Church of the Epiphany
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Upcoming Events at Church of the Epiphany
The cellist plays the works of Prokofiev, Sibelius and Ligeti.
The pianist plays music from Hungary, Poland and France.
The Mignarda duo, vocalist Donna Stewart and lute player Ron Andrico perform 16th century music by Spanish composers de Victoria, Morales and Guerrero.
The pianist plays works by Francis Pott, Debussy and Rachmaninov.
The quartet plays works by William Byrd and John Dowland.
J. Reilly Lewis plays the organ in this noontime concert featuring Bach's "Erforsche mich, Gott."
The cellist and pianist play works by Bach and Britten.
A group of singers from the U.S. Navy's official chorus performs choral works by Poulenc, Gabrieli and Palestrina.
Pianist Sookkyung Cho, violinist Stani Dimitrova and cellist Sara Cortinas, play works by Schumann and Brahms.
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.
Organist Julie Vidrick Evans performs in this Washington Bach Consort concert featuring Bach's "Ihr Tore zu Zion."
The flutist and pianist play French and English music.
The organist plays works by as well as Dupre, Bach and Tournemire and music by African American composers, Robert Harris and Ulysses Kay.
The pianist plays Mozart, Liszt and Debussy.
Organist Gi Young Kim performs in this Washington Bach Consort concert featuring Bach's "Sehet, welch eine Liebe."
The violinist and pianist perform works by Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg.
The church's choral music ensemble performs holiday music.
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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