Lunchtime Lecture Series: Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park
Event on 2016-10-05 12:00:00
Come learn more about the National Park Service’s role as warden of historical locations. This Wednesday lunchtime lecture series spotlights several Park Service sites in greater Washington, DC that reflect significant people and places associated with African American history.
Robert T. Parker, superintendent of Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park, will evoke the life and times of the woman who risked her life on the Underground Railroad rescuing African Americans from slavery and scouted for the Union Army during the Civil War. The National Historical Park is located in Cambridge, Maryland.
at National Postal Museum
2 Massachusetts Avenue NE
Washington, United States
YCAT Lunchtime Concert
Event on 2014-04-01 13:00:00
This concert will be approximately one hour in duration with no interval.
Violin Sonata in Eb Op. 18
About this concert
Bartosz Woroch’s engagements this season include performances of Prokofiev’s Concerto No. 2 in London and with Sinfonia Cymru, and Berg’s Chamber Concerto at the Poznan Spring Festival with the Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2014 he makes his USA debut at The Phillips Collection in Washington.
Young Classical Artists Trust (Reg. Charity No. 326490)
YCAT is grateful for support from the Paul Woodhouse Fund and the Anthony Nesbitt Fund for this series
at Wigmore Hall
36 Wigmore Street
City of London, United Kingdom
News at Noon: New lunchtime concerts at northern Va airport
WASHINGTON (AP) – As travelers hurried through Terminal C at Reagan National Airport one day this month, something unusual caught their attention, prompting a mix of confusion and amusement.
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New lunchtime concert series at DC airports
KAFIA A. HOSH The Washington Post WASHINGTON As travelers hurried through Terminal C at Reagan National Airport one day this month, something unusual caught their attention, prompting a mix of confusion and amusement. The diversion was Christylez Bacon, who was playing the string guitar and African drum, while beat-boxing in a unique form of hip-hop. His 75-minute jam session was part of a new …
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