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Love this series even more now in their renovated space! The pic in this post is from before the renovations but it captures some of the beauty of the space. If you work near metro center, or are able to get there on a Tuesday at noon, you should totally check it out!
Final concerts this month before going on summer break:
Mystique by Charles Tournemire (1870-1939). Tournemire was organist of Sainte-Clotilde in Paris and a prolific composer and an improviser extraordinaire. L’Orgue Mystique was his magnum opus, a two-hundred-fifty-three movement cycle of liturgical pieces based upon over three-hundred Gregorian Chants.
Tuesday, May 28th
"A Washington DC tradition described by the Washingtonian as a "hidden gem," the Noontime Cantata Series at Church of the Epiphany in downtown DC provides respite from the busy workday and the stress of city life." Each month, on the first Tuesday, the Washington Bach Consort performs a cantata and an organ piece, introduced by J. Reilly Lewis and performed by orchestra, chorus and soloists.