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Black Music Month Celebration 2016 honoring Richard Smallwood & Chuck Brown

May 17th, 2016

Black Music Month Celebration 2016 honoring Richard Smallwood & Chuck Brown
Event on 2016-06-11 19:00:00
HONORING BLACK MUSIC MONTH By CELEBRATING The Music of RICHARD SMALLWOOD & CHUCK BROWN #BMMEVENT Special performances by Anthony Williams and YahZarah. Saturday  June 11th 2016  7pm – 9pm   Doors Open @ 6pm For Reservations & Ticketing Information call (202) 678-8822 Visit the Official Website of the 2016 BLACK MUSIC MONTH! ( Feel Free to visit our Pages dedicated to our Partnering Churches, Minitry and Our Musicians. Presented by: Metropolitan AME, Union Temple Baptist Church and Washington Performing Arts, Washington DC. All Tickets Are To Be Picked Up at Union Temple Baptist Church No Refunds/No Exchanges 

at Union Temple Baptist Church
1225 W Street Southeast
Washington, United States

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Serenade! Celebration in Gaithersburg (Ensembles from Japan, USA, Netherlands)

May 13th, 2016

Serenade! Celebration in Gaithersburg (Ensembles from Japan, USA, Netherlands)
Event on 2016-06-25 15:30:00
The sixth annual Serenade! Washington, D.C. Choral Festival, June 23-27, 2016, continues on June 25th with a concert at 3:30pm at Asbury Methodist Village (Gaithersburg, MD) featuring Kobra Ensemble (Netherlands), Tucson Girls Chorus (USA), and Ensemble Planeta (Japan). Free performance. Suggested donation -. The Kobra Ensemble consists of Ingrid Doude of Troostwijk, Star Rabbit, Lea Klarenbeek, Lonneke Cones, Saskia For Bach and Pitou Nicolaes. Since its founding in 2010 they have developed a unique style, which is characterized by a diverse musicality and a lively stage presence. With a mix of early and contemporary classical works, folk music and close harmony, Kobra impresses audiences with their amazing chamber music abilities. The ensemble also crosses artistic boundaries by collaborating with other art forms: several costume designers, visual artists, video artists, instrumentalists, composers and arrangers. Ensemble Planeta, a female group of four Japanese singers, is known for their performance of the works of Bach, Brahms, Schubert and other classical composers and traditional European folk music. Their exceptional voices feature non-vibrato style, which takes audiences inside a unique worldview of timeless and cross-genre repertoire. The songs are arranged and produced by Nahoko Kakiage, the recognized creator of classical crossover style of music in Japan. This is the ensembles first visit to the United States. Founded in 1985, the Tucson Girls Chorus is recognized as an outstanding choral education program working with girls from Kindergarten through High School in seven choirs. The two upper choirs tour nationally and internationally, and have produced CDs.

at Asbury Methodist Village, Rosborough Theater
301 Russell Avenue
Gaithersburg, United States

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The Chronicle 30th Year Celebration and Awards Cermony

April 23rd, 2016

The Chronicle 30th Year Celebration and Awards Cermony
Event on 2016-06-11 18:00:00
Please join us for The Chronicle Newspaper Inc.’s 30th Anniversary Dinner and Awards Ceremony. This exciting event will be held at Lansing Public Media Center 2500 S. Washington Ave, Lansing, MI 48910. The Awards Dinner’s theme will be “Honoring Hometown Heroes”. On this evening we will award and commend the fine men and women who have worked so hard, putting forth extraordinary efforts to build Mid-Michigan Communities and have made significant contributions for future generations. A portion of the proceeds raised for this event by this event will be donated to “Closing the Digital Gap” a Lansing Area non-profit 501(c) 3 organization that provides low-income residents within the community the opportunity to earn a computer, receive basic computer literacy and Internet training.            Guest include: Keynote Speaker Michigan State Senator Curtis Hertel Jr. Elder Aaron Milton-Jesus of Nazareth Church of God and Christ Michael McFadden-WSSJ Joy 1580 AM and 103.1 FM

at Lansing Public Media Center
2500 S. Washington Ave.
Lansing, United States

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A John Duffy Celebration

April 14th, 2016

A John Duffy Celebration
Event on 2016-05-03 19:30:00

New Music USA, in partnership with the Duffy Estate and Roulette Intermedium, is honored to present A John Duffy Celebration.

