Tag Archives: DC

Broad Street Beat Presents: Summer Beats Make Me Feel Fine

It’s summer! The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and Broad Street Beat is performing in our Summer 2016 a cappella concert!! Join us at the Arden’s Hamilton Family Arts Center on August 13th at 7:30pm for a night of (almost) entirely brand new music – featuring songs by Sia, Queen B, and maybe […]

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PBC Rocks MAKE MUSIC DC!

Make Music Day is a global celebration of music that takes place each year on June 21st. Launched in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, it is now held in more than 700 cities in 120 countries. On June 21st of 2016, Make Music Day is making its debut in Washington, DC […]

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Word of Mouth A Cappella’s Spring Showcase

Do you ever wish you could sit back, soak up your favorite songs in the form of sweet vocal harmonies, and ponder life’s big questions like, “is someone’s voice even supposed to go that high?” Same. That’s why we’re happy to announce Word of Mouth A Cappella’s Spring Showcase on May 21! Word of Mouth, […]

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Unexpected Journeys: New rhythms from new composers – The 18th Street Singers Spring Concert

From the DC premiere of the powerful Missa Rigensis by Ugis Praulins to a mash-up of an original Gregorian chant with Don’t You Worry Child, the 18th Street Singers will take you on a transcendent musical journey as they explore new rhythms and innovative melodies by 21st century composers. Join us at the beautiful National […]

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Sing Out for Shelter Sat Feb 20th — Help DC’s Homeless!!

Order tickets via Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/sing-out-for-shelter-sat-feb-20th-help-dcs-homeless-tickets-20996540217?aff=efbevent HOW DO TODAY’S WHIFFENPOOFS COMPARE TO THEIR ALUMNI? YOU CAN FIND OUT SATURDAY, FEB 20TH — & HELP DC’S HOMELESS Come enjoy The Yale Whiffenpoofs — America’s Oldest & Best-Known College A Cappella Group — plus Georgetown Day’s Five O’Clock Shadow, the U Delaware Deltones, DC’s Supreme Chord, and, of […]

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Gifts of Hope: Benefit Concert featuring The 18th Street Singers

Please join us for an afternoon of wonderful music and community at the 3rd Annual Gifts of Hope Benefit Concert featuring The 18th Street Singers! Admission is free, but a free-will offering at the concert is more than welcome. First Trinity Lutheran Church is readily accessable by the Judiciary Square Metro Station and has ample […]

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Live! on Woodrow Wilson Plaza Presents: Pitches Be Crazy (feat. Impitched)

The Pitches will rock DC at the annual LIVE! event. Joined by DC’s Impitched, this FREE show will be loads of fun!

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Noctonals’ Summer Concert!

Come join your favorite DC metro area a cappella group for an evening of sweet, summery tunes at Alexandria’s beautiful Athenaeum. We have a fantastic lineup and a few brand new songs to debut… You’ll hear everything from Radiohead, to Pat Benatar feat. T. Swift (wha?!? I KNOW), to Seal, and probably everything in between. […]

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PBC & Catatonic @Jammin Java ft. Epic, Halo, King’s Post * Mike Why

Returning to the DC area, acappella phenoms Catatonic join PBC as we host a day of VOCALS ONLY music. Featuring harmony queens Epic, female barbershoppers HALO Quartet, pop-culture music makers King’s Post, and the one man band Mr. Mike Why, if you’re in the audience, you’re in for a real treat! #dopenoise

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AstroCappella @ Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival

Our Diverse Universe Think scientists are boring old guys in white lab coats? Think again. Experience AstroCappella, a marriage of astronomy and music, developed by astronomers and educators, then professionally recorded by the rocking DC-area a cappella group, The Chromatics. This concert version will meld music, visuals, animation and TED-style short science discussions that explore […]

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