Church of the Epiphany

3/10

Elizabeth Adams and Sam Post

The violinist and pianist perform works by Schubert and Shostakovich as well as Schnittke's "Subversive Geniuses."
3/15

Washington Master Chorale

The choral celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the world premiere of Sergei Rachmaninoff's "All Night Vigil" by performing the 65-minute work without intermission.
3/17

U.S. Air Force String Orchestra

The ensemble performs Romantic works for strings.
3/22

Washington Men's Camerata

Led by music director Frank Albinder and joined by pianist C. Paul Heins, the choral ensemble presents "There's Something About Mary," a program featuring music by Grieg, Biebl, Bernstein and Barnes.
3/24

Sarah Biber and Jeremy Filsell

The artists perform Rachmaninov's Sonata Op. 19 for cello and piano.
3/31

Rebecca Kellerman Petretta and Katelyn Aungst

Joined by continuo player Jeremy Filsell, the sopranos perform a Holy Week concert featuring Francois Couperin's "Lecons de Tenebres."
4/3

Jeremy Filsell

In honor of Good Friday, the organist performs Marcel Dupre's "Le Chemin de la Croix (The Stations of the Cross)" in a program featuring poetry by the former French Ambassador to Washington, Paul Claudel read by narrator Bard Wickkiser.
4/7

Washington Bach Consort

Led by J. Reilly Lewis, the consort presents a Noontime Cantata concert featuring "Siehe zu, das deine Gottesfurcht" and "Fantasia" with organist William Neil.
4/14

Douglas Buchanan

The organist performs works inspired by the music of Couperin and Bach.
4/21

Rachel Evangeline Barham, James Rogers and Jeremy Filsell

The soprano, bass and pianist present "The Foolest Month," a program featuring 19th- and 20th-century novelty and comedic songs.
4/28

Soyoon Yim, Albert Hunt and Rachelle Betancourt

The pianist, clarinetist and violinist present "Defining New Boundaries," a program featuring works by Stravinsky and Schumann.
5/5

Washington Bach Consort

This Noontime Cantata performance features Bach's Prelude and Fugue, BWV 543 and organist Todd Fickley performing Bach's "Wachet! betet! betet! wachet!"
5/12

Hyewon Lee Gessner

The pianist performs Schubert's Piano Sonata No. 20.
5/19

Ars Nova Brass Ensemble

The artists perform works for brass ensemble.
5/26

Sarah Rose Taylor and Nigel Potts

The soprano and organist perform Wagner's Wesendonck Lieder, Reynaldo Hahn's "Melodies" and Potts' transcriptions of Elgar's "Sea Pictures."
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Editorial Review

Armonia Nova offers rarely heard medieval music

The ensemble’s selections, more than six centuries old, were welcome listening but needed some polish.