Times and Places
May
7
5:00 pm17:00

Times and Places

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Our final main season concert of the year features pieces which reflect on time and place. The marvelous soprano, Jennifer Casey Cabot, returns to our stage for Richard Strauss’s Four Last Songs. As the name suggests, these songs were among the last the composer wrote. Each one is named for a specific time period and they are infused with the presence of death, but emanate a sense of calm and acceptance, a life complete. Things take a cheery turn in Libby Larsen’s Deep Summer, which reflects the phenomenal blaze of color that enlivens the plains landscape. This celebration of nature’s abundance is a joyful depiction of peace and awe by one of America’s finest living composers. Capital City Symphony's Assistant Conductor, Tiffany Lu, will direct a performance of Richard Wagner's Siegfried Idyll, the lush symphonic poem for chamber orchestra which Wagner composed as a birthday present for his wife, Cosima.  Our program concludes with Respighi’s evocative Pines of Rome, a tone poem that takes us on a tour of the Eternal City. Conducted by Victoria Gau.

Guest soloist, Jennifer Casey Cabot

Guest soloist, Jennifer Casey Cabot

On the Program:
Richard Wagner, Siegfried Idyll
Richard Strauss, Four Last Songs
Libby Larsen, Deep Summer Music
Ottorino Respighi, Pines of Rome


Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance. 

Adult tickets $25, student tickets $15, FREE tickets for kids age 16 or under.
Planning to attend more than one concert? Check out our subscription packages.

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Great Masters, Young Stars is a Capital City Symphony main season event.

Mar
25
4:00 pm16:00

Chamber Music Jam

Our annual Chamber Music Jam is a fun, informal event for classical musicians and friends. Whether you're a professional or an accomplished amateur musician you are welcome. Bring your instrument and we will provide sheet music to sight read and we will team you up with friendly people to jam with. Non-musicians, including friends and family of players, are welcome to join us as observers. Supper is included. 

Tickets are $40 for participants, and $25 for observers.  

This event will take place at the Bethesda Presbyterian Church, 7611 Clarendon Road, Bethesda, MD 20814.  

Great Masters, Young Stars
Mar
12
5:00 pm17:00

Great Masters, Young Stars

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

We continue our tradition of presenting outstanding young classical solo artists in this year’s edition of Great Masters, Young Stars. We are delighted that Lynne Bai, 2016 winner of the Ylda Novik Memorial Concerto Competition for Pianists, will join us to perform Edvard Grieg’s one and only piano concerto. This beautifully orchestrated piece is full of dramatic contrasts. Our program also features two water-inspired works: Smetana’s symphonic poem The Moldau and Britten’s Four Sea Interludes from the opera Peter Grimes. Conducted by Victoria Gau.

Guest soloist, Lynne Bai

Guest soloist, Lynne Bai

On the program:
Edvard Grieg, Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 16
Bedřich Smetana, The Moldau
Benjamin Britten, Four Sea Interludes, Op. 33a


Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance. 

Adult tickets $25, student tickets $15, FREE tickets for kids age 16 or under to our main season concerts. Planning to attend more than one main season concert? Check out our subscription packages.

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Great Masters, Young Stars is a Capital City Symphony main season event.

Feb
25
9:00 pm21:00

Jazz Up the Symphony

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Jazz up the Symphony is a collaboration between Capital City Symphony and Washington Women in Jazz, led by Tiffany Lu and Amy Bormet. This concert approaches the connections between two iconic art forms, classical music and jazz, from a number of intriguing angles. The event features CCS and jazz combo, Amy K Bormet's Ephemera. The varied program will present iconic classical works and related improvisations in a theme and variations style, newly composed jazz works for large and small ensemble, choose your own adventure style performances, and much more. Repertoire includes music by Beethoven, Prokofiev, Amy Bormet and more.

Jazz Up the Symphony is part of the INTERSECTIONS festival at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Visit www.atlasarts.org or information on ticket policies and pricing as well as other festival programming. 

11th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing-Along
Dec
11
7:00 pm19:00

11th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing-Along

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Join us for this H Street tradition! Enjoy holiday favorites at the Atlas performed by the Capital City Symphony and sung by the Congressional Chorus and American Youth Chorus. Join in the singing during an audience sing-along.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday, November 14, 2016 at 10 AM. Purchase Tickets online, or in person at the Atlas box office. Last year, tickets sold out within minutes!

