Washington Conservatory of Music presents
Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 5:00 PM
United Church of Christ
One Westmoreland Circle, Bethesda, MD 20816
Donations at the door to benefit scholarship fund. | directions
Faculty Members of the Washington Conservatory will present a potpourri of musical instruments, periods and styles for soloists and ensembles, in this annual benefit concert to raise funds for the Conservatory's student scholarship fund. Conservatory faculty members represent a musical community of esteemed competition winners, solo concert artists, orchestral soloists, and chamber musicians who have performed in major venues in the Washington DC area and around the world.
Donations at the door will support scholarships for deserving young students.
Perfomers include Drew Owen, cello; Cheryl Hill, clarinet; Dionne Laufman, Jaewon Lee, Haskell Small, Michael Adcock, Maribeth Gowen, piano; Steffani Kitayama, Kevin Jang, violin; Chris Barrick, vibes; Marty Nau, saxophone; "Lilt", Tina Eck, Irish flute and Keith Carr, bouzouki.
The concert is approximately 90 minutes (plus a 15 minute intermission) and suitable for all ages. Music featured includes compositions by Arvo Pärt, Beethoven, John Musto, Brahms, Amy Beach, Chopin, and Poulenc as well as jazz and Irish music improvisations.
The Washington Conservatory is a nationally accredited nonprofit community music school serving students of all ages and levels without audition since 1984, and offering free professional concerts for the community. Families with children are encouraged to attend concerts and may sit in the balcony for easy viewing and exit.
Parking is available on-street on Massachusetts and Western Avenues and in the parking lot of Westmoreland Congregational UCC church, located at One Westmoreland Circle at the boundary of DC and Bethesda.
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