Church of the Epiphany

9/23

Jeremy Filsell

The pianist plays works by Francis Pott, Debussy and Rachmaninoff.
9/30

Ayreheart

The quartet plays works by William Byrd and John Dowland.
10/7

Washington Bach Consort presents the Free Noontime Cantata Series

J. Reilly Lewis plays the organ in this noontime concert featuring Bach's "Erforsche mich, Gott."
10/14

Vasily Popov and Jeffrey Chappell

The cellist and pianist play works by Bach and Britten.
10/21

The Quarter Deck Consort of the US Navy Sea Chanters

A group of singers from the U.S. Navy's official chorus performs choral works by Poulenc, Gabrieli and Palestrina.
10/28

The Almava Trio

Pianist Sookkyung Cho, violinist Stani Dimitrova and cellist Sara Cortinas play works by Schumann and Brahms.
11/1

Windsbach Boys Choir

The "Cultural Ambassadors" of Germany make their Washington debut with an all-German program. Presented by Classical Movements Inc., the concert is part of the Serenade! International Choral Series.
11/4

Washington Bach Consort presents the Free Noontime Cantata Series

Organist Julie Vidrick Evans performs in this Washington Bach Consort concert featuring Bach's "Ihr Tore zu Zion."
11/11

Rebecca Collaros and Matt Van Hoose

The flutist and pianist play French and English music.
11/18

Mickey Thomas Terry

The organist plays works by Dupre, Bach and Tournemire and music by African American composers Robert Harris and Ulysses Kay.
11/25

Mitchell Bush

The pianist plays Mozart, Liszt and Debussy.
12/2

Washington Bach Consort presents the Free Noontime Cantata Series

Organist Gi Young Kim performs in this Washington Bach Consort concert featuring Bach's "Sehet, welch eine Liebe."
12/9

Jua Kim and Soyoon Yim

The violinist and pianist perform works by Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg.
12/16

The Choir of Church of the Epiphany Christmas Concert

The church's choral music ensemble performs holiday music.
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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.