|The greater Washington, DC area offers a wide range of venues, all prominent for different reasons. We plan on drawing upon the resources of our DC clients for concerts, clinics and immense collaborations.|
Music Center at Strathmore|
Strathmore is a cultural and artistic venue and institution in North Bethesda, Maryland. Artistic offerings presented by Strathmore in the Music Center include world-class performances by major international artists of folk, rock, blues, pop, R&B, jazz, world music, show tunes and classical music. The venue presents over 150 performances a year and over 75 arts and music education classes each week. "Musical acts who perform at the Music Center often go out of their way to comment on the extraordinary acoustics".
"We had a fantastic tour of the USA and Canada and to much acclaim. It was a great success! The venues that you had arranged for us to have concerts in i.e. George Washington Memorial Hall and Strathmore were of the highest quality, especially the latter and it was a pleasure performing there!"
Dalene Hoogenhout, Conductor-Wits Choir from University of the Witwatersrand
Washington National Cathedral|
Since the celebrated moment in 1907 when workmen laid the foundation stone of Washington National Cathedral, the majestic structure has played a vital role in our nation's history. The Cathedral has long served as a grand spiritual center where Americans unite to worship and pray, mourn the passing of world leaders, and confront the pressing moral and social issues of the day. Performances of the historic evensong and prelude traditions are highly sought after in this acoustically spectacular venue.
New York Avenue Presbyterian Church|
The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church (NYAPC) embodies a rich history built on the very foundations of the Reformed tradition in this country. The powerful story of these two early congregations and the merged church that welcomed President Abraham Lincoln and his family as pew holders on the first Sunday following his inauguration in March 1861-just six months after the dedication of the newly constructed church-is a story fully intertwined with the history of our denomination, the capital city, and this country. The church has a very active parish choir and offers an wonderfully acoustic performance space.
George Washington Masonic Memorial|
This magnificent structure is privately funded through the grateful contributions of Freemasons and others, and remains open to the public, seven days a week. The George Washington Masonic Memorial is more than a colossal memorial and museum. It is a tourist attraction and destination; research center and library; community center; performing arts center and concert hall. A scene from the 2007 mystery-adventure film National Treasure: Book of Secrets was filmed in the Memorial Theater. The stage in the theater was a stand-in for a lecture hall. An additional scene was filmed in the Memorial Hall. The memorial also figured briefly in author Dan Brown's 2009 best-selling novel, The Lost Symbol.
Center for the Arts, George Mason University|
Since October 1990, when the doors to the Concert Hall opened, the arts in Northern Virginia have not been the same. The Center for the Arts plays a key role in the cultural vitality of the Washington Metropolitan region, attracting more than 100,000 patrons each year to performances by local artists and ensembles; community events; student and faculty productions; the award-winning offerings of Theater of the First Amendment; and own multi-disciplinary series - Great Performances at Mason.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Alexandria|
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, in the Old Town area of Alexandria, Virginia, is a historic Episcopal church in the Anglican Communion. The church sanctuary, consecrated in 1818, was designed by Benjamin Latrobe, the second architect of the United States Capitol. It is one of the few buildings designed by Latrobe in a Gothic style and one of the earliest examples of Gothic Revival architecture in the United States. The church was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. During the year 2009, St. Paul's Episcopal Church celebrated the bicentennial of its founding.
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