Music at Saint George's
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Concerts

 
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Concert at Saint George's

Saint George's is known for its fine acoustics and as a perfect place for the performing and hearing of music, especially Early Music.  These concerts feature top professionals in the music field, engaging programming, and much virtuosity.  We welcome you to join us for these musical feasts in a beautiful space.

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2018-2019 Concerts

Full Schedule of concerts forthcoming - Check back soon!

 

 

Friday, October 12, 2018

8:00 pm

Dialogue of the Graces: KleineKammermusik

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An evening of Couperin, Dornel, and Hotteterre by members of Kleine Kammermusik, the unique baroque ensemble featuring paired woodwinds and continuo. With Geoffrey Burgess and Meg Owens, oboes and recorders; Rebecca Humphrey, viola da gamba and cello; and Leon Schelhase, harpsichord.
 


Friday, February 8, 2019 8:00 pm

La Joie de la Danse

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Renowned baroque dancer Caroline Copeland performs 17th and 18th century French dances in costume.  With instrumentalists Alison Melville, recorder and traverso; Mary Findley, violin; Douglas Poplin, cello and viola da gamba; and Patrick Merrill, harpsichord. 

 

WORKSHOPS

On the day following the October and February concerts

The performers share their love and knowledge of the repertoire in workshops for baroque ensembles (October 13) and for dancers and instrumentalists (February 9) – A unique opportunity to learn from leading performers in the field.

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Friday, october 19, 2018

6:30pm

RUSH HOUR CONCERT: Ninth Street Quartet

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The Quartet-in-Residence of Crescendo, the youth chamber music program of Arlington Philharmonic, opens their season with this special concert featuring  feature the quartet masterpiece, Schubert’s Death and the Maiden, along with music by Haydn and Max Richter.  A reception follows.

December 14th -8pm

The Vivaldi Project

 


Our Partner

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Capitol Early Music (CEM) is a project of avid amateur recorder players in the Washington DC area who seek to contribute to the vibrant early music life in our community . We believe that we enha_nce our appreciation of early music and improve our own performance by listening to, and studying with, top flight performers.  On the assumption that others share this perspective, we are working to organize concerts and workshops to delight and educate musicians and music lovers.