John Duffy, who passed away in December 2015, was one of the great heroes of American music. An Emmy Award-winning composer of more than 300 works for theatre, film, television, and the concert hall, he was also the founder of the visionary organization Meet The Composer, which continues to this day as New Music USA. New Music USA, in partnership with the Duffy Estate and Roulette Intermedium, is honored to present A John Duffy Celebration, an evening of music and remembrances. The event will feature remarks by John Corigliano, Robert Cross, Tania Leon, Annette Duffy Odell, Steve Reich, and Fran Richard. There will also be performances by Muhal Richard Abrams, Fred Sherry, Miranda Cuckson with Aaron Wunsch, and the Cassatt String Quartet with Glenn Morrissette and Tomoya Aomori.

John Duffy has been called “one of the great heroes of American music.” As the founder and first president of the visionary organization Meet The Composer, Duffy (1926-2015) initiated countless landmark programs to advance American music and to aid American composers. Later in life, he created—as part of the Virginia Arts Festival—the John Duffy Institute for New Opera, which seeks out and supports the work of opera composer/librettist teams by providing professional mentorship and a professional process for development of their new work.

An important composer himself, Duffy created more than 300 scores for symphony orchestra, opera, theater, television, and film. He received many awards for his creations and contributions: two Emmys, an ASCAP award for special recognition in film and television music, a New York State Governor’s Art Award, and the (New York City) Mayor’s Award of Honor for Arts and Culture. He was also the recipient of the American Music Center’s Founders’ Award for Lifetime Achievement.

John Duffy grew up in the Bronx, one of fourteen children of Irish immigrant parents. Educated in Catholic schools, he sang in the choir and played the church organ. When his older brothers enlisted in Army Intelligence and the Paratroopers during World War II, Duffy, though underage, enlisted in the Navy.  He became part of the Scouts and Raiders (forerunners to the Navy SEAL Teams), before deploying on the USS Hopping, a destroyer escort in the Pacific.

After the war, he returned to New York City to study musical composition under the GI Bill, enrolling in the music division of the New School for Social Research. Through the course of his development as a composer he studied with Aaron Copland, Henry Cowell, Luigi Dallapiccola, Solomon Rosowsky, and Herbert Zipper. He credited Rosowsky for insisting uncompromisingly on learning the craft of music and developing the discipline and patience necessary to the art.

Duffy’s profound regard for language, its beauties and its powers, suited him ideally for his work in theater, television, and film. He acquired a reputation early on as a first-class interpreter of ideas and emotion, a brilliant orchestrator, and a sensitive colleague. His appointment, in his twenties, to the post of music director, composer, and conductor of Shakespeare Under the Stars was the first in a succession of similar posts at the Guthrie Theater, the Long Wharf Theatre, and the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center, and for NBC and ABC television. He composed some of his notable theater scores for Broadway and Off-Broadway productions of The Ginger Man, Macbird, Mother Courage, Playboy of the Western World, and many Shakespeare plays. The culmination was his landmark music for the production of Macbeth at John Houseman’s American Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Connecticut.

Duffy’s deep study of traditional Jewish music led to both of his Emmy winning scores—A Talent for Life: Jews of the Italian Renaissance (1979, NBC) and the nine-hour Abba Eban-narrated PBS documentary Heritage: Civilization and the Jews, excerpts from which were subsequently recorded by the Israel Philharmonic under the direction of Zubin Mehta for CBS Masterworks.

Duffy also composed distinguished concert music for a variety of commissions, among them: A Time for Remembrance (cantata for soprano, speaker and orchestra), commissioned by the U.S. Government to mark the 50th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor; Symphony No. 1: Utah, commissioned by the Sierra Club to draw attention to preserving and protecting public lands in southern Utah; Freedom Overture, commemorating the fall of the Berlin Wall; and Concerto for Stan Getz and Concert Band.

