What does DC and cities on three continents such as NYC, Chicago, SF, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Banff, Melbourne, Belgrade, Berlin have in common?

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Classical Revolution has come to DC! – Free chamber music around town, created, and performed by creative individuals ranging from conservatories students, graduates to professionally trained classical musicians with non-musical day jobs. All instruments, all voices, all will be heard.

We say to the people at the nation’s capital – Prepared to be Wowed, similar to the experience of 100+ people in SF who have attended the 3rd year anniversary at Revolution Cafe where Classical Revolution started.

Here’s a clip of the (Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire) performance at Nov. 15 2009 in San Francisco, Revolution Cafe.

Program for Classical Revolution’s 3 Year Anniversary Celebration
Sunday November 15 2009 7pm-midnight
Revolution Cafe 3248 22nd Street, San Francisco
Featured guests: Vinca String Quartet

Selections for solo guitar played by Mark Abdilla (amplified), joined by Meghen Engel (violin) and Mehmet Aydin (viola) for gypsy-ish improv jam
Mozart String Quartet in d minor (complete): Corey Mike and Baker Peeples (violins), Charith Premawardhana (viola), Erin Wang (cello)
Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire (parts 1 and 2): Kevin Rogers (violin), Annie Suda (cello), Annie Philips (clarinet), Justin Lee (flute), Amy Foote (soprano)
Mozart Clarinet Quintet (mvmts 1-3): Jessica Tong and Aaron Requiro (violins), JT Posadas (viola), Annie Suda (cello), Annie Philips (clarinet)
Brahms Piano Quintet (mvmts 1 and 3): Jory Fankuchen and Meghan Sherlock (violins), Jenn Chang (viola), Jamie Schlessigner (cello)
Mozart Viola Quintet in c minor (complete): Jessica Tong and Aaron Requiro (violins), Charith Premawardhana and JT Posadas (violas), An-Lin Bardin (cello)
Mozart Viola Quintet in g minor (mvmt 1): Jessica Tong and Aaron Requiro (violins), Jory Fankuchen and JT Posadas (violas), An-Lin Bardin (cello)