945 G St. NW, Washi ngton, DC 20001, USA":geo:38.898551,-77.025568 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220315T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220315T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220315T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220315T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of E piphany Tuesday Concert Series.

March 15  \; Yamaha Perfor ming Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque and contemporary flute works.

March 22  \; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Director of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany\, “Lenten Meditation” including Mendelssohn Sonata VI\, Lis zt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Org anist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathed ral\, Oklahoma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin International Organ Competit ion will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.

April 5  \; Was hington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Apex Brass\, members of U.S . Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

April 19  \; H arpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore C ounty

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill program\; The Four Scherzi by C hopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \ ; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcriptions from various pe riods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \ ;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompan ied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Sui te

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director of Music\, St. Ma rk's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, M endelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwea lth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzo la

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárre ga\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at S ligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21 &nbs p\; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

J une 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T153107Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Yamaha Performing Artist E llen Burr TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220308T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220308T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220215T171000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220308T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of E piphany Tuesday Concert Series.

March 8  \; The Main Stree t Chamber Players will perform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brahms\, quintet work by Hoffmeister\, and some contemporary pieces

March 15  \; Yamah a Performing Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque and contemporary flute works.

March 22  \; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Director of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany\, “Lenten Meditation” including Mendelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29 &nb sp\; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episcopa l Cathedral\, Oklahoma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin International Organ Competition will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.

April 5 &nb sp\; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Apex Brass\, member s of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

April 19 & nbsp\; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Bal timore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill program\; The Four Sche rzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lon čar Duo will present a program of original works and transcriptions from va rious periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, and Lonča r. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform un accompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director of Music\ , St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpet er Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia C ommonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, an d Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the w inner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Junetee nth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T153054Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features The Main Street Chamber Pl ayers TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220301T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220301T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220215T171000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220301T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of E piphany Tuesday Concert Series.

March 1  \; Washington Bac h Consort

March 8  \; The Main Street Chamber Players will pe rform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brahms\, quintet work by Hoffmeister\, and som e contemporary pieces

March 15  \; Yamaha Performing Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque and contemporary flute works.

March 22 &nb sp\; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Director of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany\, “Lenten Meditation” including Mendelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klag en\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripk a\, Canon Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklahoma Ci ty\, OK. Winner of the Dublin International Organ Competition will play mus ic by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.

April 5  \; Washington Bach Cons ort

April 12  \; The Apex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, wil l perform works for brass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a p iano and organ double-bill program\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantais ie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a pr ogram of original works and transcriptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17 &n bsp\; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24 & nbsp\; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Ch urch\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howe lls\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richm ond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7 & nbsp\; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul By ssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Ce lebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T152958Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Washington Bach Consort TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220222T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220222T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220215T171000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220222T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of E piphany Tuesday Concert Series.

February 22  \; Violinist Brian Hong and Pianist Tomomi Sato will perform Violin Sonata No. 1 by Bart ok and two Fantasies by F. Price

March 1  \; Washington Bach Consort

March 8  \; The Main Street Chamber Players will perform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brahms\, quintet work by Hoffmeister\, and some cont emporary pieces

March 15  \; Yamaha Performing Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque and contemporary flute works.

March 22  \; O rganist Jinsun Cho\, Director of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany\, “Lent en Meditation” including Mendelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, S orgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Ca non Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklahoma City\, O K. Winner of the Dublin International Organ Competition will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.

April 5  \; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Apex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perf orm works for brass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacqueline Polla uf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26 &n bsp\; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano a nd organ double-bill program\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Conso rt

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcriptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Sy mphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will p resent works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Compet ition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and mo re

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssaint he\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Advent ist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrat ing July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T152936Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Violinist Brian Hong and P ianist Tomomi Sato TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220215T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220215T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220215T171000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220215T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

February 15  \; Pianist Szu-Yi Li and Flutist Carrie Rose will perform works by Faure\, Bach\, Georges Enesc o\, and Poulenc

February 22  \; Violinist Brian Hong and Pianist Tomomi Sato will perform Violin Sonata No. 1 by Bartok and two Fantasies by F. Price

March 1  \; Washington Bach Consort

March 8   \; The Main Street Chamber Players will perform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brah ms\, quintet work by Hoffmeister\, and some contemporary pieces

March 15  \; Yamaha Performing Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque and co ntemporary flute works.

March 22  \; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Direct or of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany\, “Lenten Meditation” including Me ndelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Designate at S t Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklahoma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin Int ernational Organ Competition will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.< /p>

April 5  \; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Ap ex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill progra m\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and trans criptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Ma chado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Mala n will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata \, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, D irector of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perfor m organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 3 1  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Ad amek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purc ell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Ce lebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Musi c at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Par k\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University \, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T152918Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Pianist Szu-Yi Li and Flut ist Carrie Rose TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220208T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220208T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220208T171000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220208T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of Epiphany Tuesda y Concert Series.

February 8  \; Musica Spira\, (Trio of S oprano\, Harpsichord\, Viola da gamba) brings the underrepresented stories of early modern female musicians to life\; women’s multifaceted contributio ns to music history and recognition of women in all times and places.

February 15  \; Pianist Szu-Yi Li and Flutist Carrie Rose will perform works by Faure\, Bach\, Georges Enesco\, and Poulenc

February 22 &nb sp\; Violinist Brian Hong and Pianist Tomomi Sato will perform Violin Sonat a No. 1 by Bartok and two Fantasies by F. Price

March 1  \; Washi ngton Bach Consort

March 8  \; The Main Street Chamber Players wi ll perform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brahms\, quintet work by Hoffmeister\, an d some contemporary pieces

March 15  \; Yamaha Performing Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque and contemporary flute works.

March 2 2  \; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Director of Music\, the Church of the Epiph any\, “Lenten Meditation” including Mendelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklaho ma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin International Organ Competition will pla y music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.

April 5  \; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Apex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\ , will perform works for brass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacqu eline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will presen t a piano and organ double-bill program\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fa ntaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcriptions from various periods\, incl uding works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello so lo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcop al Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth Universi ty\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

Jun e 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Gu itar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llob et\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Pa ul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh -Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza -Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28   \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T152906Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Musica Spira TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220125T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220125T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220125T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of Epiphany Tuesday Conce rt Series.

January 25  \; Beau Soir Ensemble\, members of NSO\, will perform works by Debussy\, Rameau\, Glinka and Babcock \;

February 1  \; Celebrating Black History Month with Cellist Wade Da vis\, program includes Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1

February 8  \; Mu sica Spira\, (Trio of Soprano\, Harpsichord\, Viola da gamba) brings the un derrepresented stories of early modern female musicians to life\; women’s m ultifaceted contributions to music history and recognition of women in all times and places.

February 15  \; Pianist Szu-Yi Li and Flutist C arrie Rose will perform works by Faure\, Bach\, Georges Enesco\, and Poulen c

February 22  \; Violinist Brian Hong and Pianist Tomomi Sato wi ll perform Violin Sonata No. 1 by Bartok and two Fantasies by F. Price

< p>March 1  \; Washington Bach Consort

March 8  \; The Main St reet Chamber Players will perform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brahms\, quintet w ork by Hoffmeister\, and some contemporary pieces

March 15  \; Ya maha Performing Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque and contemporary flu te works.

March 22  \; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Director of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany\, “Lenten Meditation” including Mendelssohn Sona ta VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episc opal Cathedral\, Oklahoma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin International Org an Competition will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.

April 5  \; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Apex Brass\, mem bers of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

April 1 9  \; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinw ay Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill program\; The Four S cherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

M ay 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\; Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcriptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, and Lo nčar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado ’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director of Mus ic\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trum peter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virgini a Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, th e winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos \, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating June teenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

J une 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quar tet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T152806Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Beau Soir Ensemble\, membe rs of NSO TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220405T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220405T125500 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20220629T035959Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220405T161000@google.com CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of E piphany Tuesday Concert Series.


April 5 & nbsp\; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Apex Br ass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

< p>April 19  \; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Ma ryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo \, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill program\; T he Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Lisz t

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klas inc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcript ions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado \, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan wil l perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, an d Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Direct or of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform org an works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31 &nb sp\; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\ , Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somer salo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Vi lla-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebra ting Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, M D

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Mo ntclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clar inet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T151847Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220315T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220315T125500 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20220405T035959Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220315T161000@google.com CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

February 15  \; Pianist Szu-Yi Li and Flutist Carrie Rose will perform works by Faure\, Bach\, Georges Enesc o\, and Poulenc

February 22  \; Violinist Brian Hong and Pianist Tomomi Sato will perform Violin Sonata No. 1 by Bartok and two Fantasies by F. Price

March 1  \; Washington Bach Consort

March 8   \; The Main Street Chamber Players will perform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brah ms\, quintet work by Hoffmeister\, and some contemporary pieces

March 15  \; Yamaha Performing Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque and co ntemporary flute works.

March 22  \; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Direct or of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany\, “Lenten Meditation” including Me ndelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Designate at S t Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklahoma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin Int ernational Organ Competition will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.< /p>

April 5  \; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Ap ex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill progra m\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and trans criptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Ma chado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Mala n will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata \, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, D irector of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perfor m organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 3 1  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Ad amek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purc ell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Ce lebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Musi c at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Par k\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University \, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T151847Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series - TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220329T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220329T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220315T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220329T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of E piphany Tuesday Concert Series.

March 29  \; Organist Joseph R ipka\, Canon Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklahoma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin International Organ Competition will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.

April 5  \; Washington Bach C onsort

April 12  \; The Apex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacquel ine Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

Ap ril 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill program\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fant aisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington B ach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcriptions from various periods\, includ ing works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello solo \; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 2 4  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, H owells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Ri chmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth University \, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guit ar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet \, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-D ay Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-C art Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T151706Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Organist Joseph Ripka\, Ca non Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklahoma City\, O K TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220322T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220322T125500 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220315T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20220322T121000 CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of E piphany Tuesday Concert Series.

March 22  \; Organist Jinsun C ho\, Director of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany\, “Lenten Meditation” i ncluding Mendelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Des ignate at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklahoma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin International Organ Competition will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.

April 5  \; Washington Bach Consort

April 12 &nb sp\; The Apex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for br ass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pian ist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double- bill program\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original work s and transcriptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Sc humman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques- Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Koda ly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff K empskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti< /p>

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Piani st Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guita rist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will per form works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Direc tor of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th wit h Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T151613Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series features Organist Jinsun Cho\, Dire ctor of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220215T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220215T125500 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20220315T035959Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220215T171000@google.com CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series.

February 15  \; Pianist Szu-Yi Li and Flutist Carrie Rose will perform works by Faure\, Bach\, Georges Enesc o\, and Poulenc

February 22  \; Violinist Brian Hong and Pianist Tomomi Sato will perform Violin Sonata No. 1 by Bartok and two Fantasies by F. Price

March 1  \; Washington Bach Consort

March 8   \; The Main Street Chamber Players will perform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brah ms\, quintet work by Hoffmeister\, and some contemporary pieces

March 15  \; Yamaha Performing Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque and co ntemporary flute works.

March 22  \; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Direct or of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany\, “Lenten Meditation” including Me ndelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Designate at S t Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklahoma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin Int ernational Organ Competition will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.< /p>

April 5  \; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Ap ex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill progra m\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and trans criptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Ma chado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Mala n will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata \, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, D irector of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perfor m organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 3 1  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Ad amek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purc ell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \; Ce lebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Musi c at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Par k\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State University \, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T151309Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series - Pianist Szu-Yi Li and Flutist Car rie Rose TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220208T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220208T125500 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20220215T045959Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220208T171000@google.com CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of Epiphany Tuesda y Concert Series.

February 8  \; Musica Spira\, (Trio of S oprano\, Harpsichord\, Viola da gamba) brings the underrepresented stories of early modern female musicians to life\; women’s multifaceted contributio ns to music history and recognition of women in all times and places.

February 15  \; Pianist Szu-Yi Li and Flutist Carrie Rose will perform works by Faure\, Bach\, Georges Enesco\, and Poulenc

February 22 &nb sp\; Violinist Brian Hong and Pianist Tomomi Sato will perform Violin Sonat a No. 1 by Bartok and two Fantasies by F. Price

March 1  \; Washi ngton Bach Consort

March 8  \; The Main Street Chamber Players wi ll perform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brahms\, quintet work by Hoffmeister\, an d some contemporary pieces

March 15  \; Yamaha Performing Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque and contemporary flute works.

March 2 2  \; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Director of Music\, the Church of the Epiph any\, “Lenten Meditation” including Mendelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklaho ma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin International Organ Competition will pla y music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.

April 5  \; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Apex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\ , will perform works for brass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacqu eline Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will presen t a piano and organ double-bill program\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fa ntaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcriptions from various periods\, incl uding works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello so lo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcop al Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth Universi ty\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

Jun e 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Gu itar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llob et\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Pa ul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh -Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza -Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28   \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T150904Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series - Musica Spira TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220201T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220201T125500 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20220208T045959Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga_R20220201T171000@google.com CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of Epiphany Tuesday Conce rt Series.


February 1  \; Celebrating Black History Month with Cellist Wade Davis\, program includes Bach’s Cell o Suite No. 1

February 8  \; Musica Spira\, (Trio of So prano\, Harpsichord\, Viola da gamba) brings the underrepresented stories o f early modern female musicians to life\; women’s multifaceted contribution s to music history and recognition of women in all times and places.

February 15  \; Pianist Szu-Yi Li and Flutist Carrie Rose will perform works by Faure\, Bach\, Georges Enesco\, and Poulenc

February 22 &nbs p\; Violinist Brian Hong and Pianist Tomomi Sato will perform Violin Sonata No. 1 by Bartok and two Fantasies by F. Price

March 1  \; Washin gton Bach Consort

March 8  \; The Main Street Chamber Players wil l perform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brahms\, quintet work by Hoffmeister\, and some contemporary pieces

March 15  \; Yamaha Performing Artist E llen Burr will perform Baroque and contemporary flute works.

March 22  \; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Director of Music\, the Church of the Epipha ny\, “Lenten Meditation” including Mendelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Bach

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklahom a City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin International Organ Competition will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Liszt.

April 5  \; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; The Apex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass quintet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacque line Pollauf\, faculty at University of Maryland\, Baltimore County

A pril 26  \; \;Pianist Sandro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill program\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fan taisie et Fugue sur le nom de BACH by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and transcriptions from various periods\, inclu ding works by Albeniz\, Schumman\, Machado\, and Lončar. \;

May 1 7  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello sol o\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s Sonata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie\, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopa l Church\, Capitol Hill\, will perform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

May 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, R ichmond Symphony and Pianist Magda Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth Universit y\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Oscar Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Gui tar Competition\, will perform works by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobe t\, and more

June 14  \; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Pau l Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh- Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza- Cart Duo\, Montclair State University\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \ ; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T150759Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series - Celebrating Black History Month w ith Cellist Wade Davis\, program includes Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1 TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20220125T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20220125T125500 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20220201T045959Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6pvoeu01tgdm5au95r4a7rrnga@google.com CREATED:20220124T150617Z DESCRIPTION:Visit this link to view entire season of Epip hany Tuesday Concert Series.

January 25  \; Beau Soir Ense mble\, members of NSO\, will perform works by Debussy\, Rameau\, Glinka and Babcock \;

February 1  \; Celebrating Black History Month wi th Cellist Wade Davis\, program includes Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1

Feb ruary 8  \; Musica Spira\, (Trio of Soprano\, Harpsichord\, Viola da ga mba) brings the underrepresented stories of early modern female musicians t o life\; women’s multifaceted contributions to music history and recognitio n of women in all times and places.

February 15  \; Pianist Szu-Y i Li and Flutist Carrie Rose will perform works by Faure\, Bach\, Georges E nesco\, and Poulenc

February 22  \; Violinist Brian Hong and Pian ist Tomomi Sato will perform Violin Sonata No. 1 by Bartok and two Fantasie s by F. Price

March 1  \; Washington Bach Consort

March 8 & nbsp\; The Main Street Chamber Players will perform Piano Quartet No. 3 by Brahms\, quintet work by Hoffmeister\, and some contemporary pieces

M arch 15  \; Yamaha Performing Artist Ellen Burr will perform Baroque an d contemporary flute works.

March 22  \; Organist Jinsun Cho\, Di rector of Music\, the Church of the Epiphany\, “Lenten Meditation” includin g Mendelssohn Sonata VI\, Liszt “Weinen\, Klagen\, Sorgen\, Zagen”\, and Ba ch

March 29  \; Organist Joseph Ripka\, Canon Musician Designate at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral\, Oklahoma City\, OK. Winner of the Dublin International Organ Competition will play music by Vierne\, Bach\, and Lis zt.

