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Celebrate The Kreeger Museum's 25th Anniversary June 1

May 8, 2019

Join The Kreeger Museum in celebrating a quarter century of art, architecture, and music.


Enjoy fabulous food and drink, live jazz, and conversation with contemporary artists in our stunning Philip Johnson-designed building and Sculpture Garden on Saturday, June 1, 2019.


The party is from 6:30 to 9:300 pm. The Kreeger Museum is located at 2401 Foxhall Road NW. 


Cocktail Attire | Valet Parking


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David and Carmen Kreeger enriched their lives and the lives of others through their love of the arts. In keeping with their vision, the mission of The Kreeger Museum is to share art, architecture, and music.

This event raises funds necessary to support the Museum's educational programming. We are grateful for the support of all donors who share our goal of reaching the entire Washington, DC community. During the 2018–19 school year, 80 percent of schools that participated in our education programs were recipients of Title I funding.

Highlights of the evening:

  • Cocktails and dinner by Susan Gage
  • Jazz by the Zack Pride Trio and pianist Sam Prather
  • Champagne toast to our honored artists

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Swedish Film Screening May 5

April 25, 2019

House of Sweden hosts Eat, Sleep, Die, a film directed by Gabriela Pichler tells the story of a young Eastern European immigrant, working in Sweden, faced with a painful choice when she's laid off from her factory in the name of efficiencies.


The screening is Sunday, May 5, 2019 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.


Tickets are free. Register here.

House of Sweden is located at 2900 K Street in Georgetown.

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Arturo Sandoval Live at Blues Alley April 18-21

April 3, 2019

Cuban-American jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval will be performang live at Blues Alley April 18 through April 21, 2019.


Granted political asylum in July 1990 and US citizenship in 1999, Sandoval and his family now call Miami, Florida home. A protégé of the legendary jazz master Dizzy Gillespie, Sandoval was born in Artemisa, a small town in the outskirts of Havana, Cuba, on November 6, 1949, just two years after Gillespie became the first musician to bring Latin influences into American Jazz. Sandoval began studying classical trumpet at the age of twelve, but it didn’t take him long to catch the excitement of the jazz world. He has since evolved into one of the World’s most acknowledged guardians of jazz trumpet and flugel horn, as well as a renowned classical artist, pianist and composer.


“Born into poverty in Cuba and held back by his government, he risked everything to share his gifts with the world. In the decades since, this astonishing trumpeter, pianist and composer has inspired audiences in every corner of the world and awakened a new generation of great performers. He remains one of the best ever to play.”

Barack Obama (presenting Arturo Sandoval The Presidential Medal of Freedom 


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