The 11th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing-Along is a collaboration between CCS, Congressional Chorus, and the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Visit the Atlas website for ticket policies and additional information.

11th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing-Along
Dec
11
4:30 pm16:30

11th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing-Along

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Join us for this H Street Tradition! Enjoy holiday favorites at the Atlas performed by the Capital City Symphony and sung by the Congressional Chorus and American Youth Chorus. Join in the singing during an audience sing-along.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday, November 14, 2016 at 10 AM. Purchase Tickets online, or in person at the Atlas box office. Last year, tickets sold out within minutes!

The 11th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing-Along is a collaboration between CCS, Congressional Chorus, and the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Visit the Atlas website for ticket policies and additional information.

 

Holiday Cheers: A Night of Live Music, Champagne & Interactive Fun for Grown-Ups
Dec
10
8:00 pm20:00

Holiday Cheers: A Night of Live Music, Champagne & Interactive Fun for Grown-Ups

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Make HOLIDAY CHEERS a new part of your holiday celebrations! Enjoy a cabaret-style night of live music, champagne and holiday festivities just for grown-ups. Featuring a lively performance by Capital City Symphony, and Congressional Chorus.

Single tickets $40. 
2 tickets $75.
4 tickets $140. 

Holiday Cheers is a collaboration between CCS, Congressional Chorus, and the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Visit the Atlas website for more information and tickets. 

A Night in Paris
Nov
20
5:00 pm17:00

A Night in Paris

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Join us for an intimate chamber orchestra performance celebrating the beauty of French music. Our program features Fauré’s delightfully delicate Pavane, as well as Ravel’s stunning orchestral arrangements of Debussy’s Sarabande and Danse. We are delighted that mezzo-soprano Magdalena Wòr will join us for Berlioz’s Les Nuits d’Été. Her voice and musicianship have exactly the kind of dusky warmth needed for a song cycle that follows the course of love: from youthful innocence, to loss and finally renewal. The concert will take a turn towards the surreal with Milhaud’s Le boeuf sur le toit, which portrays a motley crew of characters who frequent a Brazilian bar. Conducted by Victoria Gau

Guest Soloist, Magdalena Wòr

Guest Soloist, Magdalena Wòr

On the program:
Gabriel Fauré, Pavane, Op. 50
Hector Berlioz, Les Nuits d’Été, Op. 7
Claude Debussy, Sarabande, arr. Maurice Ravel
Jean Francaix, Sept Danses
Darius Milhaud, Le boeuf sur le toit, Op. 58


Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance. 

Adult tickets $25, student tickets $15, Free tickets for kids age 16 or under. 
Planning to attend more than one main season concert? Check out our subscription packages.

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A Night in Paris is a Capital City Symphony main season event.

Family Concert: Ghoulishly Good Music (2)
Oct
16
5:00 pm17:00

Family Concert: Ghoulishly Good Music (2)

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Our Family Concerts are always fun, interactive and educational. This year’s program is inspired by the spookiness and fantasy of Halloween, so come in costume to join in the fun! Face the ghosts and ghouls of Saint-Saëns’ Danse Macabre and Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain, or enter the fairy tale world of Stravinsky’s The Firebird. Along the way you’ll learn how the instruments of the orchestra combine to bring these amazing stories to life. Conducted by Victoria Gau.

Join us 30 minutes before show time to meet the musicians at our Instrument Petting Zoo. You just might discover your new favorite instrument.

On the program, selections from:
Camille Saint-Saëns, Danse Macabre, Op. 40
Modest Mussorgsky, Night on Bald Mountain
Igor Stravinsky, The Firebird

Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance. 

Adult tickets $25, student tickets $15, FREE tickets for kids age 16 or under.
Planning to attend more than one concert? Check out our subscription packages.

Join our mailing list to keep up with our latest news. You can also follow us on facebook or twitter.

Family Concert: Ghoulishly Good Music is a Capital City Symphony main season event.

Family Concert: Ghoulishly Good Music
Oct
16
3:00 pm15:00

Family Concert: Ghoulishly Good Music

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Our Family Concerts are always fun, interactive and educational. This year’s program is inspired by the spookiness and fantasy of Halloween, so come in costume to join in the fun! Face the ghosts and ghouls of Saint-Saëns’ Danse Macabre and Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain, or enter the fairy tale world of Stravinsky’s The Firebird. Along the way you’ll learn how the instruments of the orchestra combine to bring these amazing stories to life. Conducted by Victoria Gau.