April 5  \; Washington Bach Consort

April 12  \; Th e Apex Brass\, members of U.S. Navy Band\, will perform works for brass qui ntet

April 19  \; Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf\, faculty at Univers ity of Maryland\, Baltimore County

April 26  \; \;Pianist San dro Russo\, Steinway Artist\, will present a piano and organ double-bill pr ogram\; The Four Scherzi by Chopin and Fantaisie et Fugue sur le nom de BAC H by Liszt

May 3  \; Washington Bach Consort

May 10  \; The Klasinc&\;Lončar Duo will present a program of original works and t ranscriptions from various periods\, including works by Albeniz\, Schumman\ , Machado\, and Lončar. \;

May 17  \; Cellist Jacques-Pierre Malan will perform unaccompanied cello solo\; Bach’s Chaconne\, Kodaly’s So nata\, and Cassado’s Solo Suite

May 24  \; Organist Jeff Kempskie \, Director of Music\, St. Mark's Episcopal Church\, Capitol Hill\, will pe rform organ works by Bach\, Mendelssohn\, Howells\, and Persichetti

M ay 31  \; Trumpeter Brian Strawley\, Richmond Symphony and Pianist Magd a Adamek\, Virginia Commonwealth University\, will present works by Bach\, Purcell\, Enescu\, and Piazzola

June 7  \; Classical Guitarist Os car Somersalo\, the winner of 2019 ECU Guitar Competition\, will perform wo rks by Villa-Lobos\, F. Tárrega\, M. Llobet\, and more

June 14  \ ; Celebrating Juneteenth with organist Paul Byssainthe\, Jr.\, Director of Music at Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church\, Takoma Park\, MD

June 21  \; Marrazza-Cart Duo\, Montclair State Univer sity\, Montclair\, NJ

June 28  \; Celebrating July 4th with Army Band Clarinet Quartet

LAST-MODIFIED:20220124T150707Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St. NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, U SA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series - Beau Soir Ensemble\, members of N SO\, will perform works by Debussy\, Rameau\, Glinka and Babcock TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20220402T230000Z DTEND:20220403T010000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:5d2r49mp1fi7rdi7jcci92savt@google.com CREATED:20211226T131943Z DESCRIPTION:For those who haven’t experienced music of the Latin American B aroque\, it’s nothing short of a revelation! Exuberance and energy spring f rom a dynamic fusion of Italian and Iberian style with brilliant native inf lections of language\, harmony\, and rhythm. \nVisit: https://bachconsort.o rg/conceptio-gloriosae/ LAST-MODIFIED:20211226T132506Z LOCATION:St. Paul's Episcopal Church\, 228 S Pitt St\, Alexandria\, VA 2231 4\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Conceptio Gloriosae with the Washington Bach Consort TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20220120T230000Z DTEND:20220121T003000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:77fd0g4hjeo4bql5it45otjeno@google.com CREATED:20211218T165114Z DESCRIPTION: The Phillips Collection has returned to live concerts in th e Music Room\, but with very limited in-person seating capacity\, in line w ith DC government guidance. All of the concerts will be on Sundays\, excep t for the January 20\, concert\, which will be on a Thursday. To see the fu ll schedule\, visit Visit www.phillipscollection.org/music LAST-MODIFIED:20211219T223751Z LOCATION:The Phillips Collection\, 1600 21st St NW\, Washington\, DC 20009\ , USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Live Concerts with The Phillips COllection TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20210707 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20210708 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20211016;INTERVAL=3;BYDAY=WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:74ncsacl92eo5j6egng6ftpomf@google.com CREATED:20210703T170446Z DESCRIPTION:The National Philharmonic’s 2021-2022 concert season at The Mus ic Center at Strathmore\, led by Music Director &\; Conductor Piotr Gaje wski\, Chorale Artistic Director Stan Engebretson\, Concertmaster Laura Col gate and Cover Conductor &\; Lecturer Rebecca Smithorn will begin on Oct ober 16. Visit https ://nationalphilharmonic.org/2122season/ LAST-MODIFIED:20210703T170446Z LOCATION: SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The National Philharmonic’s 2021-2022 concert season TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20210706 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20210707 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20211005;INTERVAL=3;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2dk5b7pv8oj5cgu13v416j49r9@google.com CREATED:20210703T170253Z DESCRIPTION:



The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) has announced plans for A Season of Discovery\, with performances for live audiences at The Music Center at Strathmore. The season will include eight commissions and three world premieres\, w ith notable soloists and 14 local partners. There will be several guest co nductors as the BSO begins an international\, multi-year search for a new M usic Director. Artistic Advisor James Conlon will bring his Recove red Voices mission to the BSO\, feat uring works by American composers neglected because of their race.< span style="font-size: 14px\;"> M usic Director Laureate and OrchKids Founder Marin Alsop will return with three commissions and a reimagining of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. The season will feature violinist and conductor Itzhak Perlman\, Renée Fleming\, Rod Gilfry\, Christine Goerke\ , Nicola Benedetti\, Ray Chen\, Benjamin Grosvenor\, and Anne-Sophie Mutter in performance with Sir Andrew Davis. Sixteen soloists will make their BSO debuts. Principal Pops Conduc tor Jack Everly will return\, and Byron Stripling will showcase ragtime masters Scott Joplin and Jelly Roll Morton. The BSO will also exp and its digital platform with new accessibility through live-streamed perfo rmances and the docuseries titled BS O Sessions. Visit https://www.bsomusic.org/Subscribe< br>
LAST-MODIFIED:20210703T170253Z LOCATION:The Music Center at Strathmore\, 5301 Tuckerman Ln\, North Bethesd a\, MD 20852\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) has announced plans for A Se ason of Discovery\, with performances for live audiences TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20210714 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20210715 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20210925;INTERVAL=2;BYDAY=WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:363rtg2d9dtc3fp8r4un651i1l@google.com CREATED:20210703T165950Z DESCRIPTION:The Center for the Arts at George Mason University has announce d the beginning of a new season of in-person performances to begin on Septe mber 25\, 2021. For a preview visit https://cfa.gmu.edu/events/preview LAST-MODIFIED:20210703T165950Z LOCATION: SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Center for the Arts at George Mason University TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20210705 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20210706 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20211004;INTERVAL=2;BYDAY=MO DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:64hhmii7ai116lkdoija5qqe83@google.com CREATED:20210703T165626Z DESCRIPTION:Wolf Trap’s full list of upcoming offerings that will be stream ed are listed at https://w ww.wolftrap.org/calendar.aspx LAST-MODIFIED:20210703T165815Z LOCATION: SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Wolf Trap livestream TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20210708 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20210709 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;WKST=SU;UNTIL=20211007;INTERVAL=2;BYDAY=TH DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:3jtg4f3gjoolata8id2faj2ims@google.com CREATED:20210703T165745Z DESCRIPTION:Fairfax Symphony Orchestra offers recordings from their archive s @ h ttps://www.fairfaxsymphony.org/fso-brings-the-music-to-you \; LAST-MODIFIED:20210703T165745Z LOCATION: SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Fairfax Symphony Orchestra recordings TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20210711T010000Z DTEND:20210711T020000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:4re7e59fsocpbqfi250kv6ej11@google.com CREATED:20210703T165418Z DESCRIPTION:Alexandria Symphony Orchestra (ASO)\, led by James Ross\, Music Director\, presents live music in outdoor venues around Alexandria with sm all ensembles and limited\, socially-distanced audiences. If conditions per mit\, indoor venues may be opened. ASO will present a free concert a s part of the 272nd Alexandria Birthday Celebration on July 10 at 9:00 p.m. The celebration\, sponsored by the city and coordinated by the Department of Recreation\, Parks and Cultural Activities\, culminates with fireworks a t 9:30 p.m.\, underscored by additional music from the orchestra.Visit: https://alexsym.org/ \; LAST-MODIFIED:20210703T165418Z LOCATION: SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Alexandria Symphony Orchestra celebrates 272nd Alexandria Birthday! TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20210629 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20210630 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:3e7kgs8p28rc8rcponf70r5m51@google.com CREATED:20210629T113108Z DESCRIPTION:Washington Performing Arts (WPA) has expanded its online subscr iption series titled Home Delivery Plus. The series features paid-admissio n performances and companion experiences. Visit www.washingtonperfor mingarts.org/seasontickets/home-delivery/ LAST-MODIFIED:20210629T113108Z LOCATION: SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Washington Performing Arts (WPA) has expanded its online subscripti on TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180101 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180102 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20210331;BYMONTHDAY=1 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:5camhl3io3iopvstn8pecn8o39@google.com CREATED:20171214T000103Z DESCRIPTION:https://www.nga.gov/calendar/concerts. html LAST-MODIFIED:20210428T143353Z LOCATION:National Gallery of Art - East Building\, 150 4th St NW\, Washingt on\, DC 20001 SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:National Gallery Concerts (postponed) TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20180626T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20180626T125000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20200317T035959Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:7CCAEB86-BC1B-4CF2-8E73-C247F0C408CD CREATED:20180626T160745Z DESCRIPTION:For details\, visit http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/co ncerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20200509T163552Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 SEQUENCE:3 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Noontime Concerts TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgk+Rz9 1B3NDQBH7m6tB80FTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAA;X-APPLE-RADIUS=70.5873 2032565101;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005":geo:38.898665,-77.030472 X-APPLE-TRAVEL-ADVISORY-BEHAVIOR:DISABLED END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20200317T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20200317T125000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20200519T035959Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:_6t1k6ga588s3cba28cok4b9k8d334b9o8krj6ba368q3ehhg8cq30e238g_R20200317T1 61000@google.com CREATED:20180626T160745Z DESCRIPTION:For details\, visit http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/co ncerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20200509T163552Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 SEQUENCE:3 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:CANCELED - Epiphany Noontime Concerts TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgk+Rz9 1B3NDQBH7m6tB80FTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAA;X-APPLE-RADIUS=70.5873 2032565101;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005":geo:38.898665,-77.030472 X-APPLE-TRAVEL-ADVISORY-BEHAVIOR:DISABLED END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20191206T000000Z DTEND:20191206T020000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:4u3a05kpa01vu51jhjm27r9g9e@google.com CREATED:20191014T005144Z DESCRIPTION:The Georgetown Concert Series will present VOCES8 - Holiday Can dlelight Concert at St. John's Episcopal Church in Georgetown on December 5 . The British vocal ensemble will be making their third appearance at St. J ohn’s. They tour throughout Europe\, North America\, and Asia. \n The pr ogram will include music from VOCES8's Winter and Christmas albums\, “selec ted for versatility and the diverse musical expression central to the ensem ble’s performance ethos.”\n\nVisit https://stjohnsgeorgetown.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20191014T005226Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, Georgetown\, 3240 O St NW\, Washingt on\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:VOCES8 TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20191103T220000Z DTEND:20191104T000000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:476ltmfae1cfcbd5bmjmv6liaa@google.com CREATED:20191014T005051Z DESCRIPTION:The Georgetown Concert Series at St. John's Episcopal Church wi ll present The King’s Singers on November 3. The sextet\, which is comprise d of two countertenors\, a tenor\, two baritones\, and a bass\, will bring a diverse repertoire from the Renaissance to the Beatles. \n The Singers are notable for “seamless harmonies\, purity of tone\, and a wide repertoi re.” They have won two Grammy awards\, an Emmy\, and a place in Gramophone magazine’s inaugural Hall of Fame.\n\nVisit https://stjohnsgeorgetown.org LAST-MODIFIED:20191014T005051Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, Georgetown\, 3240 O St NW\, Washingt on\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The King’s Singers TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20191020 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20191021 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2tf74rngu1jag1u7vu42gq18v7@google.com CREATED:20191014T004920Z DESCRIPTION:The Georgetown Concert Series\, led by Samuel Carabetta\, Artis tic Director\, will continue at St. John's Episcopal Church on October 20. Organist and composer Dorothy Papadakos will set the stage for an early Hal loween with Silent Film – Nosferatu. \n She will showcase her bold impr ovisational skills on St. John’s magnificent pipe organ as the cult classic masterpiece Nosferatu is screened. \n The audience is invited to “come in costume as your favorite vampire\, grab some popcorn\, and watch the si lver screen’s frightening 1922 German Expressionist masterpiece come alive! ” \n The event is co-sponsored by the American Film Institute.\n \nVis it https://stjohnsgeorgetown.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20191014T004920Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, Georgetown\, 3240 O St NW\, Washingt on\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Georgetown Concert Series - Organist and composer Dorothy Papad akos will set the stage for an early Halloween with Silent Film – Nosferatu TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20191208T210000Z DTEND:20191208T230000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:1473v9218c1a3ln47mblh29dk2@google.com CREATED:20191014T002638Z DESCRIPTION:Chevy Chase Concerts will perform Sing We Now of Christmas! at Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church on December 8. The annual concert will feat ure the music of several centuries from across the globe. \n "Choirs wi ll sing\, bells will ring and audience carol singing will send you out in a joyous holiday spirit." \n\nVisit www.chevychasepc.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20191014T002638Z LOCATION:The Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church\, 1 Chevy Chase Cir\, Washingt on\, DC 20015\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Chevy Chase Concerts will perform Sing We Now of Christmas! TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20191117T210000Z DTEND:20191117T230000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:1det1mbd2hn2ek1mt0b0nbp0a1@google.com CREATED:20191014T002519Z DESCRIPTION:The Apollo Orchestra - with NY Philharmonic Principal Cellist C arter Brey - will perform a concert at Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church on N ovember 17. The program will include Respighi's Ancient Airs and Dances–Sui te No. 1\, Haydn's Concerto No. 1 in C Major & Schumann's Symphony No. 4 in D minor\, Op. 120 (Original 1841 version).\n \nVisit www.apolloorchestra. com/ LAST-MODIFIED:20191014T002519Z LOCATION:The Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church\, 1 Chevy Chase Cir\, Washingt on\, DC 20015\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Apollo Orchestra - with NY Philharmonic Principal Cellist Carte r Brey TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20191027T200000Z DTEND:20191027T220000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jg29p3qkfc0icmes2t1esge45@google.com CREATED:20191014T001929Z DESCRIPTION:Chevy Chase Concerts will present Seneca Rocks! - an afternoon of lively picking and beautiful harmony singing by a brilliant bluegrass ba nd made up of prominent veteran performers\, many of whom are former Johnso n Mountain Boys - at Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church at 4 p.m. on October 2 7. The group includes Dudley Connell on guitar\, Sally Love on guitar\, To m Adams on banjo\, David McLaughlin on mandolin and Marshall Wilborn on bas s. \n\nVisit www.chevychasepc.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20191014T001929Z LOCATION:The Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church\, 1 Chevy Chase Cir\, Washingt on\, DC 20015\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Chevy Chase Concerts will present Seneca Rocks! TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20191109 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20191110 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:63qbt03ea7pmlgeesar84o7e21@google.com CREATED:20191014T000817Z DESCRIPTION:Dumbarton Concerts will present local group Mark G. Meadows & T he Movement\, featuring vocalist and songwriter Rochelle Rice\, at historic Dumbarton Church in Georgetown on November 9. The concert will feature Mea dows’ trademark combination of jazz\, R&B\, and gospel\, with Rice’s fusion of jazz\, pop\, and soul in "a harmonic blend that is fresh and exciting." \n They will perform originals and arrangements alongside timeless hi ts from Dizzy Gillespie\, Stevie Wonder\, Steely Dan and more.\n \nVisit w ww.dumbartonconcerts.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20191014T000817Z LOCATION:Dumbarton United Methodist Church\, 3133 Dumbarton St NW\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dumbarton Concerts will present local group Mark G. Meadows & The M ovement\, featuring vocalist and songwriter Rochelle Rice TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20191019 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20191020 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:5rh1ca6n9chbh2poo91mf93q1t@google.com CREATED:20191014T000718Z DESCRIPTION:Dumbarton Concerts will present Quartetto di Cremona in a conce rt titled Italian Journey at historic Dumbarton Church in Georgetown on Oct ober 19. The quartet is comprised of Cristiano Gualco\, violin\, Paolo Andr eoli\, violin\, Simone Gramaglia\, viola\, and Giovanni Scaglione\, cello. \n The ensemble has been "admired as the preeminent quartet of its gene ration\, noted for its lustrous sound\, refined musicianship\, and stylisti c versatility. As ambassadors for the international Friends of Stradivari p roject\, the Quartetto di Cremona performs on the Paganini Quartet by Anton io Stradivari - a complete family of string instruments once owned by Nicco lò Paganini."\n \nVisit www.dumbartonconcerts.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20191014T000718Z LOCATION:Dumbarton United Methodist Church\, 3133 Dumbarton St NW\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dumbarton Concerts will present Quartetto di Cremona TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190602 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190603 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6s3acjhvvrak7ou2aj10dlnodg@google.com CREATED:20190113T231821Z DESCRIPTION:Chevy Chase Concerts presents CCPC Chancel Choir and Orchestra - Music for choir\, organ and i nstruments.

Visit www.chevychasepc.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20190113T231821Z LOCATION:The Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church\, 1 Chevy Chase Cir\, Washingt on\, DC 20015\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Chevy Chase Concerts presents CCPC Chancel Choir and Orchestra - M usic for choir\, organ and instruments. TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190428 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190429 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:093vk7c0jejv7u1ktqg6s1df64@google.com CREATED:20190113T231718Z DESCRIPTION:Chevy Chase Concerts presents The world-renowned bass-baritone Eric Owens\, international star of the Metropolitan Opera and other houses\ , will be accompanied by Mark Markham.

June 2: CCPC Chancel Choir an d Orchestra - Music for choir\, organ and instruments.

Visit www.chevychasepc.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20190113T231718Z LOCATION:The Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church\, 1 Chevy Chase Cir\, Washingt on\, DC 20015\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Chevy Chase Concerts presents the world-renowned bass-baritone Eric Owens\, international star of the Metropolitan Opera TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190324 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190325 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:1cec1mgkkd2eghfqgafrc7ghq0@google.com CREATED:20190113T231612Z DESCRIPTION:Chevy Chase Concerts presents the 42nd Annual Bach Marathon - T he music of J.S. Bach in half-hour programs on the Rieger tracker organ. Th e theme this year will be the “Schubler Chorales.” The concert is followed by a traditional German dinner.

April 28: Eric Owens - The world-ren owned bass-baritone Eric Owens\, international star of the Metropolitan Ope ra and other houses\, will be accompanied by Mark Markham.

June 2: C CPC Chancel Choir and Orchestra - Music for choir\, organ and instruments.

Visit www.chevychasepc.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20190113T231612Z LOCATION:The Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church\, 1 Chevy Chase Cir\, Washingt on\, DC 20015\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Chevy Chase Concerts presents the 42nd Annual Bach Marathon - The m usic of J.S. Bach in half-hour programs on the Rieger tracker organ. The th eme this year will be the “Schubler Chorales.” TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190217 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190218 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:4ms7mkij2l0assqgmiibgm336l@google.com CREATED:20190113T231445Z DESCRIPTION:Chevy Chase Concerts presents the Peter &\; Will Anderson Tr io - The Anderson twins - jazz virtuosos of the clarinet and saxophone - wi ll be joined by guitarist Felix Lemerle.

March 24: 42nd Annual Bach Marathon - The music of J.S. Bach in half-hour programs on the Rieger track er organ. The theme this year will be the “Schubler Chorales.” The concert is followed by a traditional German dinner.

April 28: Eric Owens - T he world-renowned bass-baritone Eric Owens\, international star of the Metr opolitan Opera and other houses\, will be accompanied by Mark Markham.
< br>June 2: CCPC Chancel Choir and Orchestra - Music for choir\, organ and< /span> instruments.

