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An Evening of Classical Music at the French Embassy April 27th

April 16, 2018

The International Club of DC and the Russian Chamber Arts Society invite you to the Embassy of France for a delightful evening of classical music on April 27, 2018 from 7:00 until 9:00 pm.


The concert is followed by a reception of delectable desserts and wine. You are welcome to attend on your own or with friends.


Tickets for the rare delight of a classical concert at the French Embassy featuring the world-renowned performers are only $55 for a limited time.


The Restless Heart: Experience a delightful performance featuring internationally acclaimed singers performing an evening of Old Russian, Gypsy (Romani) and folk songs of passion, longing and love.

After the concert meet other guests in attendance during the wine and dessert reception. Space is limited so please reserve your tickets early. 

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Sunday Concerts at The Phillips Collection

March 21, 2018

The Sunday Concerts at the Phillips are the longest continuously running series in Washington, DC. Put together by Duncan Phillips’s assistant Elmira Bier, who served as the first Director of Music at The Phillips Collection, this series has run for over 75 years. The performances regularly feature celebrated domestic and international performers, pieces from classic to living composers, and an astonishing amount of debuts and premiers. Performers range from established, well-regarded artists to promising young musicians.


The series runs each Sunday from October through May, and performances take place in the beautiful Music Room. The art hanging on the walls of the Music Room is regularly curated to fit with the themes of each concert. The setting of music performances not only within a museum but in a room specifically designed to contain music with art adds to the signature aspects of Phillips Music.

Performances begin promptly at 4:00 pm unless otherwise noted. General admission seating is first-come, first-served beginning 45 minutes prior to concert start time. Tickets are $40, $20 for members and students with ID; museum admission for that day is included. Only two tickets can be purchased at membership price for each member. Advance reservations are strongly recommended.


The Phillips Collection is located at 1600 21st Street NW.

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Dumbarton at Dusk

February 22, 2018

Stop by Dumbarton House the third Thursday of every month. Tour the museum after hours and experience the grounds in a different light. 


Dumbarton House was constructed in 1798-99, a private resdence until The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America (NSCDA) purchased it for its headquarters in 1928 and gave it the name it has today.


Displaying a fine collection of period decorative arts (furniture, silver, ceramics, etc.), it gives visitors a sense of domestice life in  early 1800s Georgetown


Each Dumbarton at Dusk will include a cash bar, food, music, and pop-up history activities to enhance Dumbarton House’s collections.

Free event but Follow this link to reserve your ticket. 


Dumbarton House is located at 2715 Q Street in Georgetown.

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