Duffy’s opera, Black Water, featuring a libretto by Joyce Carol Oates, premiered in Philadelphia in 2001; there were subsequent performances in Los Angeles and New York City. Los Angeles Times Chief Music Critic Mark Swed wrote, “…at some point the listener no longer feels like a bemused bystander, watching yet another episode of a Washington soap opera, and becomes caught up in a real opera of universal tragedy. The ending is devastating—an excellent tonic for the nightly news.” Other critics, writing in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Chicago Tribune, have described his music as “haunting, memorable, and brilliant.”

John Duffy died at the age of 89 on December 22, 2015 in Norfolk, Virginia after a prolonged battle with cancer.

at YWCA (Downtown Brooklyn)
30 3rd Avenue @ Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, United States

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Pampered Women Affair – Ladies’ Searching Celebration

March 3rd, 2016

Pampered Women Affair – Women Shopping Celebration
Occasion on 2016-04-09 13:00:00
Bring your wallet, your girlfriends plus fabulosity into Pampered Ladies Affair for the best boutique shopping inside the Washington, DC area. Strut to your celebration on our red carpet, make fully sure you get your photo snapped by our paparazzi and celebration from merchant to merchant all while sipping on personalized cocktails and nibbling on tasty hor' doeuvres.  Join united states of america Saturday, April 9, 2016 from 1 – 5pm within Harborside resort (6400 Oxon Hill Rd, Oxon Hill, MD) 18 & through! Advance seats just, no money pass product sales within house. COMPLIMENTARY GOODIE BAGS THE FIRST 100 ATTENDEES   WHAT:       Pampered females Affair (Shopping celebration)    WHENEVER:       Saturday, April 9, 2016   1 p.m. – 5 p.m. WHEREIN:     Harborside resort (6400 Oxon Hill Rd, Oxon Hill, MD  20745) TICKETS:   18 & Over just:   in advance    during the Pampered women Affair you’ll probably:                                           Shop above 30 special services and products                                          enjoy no-cost kinds of products                                          Profit great house rewards from our raffles                                          Sip on refreshing cocktails                                          Nibble on our tasty hor d’oeuvres                                          Calm your sweet enamel by sampling sweet treats                                          Make new buddies and/or chill with old people                                                Vendor/Exhibitor Opportunities Available: of client acquisitions, females may be in charge of 83percent, that averages about 3.7 trillion bucks in spending. Organizations that aggressively target ladies customers report significant earnings development, wouldn't you need somewhat little bit of that? You understand these ladies are prepared to spend and you also know you need to be there! Simply click for the vendor/exhibitor application!   To Find Out More mail or call 240-681-9501  

at The Clarion Hotel-Oxon Hill
6400 Oxon Hill Path
Oxon Hill, Usa

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December 28th, 2015

Occasion on 2016-02-06 20:00:00

9th Annual Houston Brazilian Carnaval of Peace & appreciate – providing gents and ladies Collectively!!
Mardi Gras Brazilian Style Celebration!!

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 06, 2016 from 8pm – 2am

2811 Washington Ave, Houston, TX 77007
21 and over


Axe-Samba-Pagode-Samba Enredo-Marchinhas and many other things….

DJ CASSIO DUARTE – with Sambayou Drummers

Live Percussion with BATALA Band DRUMMERS

LIVE VIDEO simulcasting direct  from Rio Parade on primary Lounge HDTV'S.

Lounge (Hughes Hangar principal Room)
The Lounge could be the epicenter for all celebrations. This is actually the 5,000 sqft main space in which friends can enjoy design empowered by Love & Peace Carnaval.