Visit www.chevychasepc.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20190113T231445Z LOCATION:The Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church\, 1 Chevy Chase Cir\, Washingt on\, DC 20015\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Chevy Chase Concerts presents the Peter & Will Anderson Trio TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190120 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190121 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2vcv81r1hu5duutm53p6svbpis@google.com CREATED:20190113T231318Z DESCRIPTION:Chevy Chase Concerts presents the Apollo Orchestra\, conducted by Stephen Czarkowski\, at Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church (CCPC) in Northw est D.C. on January 20.  \;
 \;  \; The concert will feature Beethoven's Symphony (No. 7). The orchestra will also perform works by Res pighi (Suite in G for organ and strings)\, Dvorak's Slavonic Dances and Tch aikovsky's Variations on a Rococo Theme.  \; \;
 \;  \; The featured artists will include organist Julie Vidrick Evans and cellist Michael Balas.  \;
 \;  \; The concert is made possible by t he Downing Family Foundation. A reception to meet the artists will follow t he concert.  \;

Chevy Chase Concerts has also scheduled programs on: \;

February 17: Peter &\; Will AndersonTrio - The Anders on twins - jazz virtuosos of the clarinet and saxophone - will be joined by guitarist Felix Lemerle.

March 24: 42nd Annual Bach Marathon - The music of J.S. Bach in half-hour programs on the Rieger tracker organ. The t heme this year will be the “Schubler Chorales.” The concert is followed by a traditional German dinner.

April 28: Eric Owens - The world-renown ed bass-baritone Eric Owens\, international star of the Metropolitan Opera and other houses\, will be accompanied by Mark Markham.

June 2: CCPC Chancel Choir and Orchestra - Music for choir\, organ and instruments.

T o read more about the Apollo Orchestra\, visit www.apolloorchestra.com/

Visit www.chevychasepc.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20190113T231318Z LOCATION:The Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church\, 1 Chevy Chase Cir\, Washingt on\, DC 20015\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Chevy Chase Concerts presents the Apollo Orchestra TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190330 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190331 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0f4145n96hp97oqb5s2rbt8i94@google.com CREATED:20190113T230900Z DESCRIPTION:Dumbarton Concerts will present the Harlem Quartet: Game Change rs\, with Ilmar Gavilán\, violin\, Melissa White\, violin\, Jaime Amador\, viola and Felix Umansky\, cello at historic Dumbarton Church in Georgetown on March 30. \n\nTo read more about the quartet\, visit https://culturecap ital.com/changes\n\nVisit www.dumbartonconcerts.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20190113T230900Z LOCATION:Dumbarton United Methodist Church\, 3133 Dumbarton St NW\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dumbarton Concerts presents Harlem Quartet: Game Changers TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190309 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190310 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:3l9gna8bqt4476r404s0j5nrv7@google.com CREATED:20190113T230803Z DESCRIPTION:Dumbarton Concerts will present the Scharoun Ensemble: Wind and String Octet at historic Dumbarton Church in Georgetown on March 9. The qu artet is one of Germany’s leading chamber-music groups.  \;
 \;  \; They focus on bridging the gap between the traditional and the mode rn\, with a repertoire spanning the Baroque era to 20th century and contemporary com positions. The quartet was founded in 1983 by members of the Berlin Philhar monic Orchestra. To read more about the ensemble\, visit https://scharoun-e nsemble.com/ \; LAST-MODIFIED:20190113T230803Z LOCATION:Dumbarton United Methodist Church\, 3133 Dumbarton St NW\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dumbarton Concerts presents the Scharoun Ensemble TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190126 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190127 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:4kuonkstm679crn77joqkebl3i@google.com CREATED:20190113T230301Z DESCRIPTION:Dumbarton Concerts will present Julia Nixon Sings Burt Bacharac h & Hal David with the Dave Ylvisaker Dozen - a 12-person band - at histori c Dumbarton Church in Georgetown on January 26. Award-winning soloist Juli a Nixon had a lead role on Broadway in Dreamgirls and also won a Helen Hay es Award. \nVisit www.dumbartonconcerts.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20190113T230646Z LOCATION:Dumbarton United Methodist Church\, 3133 Dumbarton St NW\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dumbarton Concerts will present Julia Nixon Sings Burt Bacharach & Hal David with the Dave Ylvisaker Dozen TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190216 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190217 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:3jvhof2tvulqlf22vqo0jdht58@google.com CREATED:20181219T020740Z DESCRIPTION:Dumbarton Concerts\, in partnership with the Washington Opera S ociety\, will present Rosa Lamoreaux\, soprano\, Michael Bard\, guitarist\, and Andrew E. Simpson\, pianist\, at Dumbarton United Methodist Church in Georgetown on February 16. They will perform a Valentine’s Day program featuring eve rything from courtly songs of the Elizabethan era to delights from The Grea t American Songbook.  \;

Visit http://www.dumbartonconcerts.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20190113T230631Z LOCATION:Dumbarton United Methodist Church\, 3133 Dumbarton St NW\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dumbarton Concerts\, in partnership with the Washington Opera Socie ty\, will present Rosa Lamoreaux\, soprano\, Michael Bard\, guitarist\, and Andrew E. Simpson\, pianist TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20190223 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20190224 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:7c7e3k9oah3oci1qd9hs3u21rr@google.com CREATED:20190113T230618Z DESCRIPTION:Dumbarton Concerts presents The Delphi Trio ~ Among Friends on February 23 at historic Dumbarton Church in Georgetown. The trio is compris ed of Michelle Kwon\, cello\, Liana Bérubé\, violin & Jeffrey LaDeur\, pian o. They have performed chamber music concerts in Germany\, the Netherlands\ , Canada\, and across the U.S. \n Their program will explore the ability of both music and friendship to reveal inner emotional worlds. \n\nVisit w ww.dumbartonconcerts.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20190113T230618Z LOCATION:Dumbarton United Methodist Church\, 3133 Dumbarton St NW\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dumbarton Concerts presents The Delphi Trio ~ Among Friends TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20181107T171000Z DTEND:20181107T174500Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:4fa9cguh0t77si83fgnr5knndl@google.com CREATED:20181106T205422Z DESCRIPTION:The Rejoicing George Frideric Handel (1685-1759)
Canzona per sonare< /g> No. 2 Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612)
Simple Gifts Jari Villanueva&nbs p\;
West Side Story Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)
- Maria
- I Feel Pretty
- Somewhere
Grand Choeur Dialogue Eugene Gigout (1844-1925)Canzona Bergamasca Samuel Scheidt (1587-1654)
Quintet\, mvmt. 1 Malcol m Arnold (1921-2006)
That's a plenty Lew Pollack (1895-1946)

Trum pets: Adrienne Doctor and Barret Newman
Horn: Shane Iler
Trombone: Om ar Dejesus
Tuba: Jan Duga
Organ: Michael Lodico LAST-MODIFIED:20181106T205422Z LOCATION:St John's Episcopal Church\, Lafayette Square\, 1525 H St NW\, Was hington\, DC 20005\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesday Concerts featuring Ads Nova Orchestra Brass Ensembl e TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20181111T230000Z DTEND:20181112T010000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2i6c51m5m4k351hq1r6oacmurm@google.com CREATED:20181030T174241Z DESCRIPTION:Concerts at Good Shepherd 2018 – 2019 season\nCapital Band\nSun day\, November 11 6:00 p.m.\nOur special Veteran’s Day concert will commemo rate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day with a patriotic band and vocal music\, featuring the Capital Band. Composed of top musicians who are all veterans of the highly esteemed Washington\, DC military bands\, the Capita l Band members have performed at the Kennedy Center\, the White House\, and represent four branches of our nation’s military. The Capital Band will pr esent a variety of music including classical music from the 16th through th e 20th century\, along with Dixieland\, and a patriotic salute to our veter ans. Tickets for the 2018-2019 concert season along with single tickets are available for purchase at this concert and are also available online at ht tp://cogs.brownpapertickets.com. A festive reception will follow the concer t.\n\nSingle tickets: $25 adults/$15 students\n\nChurch of the Good Shepher d\n9350 Braddock Road\nBurke\, Virginia 22015\n703-323-5400 \nhttp://www.go od-shepherd.net LAST-MODIFIED:20181030T174241Z LOCATION:Church of the Good Shepherd\, 9350 Braddock Rd\, Burke\, VA 22015\ , USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Capital Band at Concerts at Good Shepherd TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20181021 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20181022 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2u78s951deurob2u07rdrev5iu@google.com CREATED:20180913T212058Z DESCRIPTION:\nThe Georgetown Concert Series\, led by Artistic Director Samu el Carabetta\, will present the Handel + Haydn Society at Saint John's Epis copal Church on October 21. The Society is the oldest continually performin g arts organization in America (1815)\, and its members are virtuosos in pe riod instrument performance. \n H+H’s concertmaster Aisslinn Nosky and principals Susanna Ogata (violin)\, Guy Fishman (cello)\, and Ian Watson (h arpsichord) will present a program of virtuoso solo and trio sonatas by Cor elli\, Bach\, Vivaldi\, and Handel.\n They will be joined by H+H star so prano — and St. John’s own — Margot Rood singing Italian cantatas by Handel and Vivaldi. \n\nVisit https://stjohnsgeorgetown.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180913T212058Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, Georgetown\, 3240 O St NW\, Washingt on\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Georgetown Concert Series\, led by Artistic Director Samuel Car abetta\, will present the Handel + Haydn Society TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180715T173000Z DTEND:20180715T193000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:1fekesinbphuhofqqfmceqbjqk@google.com CREATED:20180628T233947Z DESCRIPTION:Sunday\, July 15\, 2018\, 1:30 p.m.\nMichał Szostak\, from Lich en Stary\, Poland\, Organ\n\nMusic includes the JS Bach Passacaglia and Fug ue in c minor\, Nicolaus Bruhns Prelude and Fugue in e minor\, Dietrich Bux tehude Prelude\, Fugue and Ciaccona in C Major\, and an improvisation on a given theme.\n\nVisit http://gracedc.org or contact Bach Festival Director Francine Maté at bach@gracedc.org or call Grace Church at 202-333-7100. LAST-MODIFIED:20180628T233947Z LOCATION:Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Ave NW\, Washington\, DC 2 0007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Grace Episcopal Bach Festival - Michał Szostak\, from Lichen Stary\ , Poland\, Organ TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180714T000000Z DTEND:20180714T020000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:7lbil625e8iep4rusbgjlj9h4g@google.com CREATED:20180628T233851Z DESCRIPTION:Friday\, July 13\, 2018\, 8:00 p.m.\nRoland Maria Stangier\, fr om Essen Germany\, Organ Grace Church Artist in Residence for the Grace Chu rch 25th Bach Festival\n\nWorks include music of JS Bach\, compositions by JS Bach contemporaries\, and an improvisation on a given theme.\n\nVisit ht tp://gracedc.org or contact Bach Festival Director Francine Maté at bach@gr acedc.org or call Grace Church at 202-333-7100. LAST-MODIFIED:20180628T233851Z LOCATION:Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Ave NW\, Washington\, DC 2 0007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Grace Episcopal Bach Festival - Roland Maria Stangier\, from Essen Germany\, Organ Grace Church Artist in Residence for the Grace Church 25th Bach Festival TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180711T233000Z DTEND:20180712T013000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:43odrims9femu07mls4i4aa58q@google.com CREATED:20180628T233751Z DESCRIPTION:Wednesday\, July 11\, 2018\, 7:30 p.m.\nYuri Liberzon\, Guitar\ nPiotr Pakhomkin\, Guitar\n\nWorks include transcriptions of works by JS Ba ch for Guitar.\n\nVisit http://gracedc.org or contact Bach Festival Directo r Francine Maté at bach@gracedc.org or call Grace Church at 202-333-7100. LAST-MODIFIED:20180628T233751Z LOCATION:Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Ave NW\, Washington\, DC 2 0007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Grace Episcopal Bach Festival - Works include transcriptions of wor ks by JS Bach for Guitar. TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180708T190000Z DTEND:20180708T210000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:53betsmj3idj4m2o1v2s1lek40@google.com CREATED:20180628T233051Z DESCRIPTION:Sunday\, July 8\, 2018\, 3:00 p.m.
Francine Maté\, Director of the Festival and Harpsichord
Soo Young Chrisfield\, Soprano
Jason Rylander\, Tenor
Shouvik Mondle\, Bass
Regino Madrid\, Violin I
Ke i Sugiyama\, Violin II
Charlie Powers\, Cello
Shaughn Dowd\, Flute
Robert Bonner\, Trumpet

The program will be JS Bach’s Coffee Cantat a\; Cantata No. 51\, Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen\; and the G Ma jor Cello Suite\, BWV 1007.

Visit http://gracedc.org or contact Bach Festival Director Francine Maté at bach@gracedc.org or call Grace Church a t 202-333-7100. LAST-MODIFIED:20180628T233635Z LOCATION:Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Ave NW\, Washington\, DC 2 0007\, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Grace Episcopal Bach Festival - JS Bach’s Coffee Cantata TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180709T233000Z DTEND:20180710T013000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:7ua7e94m6qlk4fhe314e558t2h@google.com CREATED:20180628T233617Z DESCRIPTION:Monday\, July 9\, 2018\, 7:30 p.m.\nNancy Almquist\, Soprano\nR egino Madrid\, Violin I\nKei Sugiyama\, Violin II\nDerek Smith\, Viola\nCha rlie Powers\, Cello\nJoe DeLuccio\, Oboe\nDan Meyer\, Harpsichord\n\nThe pr ogram will be the JS Bach Cantata No. 202\, Weichet nur\, betrübte Schatten (The Wedding Cantata)\, and a transcription of the JS Bach Sinfonias for S tring Trio.\n\nVisit http://gracedc.org or contact Bach Festival Director F rancine Maté at bach@gracedc.org or call Grace Church at 202-333-7100. LAST-MODIFIED:20180628T233617Z LOCATION:Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Ave NW\, Washington\, DC 2 0007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Grace Episcopal Bach Festival - JS Bach Cantata No. 202 TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170314T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170314T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:fdr6hb5e5ihko891bj5bl8bm5s@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20170314T120000 CREATED:20170119T015648Z DESCRIPTION:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Musi c Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washing ton community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series fo llows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area .” \n\n The Calendar for the series can be downloaded at: http://epiphan ydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/ \n\nVisit http://epiphanydc.org\n\nJim & Mary Shaffran\, Sonya Sutton\, and Andrew Brown are performing a little- known cantata by Debussy entitled L'Enfant Prodigue (The Prodigal Son). LAST-MODIFIED:20180628T203502Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, US A SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series - Debussy\, L'Enf ant Prodigue TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170124T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170124T130000 EXDATE;TZID=America/New_York:20170530T120000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20180619T160000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:fdr6hb5e5ihko891bj5bl8bm5s@google.com CREATED:20170119T015648Z DESCRIPTION:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Musi c Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washing ton community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series fo llows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area .” \n\n The Calendar for the series can be downloaded at: http://epiphan ydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/ \n\nVisit http://epiphanydc.org\n LAST-MODIFIED:20180626T160746Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, US A SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES4wEIwjsQvv/ Q3pjI69BSGhIJPkc/dQdzQ0AR+5urQfNBU8AiegoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaW N0IG9mIENvbHVtYmlhIgJEQzIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlclIHRyBTd CBOV1oEMTMxN2IMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XigEMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyKgwxMzE3IEcgU3QgTlcyDDEz MTcgRyBTdCBOVzIVV2FzaGluZ3RvbiwgREMgIDIwMDA1Mg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzODlAAA==;X- APPLE-RADIUS=70.58732032565101;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.898665,-77.03 0472 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180606T160000Z DTEND:20180606T164000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0ppavj7dfeqar9tkmghe7nqgd3@google.com CREATED:20180605T022516Z DESCRIPTION: LAST-MODIFIED:20180605T022516Z LOCATION: SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesday Concert TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170607T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170607T125000 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20170607T161000Z;BYDAY=1WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14_R20170607T161000@google.com CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles To ccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensem ble — Winter Escape\n\nMarch - no concert\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — \n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Chris t Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of Eng lish Organ Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bow den — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt . John's Church\,Lafayette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\n Washington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPher son Square Metro (White House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/f irst-wednesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bowden — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170607T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170607T125000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14_R20170607T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20170607T121000 CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles To ccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensem ble — Winter Escape\n\nMarch - no concert\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — \n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Chris t Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of Eng lish Organ Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bow den — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt . John's Church\,Lafayette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\n Washington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPher son Square Metro (White House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/f irst-wednesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bowden — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170503T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170503T125000 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20170607T035959Z;BYDAY=1WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14_R20170503T161000@google.com CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles To ccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensem ble — Winter Escape\n\nMarch - no concert\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — \n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Chris t Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of Eng lish Organ Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bow den — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt . John's Church\,Lafayette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\n Washington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPher son Square Metro (White House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/f irst-wednesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Christ Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of English Organ Music TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170503T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170503T125000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14_R20170503T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20170503T121000 CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles To ccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensem ble — Winter Escape\n\nMarch - no concert\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — \n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Chris t Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of Eng lish Organ Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bow den — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt . John's Church\,Lafayette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\n Washington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPher son Square Metro (White House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/f irst-wednesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Christ Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of English Organ Music TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20161005T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20161005T125000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20161005T121000 CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles Toc cata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensemb le — Winter Escape\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — same as last year\n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Christ Churc h\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of English Or gan Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bowden — B ach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt. John' s Church\,Lafayette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\nWashing ton\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPherson Squ are Metro (White House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/first-we dnesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring The United States Army Cho rus TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20161005T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20161005T125000 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20161207T045959Z;BYDAY=1WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14@google.com CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — same as last year. Am awaiting a ne w photo\, but use last year’s as a placeholder\n\nJanuary 4th — same as las t year with Janet Yieh. New program title: Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiae n\, & the Beatles Toccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with t he Dan Dufford Ensemble — Program title: Winter Escape\n\nApril 5th — Solo ists from the St. John’s Choir — same as last year\n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smit h\, Director of Music at Christ Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie O lde England — A recital of English Organ Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force S trings with Trumpeter Mary Bowden — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWe dnesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt. John's Church\,Lafayette Square\nat the cor ner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\nWashington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPherson Square Metro (White House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/first-wednesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring The United States Army Cho rus TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170405T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170405T125000 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20170503T035959Z;BYDAY=1WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14_R20170405T161000@google.com CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles To ccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensem ble — Winter Escape\n\nMarch - no concert\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — \n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Chris t Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of Eng lish Organ Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bow den — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt . John's Church\,Lafayette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\n Washington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPher son Square Metro (White House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/f irst-wednesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring Soloists from the St. John ’s Choir TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170405T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170405T125000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14_R20170405T161000@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20170405T121000 CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles To ccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensem ble — Winter Escape\n\nMarch - no concert\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — \n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Chris t Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of Eng lish Organ Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bow den — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt . John's Church\,Lafayette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\n Washington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPher son Square Metro (White House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/f irst-wednesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring Soloists from the St. John ’s Choir TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20161102T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20161102T125000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20161102T121000 CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. New program title: Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen \, & the Beatles Toccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with th e Dan Dufford Ensemble — Winter Escape\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the S t. John’s Choir\n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Christ Chu rch\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of English Organ Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bowden — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt. Joh n's Church\,Lafayette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\nWashi ngton\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPherson S quare Metro (White House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/first- wednesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring Michael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAESiwIaEgkOEqJ 8QXNDQBFbsirCTUJTwCKuAQoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaWN0IG9mIENvbHVtYm lhIgJEQzIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCCERvd250b3duUgdIIFN0IE5XWgQxNTI1YgwxNTI1I EggU3QgTldqBDEwMDVyJ1NhaW50IEpvaG4ncyBDaHVyY2ggb2YgTGFmYXlldHRlIFNxdWFyZYoB CERvd250b3duogEKMjAwMDUtMTAwNSoMMTUyNSBIIFN0IE5XMgwxNTI1IEggU3QgTlcyFVdhc2h pbmd0b24sIERDICAyMDAwNTINVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlczg5QAA=;X-APPLE-RADIUS=33.5765995 3952084;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="St. John's Episcopal Church, 1525 H St NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.900436,-77.035996 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170201T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170201T125000 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20170301T045959Z;BYDAY=1WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14_R20170201T171000@google.com CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles To ccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensem ble — Winter Escape\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — \n \nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Christ Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of English Organ Music\n\nJu ne 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bowden — Bach’s Brandenbu rg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt. John's Church\,Lafay ette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\nWashington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPherson Square Metro (Whit e House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/first-wednesday-concert s/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones w ith the Dan Dufford Ensemble — Winter Escape TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170104T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170104T125000 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20170201T045959Z;BYDAY=1WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14_R20170104T171000@google.com CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles To ccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensem ble — Winter Escape\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — \n \nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Christ Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of English Organ Music\n\nJu ne 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bowden — Bach’s Brandenbu rg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt. John's Church\,Lafay ette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\nWashington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPherson Square Metro (Whit e House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/first-wednesday-concert s/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring Janet Yieh\, organist. Wo rks by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles Toccata TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20161207T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20161207T125000 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20170104T045959Z;BYDAY=1WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14_R20161207T171000@google.com CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles Toccata\n\nFe bruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensemble — Wint er Escape\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — \n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Christ Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of English Organ Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bowden — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt. John's Church\,Lafayette Square \nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\nWashington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John 's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPherson Square Metro (White House exi t)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/first-wednesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's featuring First Wednesday Concert fe aturing St. Albans & National Cathedral Schools Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20170301T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20170301T125000 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20170405T035959Z;BYDAY=1WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0jialp126j4iiill98nrthvs14_R20170301T171000@google.com CREATED:20160909T180909Z DESCRIPTION:October 5th — The United States Army Chorus\n\nNovember 2nd — M ichael Lodico\, Director of Music Ministry at St. John’s\, performs German & French Organ Music\n\nDecember 7th — St. Albans & National Cathedral Scho ols Madrigal Singers under the direction of Brandon Straub\n\nJanuary 4th — Janet Yieh\, organist. Works by Mendelssohn\, Messiaen\, & the Beatles To ccata\n\nFebruary 1st — Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones with the Dan Dufford Ensem ble — Winter Escape\n\nMarch - no concert\n\nApril 5th — Soloists from the St. John’s Choir — \n\nMay 3rd — Thomas Smith\, Director of Music at Chris t Church\, Georgetown — A Journey to Merrie Olde England — A recital of Eng lish Organ Music\n\nJune 7th — US Air Force Strings with Trumpeter Mary Bow den — Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2\n\nWednesdays 12:10pm - 12:50pm\nSt . John's Church\,Lafayette Square\nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\n Washington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPher son Square Metro (White House exit)\n\nVisit https://stjohns-dc.org/music/f irst-wednesday-concerts/ LAST-MODIFIED:20180418T104035Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesdays at St. John's - TBD TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20180327T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20180327T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:fdr6hb5e5ihko891bj5bl8bm5s@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20180327T120000 CREATED:20170119T015648Z DESCRIPTION:TODAY: \;a schola from the Epiphany Choir will be singing s elections from Buxtehude's \;Membra Jesu Nostri \;with organ and gamba.

