May 2011

What: Classical Revolution DC – “A Little Mid Summer Night’s Music”
When: June 5th, 2011, 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.

Summer is officially here. Bring your friends and family to our monthly free chamber music at Laporta’s. We will NOT have event in July in lieu of Independence Day. So come and enjoy free chamber music presented by Classical Revolution DC on June 5th!
Performers include members from Symphony of the Potomac, Columbia players, St Charles String Quartet and more.

Chamber Jam after 9pm. All musicians are welcomed to join viva la Revolution!

$5-20 tips suggested.

Program to include –
Mauro Giuliani
1. Grand Potpourri, Op. 53;
2. Grande Serenade, Op. 82

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
1. String Quartet K. 387, movements 1 and 4
2. Eine Kleine Nachtmusic, movement I

Franz Joseph Haydn
Quartet in B flat “Sunrise” Op. 76 No. 4
I. Allegro con spirito
II. Adagio
III. Menuetto. Allegro
IV. Allegro ma non troppo

Felix Mendelssohn
String Quartet in E flat Op.12
II. Canzonetta

Pete Illich Tchaikovsky
String Quartet in D Op.11
II Andante Cantabile

Nocturne from Borodin Quartet No.2 in D.

Leopold Walzel
Duo for Viola and Cello, op. 31

Bela Bartok
Hungarian Folk Melodies

and More!!

Jeremy Bass, guitar
Yvonne Kocur, flute
David Rabin, cello
Jennifer Murray, viola
Monika Lindmayer, violin
Stephen Schutz, violin
David Rabin, cello
Tayla Schenk, viola
Julie Fitzpatrick, cello

St Charles String Quartet:
Tara Planeta, violin
Neil Puzon, violin
Erik Klevjer, viola
Kirill Romanov, cello

More info:

Link on DCExaminer:

Enjoy a bite/drink at one of several restaurants/bars in this up and coming Columbia Heights corridor. Then come hear some beautiful music at Bloombars, the up and coming community arts space.

What: Classical Revolution DC presents members of Columbia Players and Marva String Quartet performing the music of Mozart, Duke Ellington, Faure, Mendelssohn, Gershwin, Dohnanyi, Bach, and Cossmann.

Where: Boombars( 3222 11th Street, NW, Washington D.C., DC | (202) 567-7713
When: May 15 2011 @8:30pm – 9:30pm EST
Suggested Donations: $10

Rebecca Laneri    cello
David Rabin    cello
Jennifer Murray    viola
Mark Kapeluck    violin
Stephen Schutz    violin
Monika Lindmayer    violin
Talya Schenk    viola
Sara Boyce    violin
Jonathan Stark    cello

Located in Columbia Heights at 3222 11th St, NW, BloomBars is not
something you can easily describe. Some have called it an artist and
non-profit incubator, performance space, art gallery, theater, dance
studio, screening room, youth academy, and center for health,
wellness, and community engagement-They are all correct.

Both innovative and old-school wisdom, BloomBars is turning a concept
to unite communities through the arts into a model for energizing and
inspiring communities to strive for personal and collective progress.
Established in 2008 in Washington, DC’s burgeoning Columbia Heights
neighborhood, BloomBars is driven by a volunteer team of artists,
educators, and community and business leaders. Redefining the
perception of a bar, BloomBars does not serve or allow alcohol on its
premises fostering a safe and family-friendly environment.

For more info on Bloombars, go to

Rabin String Quartet


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