Join us 30 minutes before show time to meet the musicians at our Instrument Petting Zoo. You just might discover your new favorite instrument.

On the program, selections from:
Camille Saint-Saëns, Danse Macabre, Op. 40
Modest Mussorgsky, Night on Bald Mountain
Igor Stravinsky, The Firebird

Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance. 

Adult tickets $25, student tickets $15, FREE tickets for kids age 16 or under.
Planning to attend more than one concert? Check out our subscription packages.

Join our mailing list to keep up with our latest news. You can also follow us on facebook or twitter.

Family Concert: Ghoulishly Good Music is a Capital City Symphony main season event.

Great Masters, Young Stars
May
8
5:00 pm17:00

Great Masters, Young Stars

  • Atlas Performing Arts
Guest soloist Lara Boschkor

Guest soloist Lara Boschkor

This program brings together two perennial favorites, Johannes Brahms and Ludwig van Beethoven. Our performance of Brahms’ Violin Concerto in D Major will feature the violin winner of the Johansen International Competition, Lara Boschkor from Germany, as our special guest soloist. We are looking forward to collaborating with this promising young player! We will also play Beethoven’s elegant and programmatic Symphony No. 6 in F Major, “Pastoral”. The work presents the composer’s interpretation of the joy of being in the countryside, the beauty and power of nature, and the fun and creativity of the country folk. 

This event is supported in part by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Washington.


Our soloist, Lara, tells us "Playing the great Brahms Concerto with this wonderful orchestra will be a memorable experience. I am very grateful to everyone who made this possible and I feel very excited about meeting and playing with these wonderful musicians."


Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance. Adult tickets $25, student tickets $15, FREE tickets for kids age 16 or under.

Join our mailing list to keep up with our latest news. You can also follow us on facebook or twitter.

Great Masters, Young Stars is a Capital City Symphony Main Season event.


About Lara Boschkor

Violinist Lara Boschkor, then 15, won first prize violin and $10,000 at the 2015 Johansen International Competition for Young String Players. She came to wide attention at the age of 13 in 2013 when she won first prize at the 7th Henryk Szeryng InternationalViolin Competition in Mexico, as well as first prize at the 12th Carl Flesch InternationalViolin Competition in Hungary.

Ms. Boschkor was born in Germany in October 1999, and is of German-Hungarian parentage. She began her violin studies at the age of four, and won first prize at several European competitions at an early age. In 2012, she won first prize at the Jeunesses International Violin Competition in Bucharest, Romania.That same year, she became the youngest prize winner at the 19th International Brahms Violin Competition in Austria. In 2013, she was invited to perform the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in Japan with the Osaka Symphony Orchestra and conductor Yuki Miyagi.

Ms. Boschkor started her studies at an early age at the Precollege Division of the Hochschule für Musik Cologne and Detmold, and then went on to study with Liviu Prunaru at the Con- servatorium van Amsterdam. Other important musical mentors include Erik Schumann at Hochschule für Musik Frankfurt and Kolja Blacher at Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin. She has received support from the Bruno Frey Foundation and the Foundation Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. She plays on a 1740 Carlo Antonio Testore violin generously loaned by the Foundation Stiftung Musikleben.

CANCELLED: Chamber Music Jam
Apr
16
4:00 pm16:00

CANCELLED: Chamber Music Jam

  • Bethesda Presbyterian Church

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. We are sorry for any disappointment or inconvenience caused. 

Our annual Chamber Music Jam is a fun, informal event for classical musicians and friends. Whether you're a professional or an accomplished amateur musician you are welcome. Bring your instrument and we will provide sheet music to sight read and we will team you up with friendly people to jam with. Non-musicians, including friends and family of players, are welcome to join us as observers. Supper is included. 

 

Haunted Topography, Heavenly Life
Mar
13
5:00 pm17:00

Haunted Topography, Heavenly Life

  • Atlas Performing Arts
Guest soloist, Jennifer Casey Cabot.

Guest soloist, Jennifer Casey Cabot.