 \;The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series \, led by Music Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metrop olitan Washington community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other con cert series follows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Wash ington DC area.”

 \; \; \;The Calendar for the series c an be downloaded at: http://epiphanydc.org /epiphanies-happen/concerts/

Visit http://epiphanydc.org LAST-MODIFIED:20180326T214844Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, US A SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Buxtehude's Membra Jesu Nostri with organ and gamba - The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES6gEaEgk+Rz9 1B3NDQBH7m6tB80FTwCKNAQoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaWN0IG9mIENvbHVtYm lhIgJEQzIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlclIHRyBTdCBOV1oEMTMxN2IMM TMxNyBHIFN0IE5XagQzMTAyigEMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyogEKMjAwMDUtMzEwMioMMTMxNyBHIFN0 IE5XMgwxMzE3IEcgU3QgTlcyFVdhc2hpbmd0b24sIERDICAyMDAwNTINVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlczg 5QAA=;X-APPLE-RADIUS=49.91303930109618;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Ch urch of the Epiphany, 1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.89866 5,-77.030472 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20180213T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20180213T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:fdr6hb5e5ihko891bj5bl8bm5s@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20180213T120000 CREATED:20170119T015648Z DESCRIPTION:Wayne Jennings\, \;tenor\, \;Pamela Simonson\, \;so prano\, \;Louis Davis\, \;baritone\, &\; \;Lester Green\,&nb sp\;piano\, \;the Coalition of African Americans in the Performing Arts presents \;Sweet Chariot\, a collection of spirituals performed by the Washington National Opera members.

The Church of the Epiphany Tuesd ay Concert Series\, led by Music Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washington community and runs for 52 weeks of the y ear. No other concert series follows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is u nique in the Washington DC area.”

 \; \; \;The Calendar for the series can be downloaded at: http ://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/

Visit http://epipha nydc.org LAST-MODIFIED:20180206T163112Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, US A SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Wayne Jennings\, tenor\, Pamela Simonson\, soprano\, Louis Davis\, baritone\, & Lester Green\, piano TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES4wEIwjsQvv/ Q3pjI69BSGhIJPkc/dQdzQ0AR+5urQfNBU8AiegoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaW N0IG9mIENvbHVtYmlhIgJEQzIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlclIHRyBTd CBOV1oEMTMxN2IMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XigEMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyKgwxMzE3IEcgU3QgTlcyDDEz MTcgRyBTdCBOVzIVV2FzaGluZ3RvbiwgREMgIDIwMDA1Mg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzODlAAA==;X- APPLE-RADIUS=49.91274975148462;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.898665,-77.03 0472 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20180206T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20180206T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:fdr6hb5e5ihko891bj5bl8bm5s@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20180206T120000 CREATED:20170119T015648Z DESCRIPTION:
Sophia Subbayya Vastek\, \;piano\, \;in a fascinati ng program fusing Indian tabla and classical music traditions with Western music by Michael Harrison\, Asha Srinivasan\, Reena Esmail\, and John Cage. February 6 Program

The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Conc ert Series\, led by Music Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the ent ire metropolitan Washington community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series follows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique i n the Washington DC area.”

 \; \; \;The Calendar for th e series can be downloaded at: http://epip hanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/

Visit http://epiphanydc.or g LAST-MODIFIED:20180206T163112Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, US A SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Sophia Subbayya Vastek\, piano TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES4wEI2TIQvv/ Q3pjI69BSGhIJPkc/dQdzQ0AR+5urQfNBU8AiegoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaW N0IG9mIENvbHVtYmlhIgJEQzIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlclIHRyBTd CBOV1oEMTMxN2IMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XigEMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyKgwxMzE3IEcgU3QgTlcyDDEz MTcgRyBTdCBOVzIVV2FzaGluZ3RvbiwgREMgIDIwMDA1Mg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzODlAAA==;X- APPLE-RADIUS=49.91274975148462;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.898665,-77.03 0472 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20180220T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20180220T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:fdr6hb5e5ihko891bj5bl8bm5s@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20180220T120000 CREATED:20170119T015648Z DESCRIPTION:

Lukas Hasler\, \;organ. This celebrated Austrian org anist on tour in the US offers music by J.S. Bach\, Cesar Franck\, and Max Reger.

The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Music Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washingto n community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series foll ows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area.”  \;


 \; \; \;The Calendar for the series can be downloaded at: http://epiphanydc.org/epiph anies-happen/concerts/

Visit http://epiphanydc.org LAST-MODIFIED:20180206T163112Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, US A SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Lukas Hasler\, organ - The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert S eries TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES4wEIwjsQvv/ Q3pjI69BSGhIJPkc/dQdzQ0AR+5urQfNBU8AiegoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaW N0IG9mIENvbHVtYmlhIgJEQzIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlclIHRyBTd CBOV1oEMTMxN2IMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XigEMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyKgwxMzE3IEcgU3QgTlcyDDEz MTcgRyBTdCBOVzIVV2FzaGluZ3RvbiwgREMgIDIwMDA1Mg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzODlAAA==;X- APPLE-RADIUS=49.91274975148462;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.898665,-77.03 0472 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20180227T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20180227T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:fdr6hb5e5ihko891bj5bl8bm5s@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20180227T120000 CREATED:20170119T015648Z DESCRIPTION:

Jeremy Lyons\, \;guitar\, \;Stephen Ray\, \; flute\, &\; \;Peter Kibbie\, \;cello\, perform 20th-century caba ret songs by Leonard Bernstein\, William Bolcom\, Kurt Weill\, and Arnold S choenberg.


The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led b y Music Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan W ashington community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert ser ies follows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington D C area.” \;


 \; \; \;The Calendar for the series can be downloaded at: http://epiphanydc.o rg/epiphanies-happen/concerts/

Visit http://epiphanydc.org LAST-MODIFIED:20180206T163112Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, US A SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Jeremy Lyons\, guitar\, Stephen Ray\, flute\, & Peter Kibbie\, cell o TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES4wEIwjsQvv/ Q3pjI69BSGhIJPkc/dQdzQ0AR+5urQfNBU8AiegoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaW N0IG9mIENvbHVtYmlhIgJEQzIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlclIHRyBTd CBOV1oEMTMxN2IMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XigEMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyKgwxMzE3IEcgU3QgTlcyDDEz MTcgRyBTdCBOVzIVV2FzaGluZ3RvbiwgREMgIDIwMDA1Mg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzODlAAA==;X- APPLE-RADIUS=49.91274975148462;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.898665,-77.03 0472 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180128T220000Z DTEND:20180129T000000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:7d144n864s4ddl2n73rd0rsaga@google.com CREATED:20171213T230600Z DESCRIPTION:Georgetown Concert Series\, directed by \;Samuel Carabetta\ , will present \;The King’s Singers \;at \;St. John’s Episcopal Church Georgetown Parish \;on January 28. \; \;The King’s Sing ers “have delighted audiences worldwide for 50 years with \;incomparabl e musicianship\, charm\, and wit. They are counted among the world’s most e lite classical performers\, celebrated for their commitment to perfection i n blend\, balance\, and intonation. \;
 \;  \; Renowned for their versatility\, The King’s Singers have an impressively diverse reperto ire that encompasses \;masterworks from Medieval to Renaissance\, liede r to folk and jazz. \;
 \;  \; They are double \;Grammy® award-winning artists \;- one of only two vocal ensembles to enter the  \;Gramophone Hall of Fame\, honored for their unique discography of mo re than 150 albums.” \; \;

Visit \;www.StJohnsGeorgetown .org LAST-MODIFIED:20180128T233244Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, Georgetown\, 3240 O St NW\, Washingt on\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Georgetown Concert Series\, directed by Samuel Carabetta\, will pre sent The King’s Singers TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES0gEaEgnx2M9 iKXRDQBEmAP+UKkRTwCJ2Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwN0IKR2VvcmdldG93blIHTyBTdCBOV1oEMzI0MGIMMzI0M CBPIFN0IE5XigEKR2VvcmdldG93bioMMzI0MCBPIFN0IE5XMgwzMjQwIE8gU3QgTlcyFVdhc2hp bmd0b24sIERDICAyMDAwNzINVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlczg5QAA=;X-APPLE-RADIUS=31.24291635 887035;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="St. John's Episcopal Church, Georg etown, 3240 O St NW, Washington, DC 20007, USA":geo:38.907513,-77.065099 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20180515T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20180515T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:fdr6hb5e5ihko891bj5bl8bm5s@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20180515T120000 CREATED:20170119T015648Z DESCRIPTION:TODAY: Rachel Barham\, soprano\; Jeremy Filsell\, organ\; Jeffr ey Thurston\, violin


 \;he Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Co ncert Series\, led by Music Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the e ntire metropolitan Washington community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series follows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area.”

 \; \; \;The Calendar for the series can be downloaded at: http://ep iphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/

Visit http://epiphanydc. org LAST-MODIFIED:20171219T155654Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, US A SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Rachel Barham\, soprano\; Jeremy Filsell\, organ\; Jeffrey Thurston \, violin - The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES6gEaEgk+Rz9 1B3NDQBH7m6tB80FTwCKNAQoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaWN0IG9mIENvbHVtYm lhIgJEQzIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlclIHRyBTdCBOV1oEMTMxN2IMM TMxNyBHIFN0IE5XagQzMTAyigEMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyogEKMjAwMDUtMzEwMioMMTMxNyBHIFN0 IE5XMgwxMzE3IEcgU3QgTlcyFVdhc2hpbmd0b24sIERDICAyMDAwNTINVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlczg 5QAA=;X-APPLE-RADIUS=49.91303930109618;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Ch urch of the Epiphany, 1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.89866 5,-77.030472 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20171219T120000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20171219T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:fdr6hb5e5ihko891bj5bl8bm5s@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20171219T120000 CREATED:20170119T015648Z DESCRIPTION:TODAY: Annual \;Epiphany Choir Christmas concert. It starts at \;12:10 \;and should be over b y \;1pm. \;Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street NW (Metro Center) . \;It’s free with a requested $10 donation. Carols and readings (s ome of which are on the lighter side!) and a few singalongs in a gorgeous s pace with great acoustics. Afterwards there’s a little reception across the street at Mackey’s restaurant. \;
The Church of the Epiphany Tuesda y Concert Series\, led by Music Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to t he entire metropolitan Washington community and runs for 52 weeks of the ye ar. No other concert series follows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is un ique in the Washington DC area.”

