Groupmuse with Axios Trio

  The Axios Trio will perform works by Beethoven, Brahms, and Rota, at this Groupmuse event in Rockville, MD. Limited seating – If you are interested in attending, please reserve a spot on this Groupmuse event page.

Meraki: Music for Dreamers

Meraki will present their program, “Music for Dreamers,” including works by Ravel, Schumann, Marquez, and more at this private event for the Dunbarton Community in Bristow, Virginia.

Navy Band Clarinet Day

Navy Band Clarinet Day, featuring a mix of performances, masterclasses and lectures geared toward high school- and college-aged musicians, will be held on Saturday, November 17, 2018, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Kenmore Middle School in Arlington, Va. The guest artist at this year’s Navy Band Clarinet Day is Sean Osborn. Elizabeth G. Hill…

Friday Music Series: Great Noise Ensemble presents “Travelogues: Real and Imagined”

Great Noise makes its debut at Georgetown University’s Friday Music Series with a partial repeat performance of the Travelogues program, consisting of selections from Armando Bayolo‘s The Books of Bokonon. The performance will be free of charge. The Books of Bokonon is a musicological tour through the Island of San Lorenzo based on Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle.  

New Music DC

Elizabeth will be a featured panelist and performer at the inaugural New Music DC conference, hosted by the District New Music Coalition. Register for the conference and purchase tickets to the concerts here.

Summer in the Squares: Finale 2018

  Summer in the Squares 2018 presents: A concert of classical music, curated by Symphony Number One! Join us for an evening of intimate classics performed by three ensembles: Symphony Number One’s Elizabeth G. Hill and Justin Page, of the Axios Trio — Zenith Winds — and the Borisevich Duo. Presented in partnership with the…

Chamber Music at Noon Series: Axios Trio

The Axios Trio will be the special guest performers for this concert, featuring trios for clarinet, cello, and piano by Brahms and Muczynski. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the DC Public Library, in partnership with the Goethe-Institut of Washington.