The two works on the program are united through their touching meditations on life and death, heaven and healing. We open with David T. Little, an accomplished contemporary composer called by The New Yorker ‘one of the most imaginative young composers’ on the scene. His piece haunted topography (2011/13) is inspired by the story of a mother who was still haunted by the loss of her son in Vietnam decades after his death. She longed to see a map of the place where her boy had died, and when she was shown one by Moe Armstrong of Vet2Vet she was finally able to begin to heal. Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 was completed in 1900 and includes the touching song ‘Das himmlische Leben” (Heavenly Life), which reflects a child’s view of heaven. We look forward to collaborating with our guest soloist, soprano, Jennifer Casey Cabot, on this performance. 

Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance. Adult tickets $25, student tickets $15, FREE tickets for kids age 16 or under.

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Haunted Topography, Heavenly Life is a Capital City Symphony Main Season Event.

INTERSECTIONS Family Fun Day
Mar
5
9:00 am09:00

INTERSECTIONS Family Fun Day

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

A group of CCS musicians will offer an instrument petting zoo at Atlas's INTERSECTIONS Family Fun Day on March 5th. If you know some kids who would like to learn more about orchestral instruments, make sure to stop by. The Family Fun Day runs from 9am to noon, our instrument petting zoo is from 10am to noon. 

Other participants include DJ Dustin and Black Russian Games. Find out more here: http://www.atlasarts.org/family-days-at-intersections-festival-2016/ 

INTERSECTIONS: Go-Go Symphony
Mar
4
8:00 pm20:00

INTERSECTIONS: Go-Go Symphony

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Our contribution to this year's INTERSECTIONS festival at Atlas is a reprise of our popular collaboration with Go-Go Symphony. We are delighted to welcome John Devlin back to the C.C.S. podium for this event. Join us to enjoy the funky energy of Go-Go music with the power and precision of a symphony orchestra! 


Want to know more about Go-Go? 

Go-Go music is Washington DC's own sub genre of funk, characterized mainly by relentless percussion and audience participation. The "pocket beat" is the classic swinging go-go beat popularized in the 1970's by Chuck Brown, the "Godfather of Go-Go." 

Check out this video of our 2014 collaboration

Find out about our Go-Go Symphony collaborators here

Atlas INTERSECTIONS 2016 tickets are available herePlease note that this is a Special Event, all tickets cost $25.  

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10th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing Along (2)
Dec
13
7:00 pm19:00

10th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing Along (2)

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Come enjoy holiday favorites at the Atlas performed by the Capitol City Symphony and sung by the Congressional Chorus and American Youth Chorus. Join in the singing during an audience sing-along. The celebration continues in the Kogod Lobby with complimentary cookies and good cheer following the performance.

The 10th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing­ Along is a Capital City Symphony special event. It is produced in collaboration with Congressional Chorus, American Youth Chorus, and Atlas Performing Arts Center

10th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing­ Along
Dec
13
4:00 pm16:00

10th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing­ Along

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Come enjoy holiday favorites at the Atlas performed by the Capitol City Symphony and sung by the Congressional Chorus and American Youth Chorus. Join in the singing during an audience sing-along. The celebration continues in the Kogod Lobby with complimentary cookies and good cheer following the performance.

The 10th Annual Holiday Concert and Sing­ Along is a Capital City Symphony special event. It is produced in collaboration with Congressional Chorus, American Youth Chorus, and Atlas Performing Arts Center.

 

Family Concert: Let's Make Music! (2)
Nov
22
4:30 pm16:30

Family Concert: Let's Make Music! (2)

  • Atlas Performing Arts

Each year our family concert is a hit with kids of all ages. And remember, kids’ tickets are free! This year we continue our tradition of fun, educational and participatory programming. Bruce Adolphe’s Three Pieces for Kids and Chamber Orchestra is an interactive journey through the orchestra that is sure to be fun for all the family. Benjamin Britten’s Soirées Musicales (1933) reference themes by Rossini and are full of energy and fun. It’s no wonder they are popular additions to children’s concerts around the world. Johannes Brahms’ Hungarian Dances Nos. 5, 6, & 7 are short and sweet works with lots of personality. We will also have an Instrument Petting Zoo for 30 minutes before each performance. Come along and discover your new favorite instrument.

Instrument petting zoo starts at 4pm. Concert at 4.30.

Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance. Adult tickets $25, student tickets $15, FREE tickets for kids age 16 or under.

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Let's Make Music is a Capital City Symphony Main Season Event.

Family Concert: Let's Make Music!
Nov
22
2:30 pm14:30

Family Concert: Let's Make Music!