 \; \; \;The Calendar for the series can be downloaded at: http: //epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/

Visit http://epiphan ydc.org LAST-MODIFIED:20171219T155654Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005\, US A SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Epiphany Choir Christmas concert - The Church of the Epiphany Tuesd ay Concert Series TRANSP:OPAQUE X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES4wEI2TIQvv/ Q3pjI69BSGhIJPkc/dQdzQ0AR+5urQfNBU8AiegoNVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcxICVVMaFERpc3RyaW N0IG9mIENvbHVtYmlhIgJEQzIKV2FzaGluZ3RvbjoFMjAwMDVCDFBlbm4gUXVhcnRlclIHRyBTd CBOV1oEMTMxN2IMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XigEMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyKgwxMzE3IEcgU3QgTlcyDDEz MTcgRyBTdCBOVzIVV2FzaGluZ3RvbiwgREMgIDIwMDA1Mg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzODlAAA==;X- APPLE-RADIUS=49.91274975148462;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005, USA":geo:38.898665,-77.03 0472 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171202T010000Z DTEND:20171202T030000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:1j1c0e0a2llain08o1acioichp@google.com CREATED:20171113T215854Z DESCRIPTION:Born in Qingdao\, China\, Meng Su captivates audiences around t he world with her stunning virtuosity and refined artistry. This season\, s he will make her solo debut with the China Philharmonic Orchestra in the Ch inese premiere of Tan Dun’s concerto Yi2. As a soloist\, Meng Su will perf orm in Hong Kong\, Amsterdam\, Baltimore\, Minneapolis\, Washington\, D.C.\ , Florida\, Poland\, Germany and across Japan. In addition to a busy solo career\, Meng Su is an avid chamber musician who tours regularly in the Bei jing Guitar Duo\, which she founded\, performing this season in Copenhagen\ , Milwaukee\, Houston\, Dallas/Fort Worth\, St. Louis\, Australia and acros s Canada. A first-prize winner in numerous international competitions\, in cluding the prestigious Parkening International Guitar competition in 2015\ , Meng Su completed a master’s degree with Maestro Manuel Barrueco at the P eabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University and is currently an art ist-in-residence for the Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts.\n\nInti mate chamber setting\, family-friendly\, consummate talent.\n\nTickets: $15 single\n\nThe November 3 concert is part of a continuing monthly series at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, now completing its fourth year. In 2018\, the series moves from Fridays to First Sundays\, beginning Sunday\, January 7\, at 3:00 p.m.\, with concert pianist Brian Ganz perfor ming a program of Chopin’s “Hidden Gems and Timeless Treasures.”\n\nVisit h ttp://www.tinyurl.com/UUCA-concerts \, email info@uuannapolis.org \, or ca ll 410-266-8044 Monday through Thursday.\n LAST-MODIFIED:20171122T152304Z LOCATION:Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road Annap olis\, MD 21401 SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Internationally acclaimed classical guitarist Meng Su presents “Tra nsformation: Guitar Gems from the 17th Century to Contemporary Composers\,” featuring selections from Bach to Piazzola. 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JOHN’S EPIS COPAL CHURCH\nGEORGETOWN PARISH \n3240 O ST. NW \nWASHINGTON\, DC 20007\n\ nTICKETS AND FURTHER INFO: HTTP://WWW.STJOHNSGEORGETOWN.ORG\n\nTELEPHONE: 2 02-338-1796 \n\nHOLIDAY RECEPTION FOLLOWS THE PERFORMANCE LAST-MODIFIED:20171106T212911Z LOCATION:ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH GEORGETOWN PARISH\, 3240 O ST. NW\, WA SHINGTON\, DC 20007 SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Georgetown Concert Series presents Etherea Vocal Ensemble TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20171104 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20171105 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:397c54r4d4g0pgpsehl09e28rb@google.com CREATED:20171017T192740Z DESCRIPTION:The Washington Conservatory of Music will present pianist Sofya Gulyak in a concert at Westmoreland Congregational Church in Bethesda on N ovember 4. She has won many international prizes and has performed with a cclaimed conductors and orchestras throughout the world. \n Ms. Gulyak will perform two works by composers who honor compositions and themes by ot her composers: Brahms Variations and Fugue on a theme by Handel and Franz L iszt’s transcriptions of songs by Schubert\, ending with Schubert's Wandere r Fantasy. \n\nVisit http://www.washingtonconservatory.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20171028T121437Z LOCATION:Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ\, 1 Westmorela nd Cir NW\, Bethesda\, MD 20816\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Washington Conservatory of Music will present pianist Sofya Gul yak TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES7gEI2TIQqd+ oq7PKvMOQARoSCesdboeGeUNAEXbOBeSBRlPAInoKDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXMSAlVTGghNYXJ5bG FuZCICTUQqCk1vbnRnb21lcnkyCEJldGhlc2RhOgUyMDgxNlIQV2VzdG1vcmVsYW5kIENpcloBM WISMSBXZXN0bW9yZWxhbmQgQ2lyagQyNzQ2ogEKMjA4MTYtMjc0NioSMSBXZXN0bW9yZWxhbmQg Q2lyMhIxIFdlc3Rtb3JlbGFuZCBDaXIyE0JldGhlc2RhLCBNRCAgMjA4MTYyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF 0ZXM4OUAA;X-APPLE-RADIUS=32.03231214021405;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE ="Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ, 1 Westmoreland Cir N W, Bethesda, MD 20816, USA":geo:38.949418,-77.101678 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171104T000000Z DTEND:20171104T020000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:5scpubpqf76mmtdmh5q9hpbsb3@google.com CREATED:20171022T231938Z DESCRIPTION:“Sparkle and Soul” Piano and String Concert\n\nCalendar: CONCER T SERIES\n\nDate: 11. 03. 2017\, 8 pm\n\nLocation: Unitarian Universalist C hurch of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road Annapolis\, MD 21401\n\nDESCRIPTION\n\ nBrian Ganz joins the Trio Ponce\, formerly the Alan Saucedo Trio\, Alan Sa ucedo on cello\, Cynthia Saucedo on violin\, and Marjory Serrano on violin\ , for an evening of chamber music. Rachmaninoff’s soulful Trio Élégiaque an d Beethoven’s sparkling Trio in E-flat major\, Op.1\, No.1 will be featured \, among other compositions.\n\nBrian Ganz\, considered one of the leading pianists of his generation\, noted for his mastery of Chopin\, has performe d locally and worldwide and is well known for annual solo performances at S trathmore Music Center. Dr. Alan Saucedo has won several international musi c competitions and performed in Brazil\, Japan\, Mexico\, Paraguay Portugal \, Spain\, and the U.S.\, including appearances at the Smithsonian\, the Ke nnedy Center\, and the White House. Cynthia Saucedo\, a native of Mexico an d on the faculty at Shenandoah Conservatory Arts Academy in Winchester\, VA \, is a member of the Vitali String Quartet that has performed at the White House and at venues in Mexico and in several U.S. states. Dr. Marjory Serr ano\, also on violin\, has performed in Venezuela and the U.S.\, including Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center\, and also has extensive experience as a concertmaster. \n\nIntimate chamber setting\, family-friendly\, lush mus ic.\n\nTickets: $15 single\n\nThe November 3 concert is part of a continuin g monthly series at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, now of fered on first Fridays. The next concert will feature feature classical gui tarist Meng Su on Friday\, December 1\, at 8 PM. \n\nVisit www.tinyurl.com/ UUCA-concerts \, email info@uuannapolis.org \, or call 410-266-8044 Monday through Thursday.\n LAST-MODIFIED:20171022T231938Z LOCATION:Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road Annap olis\, MD 21401 SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:“Sparkle and Soul” Piano and String Concert TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171007T000000Z DTEND:20171007T020000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:207rig6j4f71kpjbodsa2vadkj@google.com CREATED:20170912T190536Z DESCRIPTION:Pianist Eliza Garth and soprano Betsy Bates explore the profoun d tension between foreignness and inclusion. Bates\, a Korean-American adop tee\, and Garth\, an adoptive mother of children from Korea and China\, fea ture works from Puccini to Cage as outsiders of the Asian cultures to which they are linked. \n\nGarth is distinguished in U.S.\, Europe\, and Asia th rough recordings and concerts\, having performed over 200 new works\, many written for her\, such as Wheeler’s Gradualia and Goldstein’s Of Points Fix ed and Fluid. Her solo CD Tour de Force releases in 2017–18.\n\nSoprano Be tsy Bates\, St. Mary's College of Maryland and The Peabody Institute\, is a professional cantor\, music minister\, and chorister in Maryland\, D.C.\, Virginia\, and New York and serves as director of marketing and operations for Children’s Chorus of Washington and director of marketing and developme nt for the St. Louis Church Concert Series. \n\nIntimate chamber setting\, family-friendly\, profound music.\n\nTickets: $15 single or Friday Five Pac k for $60 \n\nThe October 6 concert is part of a continuing monthly series at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, now offered on first Fr idays. The next concert will feature artistic director for the series\, pia nist Brian Ganz\, appearing with the Alan Saucedo String Trio on Friday\, N ovember 3\, at 8 pm. \n\nVisit http://www.tinyurl.com/UUCA-concerts \, emai l info@uuannapolis.org \, or call 410-266-8044 Monday through Thursday.\n LAST-MODIFIED:20170912T190536Z LOCATION:Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road Annap olis\, MD 21401 SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Pianist Eliza Garth and soprano Betsy Bates explore the profound te nsion between foreignness and inclusion TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170902T000000Z DTEND:20170902T020000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:1eqacg0e4ee26upn3ethvm6gtp@google.com CREATED:20170827T030706Z DESCRIPTION:Poets Michael S. Glaser & Deanna Nikaido join pianist Brian Gan z to celebrate the capacity of poetry & music to create space for reflectio ns & a renewal of the spirit. \n\nMichael Glaser\, Professor Emeritus\, ne arly 40 years at St. Mary's College of Maryland\, Maryland Poet Laureate 20 04-2009.\n\nDeanna Nikaido\, author of "Voice Like Water\," selected by Mi dwest Book Review\, 2009\; recipient of 2010 Bookinday Writing Fellowship i n Tuscany\, Italy and 2012 fellowship in Bahia\, Brazil.\n\n"I am thrilled to welcome back these marvelous poets to the UUCA concert series\," said pi anist Ganz\, who is also artistic director of the series. "Michael and I ha ve shared music and poetry with audiences together many times over the year s and it is always a deeply enriching experience. Deanna Nikaido has a grea t fondness for the poetry of Rumni and is also a practitioner of Jin Shin J yutsu – the ancient art of harmonizing life energy which reflects itself in ward.” \n\nBrian Ganz: known for mastery of classical music\; considered le ading pianist of his generation\; performed world-wide with major symphonie s and won international prizes. A portion of proceeds from this concert wi ll support the scholarship fund for the retreat\, Bread for the Journey: A Celebration of Poetry and the Human Spirit which will take place in Octo ber at Kirkridge (more at www.kirkridge.org)\n\nIntimate chamber setting\, family-friendly\, brilliant music.\n\nTickets: $15 single or Friday Five Pa ck for $60 \n\nNote change in date: remaining UUCA concerts in 2017 are now on the first Friday.\n\nVisit http://www.tinyurl.com/UUCA-concerts \, emai l info@uuannapolis.org \, or call 410-266-8044 Monday through Thursday. LAST-MODIFIED:20170827T030706Z LOCATION:Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road Annap olis\, MD 21401 SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dancing on the Fragile Edge of the World - An Evening of Renewal: A Celebration of Poetry and Music TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170729T000000Z DTEND:20170729T020000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:6d5q9bj818iikesonnckkk46l4@google.com CREATED:20170714T031207Z DESCRIPTION:The Clazzical Project Outside the Bachs\n\nCalendar: CONCERT SE RIES\n\nDate: 7. 28. 2017\, 8 pm\n\nLocation: Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road Annapolis\, MD 21401\n\nDESCRIPTION\n\nClas sical music in jazz arrangements? Yes! Don Stapleson (flute)\, Pete Field s (guitar)\, Fred Lieder (cello) and guest pianist Brian Ganz perform Debus sy's Reverie\, Mozart's Minuet in F\, Bach's Minuet in G\, C.P.E. Bach's So lfeggietto and other works. First Ganz plays the original classical piece\, then Stapleson follows with brief commentary on jazz treatments\, and then Clazzical Project offers their jazz interpretation. Cross-over? Mind-ben ding? “Ingenious and beautiful?”* Yes\, yes\, yes!\n\n* “ingenious & beau tiful juxtaposition of jazz treatments against iconic classical melodies” s ays Jeffrey Silberschlag\, Music Director of Chesapeake Orchestra & Italy’s Alba Music Festival.\n\nDon Stapleson: director\, St. Mary’s College Jazz Bands\; founder\, The Don Stapleson Quartet\; performed with Ray Charles\, Wayne Newton\, Nancy Wilson\, and Martha Reeves. \n\nPete Fields: performan ces across US & Europe\; classical guitar\, jazz\, Latin\; released album “ Stillness of the Heart.”\n\nFred Lieder: Washington area music scene: class ical\, jazz\, blues\, rock\, Celtic\; arranger rock tunes for solo cello in cluding works by the Beatles\, Stevie Wonder\, Jimi Hendrix\, and Carlos Sa ntana\; released album “Cello Blues” & book My Cello Has the Blues. \n\nBri an Ganz: known for mastery of classical music\; considered leading pianist of his generation\; performed world-wide with major symphonies and won inte rnational prizes.\n\nIntimate chamber setting\, family-friendly\, brilliant music.\n\nTickets: $15 single or Friday Five Pack for $60\n\nVisit www.tin yurl.com/UUCA-concerts \, email info@uuannapolis.org \, or call 410-266-80 44 Monday through Thursday. \n LAST-MODIFIED:20170714T031207Z LOCATION:Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road Annap olis\, MD 21401 SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Clazzical Project Outside the Bachs TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20160524T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20160524T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160628T161000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:10AA34BD-80C8-4A1B-98A8-809E2417EED7 CREATED:20160304T141508Z DESCRIPTION:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Musi c Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washing ton community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series fo llows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area .” \nThe Calendar for the series for January thru June 2016 can be download ed at: http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/ \n LAST-MODIFIED:20170628T214835Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:3 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20160503T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20160503T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160517T161000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:4A997770-FF30-4F76-8E45-91F7181AAE75 CREATED:20160501T233957Z DESCRIPTION:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Musi c Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washing ton community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series fo llows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area .” \nThe Calendar for the series for January thru June 2016 can be download ed at: http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/ \n LAST-MODIFIED:20170518T040018Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:3 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170429T000000Z DTEND:20170429T020000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:441sqdashgpal24ofpjf8uks18@google.com CREATED:20170417T192318Z DESCRIPTION:Dancing Heart trio bookends its innovative program with Bach\, with variety and improvisation in between. Karen Johnson on flute and speci al guest artists Bryan Bourne\, trombone\, and Mariko Hiller\, piano\, orig inally conceived this as a memorial concert to the music director of the Wa shington DC Bach Consort\, J. Reilly Lewis\, who passed away last June. Joh nson says\, “The only way to honor Lewis was to play his favorite music. So \, in true ‘Dancing Heart’ style\, we started with Bach and let our imagina tions roll!” Works include Sonata in b minor for flute and keyboard\, but w ith a twist: trombone for the basso continuo\; piano improvisation on a the me of Beethoven\; Ralph Vaughan Williams\, ‘Suite de Ballet’ for flute and piano. Second half includes “An Elizabethan Songbook” by Eric Ewazen with flute substituting for trumpet\; Jobim’s “Wave\,” and more Bach to conclud e. Intimate chamber setting\, family-friendly.\n\nTickets: $15 single or F riday Five Pack for $60\n\nVisit http://www.tinyurl.com/UUCA-concerts or ca ll 410-266-8044 Monday–Thursday. LAST-MODIFIED:20170417T192318Z LOCATION:Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road\, Ann apolis\, MD SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dancing Heart Swings from Bach to Boogie in “Bach-’n-Roll” TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20160315T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20160315T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160315T161000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:296040F0-59E5-4C7B-9AC4-CA36F265B041 CREATED:20160217T033650Z DESCRIPTION: The historic Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC offers a Tu esday Concert Series\, which is a 52-weeks-a-year outreach program featurin g high-quality music year-round 12:10–1:00pm. Visit http://epiphanydc.org/ epiphanies-happen/ \n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20170325T105553Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:2 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170226T210000Z DTEND:20170226T230000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:lb5i78mh6ugjsn0mn86o5u3fbg@google.com CREATED:20170216T014832Z DESCRIPTION:Local jazz vocalist Christiana Drapkin brings her soaring impro visational lines\, joyous scat\,\nand a highly personal delivery to Concert s at Cedar Lane. A regular at local jazz clubs\,\nChristiana's live perform ances feature a host of American Standards interspersed with\nBebop favorit es. Her music appeals to audiences of all ages and often combines education al\naspects of music\, literature\, and a bit of social history within her programs. She'll be backed\nby local sidemen Robert Redd on piano\, Dave J ernigan on bass\, Tony Martucci on drums\,\nand Joseph Cunliffe on reeds. Christiana and the band will delight listeners with a potpourri\nof hits fr om "The Great American Songbook." Bring the kids and the grandparents as i t’s\nsure to be a delightful afternoon for the whole family! Free admissio n\, donations accepted.\n \nCedar Lane UU Church\n9601 Cedar Lane\nBethesda \, MD 20814\nhttp://www.cedarlane.org\n301-493-8300 LAST-MODIFIED:20170216T014832Z LOCATION:Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church\, 9601 Cedar Ln\, Bethesd a\, MD 20814\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Concerts at Cedar Lane presents Local jazz vocalist Christiana Drap kin TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170212T200000Z DTEND:20170212T220000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:lun60f1s5pjij3t1javl5uvj74@google.com CREATED:20170207T031824Z DESCRIPTION:Music at Messiah presents the Amelia Ensemble\, a flute\, piano \, and clarinet trio\, performing music from around the world on Sunday\, F ebruary 12\, at 3 pm at Messiah United Methodist Church\, 6215 Rolling Road \, Springfield\, VA 22152. The concert is free. Contact: Angela Burns at ab urns@messiahumc.org or 703-569-9862. Website: http://www.messiahumc.org LAST-MODIFIED:20170208T144838Z LOCATION:Messiah United Methodist Church\, 6215 Rolling Rd\, West Springfie ld\, VA 22152\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Music at Messiah presents the Amelia Ensemble TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170225T010000Z DTEND:20170225T030000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:3dpaeb78i3i9vjabt2in7rh784@google.com CREATED:20170207T031253Z DESCRIPTION:Sara Jones Jazz Quartet swings with music from the Great Americ an Songbook along with some Brazilian bossa-nova classics. Sara is first pl ace winner of the 2004 Billie Holiday Vocal Competition. She is joined by T ony Nalker (piano)\, Paul Langosch (bass) and Wes Anderson (drums). Intima te chamber setting\, family-friendly\, fabulous music.\n\nTickets: $15 sing le or Friday Five Pack for $60\n\nVisit www.tinyurl.com/UUCA-concerts or ca ll 410.266.8044 Monday–Thursday.