Hey there, live music fans! Where can you get your fix from now until the middle to end of next week? Read on:
The Capital City Symphony has not just one but TWO concerts coming up this weekend at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church: a family concert in the morning and a chamber program in the afternoon. For more info, go to http://www.capitalcitysymphony.org/events. If you use code CapHill50, you can get a 50% off discount for the afternoon concert.
Tonight at Dupont Underground in Dupont Circle, catch a haunting performance from the Choral Arts Society of Washington, called “Into The Light.” More info here.
Saturday, April 6, Tommy and the Commies takes the stage at Rock and Roll Hotel. Tickets and info here.
Sunday, April 7, Smooth Hound plays at Dangerously Delicious Pies upstairs. Tickets/info here.
April is Jazz appreciation month. Appreciate it over at UDC on Monday and Tuesday, April 8 and 9, with their small ensembles. Info here.
On Monday, April 9, KiDé plays at City Winery. Tickets/info here.
Also on April 10, Dwell DC welcomes Weston Smith, La Roche, Welcome Center and LoveJet. Info here.
Celebrate Emancipation Day with a FREE concert! On Saturday, April 13 from 3 to 8:30 p.m. at Freedom Plaza, the Emancipation Day Concert will bring such acts as Mya, Faith Evans, Doug E Fresh, Kenny Lattimore, Master Gee of the Sugar Hill Gang, Ayanna Gregory, DJ Rico, Little Bacon Bear, EU featuring Sugar Bear, and more. For more info and to RSVP, click here.