Hughes Hangar Covered terrace
Lounge is a considerable 3,000 sqft covered patio component that could move the visitors to Rio de Janeiro roads. Rich colors of white and purple set the tone with this specific 12 months occasion. Private cabanas, real-time music & film feed from primary room.
Food Offering regarding the terrace will be available.
Lounge (The De Gaulle Venue)
The De Gaulles embraces some Elegant Lounge having its sophisticated design, glamorous lighting, defiant red colorization schemes, and austere chandeliers. Dance, Pop-Latin, and Top 40 all on a video synced broadcast.


at Hughes Hangar
2811 Washington Ave
Houston, US

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November 15th, 2015

Occasion on 2015-12-11 20:15:00
– xmas in Vienna – The good thing about Innsbruck – The Charm of Salzburg wish to travel to Austria for the holiday breaks? Prepared to toast in the season into the backyard of Mozart, Schubert and Strauss? Celebrate the holidays with us in just one of the most exciting venues in DC; – Austrian wines, Austrian food, Viennese Waltzing Demos, Lessons and More! – assist subscribe to the model drive with Toys for Tots by bringing an unwrapped doll with you. As you enter this incredible Embassy, you will be transported to 1 of the very most admired countries on the planet. Don your absolute best clothes and become transported to 1 of the very most beautiful and admired countries in most of European countries even as we gather the glory of Old Austria aided by the attraction of Modern Western Europe. From the music regarding the Austrians master composers to a late-night European style DJ playing your chosen hits, this Austrian Ball has one thing for everybody. Also, look for Santa. This occasion is good for both partners and singles alike and we expect a sellout market of young professionals to this grand event. FEATURING: 1) SPECIAL CAROLERS GREETING: Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted by getaway carolers performing Christmas, Chanukah and Seasonal Favorites to help you get in to the nature (both in English and Italian). 2) AUSTRIAN GETAWAY BUFFET: feel the exquisite Austrian holiday treats as present a few of the finest Restaurants and bakeries in all of Austria, including Compote of Summer Fruits With Tyrolean Cinnamon Sauce Liptauer Cheese with Vegetables and Rye Bread a range of Austrian Sausages on a Bed of Sauerkraut with Caraway and Apple Zurcher Fingerling Potato Salad Sweet and Sour Cucumber and Radish Salad the Rich Beef Gulasch with Noodles Sour Cream and Dill Black Forest Ravioli with Alpine Mushrooms in a Rich Butter, Herb and Cheese Sauce Carinthia Grilled Chicken with Spicy Apricot Chutney on a Bed of Garden Greens (note this menu is subject to small modification of comparable or higher quality) 3) AUSTRIAN/HOLIDAY OPEN BAR: Partake in a complete evening of an open club comprising the of the best wines and beers based in the most useful associated with the Austrian vineyards! Bar comprises of Wine, Beer and Non alcohol consumption. 4) VACATION BALLROOM DANCING: An 18th Century European Winter Ball Setting! Waltz toward noises of Strauss, Mozart, Lehar, Waldteufel, Stolz and others performed. We will also feature other ballroom dances for true enthusiasts. (8:30 p.m. to 10:30  p.m.) 5) VIENNESE MUSICAL AND DANCE PRESENTATION: using center stage for a 20 moment presentation, wearing pure Viennese style, we’ll marvel at a fantastic waltz presentation set toward Blue Danube and/or Emperor’s Waltz by Strauss. 6) BALLROOM DANCE LESSON AND GRAND MARCH: neighborhood Ballroom Dance Masters will be readily available on ball. They are going to lead you in the Grand March to your famous Radetzky March of Johann Strauss Sr. They will additionally l show a lovely Viennese waltz before offering a special refresher party lesson. 7) AUSTRIAN NIGHTCLUB: inside latter part of the night, we are going to look at the greatest Austrian nightclubs as Washington, D.C.’s greatest D.J.s deliver united states top in retro, swing, salsa and top 40 dancing – European style! 8) AUSTRIAN GETAWAY PASTRIES: If you ever strolled through an Austrian marketplace and looked into the store windows you can’t assist but be tempted by those delectable desserts, and we’ll ask them to for you really to enjoy tonight also: linzer tortes, hazelnut tortes, Viennese apple tarts, Austrian white and chocolate brown florentines, and bittersweet Austrian chocolate squares dusted with confectioner’s sugar. Enjoy a late night buffet of the tantalizing Austrian delights, all as though chosen through the best pastry stores in Austria. 9) AUSTRIAN FILM: For your potential traveling and cultural interests, enjoy an optional viewing of scenery, culture and folks of Austria. 10) CHARITY TOY DRIVE with TOYS FOR TOTS: Help united states spread joy to kiddies in 2010. A marine representative from Toys for Tots would be readily available for collection. Please bring a fresh, unwrapped doll. 11) DIPLOMATIC GREETING: Meet some of Austria’s top diplomats who’ll be invivted welcome you to the embassy and celebrate christmas with you. 12) WIN A VACATION TO CANCUN: On top of every thing, we will brighten one lucky attendees holidays more once we have a drawing for someone to win a trip (airplane and hotel) to Cancun! 13) …AND A TRIP with SANTA: Santa comes to simply take photos and to inform you of just how he’s celebrated in Austria! (Note: We will be providing Waltz Dance Lessons a couple of days before this occasion) ATTIRE: Black Tie Optional