\n\n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20170207T031253Z LOCATION:Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road\, Ann apolis\, MD SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Sara Jones Jazz Quartet Performs “My Favorite Things” TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170211T220000Z DTEND:20170212T000000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:lelnjoa2omgttohmn3fc2n3rik@google.com CREATED:20170207T031107Z DESCRIPTION:The Renaissance Singers of Annapolis will join with the choir o f All Hallows Episcopal church to present a free concert followed by the sh ort evening compline worship service on Saturday\, February 11\, 2017 at 5: 00 p.m. The prelude concert features the motet series of local composer Hol lis Thoms and the compline service music includes Te lucis ante terminum (T homas Tallis)\, O lux beatissima (Howard Helvey)\, and Nunc dimittis from " The Short Service" (Orlando Gibbons). Historical setting and family-friend ly.\n\nTickets: Free\n\nVisit https://www.facebook.com/rensingersannapolis/ or info@allhallowsparish.org or call 410.798.0808 . LAST-MODIFIED:20170207T031107Z LOCATION:All Hallows Chapel\, 864 West Central Ave\, Davidsonville\, MD SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Renaissance Singers of Annapolis TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20161224T010000Z DTEND:20161224T030000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:i0t0q076ma0bgfak3mosgrkop0@google.com CREATED:20161216T185154Z DESCRIPTION:FOURTH FRIDAY CONCERTS: MUSIC OF COLONIAL ANNAPOLIS WITH DAVID AND GINGER HILDEBRAND\n\nDate: 12. 23. 2016\, 8 pm\n\nUnitarian Universalis t Church of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road\n\nDavid and Ginger Hildebrand in c olonial attire perform Old World carols\, wassailing songs\, patriotic ball ads\, dance tunes\, and theater songs.\n\nIn an intimate chamber setting an d family-friendly\, the Hildebrands will warm the holiday spirit through so ng and story\, demonstrating period instruments such as harpsichord and ham mered dulcimer.\n\nTickets: $15 single or Friday Five Pack for $60\n\nVisit http://www.tinyurl.com/UUCA-concerts or call 410-266- 8044 Monday–Thursday . LAST-MODIFIED:20161216T185154Z LOCATION:Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis\, 333 Dubois Road\, Ann apolis\, MD SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:FOURTH FRIDAY CONCERTS: MUSIC OF COLONIAL ANNAPOLIS WITH DAVID AND GINGER HILDEBRAND TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161209 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161210 RRULE:FREQ=DAILY;UNTIL=20161210 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:v3us24hc59v6c0tes14ti8npjg@google.com CREATED:20161204T013816Z DESCRIPTION: Dumbarton Concerts will present Frédéric Yonnet & Friends in a Holiday Celebration on Saturday & Sunday\, December 9 & 10. Harmonica v irtuoso Frédéric Yonnet has toured with Stevie Wonder and Prince. He will be joined by some of Washington’s finest voices. \nVisit http://www.dumbart onconcerts.org/ \n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20161204T013816Z LOCATION:Dumbarton United Methodist Church\, 3133 Dumbarton St NW\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dumbarton Concerts present Frédéric Yonnet & Friends in a Holiday C elebration TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20161203 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20161204 RRULE:FREQ=DAILY;UNTIL=20161204 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:mkrlu2q3jc10e813hg4v2shn68@google.com CREATED:20161204T013715Z DESCRIPTION:Dumbarton Concerts will present The Barnes and Hampton Celtic C onsort - A Celtic Christmas – at historic Dumbarton Church in Georgetown on Saturday & Sunday\, December 3 & 4. The church’s “candlelit hall will be b edecked with greens and the concert will feature Celtic Harp\, lute\, guita r as well as flutes and pipes by Joseph Cunliffe\, percussion by Steven Blo om and narration and poetry by Robert Aubry Davis\, including A Child’s Chr istmas in Wales.” \n\nVisit http://www.dumbartonconcerts.org/ \n\n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20161204T013715Z LOCATION:Dumbarton United Methodist Church\, 3133 Dumbarton St NW\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Dumbarton Concerts present The Barnes and Hampton Celtic Consort - A Celtic Christmas TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20160504T161000Z DTEND:20160504T164500Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:taf1flds7ctmtu7qveebj0ihdk@google.com CREATED:20160502T143933Z DESCRIPTION:First Wednesday Concerts presents the United States Air Force S trings Chamber Orchestra in their third annual performance on the series. This year\, St. John's Interim Associate Choir Director Brandon Straub will join the Air Force Strings as harpsichord soloist in J.S. Bach's virtuosic Brandenburg Concerto No. 5. The Air Force Strings will also play Robert V olkmann's Serenade\, led by concertmaster Master Sgt. Mari Uehara Washingto n. \n\nWednesday\, May 4th at 12:10pm\nSt. John's Church\,Lafayette Square \nat the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\,\nWashington\, DC 20005. \nSt. John 's is fully wheelchair accessible \nMcPherson Square Metro (White House exi t) LAST-MODIFIED:20160909T181044Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesday Concerts presents the United States Air Force Strin gs Chamber Orchestra with Brandon Straub\, harpischord TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20160419T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20160419T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160426T161000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2D2AB2FB-FD28-436C-A2DA-12B536BAD2FD CREATED:20160420T015916Z DESCRIPTION:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Musi c Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washing ton community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series fo llows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area .” \nThe Calendar for the series for January thru June 2016 can be download ed at: http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/ \n LAST-MODIFIED:20160501T233958Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:3 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20160329T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20160329T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160412T161000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:B74FB9CA-752C-4A08-BA46-1D57BE905C45 CREATED:20160330T005139Z DESCRIPTION:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Musi c Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washing ton community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series fo llows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area .” \nThe Calendar for the series for January thru June 2016 can be download ed at: http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/ \n LAST-MODIFIED:20160420T015917Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:3 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160417 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160418 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:a529e5ak85b831t2trch1r3mt4@google.com CREATED:20160407T170606Z DESCRIPTION:WPA will present the San Francisco Symphony\, led by Michael Ti lson Thomas\, with Sasha Cooke\, mezzo-soprano\, and Simon O’Neill\, tenor performing Mahler’s Symphony Das Lied von der Erde in the Concert Hall on S aturday\, April 16. The program will also include Franz Schubert’s Symphon y No. 8 in B minor\, D. 759 ("Unfinished"). \n WPA will present Zakir Hu ssain & Masters of Percussion in the Concert Hall on Sunday\, April 17. Z akir has been called a “pioneer of "world music\,"” as he “brings together traditions from around the globe.” The concert will feature Indian classic al music.\n\nVisit http://www.washingtonperformingarts.org/ LAST-MODIFIED:20160407T170805Z LOCATION:The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts\, 2700 F St NW\ , Washington\, DC 20566\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:WPA will present the San Francisco Symphony\, led by Michael Tilson Thomas\, with Sasha Cooke\, mezzo-soprano\, and Simon O’Neill\, tenor perf orming Mahler’s Symphony Das Lied von der Erde TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20160301T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20160301T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160322T161000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:634D0B95-0D04-4A95-B8A2-4323444EFF31 CREATED:20160302T023424Z DESCRIPTION:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Musi c Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washing ton community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series fo llows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area .” \nThe Calendar for the series for January thru June 2016 can be download ed at: http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/ \n LAST-MODIFIED:20160330T005139Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:3 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20160223T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20160223T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160223T171000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:A044C309-EF10-4E9F-94AE-2A968EDAC942 CREATED:20160217T143859Z DESCRIPTION:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Musi c Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washing ton community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series fo llows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area .” \nThe Calendar for the series for January thru June 2016 can be download ed at: http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/ \n LAST-MODIFIED:20160302T023425Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:3 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20160119T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20160119T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160216T171000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:F008343B-B078-4E12-A1FC-98A7F3009547 CREATED:20160119T002509Z DESCRIPTION:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Musi c Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washing ton community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series fo llows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area .” \nThe Calendar for the series for January thru June 2016 can be download ed at: http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/ \n LAST-MODIFIED:20160217T143859Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:3 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20160322T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20160322T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160322T161000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:09D8EDEC-2BAF-42D9-8A07-8BE686EDDCF3 CREATED:20160217T033651Z DESCRIPTION: The historic Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC offers a Tu esday Concert Series\, which is a 52-weeks-a-year outreach program featurin g high-quality music year-round 12:10–1:00pm. Visit http://epiphanydc.org/ epiphanies-happen/ \n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20160217T033651Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:2 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20160203T171000Z DTEND:20160203T174500Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:fpjoii1i91qeoc1qe5s1cs49io@google.com CREATED:20160119T171210Z DESCRIPTION:FIRST WEDNESDAY CONCERTS Wednesday\, February 3\, 12:10 p.m.-12 :45 p.m. Singer Bob McDonald and Friends\n Sinatra Turns 100\nCome enjoy bass-barit one Bob McDonald’s lounge-style concert of jazz standards in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Frank Sinatra’s birth. Bob enjoys a diverse caree r as that includes musical theatre\, opera\, as a member of the U.S. Army C horus\, and as the regular National Anthem singer for the Washington Capita ls. Please consider joining us during your lunch break on the First Wednesd ays of the month\, through June\, and bring a friend. \n\nVisit https://st johns-dc.org/event/first-wednesday-concert-5/ LAST-MODIFIED:20160119T171210Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC 20005 \, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:FIRST WEDNESDAY CONCERTS features bass-baritone Bob McDonald\, jazz standards Sinatra style TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20151027T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20151027T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160112T171000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:5657F4D4-7DD3-4A6C-9786-E361296C45D0 CREATED:20160119T002515Z DESCRIPTION: The historic Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC offers a Tu esday Concert Series\, which is a 52-weeks-a-year outreach program featurin g high-quality music year-round 12:10–1:00pm. Visit http://epiphanydc.org/ epiphanies-happen/ \n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20160119T002717Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:2 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20151222T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20151222T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20160112T171000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:9E015331-99DB-40C7-8677-26FC3872F8A9 CREATED:20151201T141304Z DESCRIPTION:The Church of the Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series\, led by Musi c Director Jeremy Filsell\, “reaches out to the entire metropolitan Washing ton community and runs for 52 weeks of the year. No other concert series fo llows such a pattern and\, as such\, it is unique in the Washington DC area .” \nThe Calendar for the series for January thru June 2016 can be download ed at: http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/ \n LAST-MODIFIED:20160119T002510Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:3 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20160214 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20160215 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:he9akuseq37ee9kl54nvlaj0g8@google.com CREATED:20160112T201305Z DESCRIPTION:The Georgetown Concert Series at St. John’s Episcopal Church wi ll present the U.S. Navy Band Sea Chanters in a Valentine’s Day concert on Sunday\, February 14. The acclaimed chorus will perform well-known tunes\, sacred medleys\, patriotic music\, and other favorites at a family-friendl y performance. \n The Sea Chanters perform throughout the U.S. for natio nal events as well as for the President\, Vice President\, Congressional\, military\, and foreign dignitaries.\nVisit http://stjohnsgeorgetown.org/con certseries/ LAST-MODIFIED:20160112T201513Z LOCATION:Saint Johns Episcopal Church\, 3240 O st\, Washington\, DC 20007\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Georgetown Concert Series at St. John’s Episcopal Church will p resent the U.S. Navy Band Sea Chanters TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20151020T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20151020T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20151229T171000Z;BYDAY=TU EXDATE;TZID=America/New_York:20151229T121000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:476CB453-4565-4C43-8D1E-0196900914A2 CREATED:20160105T151402Z DESCRIPTION: The historic Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC offers a Tu esday Concert Series\, which is a 52-weeks-a-year outreach program featurin g high-quality music year-round 12:10–1:00pm. Visit http://epiphanydc.org/ epiphanies-happen/ \n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20160105T151403Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany\, 1317 G Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20005\, United States SEQUENCE:2 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT X-APPLE-STRUCTURED-LOCATION;VALUE=URI;X-APPLE-MAPKIT-HANDLE=CAES1gEaEgnOXjx WAXNDQBHv5UNq9kFTwCJ6Cg1Vbml0ZWQgU3RhdGVzEgJVUxoURGlzdHJpY3Qgb2YgQ29sdW1iaW EiAkRDMgpXYXNoaW5ndG9uOgUyMDAwNUIMUGVubiBRdWFydGVyUgdHIFN0IE5XWgQxMzE3YgwxM zE3IEcgU3QgTleKAQxQZW5uIFF1YXJ0ZXIqDDEzMTcgRyBTdCBOVzIMMTMxNyBHIFN0IE5XMhVX YXNoaW5ndG9uLCBEQyAgMjAwMDUyDVVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXM4OUAB;X-APPLE-RADIUS=99.8261 9022152153;X-APPLE-REFERENCEFRAME=1;X-TITLE="Church of the Epiphany, 1317 G Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20005, United States":geo:38.898478,-77.0 30665 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20151121T210000Z DTEND:20151121T230000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:tid13obofpv01jvrb98f7mf8rc@google.com CREATED:20151106T175057Z DESCRIPTION:MUSIC AT RESURRECTION\n\n2015-2016 Series\n\n“The Greatness and Smallness of Being” \n\nThe 18th Street Singers \n\nIN CONCERT Works by Eš envalds\, Wolf\, Mahler\, \n\nCornelius\, and Rheinberger\n\n+ + + \n\nTo B enefit Arlington Thrive\n\nNovember 21\, 2015\n\n4 PM\n+ + + \nFree and ope n to the public\n\nFree will offering\n\n703.532.5991 office@relcarlington. org\n\nResurrection Lutheran Church \n6201 N. Washington Boulevard - Arling ton VA\n\nThis series is supported by the Music Program Fund LAST-MODIFIED:20151106T175116Z LOCATION:Resurrection Lutheran Church\, 6201 Washington Blvd\, Arlington\, VA 22205\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The 18th Street Singers IN CONCERT Works by Ešenvalds\, Wolf\, Mahl er\, Cornelius\, and Rheinberger TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20151108T193000Z DTEND:20151108T213000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:3v665h97m3m6f4104t88d109rc@google.com CREATED:20151103T034353Z DESCRIPTION:Sunday\, November 8 at 2:30pm at Christ Lutheran Church\, upsta irs in the fellowship hall\, Sarah Berger\, soprano will join colleagues me zzo-soprano Rebecca Trout\, baritone Tom Zepp\, and pianist Daniel Aune in a recital of American songs and arias\, from art song to folk song to spiri tual. I'll be singing songs by Samuel Barber\, Charles Ives\, and others. The concert is free\, with a free-will offering\, as part of part of Chris t Lutheran's Hafenmusik concert series. You can visit http://christinnerha rbor.org/ for more information on directions and free parking. LAST-MODIFIED:20151103T034353Z LOCATION:Christ Lutheran Church\, 701 S Charles St\, Baltimore\, MD 21230\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Sarah Berger\, soprano\; mezzo-soprano Rebecca Trout\, baritone\; T om Zepp\, and pianist Daniel Aune with Christ Lutheran's Hafenmusik concert series TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20150913T190000Z DTEND:20150913T203000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:i524ts2c6lv4a3vgmg318qu6u0@google.com CREATED:20150909T172240Z DESCRIPTION:The program opens with a quartet for woodwinds by Giovanni Gamb aro\, who straddled the 18th and 19th centuries. Performed by Ensemble a la Carte - Karen Judkins\, Angela Murakami\, Robin Gelman\, and Lora Katz. \n \nWe'll then present the evocative second Faure cello sonata\, with Schuyle r Slack and Steven Schwarz. After intermission\, the Moorland Ensemble brin gs us Dohnanyi's exciting sextet for piano\, winds\, and strings. Free\, fr iendly\, informal\, with interesting commentary.\n\nhttps://www.facebook.co m/events/1683530225208692/ LAST-MODIFIED:20150909T172300Z LOCATION:Christ Lutheran Church of Bethesda\, 8011 Old Georgetown Rd\, Beth esda\, MD 20814\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Moorland Ensemble TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20151105T010000Z DTEND:20151105T033000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:krmb9m00e13u45dnpa3dqif260@google.com CREATED:20150909T025152Z DESCRIPTION:Bach Collegium Japan [concert]\n\nLibrary of Congress\, Thomas Jefferson Building\, Coolidge Auditorium\n\nNovember 4\, 2015\n\n8:00-10:30 pm\n\nBach guru Masaaki Suzuki brings his critically acclaimed Bach Collegi um Japan to the Library for a mixed program of works by J.S. Bach\, Vivaldi and Handel. Soprano Joanne Lunn joins in the Handel Gloria and Bach Cantat a BWV 51 to share her voice\, dubbed "ravishing" by The Guardian. Program: J.S. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major\, BWV 1047\, Sonata for fl ute in E minor\, BWV 1034\, and Cantata BWV 51\, "Jauchzet Gott in allen La nden!"\; Vivaldi: Concerto in C major for recorder\, strings and continuo\, RV 443 and Oboe Concerto in C major\, RV 450\; Handel: Gloria in B-flat ma jor\, HWV deest. Presented in association with the Embassy of Japan. There will be a "Nightcap Conversation" with Masaaki Suzuki following the perform ance.\n\nFree\, tickets required\n\n(202) 707-5502\n\nhttp://www.eventbrite .com/e/bach-collegium-japan-tickets-18073608650 LAST-MODIFIED:20150909T025153Z LOCATION:Library of Congress\, Thomas Jefferson Building\, Coolidge Auditor ium SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Bach Collegium Japan [concert] TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20151104T233000Z DTEND:20151105T003000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:bnsqmtu6ioa28sp9t2oo06foos@google.com CREATED:20150909T024931Z DESCRIPTION:An Archive of Legendary Performances: Recording the Library’s C oncerts [lecture]\n\nLibrary of Congress\, Thomas Jefferson Building\, Whit tall Pavilion\n\nNovember 4\, 2015\n\n6:30-7:30pm\n\nMichael Turpin\, the L ibrary of Congress Music Division’s recording engineer\, discusses the hist ory of recording the Library’s concerts.