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Each year our family concert is a hit with kids of all ages. And remember, kids’ tickets are free! This year we continue our tradition of fun, educational and participatory programming. Bruce Adolphe’s Three Pieces for Kids and Chamber Orchestra is an interactive journey through the orchestra that is sure to be fun for all the family. Benjamin Britten’s Soirées Musicales (1933) reference themes by Rossini and are full of energy and fun. It’s no wonder they are popular additions to children’s concerts around the world. Johannes Brahms’ Hungarian Dances Nos. 5, 6, & 7 are short and sweet works with lots of personality. We will also have an Instrument Petting Zoo for 30 minutes before each performance. Come along and discover your new favorite instrument.

Instrument petting zoo starts at 2pm. Concert at 2.30.

Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance. Adult tickets $25, student tickets $15, FREE tickets for kids age 16 or under.

Join our mailing list to keep up with our latest news. You can also follow us on facebook or twitter.

Let's Make Music! is a Capital City Symphony Main Season Event.

 

 

An American Tale
Oct
18
5:00 pm17:00

An American Tale

  • Atlas Performing Arts Center

Join us in celebration of three American composers: you’ll find new treasures and old favorites united by their connection to dance. We’re excited to perform the world premier of Charlie Barnett’s Mid-Century Mambo; it’s all about rhythm and joy. It’s hard to believe that Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring was premiered way back in 1944. This iconic piece of Americana still feels fresh and new. Leonard Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story complete the program. This piece is a whirlwind tour through the memorable music of one of the greatest musicals of all time. It includes everything from the wild dance numbers to the touching romantic theme. 

Great news! We are offering build your own subscription packages:

  • Buy one ticket to any two concerts and save $5
  • Buy one ticket to any three concerts and save $10.
  • Buy one ticket to all four concerts and save $20.

Visit the Atlas Performing Arts Center box office to buy your tickets today. You may call the box office at 202-399-7993. The box office is open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The box office is also open one hour before each performance.

Join our mailing list to keep up with our latest news. You can also follow us on facebook or twitter.

An American Tale is a Capital City Symphony Main Season Event.

Gourmet Symphony: Taste Your Music Benefit Concert
Sep
3
6:30 pm18:30

Gourmet Symphony: Taste Your Music Benefit Concert

  • The Hamilton

This summer we partnered with Gourmet Symphony on their Taste Your Music project. This community outreach project involves a series of music and dining events at local charitable organizations including Bread for the City, Miriam's Kitchen and SOME. Several Capital City Symphony musicians are involved in these events.


Join Gourmet Symphony and Capital City Symphony for an evening of curated cocktails, cuisine, and classical music benefiting Taste Your Music, the community outreach project that feeds and inspires DC's residents in need.

Enjoy a custom 4-course menu designed by Executive Chef Anthony Lombardo (The Hamilton) and Chef/Owner Andrew Markert (Beuchert's Saloon), in collaboration with Gourmet Symphony's artistic and culinary curators. From Mozart to Mahler to American composer Samuel Barber, each pairing draws inspiration from the lyrics sung, the composers' cultural heritage, and our own work with the project's Charity Partners this summer.

Under the baton of Maestro John Devlin, the Gourmet Symphony orchestra will delight attendees with its dynamism and musicianship. The 53-piece ensemble also features guest performers from Capital City Symphony, as ` as special appearances by acclaimed soprano Mandy Brown.

Tickets start at $99 for Loft Seating, other seating options and sponsorship packages are also available. Click here to purchase your tickets. Visit Gourmet Symphony's site for more detailed information. 

Event Schedule

6:30 pm VIP Reception
Sponsors and VIP ticket holders enjoy a pre-show meet & greet with the musicians, conversations with the project's Charity Partners, and premium reserved event seating.  

7:30 pm General Admission Doors
Start with a signature cocktail, mingle with guests, and choose your preferred seats. All GA seating is first come, first serve at tables of 6-8. 

8 pm Dinner & Live Orchestra
The evening's main event breaks all the rules for a refreshing orchestral experience: explore the room, talk to the players, clap when you wish, keep your phones ON, and most importantly, experience the connections between food, drink, and music.

Vegetarian options and cash bar available. 

Concert Program:
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Mvt. 1 | Mozart
Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Mvt. 1 | Beethoven
Symphony No. 4 in G Major, Mvts. 1 & 4 |  Mahler*
Knoxville: Summer of 1915 | Barber*

*Featuring soprano Mandy Brown