October 5 – Heritage Voices at the GWU Museum

Rescheduled from July 27

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 the exhibit: “Wanted!—A Substitute,” “Down with the Traitors’ Serpent Flag,” and “The Drummer of Antietam.” Bring your voice and your curiosity: there will be opportunities to sing along and to speak with members of Heritage Voices, as well as an exhibit tour provided by the museum!

Learn more about the Museum’s exhibit here.
(Open June 15–December 22)

Read Music Director Elizabeth Fulford’s article about the recording project.

DATE/TIME: Saturday, October 5, 2-3 pm
LOCATION: Myers Room, The GWU Museum & The Textile Museum, 701 21st Street NW, Washington, DC 20052 <view map>
TICKETS: $10 museum members; $15 general public. Registration with the Museum is required; register online or call 202-994-7394.