Archive for the Upcoming Events Category

July 27 – Heritage Voices at the GWU Museum

July 27 – Heritage Voices at the GWU Museum

Travel back in time with Heritage Voices! The Washington Revels Heritage Voices will perform a concert of Civil War-era music in conjunction with the George Washington University Museum’s recently opened exhibition, Songs of the Civil War. The performance will feature three pieces recorded by Heritage Voices specifically for

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August 21 – Jubilee Voices at Library of Congress

August 21 – Jubilee Voices at Library of Congress

A showcase of music drawn from the American Folklife Center’s Archive Washington Revels Jubilee Voices has accepted the American Folklife Center’s “Archive Challenge”! The Voices will perform a 15-minute set at the Library of Congress featuring material drawn from AFC’s archive in this special musical sampler, part

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September 6-8 – Christmas Revels Child Auditions

Washington Revels announces children’s auditions for the 2019 Christmas Revels: “Celestial Fools”! Join our Children’s Chorus and help bring to life a timeless fable of the Winter Solstice, with music, dance and stories from around the world and across the centures. Featuring tradition bearers Karim Nagi (Arabic drumming & dance), Shizumi Shigeto Manale (Japanese dance & theater) & Mark Novak (Jewish song) as our trio of “Celestial Fools.” Take part in one of Washington’s most beloved holiday traditions, seen by 10,000 people each December!

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September 7 – Christmas Revels Teen Auditions

Washington Revels announces teen auditions for the 2019 Christmas Revels: “Celestial Fools”! Join our Teen Chorus and help bring to life a timeless fable of the Winter Solstice, with music, dance and stories from around the world and across the centures. Featuring tradition bearers Karim Nagi (Arabic drumming & dance), Shizumi Shigeto Manale (Japanese dance & theater) & Mark Novak (Jewish song) as our trio of “Celestial Fools.” Take part in one of Washington’s most beloved holiday traditions, seen by 10,000 people each December!

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