\n\nFree\, no tickets required\n\n( 202) 707-5502\n\nhttp://www.loc.gov/concerts LAST-MODIFIED:20150909T024932Z LOCATION:Library of Congress\, Thomas Jefferson Building\, Whittall Pavilio n SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:An Archive of Legendary Performances: Recording the Library’s Conce rts [lecture] TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20151030T223000Z DTEND:20151030T233000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:3142klaqgcq32vhlusl10guh20@google.com CREATED:20150909T024251Z DESCRIPTION:A Leading Role: A Conversation on Women in the Music World [pan el]\n\nLibrary of Congress\, Thomas Jefferson Building\, Whittall Pavilion\ n\nOctober 30\, 2015\n\n6:30-7:30pm\n\nThree arts leaders engage in a conve rsation about the role of women in the music world. Featuring Jane Chu\, Ch airman\, National Endowment for the Arts\; Margaret Lioi\, CEO\, Chamber Mu sic America\; Astrid Schween\, Cellist\, Juilliard String Quartet.\n\nFree\ , no tickets required\n\n(202) 707-5502\n\nhttp://www.loc.gov/concerts LAST-MODIFIED:20150909T024251Z LOCATION:Library of Congress\, Thomas Jefferson Building\, Whittall Pavilio n SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:A Leading Role: A Conversation on Women in the Music World [panel] TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20151020T000000Z DTEND:20151020T023000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:a9uiesl5lanpko2n02re7ldf5s@google.com CREATED:20150909T024136Z DESCRIPTION:The Music of Marvin Hamlisch [concert]\n\nLibrary of Congress\, Thomas Jefferson Building\, Coolidge Auditorium\n\nOctober 19\, 2015\n\n8: 00-10:30pm\n\nAmerican composer and conductor Marvin Hamlisch had a prolifi c career that spanned Broadway and the concert hall to Tinsel Town. This sp ecial evening celebrates his legacy and the arrival of the Hamlisch collect ion at the Library of Congress. Recognized with the Pulitzer Prize\, three Oscars®\, four GRAMMYs®\, four Emmys\, three Golden Globes and a Tony\, Ham lisch’s music exudes lyric and melodic ingenuity. Broadway stars Lindsay M endez (Wicked\, Godspell\, Grease) and Capathia Jenkins (Caroline\, or Chan ge\; The Civil War\; Newsies\; Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me) join Hamlisch ’s friend and music director Ted Sperling for an unforgettable night.\n\nFr ee\, tickets required\n\n(202) 707-5502\n\nhttp://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-e vening-with-the-music-of-marvin-hamlisch-featuring-capathia-jenkins-lindsay -mendez-and-ted-tickets-18054078234\n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150909T024136Z LOCATION:Library of Congress\, Thomas Jefferson Building\, Coolidge Auditor ium SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Music of Marvin Hamlisch [concert] TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150913 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150914 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:1u7l9iqik6s0k92ksbgi31r80g@google.com CREATED:20150901T202108Z DESCRIPTION:The Phillips Collection offers concerts in the Music Room on se lect Sunday afternoons. Advance recommendations are recommended. To see a list of upcoming concerts\, visit \nhttp://www.phillipscollection.org/even ts/phillips-music LAST-MODIFIED:20150901T202108Z LOCATION:The Phillips Collection\, 1600 21st Street Northwest\, Washington\ , DC 20009\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Concerts at The Phillips Collection on select Sunday afternoons TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150901 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150902 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:c1hk51ul0vtcabut0d5l926m60@google.com CREATED:20150901T201948Z DESCRIPTION:Concerts at the National Gallery of Art are open to the public\ , free of charge on select days\, September-January\, 2016. Some of the up coming concerts are in the Sculpture Garden\, while others are in the West Garden Court in the West Building. Admittance is on a first-come\, first-s eated basis\, beginning 30 minutes before each concert.\n The Gallery n otes that families with small children may be asked to sit in designated ar eas. \nTo see a list of concerts scheduled\, visit\nhttp://www.nga.gov/cont ent/ngaweb/calendar/concerts.html?category=Concerts&pageNumber=1 LAST-MODIFIED:20150901T201948Z LOCATION:National Gallery of Art\, 6th & Constitution Ave NW\, Washington\, DC 20565\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Concerts at the National Gallery of Art on select days TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20151004T200000Z DTEND:20151004T220000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:oceui6beib84rs003re5l027gc@google.com CREATED:20150901T195924Z DESCRIPTION:The Georgetown Concert Series\, led by Artistic Director Samuel Carabetta\, will present The Phantom of the Opera Silent Film with Todd Wi lson\, organ on Sunday\, October 4 at St. John’s Episcopal Church Georgetow n Parish. The event will be presented in association with the American Film Insitute Silver Theatre and Cultural Center. As the original 1925 silent- movie\, starring Lon Chaney is screened\, the internationally-acclaimed org anist will “provide a hair-raising\, improvised accompaniment on the church ’s magnificent pipe organ.” There will be popcorn for kids of all ages!\n \nVisit http://stjohnsgeorgetown.org/concertseries/ LAST-MODIFIED:20150901T195924Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal\, O Street Northwest\, Georgetown\, Washingto n\, DC\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Georgetown Concert Series\, led by Artistic Director Samuel Car abetta - The Phantom of the Opera Silent Film with Todd Wilson\, organ TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150728T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150728T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:n92u4foc36k3fgiplav88nev3o@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150728T121000 CREATED:20150513T145037Z DESCRIPTION: Rachel Barham\, soprano\, mezzo-soprano Sarah Issaelkhoury and Jeremy Filsell on piano and organ. Music of Gabriel Fauré. Jeremy will pla y piano pieces\, and Sarah and Rachel will sing sets of mélodies as well as the Messe Basse\, a short setting of the Latin Mass for two voices and org an.\n \nThe concert starts at 12:10pm on Tuesday\, July 29. Admission is fr ee\, with a suggested donation of $10.\n \nMore information and a link to t he program here:\n \nhttp://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-happen/concerts/\n\nT he historic Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC offers a Tuesday Concert Series\, which is a 52-weeks-a-year outreach program featuring high-quality music year-round 12:10–1:00pm. Visit http://epiphanydc.org/epiphanies-hap pen/ concerts\n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150728T013437Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany - Rachel Barham\, soprano\, mezzo-sopr ano Sarah Issaelkhoury and Jeremy Filsell on piano and organ TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150723T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150723T210000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2sbkmklbnp3mvlhf410nj6fvtg@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150709T190000 CREATED:20150702T014935Z DESCRIPTION:Washington National Cathedral Summer Music Series in July. \n Performances are planned for:\n\nJuly 7: Crossing Over: Musical Journeys in American Faith with Laura Choi Stuart\, soprano\; Lena Seikaly\, mezzo-sop rano\; and Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez\, piano.\n\nJuly 9: Halcyon Harmony: An Evening of Clarinet\, Voice\, Cello\, and Piano\n\nJuly 14: Luminous Mat ter: Songs and Prayers for Soprano and Organ - A Program to Envelop and Mov e the Spirit\n\nJuly 16: Youth Praise: A Celebration for the Spirit Through Song - A Program Comprised of Traditional and Contemporary Gospel Music\n\ nJuly 23: Moments with Mozart: A Summer Evening Concerto - The Suter Famil y Presents an Evening of Classic Masterworks by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.\n\ nVisit http://www.cathedral.org LAST-MODIFIED:20150702T023129Z LOCATION:Washington National Cathedral\, 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW\, Washington \, DC 20016\, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Washington National Cathedral Summer Music Series - Moments with Mo zart: A Summer Evening Concerto - The Suter Family Presents an Evening of C lassic Masterworks by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150721T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150721T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:n92u4foc36k3fgiplav88nev3o@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150721T121000 CREATED:20150513T145037Z DESCRIPTION: The historic Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC offers a Tu esday Concert Series\, which is a 52-weeks-a-year outreach program featurin g high-quality music year-round 12:10–1:00pm. Visit http://epiphanydc.org/ epiphanies-happen/ \n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150702T020032Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany - The US ARMY STRINGS in collaboration with the OLD GUARD FIFE AND DRUM CORPS TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150714T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150714T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:n92u4foc36k3fgiplav88nev3o@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150714T121000 CREATED:20150513T145037Z DESCRIPTION: The historic Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC offers a Tu esday Concert Series\, which is a 52-weeks-a-year outreach program featurin g high-quality music year-round 12:10–1:00pm. Visit http://epiphanydc.org/ epiphanies-happen/ \n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150702T015943Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany - Cha Park\, piano in a recital of the classic piano music\; Beethoven\, Chopin\, Debussy & Liszt TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150707T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150707T130000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:n92u4foc36k3fgiplav88nev3o@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150707T121000 CREATED:20150513T145037Z DESCRIPTION: The historic Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC offers a Tu esday Concert Series\, which is a 52-weeks-a-year outreach program featurin g high-quality music year-round 12:10–1:00pm. Visit http://epiphanydc.org/ epiphanies-happen/ \n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150702T015900Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany - EYA: Allison Mondel\, Kristen Dubeni on-Smith & Crossley Hawn\; medieval chant and polyphony TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150716T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150716T210000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2sbkmklbnp3mvlhf410nj6fvtg@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150711T190000 CREATED:20150702T014935Z DESCRIPTION:Washington National Cathedral Summer Music Series in July. \n Performances are planned for:\n\nJuly 7: Crossing Over: Musical Journeys in American Faith with Laura Choi Stuart\, soprano\; Lena Seikaly\, mezzo-sop rano\; and Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez\, piano.\n\nJuly 9: Halcyon Harmony: An Evening of Clarinet\, Voice\, Cello\, and Piano\n\nJuly 14: Luminous Mat ter: Songs and Prayers for Soprano and Organ - A Program to Envelop and Mov e the Spirit\n\nJuly 16: Youth Praise: A Celebration for the Spirit Through Song - A Program Comprised of Traditional and Contemporary Gospel Music\n\ nJuly 23: Moments with Mozart: A Summer Evening Concerto - The Suter Famil y Presents an Evening of Classic Masterworks by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.\n\ nVisit http://www.cathedral.org LAST-MODIFIED:20150702T015251Z LOCATION:Washington National Cathedral\, 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW\, Washington \, DC 20016\, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Washington National Cathedral Summer Music Series - Youth Praise: A Celebration for the Spirit Through Song TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150714T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150714T210000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2sbkmklbnp3mvlhf410nj6fvtg@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150710T190000 CREATED:20150702T014935Z DESCRIPTION:Washington National Cathedral Summer Music Series in July. \n Performances are planned for:\n\nJuly 7: Crossing Over: Musical Journeys in American Faith with Laura Choi Stuart\, soprano\; Lena Seikaly\, mezzo-sop rano\; and Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez\, piano.\n\nJuly 9: Halcyon Harmony: An Evening of Clarinet\, Voice\, Cello\, and Piano\n\nJuly 14: Luminous Mat ter: Songs and Prayers for Soprano and Organ - A Program to Envelop and Mov e the Spirit\n\nJuly 16: Youth Praise: A Celebration for the Spirit Through Song - A Program Comprised of Traditional and Contemporary Gospel Music\n\ nJuly 23: Moments with Mozart: A Summer Evening Concerto - The Suter Famil y Presents an Evening of Classic Masterworks by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.\n\ nVisit http://www.cathedral.org LAST-MODIFIED:20150702T015143Z LOCATION:Washington National Cathedral\, 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW\, Washington \, DC 20016\, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Washington National Cathedral Summer Music Series - Luminous Matter : Songs and Prayers for Soprano and Organ TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150709T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150709T210000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2sbkmklbnp3mvlhf410nj6fvtg@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150708T190000 CREATED:20150702T014935Z DESCRIPTION:Washington National Cathedral Summer Music Series in July. \n Performances are planned for:\n\nJuly 7: Crossing Over: Musical Journeys in American Faith with Laura Choi Stuart\, soprano\; Lena Seikaly\, mezzo-sop rano\; and Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez\, piano.\n\nJuly 9: Halcyon Harmony: An Evening of Clarinet\, Voice\, Cello\, and Piano\n\nJuly 14: Luminous Mat ter: Songs and Prayers for Soprano and Organ - A Program to Envelop and Mov e the Spirit\n\nJuly 16: Youth Praise: A Celebration for the Spirit Through Song - A Program Comprised of Traditional and Contemporary Gospel Music\n\ nJuly 23: Moments with Mozart: A Summer Evening Concerto - The Suter Famil y Presents an Evening of Classic Masterworks by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.\n\ nVisit http://www.cathedral.org LAST-MODIFIED:20150702T015043Z LOCATION:Washington National Cathedral\, 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW\, Washington \, DC 20016\, USA SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Washington National Cathedral Summer Music Series - Halcyon Harmony : An Evening of Clarinet\, Voice\, Cello\, and Piano TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150707T190000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150707T210000 RRULE:FREQ=DAILY;UNTIL=20150711T230000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:2sbkmklbnp3mvlhf410nj6fvtg@google.com CREATED:20150702T014935Z DESCRIPTION:Washington National Cathedral Summer Music Series in July. \n Performances are planned for:\n\nJuly 7: Crossing Over: Musical Journeys in American Faith with Laura Choi Stuart\, soprano\; Lena Seikaly\, mezzo-sop rano\; and Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez\, piano.\n\nJuly 9: Halcyon Harmony: An Evening of Clarinet\, Voice\, Cello\, and Piano\n\nJuly 14: Luminous Mat ter: Songs and Prayers for Soprano and Organ - A Program to Envelop and Mov e the Spirit\n\nJuly 16: Youth Praise: A Celebration for the Spirit Through Song - A Program Comprised of Traditional and Contemporary Gospel Music\n\ nJuly 23: Moments with Mozart: A Summer Evening Concerto - The Suter Famil y Presents an Evening of Classic Masterworks by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.\n\ nVisit http://www.cathedral.org LAST-MODIFIED:20150702T014958Z LOCATION:Washington National Cathedral\, 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW\, Washington \, DC 20016\, USA SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Washington National Cathedral Summer Music Series - Laura Choi Stua rt\, soprano\; Lena Seikaly\, mezzo-soprano\; and Alejandro Hernandez-Valde z\, piano TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150710T193000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150710T213000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:ii7kego3c2i0g7sqri91t1bk8o@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150710T150000 CREATED:20150630T110038Z DESCRIPTION:The 22rd Annual Grace Church Bach Festival will be held from Ju ly 5-10\, 2015 at Grace Episcopal Church\, Georgetown\, 1041 Wisconsin Ave. \, NW in Washington\, DC. A number of superb musicians from the United Sta tes and Europe will be featured in the intimate listening space of Grace Ch urch.\n\nThe Festival will open on Sunday afternoon\, July 5 at 3:00 pm wit h an ensemble led by Festival Director\, Francine Maté\, organ and harpsich ord. Performers include Soo Young Chrisfield (soprano)\, Sheng Wang (violi n)\, Eric deWaardt from the National Symphony (viola)\, Charlie Powers from the Pittsburgh Symphony (cello)\, Joe DeLuccio (oboe)\, Chris Franke (viol in)\, and Jeffrey Strong (trumpet). The program includes Bach’s Cantata No . 51 (Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen)\, and the Solo Cello Suite No. 6\nOn M onday\, July 6 at 7:30 pm the Teiber Trio (www.teibertrio.org) will perform an arrangement of Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” for violin\, viola\, and ce llo. Teiber Trio cellist\, Charlie Powers from the Pittsburgh Symphony\, w elcomes guests violinist\, Sheng Wang and violist\, Eric deWaardt from the National Symphony\, in their July 6 concert.\nOn Wednesday\, July 8\, at 7 :30 pm internationally renowned organist Roland Stangier of Essen\, Germany (www.rmstangier.org) will perform in recital. In addition to his fine pe rformances of the works of Bach\, Roland has demonstrated at earlier Festiv als his skill in the art of improvisation. A winner of numerous prizes in international competitions\, Roland is Professor of Organ and Improvisatio n at the Folkwang University in Essen. This is his 6th appearance at Grace Church’s Bach Festival. Works include the Bach Prelude and Fugue in a min or\, BWV 543\, the John Stanley Concerto in C\, and an Improvisation on a s ubmitted theme.\n\nThe Festival will close on July 10 at 7:30 pm with a re cital by classical guitarist Piotr Pakhomkin (www.piotrguitar.org). A nat ive of St. Petersburg\, Russia\, he will be making his 2nd appearance at th e Grace Church Bach Festival. This young guitar virtuoso\, a resident of Ge orgetown\, has taken numerous prizes in international competitions. He is rapidly becoming recognized as one of the finest guitarists of his generat ion. The program includes the Concerto in D Major\, BWV 972 and the d mino r Partita\, BWV 1004.\nAll performances will take place at Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Avenue NW\, in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washi ngton\, DC (Below M Street\, near the C&O Canal). Parking is available at several commercial parking garages in the neighborhood. The Circulator Bu ses run from the DuPont Circle and Union Station Metro Stations to Georgeto wn. Exit the bus at Wisconsin and M Streets. There is also a Metrobus st op at Wisconsin Avenue and M Street\; see www.wmata.com for details. Admis sion to each concert is $20 per person. Tickets are available at the door \, which opens 45 minutes before each performance. LAST-MODIFIED:20150630T110308Z LOCATION:Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, United States SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The 22rd Annual Grace Church Bach Festival TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150708T193000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150708T213000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:ii7kego3c2i0g7sqri91t1bk8o@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150708T150000 CREATED:20150630T110038Z DESCRIPTION:The 22rd Annual Grace Church Bach Festival will be held from Ju ly 5-10\, 2015 at Grace Episcopal Church\, Georgetown\, 1041 Wisconsin Ave. \, NW in Washington\, DC. A number of superb musicians from the United Sta tes and Europe will be featured in the intimate listening space of Grace Ch urch.\n\nThe Festival will open on Sunday afternoon\, July 5 at 3:00 pm wit h an ensemble led by Festival Director\, Francine Maté\, organ and harpsich ord. Performers include Soo Young Chrisfield (soprano)\, Sheng Wang (violi n)\, Eric deWaardt from the National Symphony (viola)\, Charlie Powers from the Pittsburgh Symphony (cello)\, Joe DeLuccio (oboe)\, Chris Franke (viol in)\, and Jeffrey Strong (trumpet). The program includes Bach’s Cantata No . 51 (Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen)\, and the Solo Cello Suite No. 6\nOn M onday\, July 6 at 7:30 pm the Teiber Trio (www.teibertrio.org) will perform an arrangement of Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” for violin\, viola\, and ce llo. Teiber Trio cellist\, Charlie Powers from the Pittsburgh Symphony\, w elcomes guests violinist\, Sheng Wang and violist\, Eric deWaardt from the National Symphony\, in their July 6 concert.