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Georgetown Concert Series Presents Etherea Vocal Ensemble Nov. 25

November 7, 2017

GEORGETOWN CONCERT SERIES 

2017-18 Season 

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Georgetown 

 

        ETHEREA VOCAL ENSEMBLE 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2017 AT 5 PM

 

Etherea Vocal Ensemble, Derek Greten-Harrison, Director, will present a candlelight Christmas performance on Saturday, November 25th at 5 pm.

The program will include Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols and John Rutter's Dancing Day with Harpist, Grace Cloutier 

along with traditional carols of the season! 

 

ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

GEORGETOWN PARISH 

3240 O ST. NW  

WASHINGTON, DC 20007

 

TICKETS AND FURTHER INFO: WWW.STJOHNSGEORGETOWN.ORG

TELEPHONE: 202-338-1796   

HOLIDAY RECEPTION FOLLOWS THE PERFORMANCE


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Georgetown Half Marathon at Fletcher's Cove Oct. 29

October 5, 2017

Run the Georgetown Half Marathon at Fletcher's Cove on the C&O Canal Sunday, October 29, 2017 starting at 9:00 am to support Girls’ Education in Kenya and Nepal.

 

Course       • C&O Canal Towpath starting at Fletcher’s Cove, two miles west of Georgetown

Pre-Race    • Packet pick-up Saturday, October 28, 3:00-6:00 PM, Georgetown Running Company, 3401 M Street  Tel. 202.337.8626

Race Day    • Packet pick-up on-site 8:00-8:45 am • Complete info at Safety and Health Foundation

Post-race   • Food, refreshments, music    • Awards to 1st, 2nd, 3rd overall, distinctive finisher medals!

Benefits     • Proceeds to support Children’s Himalayan Foundation in Nepal and Mercy Project in Kenya

Hosted:      • Kaimont.com and mercyproject.org     Supporting and mentoring education and empowering new healthy lifestyles!

 

Register here.


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Nurieh Mozaffari Show at Susan Calloway

August 29, 2017

Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery is hosting, La Lune Blanche, an exhibition of work by Nurieh Mozaffari from September 8 through October 7, 2017.

 

Nurieh's paintings have shown that there is much to discover beyond the restriction of form, and she strives to stay true to that knowledge in the body of work featured in this exhibition, La lune blanche.  Each painting stands on the concept of capturing the essence of the reflection of the moon - whether it is rising or disappearing over the horizon - in various parts of the world. Many of the images evoke scenes of Washington, New York, and Paris. These paintings envelope the viewer in moments that are precious as well as common, transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary.

 

Nurieh's immigration from Iran to Canada in 1998 pushed her to expand her perspective of the world and while she now travels mostly between Canada, the US, and Europe, her work still draws on her cultural heritage. 

 

She has been exhibited internationally since 1984. She has had twenty solo exhibitions and more than a hundred group exhibitions. Her works have been exhibited in the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art; Sad Abod Museum, Tehran; Nivran Museum, Tehran; Shohada Museum, Tehran; Azadi Museum, Tehran; Pacific Mineral Museum, Vancouver; Institute du Monde Arabe (solo exhibition), Washington, DC; French Embassy, Washington, DC; and Susan Calloway Fine Arts, Washington, DC, among others and has won numerous awards. 

 

Susan Calloway Fine Arts is located at 1643 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown.


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