Georgetown University

1/30

Modern Musick

The period ensemble performs as part of the Jesuit Heritage Week. At the Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart.
2/6

Tobias Werner and Lura Johnson

The Verge Ensemble cellist and pianist perform works by Beethoven, Cassado, Mozart, Schumann and others. At the McNeir Hall.
2/6 - 2/7

The Bridge of San Luis Rey

After witnessing the deaths of five people in a bridge collapse, a monk starts questioning his religion. At the Davis Performing Arts Center.
2/20

Paul Skevington

The organist and Minister of Music and Liturgy at Saint Luke Catholic Church in McLean, Va. performs as part of the The Georgetown University Music Program's Friday Music Series. At the Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart.
2/20 - 2/21

Georgetown University Dance Company

The pre-professional repertory dance ensemble presents professional and student choreography ranging from classical ballet to contemporary to high-energy hip-hop works. At the Davis Performing Arts Center.
2/27 - 2/28

Black Movements Dance Theatre

The Black History Month program led by professor Alfreda Davis features a newly commissioned piece and contemporary work. At the Davis Performing Arts Center.
3/27

Edvinas Minkstimas

The Lithuanian pianist and Embassy Series Festival artist-in-residence performs. At the McNeir Hall.
3/26 - 4/11

Slow Falling Bird

An unborn baby watches over her mother who is a prisoner at a detention center in Australia. At the Davis Performing Arts Center.
4/15

Georgetown University Chamber Singers

Led by music director Frederick Binkholder and accompanied by Jinsun Cho, the singers present "New World Baroque: Vocal Music of Latin America," a program featuring works by Juan de Araujo and Juan Gutierrez de Padilla's "Missa Ego Flos Campi.". At the Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart.
4/22

Georgetown University Concert Choir

The choir performs the program "Untitled #4.". At the Davis Performing Arts Center.
4/23

Georgetown University Jazz Ensemble

At the Davis Performing Arts Center.
4/25

Georgetown University Orchestra

Led by music director Angel Gil-Ordonez, winners of the Concerto Competition perform with the orchestra and guest soloists pianist Lura Johnson and violinist Netanel Draiblate. At the Gaston Hall.