Sunday, July 1, 2012

PAST:: BENEFIT SHOWCASE: BloomBars hosts an eclectic evening of classical, experimental, improv and spoken word to benefit the Duke Ellington School of the Arts theater program on FRI, Jan 25th from 8:00pm - 10:00pm, All ages, by donation

Duke Ellington Theatre Program Benefit Showcase
Featuring experimental music project Boat Burning and 
The Columbia Players string quartet, plus monologues 
from student and actor Sam Sherman
Friday, January 25th
8:00pm - 10:00pm
All ages, by donation, please donate as you are able
Donations benefit Duke Ellington School of the Arts Theater Program

This Friday night BloomBars hosts an eclectic evening of classical, experimental, improv and spoken word to benefit the Duke Ellington School of the Arts theater program. The eve will feature experimental music from Boat Burning, from Chapel Hill but now based in DC, and The Columbia Players, a DC-based classical string quartet that plays everything from Beethoven to Jimi Hendrix. Plus, monologues by local actor Sam Sherman. "The evening will explore possible dialogues at multiple levels: among musical instruments, and between instruments and the human voice."

The Duke Ellington School of the Arts is a public high school in Washington DC that provides intensive instruction, resources and guidance to meet the needs of talented area students considering careers in the arts. 

Bloombars
3222 11th St, NW Metro: Columbia Heights, walk north a block to Kenyon, turn right and walk 3 blocks to 11th, turn left. BloomBars is next door to Wonderland.

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