Church of the Epiphany
Metro Center (Red, Blue and Orange lines)
Upcoming Events at Church of the Epiphany
Saxophonist Rich Kleinfeldt, cellist Igor Zubkovsky and pianist Diane Winter Pyles perform works by Bartok, Beethoven and French composer Vincent d'Indy.
The soprano, harpist and pianist perform works by Purcell, Britten, Ravel and Ned Rorem.
The pianist performs works by Mozart and Chopin as well as Schumann's "Kreisleriana."
Violinist Edmond Chan, viola da gamba player Amy Domingues and theorbo player Anthony Harvey perform music from 17th century Germany, Italy and France.
The nine-member Cuban choral groups makes its D.C. debut with a program featuring classical and contemporary music, spirituals and traditional Cuban a cappella works.
The harpist performs works by Paul Hindemith and Debussy.
This Noontime Cantata concert features Bach's "Herr Jesu Christ, wahr' Mensch" and a Prelude and Fuge with organist Julie Huang.
The violinist and pianist perform works by Schubert and Shostakovich as well as Schnittke's "Subversive Geniuses."
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.
The ensemble performs Romantic works for strings.
The artists perform Rachmaninov's Sonata Op. 19 for cello and piano.
Joined by continuo player Jeremy Filsell, the sopranos perform a Holy Week concert featuring Francois Couperin's "Lecons de Tenebres."
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.
Led by J. Reilly Lewis, the consort presents a Noontime Cantata concert featuring "Siehe zu, das deine Gottesfurcht" and "Fantasia" with organist William Neil.
The organist performs works inspired by the music of Couperin and Bach.
The soprano, bass and pianist present "The Foolest Month," a program featuring 19th- and 20th-century novelty and comedic songs.
The pianist, clarinetist and violinist present "Defining New Boundaries," a program featuring works by Stravinsky and Schumann.
This Noontime Cantata performance features Bach's Prelude and Fugue, BWV 543 and organist Todd Fickley performing Bach's "Wachet! betet! betet! wachet!"
The pianist performs Schubert's Piano Sonata No. 20.
The artists perform works for brass ensemble.
The soprano and organist perform Wagner's Wesendonck Lieder, Reynaldo Hahn's "Melodies" and Potts' transcriptions of Elgar's "Sea Pictures."
Armonia Nova offers rarely heard medieval music
The ensemble’s selections, more than six centuries old, were welcome listening but needed some polish.
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