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Dec 8th 2013 11am to 2pm

Come join musicians from Classical Revolution DC and the community for this month’s Jammin’ at the Mansion on O St. Bring your instrument(s) and any chamber music you like and play with us while visitors to the Mansion have Breakfast/Brunch/Lunch and explore.

You will need to make a free reservation with the Museum on O Street here:

https://www.omansion.com/museum/sro/reservation.shtml?Event=Classical+Jam

Also, feel free to join me for breakfast from 10-11. Mentions that you are with Classical Revolution and receive 50% off the cost. *Note* If you are using the breakfast reservation form, there is no need to use the above Classical Jam form.

http://www.omansion.com/breakfast

Please contact classicalrevolutiondc@gmail.com with any questions or comments and We would love to hear from you if you plan to attend!

What: Classical Revolution DC Monthly
When: August 5th , 2012, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Where: Laporta’s Restaurant and Jazz Lounge
How to get there: 3 blocks from King Street Metro Tips: Call 703.683.6313 to reserve a table and get yourself a front row seat and mention Classical Revolution DC.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/268303176608664/

Come join us for chamber jam to some free chamber music and beer.

Piano Trio no. 1(mvmt I) by Franz Schubert
Five Melodies by Sergey Prokofiev
Piano trio no 1(2nd mvmt) by Joaquin Turina
El Decameron Negro mvt. 2 Lee Brouwer
Fugue BWV 1000 by J.S.Bach
Tango Bittersweet by Fred Hersch
Graceful Ghost Rag by William Bolcom
Libeslied by Fritz Kreisler

Chamber Jam
Piano trio no 1(2nd mvmt) by Franz Schubert
Double violin concerto bwv 1062 by J.S. Bach
Violin duets by W.A. Mozart

Performers:

Cathy Lu, piano
Wayne Shen, violin
Matt Lee Armbruster, cello
Parke Nicholson, violin
Natalie Spehar, cello
Francisco Sinatora, violin
Hon-Cheong Chan, piano
Chris Jenkins, guitar

Classical Revolution DC: Bringing classical music to YOU! That’s right, right there in the cafe as you sip a beer. I know! What a concept.

Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/events/362876210399330/
On the program:

Three Nocturnes – Friederich Burgemuller (Samantha Hegre, cello & Christopher Jenkins, guitar)

Three Little Pieces- Gordon Jacob
Millsongs: Four Metamorphosis after Schubert- Dan Welcher (Kat Walsh, bassoon & Jeff Kahan, Oboe)

Up Against the Wall (Street)- Ron Dicus (Kat Walsh, bassoon, Jeff Kahan, oboe & Ron Dicus, piano)

Voices & Echoes- Ernesto Tamayo (Christopher Jenkins, guitar)

A selection from Bach’s cello suites (Jacob Kohut, bassoon)

Salut d’Amour- Edward Elgar
The Swan- Camille Saint-Saens (Samantha Hegre, cello & Jeni Maneva, piano)

And more!

 

 

What: Classical Revolution DC Monthly
When: April 1st , 2012, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Where: Laporta’s Restaurant and Jazz Lounge
How to get there: 3 blocks from King Street Metro Tips: Call 703.683.6313 to reserve a table and get yourself a front row seat and mention Classical Revolution DC.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/195478050566043/

Come to hear some free chamber music at Nation’s Capital at non traditional venues.
Iridescence Trio (Alexandra Baldwin, Yvonne Kocur, Holly Vesilind) performing
Gabriel Faure – Pavane
Saverio Mecadante    - Three Serenades
Christopher Caliendo – Modon

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Adagio (K. 540) AND Johannes Brahms’s piano quartet op 60 in C Minor.
Performed by http://www.dcmusicaviva.org/
Raycurt Johnson, violin,
Jennifer Murray, viola,
Robert Stein, cello,
Carl Banner, piano

Members of Shell Shock(Brass Trio) -
Tyler Castrucci(tenor trombone), Steve Omelsky(tenor trombone),
Susan Goodwin (bass)
performing pieces including:

Beethoven    Suite from “The Mount of Olives”
Premru        Two Pieces for Three Trombones
Small        Conversation
Corelli        Trio Sonata, op. 3, No. 2
Hidas        Interludium

Symphony of the Potomac, Joel Lazar, music director.

When: Sunday, February 12, 2012, 3:00 p.m.
Where: Cultural Arts Center at Montgomery College/Silver Spring, 7995 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD, 20910.

Program:

Haydn: Symphony No. 101 “The Clock”, Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral”.

Ticket: $20 at the door, $15 online at symphonypotomac.org. Ages 18 and under $5.

For additional information, call 301-984-6390.

CRDC Monthly at Laporta’s Restaurant: [Valentine's Specials are Schumann, ShuMai, and More]
When: Feb 12, 2012 @ 6:30 – 9:30pm
Where: Laporta’s Restaurant and Jazz Lounge

1600 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
Free chamber music for Nation’s Capital.
Programs-
J.S. Bach                        Selections from Cello Suite
Robert Schumann        Romance op 94
Ludwig van Beethoven    Three Duos for Clarinet and Bassoon, WoO27
Elaine Fine                 Duo
Felix Mendelssohn        Songs with Words op 19 no.1
Giuseppe Verdi             La Traviata(Prelude to Act 1)
Giacomo Puccini        Nessun Dorma (from Turandot)
Giacomo Puccini        O Mio Babbino Caro (from Gianni Schicci)
Ludwig van Beethoven    String Quartet in E flat Op. 127(Maestoso – Allegro)
Maurice Ravel                Pavane for Dead Princess
Théodore Dubois             Duex Pieces En Forme Canonique

Performers:
Yvonne Kocur, Flute
Jacob Kohut, bassoon
Hon-Cheong Chan, piano
Samantha Hegre, cello
Jeff Kahan, oboeSt Charles String Quartet
Neil Puzon, Violinist
Patti Myer, Violinist
Erik Klevjer, Violist
Kirill Romanov, Cellist

 Feb 10, 2012, Friday @8pm-10pm: THE COLUMBIA PLAYERS + BOAT BURNING @ BloomBars DC
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/150360258412483/
On FRI 2/10, BloomBars in DC hosts an eclectic mix of experimental & classical music, with “BOAT BURNING: Music for Amplified Guitar, Cello and Tape”, followed by THE COLUMBIA PLAYERS performing movements from string quartets by Beethoven (Op. 132) and Debussy (Op. 10).

Music starts 8pm with Boat Burning.

This performance is a benefit for LIVE IT LEARN IT, a DC non-profit sponsoring trips for students of inner-city public schools. http://www.liveitlearnit.org/
BLOOMBARS – 3222 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20010
http://www.bloombars.com/

MAP, DIRECTIONS: http://g.co/maps/7vyb3
THE COLUMBIA PLAYERS, a DC-based classical string quartet playing everything from Beethoven to Jimi Hendrix, includes Mark Kapeluck (violin), Sara Boyce (violin), Jennifer Murray (viola) and David Rabin (cello).

BOAT BURNING – A mainstay of the Chapel Hill NC experimental/improv music scene since 2008, the Boat Burning collective is now based in DC. The current incarnation includes founder Andras Fekete (guitar, tape manipulation) and The Columbia Player’s David Rabin (cello).
http://www.boatburning.com/
http://www.facebook.com/boatburning

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Feb 3rd, 2012, 8-11PM **New Location** : Classical Revolution DC at Epicure Cafe

Address: 11213-A Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22030

https://www.facebook.com/events/316004285098432/

Come play with us!

2. Feb 10, 2012, Friday @8pm-10pm: THE COLUMBIA PLAYERS + BOAT BURNING @ BloomBars DC
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/150360258412483/
On FRI 2/10, BloomBars in DC hosts an eclectic mix of experimental & classical music, with “BOAT BURNING: Music for Amplified Guitar, Cello and Tape”, followed by THE COLUMBIA PLAYERS performing movements from string quartets by Beethoven (Op. 132) and Debussy (Op. 10).

Music starts 8pm with Boat Burning.

This performance is a benefit for LIVE IT LEARN IT, a DC non-profit sponsoring trips for students of inner-city public schools. http://www.liveitlearnit.org/
BLOOMBARS – 3222 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20010
http://www.bloombars.com/

MAP, DIRECTIONS: http://g.co/maps/7vyb3
THE COLUMBIA PLAYERS, a DC-based classical string quartet playing everything from Beethoven to Jimi Hendrix, includes Mark Kapeluck (violin), Sara Boyce (violin), Jennifer Murray (viola) and David Rabin (cello).

BOAT BURNING – A mainstay of the Chapel Hill NC experimental/improv music scene since 2008, the Boat Burning collective is now based in DC. The current incarnation includes founder Andras Fekete (guitar, tape manipulation) and The Columbia Player’s David Rabin (cello).
http://www.boatburning.com/
http://www.facebook.com/boatburning

3. CRDC Monthly at Laporta’s Restaurant: [Valentine's Specials are Schumann, ShuMai, and More]
When: Feb 12, 2012 @ 6:30 – 9:30pm
Where: Laporta’s Restaurant and Jazz Lounge

1600 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
Free chamber music for Nation’s Capital.
Music of Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Elaine Fine, Schubert, Dubois, Mendelssohn, Schumann and more.
Performers:
Performers:
Yvonne Kocur, Flute
Jacob Kohut, bassoon
Hon-Cheong Chan, piano
Samantha Hegre, cello
Jeff Kahan, oboeSt Charles String Quartet
Neil Puzon, Violinist
Patti Myer, Violinist
Erik Klevjer, Violist
Kirill Romanov, Cellist

Lev Sobol, the top bow maker in Russia is in the DC area for 2 days! If you would be interested in taking a look at some of his bows, please let Kirill now asap.

The prices and the quality of his bows are incredible and they are at least 50% below the market value!!! He has Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass bows in stock.
He is located in Rockville, MD and you can stop by anytime between now and Wednesday afternoon to check them out!
Feel free to call/txt/facebook Kirill, and please spread the word about this event!

Kirill’s contact info:
Thanks for your time!

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