*POSTPONED* Beethoven Tribute Concert

*Please note that this performance has been postponed due to the outbreak of COVID-19 – Rescheduled date TBA* CAAPA presents pianists Elizabeth Hill and Leah Claiborne in a concert celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birth year. The program will feature works for solo piano and piano 4-hand.

*POSTPONED* UUCC Chalice Concert Series: Meraki

*Rescheduled date TBA* Meraki presents their program ‘Blue Thunder.’ This program will feature their 2019 Consortium Commission piece, “Be Still My Child,” by Anthony R. Green. Their program will also include the newly commissioned work, “Heloha Okchamali” (Blue Thunder), by Jerod Tate. This commission has been made possible by the Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning…

Balance Campaign: DESTRUCTION

DESTRUCTION; a concert experience and musical exploration of the loss of nature, spirit, and humanity. Featuring works by Whitney George, Robert Honstein, and the Washington, D.C. premiere of ANIMAL, by Nathan Lincoln de Cusatis, commissioned by Balance Campaign.  

Movin’ On Up Series: Women and the Great Migration Concert

The Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA) partners with the Howard County Historical Society to bring music and women’s history together in a moving tribute to women during the Great Migration featuring: Robin Fay Massie, violin Elise Christina Jenkins, soprano Denée Barr, soprano Elizabeth Hill, piano

Celebrating African-American Opera Singers: Past and Present

OperaNova presents its 2nd Annual Concert “Celebrating African-American Opera Singers: Past and Present.” The concert will include a brief recollection of the musical career of Mrs. Coretta Scott King, soprano, honoring the extraordinary singers from the past, and highlighting today’s rising talents. Featuring: Elise Christina Jenkins, Soprano Jocelyn Hunt, Soprano Crystal Golden, Soprano Keith Craig, Tenor…

Great Noise Ensemble presents: Freedom of Expression

On December 15, 2018 at 8:00 p.m., Great Noise Ensemble will present the first of a series of programs called The Four Freedoms Project at Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ. Freedom of Expression includes two large works. Joshua Armenta has sets texts by Federico García Lorca in Sonetos del amor oscuro, for tenor and ensemble. In this world premiere, Armenta is…

Capital Fringe Festival 2018: The Lives Left Behind

Silver Finch Arts Collective, featuring vibrant new voices in the Washington, DC music and theatre scenes, is excited to present The Lives Left Behind at the 2018 Capital Fringe Festival. This collection of short pieces by Joseph Kaz, Frances Pollock, William Kenlon, and Michael Oberhauser, celebrates the operatic tradition while also telling fresh, new stories that speak…