Performing Arts: A Night of Music

by Editorial

Art Soiree’s music mash-up features genres from all across the instrumental spectrum.
By Jill A. Norris

Indie rock band, Access Royale, during a recent live performance. (Photo courtesy of Art Soiree)

They say music is good for the soul, so what better place to be at 9 p.m. on Friday, April 20 than at the Art Soiree, a creative amalgamation of musical styles that’s sure to have music fans buzzing.

Despite D.C.’s reputation as a political town, the capital’s music scene has been revving up over the past few years in all genres from classical to jazz, rock, electronic and anything else you could possibly think of. Art Soiree’s A Night of Music exemplifies this diversity by bringing together five local musicians and groups that span rock, opera and even poetry.

This Friday’s performance takes place at The Washington Club, 15 Dupont Circle NW, once a stand-in for The White House in 1927 under President Coolidge and now a private social club located in the infamous Patterson House.

Don’t miss this unique musical experience from Washington’s “fee-free independent artist publicist.” Plus, they’ll have snacks; hors d’oeuvres will be offered throughout the evening. Tickets are $40 and available for purchase here.

Now here’s the evening’s scheduled line-up!

9 p.m. – Doors Open

9:30 p.m. – Poetry & Guitar: Chinwe John & Rafael Scarfullery

10 p.m. – Opera: Pablo Henrich & Solomia Dutkewych

10:30 p.m.Yvette Rivers & Jazz Trio: Larry Brown, Blake Meister, Dominic Smith

11 p.m. – Indie Rock Band: Access Royale

11:45 p.m.DJ John Jazz & Live Music

Access Royale rocks Art Soiree. (Photo courtesy of Art Soiree)

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