Thursday, December 20, 2012

National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) "In Your Neighborhood" series includes Bloomingdale's Horman Violin Studio

See this message from Bloomingdale resident and violinist Amy Beth Horman:
                                                                                                                         
The NSO "In Your Neighborhood" Series includes our neighborhood this year so they will be doing multiple free events in January.  Here is the message that describes this series:
                               
This year they chose us -- Horman Violin Studio -- as a studio they wanted work with, so we have two events designed for us exclusively in mid January!
                                      
Sunday, January 13th, 2013
  
LOCATION: The Source Theatre
1835 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
2PM Master Class with NSO violinist Heather LeDoux Green
   
5PM Educational Workshop on Programming and Outreach Concerts by NSO cellist Yvonne Caruthers
                          
These events are free and the master class will feature top violinists from my studio. The public is VERY welcome to attend and children are encouraged to attend as well. 
                 
Here is the NSO announcement message:
                                                                     

National Symphony Orchestra in Your Neighborhood 2013

U Street
Howard University
Shaw
Logan Circle
January 8–14, 2013

NSO In Your Neighborhood 2013 Focuses on U Street, Howard University, Shaw, and Logan Circle

The National Symphony Orchestra is making U Street, Howard University, Shaw, and Logan Circle the focus of its free community engagement activities in January 2013. Between January 8 and 14, members of the NSO are breaking into small ensembles to perform chamber music and educational activities as requested by community organizations.
The NSO has worked with approximately 20 partners in these communities, and has agreed to fulfill more than 30 activities requested by the neighborhoods.
The majority of the schedule was determined by the community itself, with the partner organizations gathering requests from their neighborhoods.

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