at Austrian Embassy
3524 International Court NW
Washington, United States

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Mt. Veeder ~ Holiday Celebration

November 9th, 2015

Mt. Veeder ~ Getaway Celebration
Event on 2015-12-05 13:00:00
It’s probably the most wonderful time of the year…treat yourself to the wines from 10 Mt. Veeder wineries at the Mt. Veeder ~ Holiday Celebration! Saturday, December 5 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. V Wine Cellar, 6525 Washington Street, Yountville BUY TICKETS at or call 707-266-129[…]


at Yountville Community Hall
6516 Yount St.
Yountville, United States

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Maggie’s Music Celebration The New 12 Months Featuring Maggie Sansone, Robin Bullock & Special Guests

September 3rd, 2015

Maggie’s Music Celebration For The New 12 Months Featuring Maggie Sansone, Robin Bullock & Special Guests
Event on 2016-01-03 17:00:00
This event is 21 and over
Maggie's Music

Don’t miss the 11th Annual Maggie’s Music New Year Concert! This exciting double billing along with Robin Bullock also contains special guests become announced soon! A favorite annual event at Rams directly Stage, the performers will need you on a thrilling musical journey toward core regarding the Celtic and American music while they weave a magical spell with virtuoso shows sure to delight and amaze!

Maggie Sansone is a WAMMIE champion (Washington region Music Association) and owner of Maggie's Music featured on CBS TV "Sunday Morning ." She actually is heard on Fiona Ritchie's The Thistle & Shamrock ( NPR) whom stated "Maggie's Music is a gathering place of much Celtic-rooted and inspired acoustic music in USA".

at Rams Head on Phase
33 West Street
Annapolis, United States

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Gina’s 50th Birthday Celebration (Fifty and Fabulous) Honoring Gina Williams

April 28th, 2015

Gina’s 50th special birthday (Fifty and Fabulous) Honoring Gina Williams
Occasion on 2015-07-25 13:00:00

Please join us for Gina's 50th Birthday Celebration!

The Special day is July 25, 2015 at 1:00p.m. into the afternoon.   For all those via away from city, we hope you are able to invest some time enjoying the town while visiting with us! 


2941 the most celebrated restaurants in metropolitan area. The restaurant is nestled within the heart of Falls Church, VA surrounded by lush landscaping, koi ponds, waterfalls, world-class artwork, and a lakeside view. Following its change from a unique event fine dining place to a bustling upscale casual dining experience in 2012, award-winning Executive Chef Bertrand Chemel and Pastry Chef Caitlin Dysart infuse sweet and savory excellence to their contemporary United states food accented with bold French and Mediterranean tastes. Known as by Washingtonian Magazine in 2014 as a 100 Very Best Restaurant, Northern Virginia Magazine in 2013 among the Top 50 most readily useful Restaurants, by Eater DC as a 38 Essential Washington Restaurant, to name a few accolades, 2941 continues to charm gourmands with its advanced yet relaxed ambiance, outstanding service, and inventive food.

Hotel Accomodation's

(Mention your participatin with Gina's 50th Celebration)

to obtain the negotiated rate at the:

Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park

3111 Fairview Park Drive, Falls Church, VA 22042

Room Speed:  Standard Place – .00

Date:  July 24 – 25, 2015

Check-in: 4:00 PM

Check-out: 12:00 PM


Cut-Off Date for spaces: June 30, 2015

2941 Resturant
Falls Church, United States

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