\nOn Wednesday\, July 8\, at 7 :30 pm internationally renowned organist Roland Stangier of Essen\, Germany (www.rmstangier.org) will perform in recital. In addition to his fine pe rformances of the works of Bach\, Roland has demonstrated at earlier Festiv als his skill in the art of improvisation. A winner of numerous prizes in international competitions\, Roland is Professor of Organ and Improvisatio n at the Folkwang University in Essen. This is his 6th appearance at Grace Church’s Bach Festival. Works include the Bach Prelude and Fugue in a min or\, BWV 543\, the John Stanley Concerto in C\, and an Improvisation on a s ubmitted theme.\n\nThe Festival will close on July 10 at 7:30 pm with a re cital by classical guitarist Piotr Pakhomkin (www.piotrguitar.org). A nat ive of St. Petersburg\, Russia\, he will be making his 2nd appearance at th e Grace Church Bach Festival. This young guitar virtuoso\, a resident of Ge orgetown\, has taken numerous prizes in international competitions. He is rapidly becoming recognized as one of the finest guitarists of his generat ion. The program includes the Concerto in D Major\, BWV 972 and the d mino r Partita\, BWV 1004.\nAll performances will take place at Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Avenue NW\, in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washi ngton\, DC (Below M Street\, near the C&O Canal). Parking is available at several commercial parking garages in the neighborhood. The Circulator Bu ses run from the DuPont Circle and Union Station Metro Stations to Georgeto wn. Exit the bus at Wisconsin and M Streets. There is also a Metrobus st op at Wisconsin Avenue and M Street\; see www.wmata.com for details. Admis sion to each concert is $20 per person. Tickets are available at the door \, which opens 45 minutes before each performance. LAST-MODIFIED:20150630T110223Z LOCATION:Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, United States SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The 22rd Annual Grace Church Bach Festival TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150706T193000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150706T213000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:ii7kego3c2i0g7sqri91t1bk8o@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150706T150000 CREATED:20150630T110038Z DESCRIPTION:The 22rd Annual Grace Church Bach Festival will be held from Ju ly 5-10\, 2015 at Grace Episcopal Church\, Georgetown\, 1041 Wisconsin Ave. \, NW in Washington\, DC. A number of superb musicians from the United Sta tes and Europe will be featured in the intimate listening space of Grace Ch urch.\n\nThe Festival will open on Sunday afternoon\, July 5 at 3:00 pm wit h an ensemble led by Festival Director\, Francine Maté\, organ and harpsich ord. Performers include Soo Young Chrisfield (soprano)\, Sheng Wang (violi n)\, Eric deWaardt from the National Symphony (viola)\, Charlie Powers from the Pittsburgh Symphony (cello)\, Joe DeLuccio (oboe)\, Chris Franke (viol in)\, and Jeffrey Strong (trumpet). The program includes Bach’s Cantata No . 51 (Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen)\, and the Solo Cello Suite No. 6\nOn M onday\, July 6 at 7:30 pm the Teiber Trio (www.teibertrio.org) will perform an arrangement of Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” for violin\, viola\, and ce llo. Teiber Trio cellist\, Charlie Powers from the Pittsburgh Symphony\, w elcomes guests violinist\, Sheng Wang and violist\, Eric deWaardt from the National Symphony\, in their July 6 concert.\nOn Wednesday\, July 8\, at 7 :30 pm internationally renowned organist Roland Stangier of Essen\, Germany (www.rmstangier.org) will perform in recital. In addition to his fine pe rformances of the works of Bach\, Roland has demonstrated at earlier Festiv als his skill in the art of improvisation. A winner of numerous prizes in international competitions\, Roland is Professor of Organ and Improvisatio n at the Folkwang University in Essen. This is his 6th appearance at Grace Church’s Bach Festival. Works include the Bach Prelude and Fugue in a min or\, BWV 543\, the John Stanley Concerto in C\, and an Improvisation on a s ubmitted theme.\n\nThe Festival will close on July 10 at 7:30 pm with a re cital by classical guitarist Piotr Pakhomkin (www.piotrguitar.org). A nat ive of St. Petersburg\, Russia\, he will be making his 2nd appearance at th e Grace Church Bach Festival. This young guitar virtuoso\, a resident of Ge orgetown\, has taken numerous prizes in international competitions. He is rapidly becoming recognized as one of the finest guitarists of his generat ion. The program includes the Concerto in D Major\, BWV 972 and the d mino r Partita\, BWV 1004.\nAll performances will take place at Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Avenue NW\, in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washi ngton\, DC (Below M Street\, near the C&O Canal). Parking is available at several commercial parking garages in the neighborhood. The Circulator Bu ses run from the DuPont Circle and Union Station Metro Stations to Georgeto wn. Exit the bus at Wisconsin and M Streets. There is also a Metrobus st op at Wisconsin Avenue and M Street\; see www.wmata.com for details. Admis sion to each concert is $20 per person. Tickets are available at the door \, which opens 45 minutes before each performance. LAST-MODIFIED:20150630T110131Z LOCATION:Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, United States SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The 22rd Annual Grace Church Bach Festival TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150705T150000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150705T170000 RRULE:FREQ=DAILY;UNTIL=20150710T190000Z EXDATE;TZID=America/New_York:20150709T150000 EXDATE;TZID=America/New_York:20150707T150000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:ii7kego3c2i0g7sqri91t1bk8o@google.com CREATED:20150630T110038Z DESCRIPTION:The 22rd Annual Grace Church Bach Festival will be held from Ju ly 5-10\, 2015 at Grace Episcopal Church\, Georgetown\, 1041 Wisconsin Ave. \, NW in Washington\, DC. A number of superb musicians from the United Sta tes and Europe will be featured in the intimate listening space of Grace Ch urch.\n\nThe Festival will open on Sunday afternoon\, July 5 at 3:00 pm wit h an ensemble led by Festival Director\, Francine Maté\, organ and harpsich ord. Performers include Soo Young Chrisfield (soprano)\, Sheng Wang (violi n)\, Eric deWaardt from the National Symphony (viola)\, Charlie Powers from the Pittsburgh Symphony (cello)\, Joe DeLuccio (oboe)\, Chris Franke (viol in)\, and Jeffrey Strong (trumpet). The program includes Bach’s Cantata No . 51 (Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen)\, and the Solo Cello Suite No. 6\nOn M onday\, July 6 at 7:30 pm the Teiber Trio (www.teibertrio.org) will perform an arrangement of Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” for violin\, viola\, and ce llo. Teiber Trio cellist\, Charlie Powers from the Pittsburgh Symphony\, w elcomes guests violinist\, Sheng Wang and violist\, Eric deWaardt from the National Symphony\, in their July 6 concert.\nOn Wednesday\, July 8\, at 7 :30 pm internationally renowned organist Roland Stangier of Essen\, Germany (www.rmstangier.org) will perform in recital. In addition to his fine pe rformances of the works of Bach\, Roland has demonstrated at earlier Festiv als his skill in the art of improvisation. A winner of numerous prizes in international competitions\, Roland is Professor of Organ and Improvisatio n at the Folkwang University in Essen. This is his 6th appearance at Grace Church’s Bach Festival. Works include the Bach Prelude and Fugue in a min or\, BWV 543\, the John Stanley Concerto in C\, and an Improvisation on a s ubmitted theme.\n\nThe Festival will close on July 10 at 7:30 pm with a re cital by classical guitarist Piotr Pakhomkin (www.piotrguitar.org). A nat ive of St. Petersburg\, Russia\, he will be making his 2nd appearance at th e Grace Church Bach Festival. This young guitar virtuoso\, a resident of Ge orgetown\, has taken numerous prizes in international competitions. He is rapidly becoming recognized as one of the finest guitarists of his generat ion. The program includes the Concerto in D Major\, BWV 972 and the d mino r Partita\, BWV 1004.\nAll performances will take place at Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Avenue NW\, in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washi ngton\, DC (Below M Street\, near the C&O Canal). Parking is available at several commercial parking garages in the neighborhood. The Circulator Bu ses run from the DuPont Circle and Union Station Metro Stations to Georgeto wn. Exit the bus at Wisconsin and M Streets. There is also a Metrobus st op at Wisconsin Avenue and M Street\; see www.wmata.com for details. Admis sion to each concert is $20 per person. Tickets are available at the door \, which opens 45 minutes before each performance. LAST-MODIFIED:20150630T110038Z LOCATION:Grace Episcopal Church\, 1041 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest\, Washing ton\, DC 20007\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The 22rd Annual Grace Church Bach Festival TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150702 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150703 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:g3lgn4ffphf8u5mq4u6vruqmns@google.com CREATED:20150606T162800Z DESCRIPTION:The Castleton Festival\n\n The Castleton Festival\, featurin g more than 24 Performances over five weekends\, will take place July 2-Aug ust 2. The 2015 Festival will be the first since the passing of its founder \, Maestro Lorin Maazel\, in 2014. Led by Mrs. Turban Maazel\, an award-win ning actor and co-founder of the Festival\, the event will continue the tra dition of bringing together internationally-renowned conductors and artists to live and work in a harmonious\, supportive musical family setting on th e grounds of the Maazels’ Castleton Farms in Rappahannock County\, Virginia \, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. \n The professionals wi ll “mentor and perform with a new generation of musicians\, bringing fresh energy to favorite works and new productions.” The festival will feature: \nA New Castleton Production of Gounod’s Romeo and Juliet \nA New Producti on of Ravel’s L’heure espagnole (The Spanish Hour)\nA World Premiere of Wan g’s Scalia/Ginsburg Wilder’s Our Town Symphonic Concerts\, Chamber Music\, and Bluegrass Four Concerts by Wynton Marsalis’s Summer Jazz Academy.\n\nVi sit https://www.castletonfestival.org/news/item/the-castleton-festival-anno unces-summer-2015-season\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150606T163840Z LOCATION:7 Castleton Meadows Lane\, Castleton\, VA\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Castleton Festival\, featuring more than 24 Performances over f ive weekends from July 2-August 2. TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150612T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150612T203000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20150828T210000Z;BYDAY=FR DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:i9sb7b1hc7hfj9gvje9mtf081o@google.com CREATED:20150606T160630Z DESCRIPTION:The National Gallery of Art's Jazz in the Garden Series feature s an array of jazz artists performing a wide variety of styles on select Fr iday evenings in the Sculpture Garden. To see a list of upcoming concerts\ , visit http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/calendar/jazz.html?category=Jazz% 20Programs&pageNumber=1 LAST-MODIFIED:20150606T160630Z LOCATION:National Gallery of Art\, 6th & Constitution Ave NW\, Washington\, DC 20565\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Jazz in the Garden Series TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150426T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150426T193000 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:qekugma1q0l7tc3grn5q57nrm4@google.com RECURRENCE-ID;TZID=America/New_York:20150426T183000 CREATED:20140909T111936Z DESCRIPTION:The National Gallery of Art presents Sunday Concerts at select times\, October thru May. \n To see a full listing of the upcoming conc erts at the Gallery\, visit http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/calendar/conc erts/seventy-third.html?pageNumber=1\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150520T032322Z LOCATION:National Gallery of Art\, 6th & Constitution Ave NW\, Washington\, DC 20565\, United States SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Sunday Evening Concerts at the National Gallery of Art: Brahms Lieb eslieder Waltzes with National Gallery Vocal Ensemble TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20141005T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20141005T193000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20150531T073000Z;BYDAY=SU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:qekugma1q0l7tc3grn5q57nrm4@google.com CREATED:20140909T111936Z DESCRIPTION:The National Gallery of Art presents Sunday Concerts at select times\, October thru May. \n To see a full listing of the upcoming conc erts at the Gallery\, visit http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/calendar/conc erts/seventy-third.html?pageNumber=1\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150520T032322Z LOCATION: SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Sunday Evening Concerts at the National Gallery of Art TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20150625T223000Z DTEND:20150626T003000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:0irk18uuss4hierm4smb4u0n6o@google.com CREATED:20150505T154217Z DESCRIPTION:The Phillips Collection will present the Wolf Trap Opera Compan y in a concert titled Vocal Colors: A Musical Exploration of Visual Art on June 25. The concert “will bridge musical genres from classical to pop and avant-garde - inspired by the museum’s collection. Soprano Alexandra Louts ion\, baritone Joo Won Kang\, and pianist Joseph Li “will paint the Music R oom with sound.” \n\nImage at right: Wolf Trap Opera singer Catherine Mar tin responds to Henri Matisse’s Studio Quai Saint-Michel with Stephen Sondh eim’s I’m Losing My Mind. Photo: Wolf Trap Opera\n\nVisit http://www.philli pscollection.org/events?d=2015-06-25&f=all LAST-MODIFIED:20150518T214203Z LOCATION:The Phillips Collection\, 1600 21st Street Northwest\, Washington\ , DC 20009\, United States SEQUENCE:2 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Phillips Collection will present the Wolf Trap Opera Company in a concert titled Vocal Colors: A Musical Exploration of Visual Art TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20150507T193000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20150507T213000 RRULE:FREQ=DAILY;UNTIL=20150517T233000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:3agf6f9ktt2bgbhgqb71tcb2m0@google.com CREATED:20150404T192706Z DESCRIPTION:Visit http://www.wjmf.org/\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150515T201425Z LOCATION: SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Washington Jewish Music Festival TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20150429 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20150430 DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:qpgin7e7n4l84ahe5ui7e2mamk@google.com CREATED:20150228T171048Z DESCRIPTION:The Miró Quartet with mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke. The concert w ill include works by Schubert\, Wolf and Copland. \n\nVisit http://www.kenn edy-center.org LAST-MODIFIED:20150515T193719Z LOCATION:The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts\, 2700 F Street Northwest\, Washington\, DC 20566\, United States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Fortas Chamber Music Concerts present The Miró Quartet with mezzo-s oprano Sasha Cooke TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20150428T233000Z DTEND:20150429T013000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:clupund0jk8g1jgsn7gssjh788@google.com CREATED:20150404T194033Z DESCRIPTION:The Georgetown Concert Series will present \n\nOLIVIER LATRY\, ORGAN\nOrganist of the Cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris\n\nTuesday\, April 28\, 2015 at 7:30 pm\nSt. John’s Episcopal Church\n3240 O St. NW ~ Washing ton\, DC\n\nCo-sponsored with the \nDC Chapter\, American Guild of Organist s\n\n“brilliant rapturously received recital…culminated with enough razzle- dazzle to bring the audience to it’s feet” - The Los Angeles Times\n\nPurchase Tickets: $15.00 each\nwww.stjohnsgeorgeto wn.org or at the door\n\nFree parking at the Hyde-Addison School parking lo t\ndirectly across from the church on O St.\n\nVisit http://stjohnsgeorgeto wn.org/music/2014-2015-georgetown-concert-series/ \n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150515T193706Z LOCATION:Saint Johns Episcopal Church\, 3240 O st\, Washington\, DC 20007\, United States SEQUENCE:1 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:The Georgetown Concert Series will present Olivier Latry\, organ TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20150517T210000Z DTEND:20150517T230000Z DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:nu4b8pk047ehrieamv8ut27euc@google.com CREATED:20150514T143318Z DESCRIPTION:Music at Redeemer Series. The eclectic program will feature the parish choirs and soloists\, the Inscape Chamber Orchestra\, and Redeemer’ s Di Gennaro-Hart organ. Works will include the premiere of a new organ wor k\, A Festal Fanfare\, by Gary Davison\; Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring \; the premiere of What I Decided to Keep\, by Stephen Gorbos\; George Frid eric Handel’s Chandos Anthem No. 9 (“O praise the Lord with one consent”)\; as well as the premiere of Martin Neary’s new\, orchestrated arrangement o f A Hymn for St. Cecilia\, by Herbert Howells\, with Dr. Neary conducting. Admission is free. Childcare will be provided. A festive reception will fol low.\n \nSunday\, May 17\, 5pm\nThe Church of the Redeemer is located on Du nrobbin Drive\, just off MacArthur Boulevard\, across from Glen Echo Park. For detailed directions to the church\, visit http://www.redeemerbethesda. org/about-us/visit-us/ LAST-MODIFIED:20150514T143318Z LOCATION:The Church of the Redeemer\, Bethesda\, MD SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Music at Redeemer Series Gala Concert TRANSP:OPAQUE END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20141001T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20141001T124500 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;UNTIL=20150603T161000Z;BYDAY=1WE DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:puactecre99arf3pfmf4csbh14@google.com CREATED:20150513T145250Z DESCRIPTION:When: The first Wednesday of the month October through June fr om 12:10-12:45 P.M.\n \nWhere: St. John's Church\, Lafayette Square at the corner of 16th & H Streets NW\, Washington DC\, known as the "Church of th e Presidents." The church is fully wheelchair accessible.\n \nWhat: Pleas e see detailed concert programs below. All concerts are ticketless\, free of charge\, and last about 35 minutes so that audience members may attend d uring their lunch breaks.\n \nOctober 1\, 2014: The United States Army Cho rus\, assisted by St. John's Director of Music Ministry and Organist Benjam in Hutto\n \nNovember 5\, 2014: Greg Morris\, Associate Organist of the Te mple Church\, London\, England\, performing a program titled A London Portr ait\n \nDecember 3\, 2014: The St. Albans/National Cathedral Schools Madri gal Singers\, performing Music of the Season.\n \nJanuary 7\, 2015: Iris L an\, performing the Complete Sonatas of Paul Hindemith\n \nFebruary 4\, 201 5: Jazz Vocalist Lena Seikaly\, assisted by the Dan Dufford Trio\, perform ing Works by Ellington and friends\n \nMarch 4\, 2015: Jared Denhard\, bag piper\, assisted by St. John's Associate Organist Michael Lodico in a progr am titled Pipes and more Pipes\n \nSunday\, April 19\, 2014\, 4pm: Spring Concert by the St. John's Choir comprised of our twelve professional singer s. This event is ticketless\, free of charge\, and will be one hour in len gth. We were unable to schedule a concert on the first Wednesday of April due to Holy Week.\n \nMay 6\, 2015: The United States Air Force Strings\, assisted by organist Benjamin Hutto perform An Organ Concerto by Handel and other works.\n \nJune 3\, 2015: Benjamin Straley\, Organist of Washington National Cathedral LAST-MODIFIED:20150513T145250Z LOCATION:St. John's Episcopal Church\, 1525 H St NW\, Washington\, DC\, Uni ted States SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:First Wednesday Noontime Concerts at St. John's\, Lafayette Square TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20140916T121000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20140916T130000 RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;UNTIL=20150728T161000Z;BYDAY=TU DTSTAMP:20221127T130625Z UID:n92u4foc36k3fgiplav88nev3o@google.com CREATED:20150513T145037Z DESCRIPTION: The historic Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC offers a Tu esday Concert Series\, which is a 52-weeks-a-year outreach program featurin g high-quality music year-round 12:10–1:00pm. Visit http://epiphanydc.org/ epiphanies-happen/ \n\n LAST-MODIFIED:20150513T145037Z LOCATION:Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC SEQUENCE:0 STATUS:CONFIRMED SUMMARY:Tuesday Concerts at Epiphany TRANSP:TRANSPARENT END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR