Classical Revolution aims to represent the rich diversity of people and sounds in the Washington, DC area, through performances from ancient ballads to Mozart to contemporary composers. Your input and talents are highly valued.

Most of our participants are trained, non-professional or professional musicians.  If you or your group are interested in appearing in our future performances or a composer seeking to share your work, please contact us at classicalrevolutiondc@gmail.com.

If you know of any location in the DC Metro area that would like to host a CR chamber jam (e.g. cafes, restaurants, bookstores, or public venues), please email us at classicalrevolutiondc@gmail.com.

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  1. suzanne bell Says:

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  2. Debbie Says:

    Greetings Classical Revolution DC !

    My name is Debbie Schreiber and I am the Chair of the Dupont Circle 2010 House Tour.

    We are interested in having music at some of our Tour sites this year. There are baby grands at three or four of our locations. We also have room for solo, duo or trio players.

    The date of the Tour is October 17, Noon – 5 PM.
    Musicians may play one shift (12:00 – 2:30 or 2:30 – 5:00) or both, whichever is desired.

    All volunteers receive a free ticket to the House Tour.

    Would you and your group of musicians be interested in supporting the House Tour this year?

    Warm regards,

    Debbie Schreiber
    DCCA Board Member
    Chair, Dupont Circle 2010 House Tour
    c: 202-321-8449


  3. The 43rd Annual Dupont Circle House Tour includes something special this year – musical performers at many of the sites. With a variety volunteers participating (including solo pianist, soft jazz trio, and classical string quartet), tour-goers will experience a wonderfully cultured ambiance, as well as, lovely and intriguing homes.
     
    Please help us by volunteering your musical talent to the Dupont Circle 2010 House Tour!
     
    Volunteers work 2½ hour shifts: 12:00 – 2:30 or 2:30 – 5:00.
     
    All volunteers receive a free ticket which includes admission to all tour sites, the Tea, and the “after-party” at the Black Fox Lounge.
     
    Please contact a member of the House Tour Committee (Deborah Schreiber or Rosemary Carr) if you would like to be a volunteer (SchreiberDeborah@aol.com or 202-321-8449).
     
    Thank you !

  4. Kimberly Says:

    Ensemble Gaudior personally invites you to Heart Strings: A Benefit Reuniting Mother & Child.

    Join us for a dynamic evening of music and community. Donations will go toward delivering four children out of harms way and reuniting them with their courageous mother.

    Baroque Chamber Music by Bach, Handel, and Vivaldi Presented by Ensemble Gaudior

    Reception following performance in Lower Northex

    When: Sunday, October 16 at 7:30 pm
    Where: The Historic Falls Church, 115 East Fairfax Street, Falls Church VA

    Freewill donations accepted and appreciated.

    Let’s give the gift of a mother’s warm and loving arms this upcoming holiday season.

    Unable to attend but would still like to donate? Send donations and well wishes to:

    Lucy’s Concert
    c/o Benedict
    5384 Ashleigh Rd
    Fairfax. VA 22030
    Checks should be written to “The Falls Church” leaving the memo line blank. Checks should be sent to the following address where they will be consolidated and acknowledged before deposit.

    Hop Home & Harvest Tour
    Heart Strings: A Benefit Reuniting Mother & Child Saturday, 10.16, 7:30 pm, The Historic Falls Church 115 E. Fairfax Street, Falls Church, VA The “Heart Strings” concert is an opportunity to make a difference in the life of one woman and her children; a benefit to help reunite this African family separated by war and an ocean. Please be generous with your tax-deductible donations.
    

Masters of the Baroque Thursday, 10.28, 8 pm, Goucher College Merrick Hall, 1021 Dulaney Valley Road, Baltimore, MD The “Masters of the Baroque” concert is sponsored by Goucher College for our friends living north of the Beltway. Come meet the artists at a post-concert reception!
    

Fall of the Iron Curtains of the Heart Sunday, 10.31, 2 pm, National Presbyterian Church 4101 Nebraska Avenue, NW, Washington DC Join us for “Grace and Harmony from the Baroque” as we celebrate the coura- geous and inspiring work of New Hope International in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, work that began behind the Iron Curtain and continues today. Please be generous with your tax-deductible contributions. 

For reservations and information, please call 703.395.2899 or visit http://www.ensemblegaudior.com

  5. Kimberly Says:

    CORRECTION: THE HEARTSTRINGS CONCERT IS SATURDAY THE 16TH, NOT SUNDAY THE 16TH-THANK YOU

    Ensemble Gaudior personally invites you to Heart Strings: A Benefit Reuniting Mother & Child.

    Join us for a dynamic evening of music and community. Donations will go toward delivering four children out of harms way and reuniting them with their courageous mother.

    Baroque Chamber Music by Bach, Handel, and Vivaldi Presented by Ensemble Gaudior

    Reception following performance in Lower Northex

    When: October 16 at 7:30 pm
    Where: The Historic Falls Church, 115 East Fairfax Street, Falls Church VA

    Freewill donations accepted and appreciated.

    Let’s give the gift of a mother’s warm and loving arms this upcoming holiday season.

    Unable to attend but would still like to donate? Send donations and well wishes to:

    Lucy’s Concert
    c/o Benedict
    5384 Ashleigh Rd
    Fairfax. VA 22030
    Checks should be written to “The Falls Church” leaving the memo line blank. Checks should be sent to the following address where they will be consolidated and acknowledged before deposit.

  6. Daniel Lowy Says:

    My wife, Agnes and I truly appreciated the high quality performance of the Classical Revolution DC at La Portas on May 1, 2011.
    Unfortunately, some guests, who did not seem to be interested by the music at all, were noisy and spoke very loudly. So that we could hear more about one of the guest’s eye surgery than from Gabriel Fauré’s beuatiful chamber music.
    As a suggestion: guests should be asked ahead, whether they care about the live classical music performance at at all, and if not, they should be offered alternative seating on the other end of the restaurant. They should be warned that by opting for the site of the music, they are expected to keep quiet.


  7. Dan,
    Thank you very much for coming and I sincerely apologize for the experience.
    I have cc’ed Ralph the co owner of restaurant to see how to improve our customers’ experience in our future shows. You are the reasons for CR’s existence worldwide.

    Hon-Cheong Chan

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