At a Death Cafe people drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. Our aim is to increase awareness of death to help people make the most of their (finite) lives. This Death Cafe will be hosted by Amy Johnson, a hospice and palliative care social worker who specializes in grief and trauma counseling.
Please note: Death Cafes are not meant to act as support groups or grief counseling.
Hailing from the UK, The Black Feathers will be performing at Sevareid House, October 14th as one of the many stops on their 21-city US tour. The duo brings together beautiful songwriting with every element of Americana and Folk. As they embark on their US tour, The Black Feathers have already been met with success selling out their first performance at The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville as part of AmericanaFest 2018. They have also recently released the music video to their latest single, “The Ghosts Have Eaten Well”, further enchanting audiences with emotive lyricism. Don’t miss out on a great night!
Bring the kids to an unforgettable holiday experience as the Choral Arts Chorus fills the concert hall with holiday classics just for them. They’ll take you on a merry tour of holiday sing-alongs and Christmas favorites that will have your family singing all the way home. Expect a visit from Santa, Frosty and Rudolph. This one-hour concert is perfect for children ages 5 and up.
Enjoy an evening of traditional and contemporary blues guitar and vocals. Meigs Hodge explores delta and Chicago styles through the music of Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and others, as well as contemporary standards and original compositions. Tickets are $10.00 per person and tickets can be bought at the door. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-548-0035.
Two local music icons, world percussionist Tom Teasley and Chinese dulcimer specialist Chao Tian join forces to showcase tunes from their recent collaboration, “Dong Xi.”
2016 DRUM! Magazine World Percussionist of the Year, Teasley continuously looks for innovative ways to create cross-cultural dialogue. He blends centuries-old percussion traditions with digital technology to create ancient and futuristic virtual ensembles.
A leading performer on the Chinese dulcimer, Chao Tian received her master’s degree in musical performance in 2010. Since then, she has toured throughout the world as leader of the Always Folk Ensemble, bringing her virtuosic talent on the dulcimer to people in more than 30 different countries.
Enjoy a preview of Dong Xi: https://www.dongximusic.com/videos
Sopranessence presents a concert benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Join us as we celebrate special connections, including friendship, kinship, sisterhood, and yes, even frenemies! This event will feature Sopranessence’s unique arrangements of music from popular operas & operettas such as Hansel and Gretel, The Mikado and Mozart’s Cosí fan Tutte; audience-favorite musicals like Miss Saigon, Cinderella, Wicked, and much more!
SPECIAL BOGO OFFER: Every General Admission ticket purchased gets one free entry for a child 12 or under to honor St. Jude’s philosophy of no child pays! Join Sopranessence in its goal of raising $1,000 for St. Jude! 50% of all concert proceeds will be donated!
Get ready to throw up the horns and head bang: School of Rock Alexandria, a new music school for aspiring rockers, is celebrating its grand opening. Come out for family fun and kid friendly events, featuring regional School of Rock House bands performing live as well as a ribbon cutting and guitar smashing ceremony. Free trial lessons will be available alongside a guitar and amp raffle.
Performance based music education for young musicians age 6-17*