Are you a fan of classical music? Well, then, rejoice! Live music has returned, and the spring season is in complete swing. This article will give you a bird’s-eye view of the season’s brightest highlights, but there’s a lot more to offer in-store this spring season.
Classical Concerts at DC
Below are some of the classical music events that will surely soothe your soul. Check these out and make your way to the DC to listen to them!
Returning to St. Mark’s Church on Capitol Hill, the Folger Shakespeare Library, one of the oldest music ensemble-in-residence, wants to give a good taste of spring concerts. On March 4-6, they’ll be playing music from the legendary “Viennese School” – Maximilian I’s court concentrating on compositions of Ludwig Senfl, a composer during the 16th century.
With a complete production of Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro,” the group comes back. The regionally traveling performance will debut on March 25-27 in Norfolk; followed on April 1 and 3 in Richmond’s Carpenter Theatre and on April 9-10 at the Fairfax’s George Mason University Center for the Arts.
Great numbers of in-person tickets are already sold out in January for the Phillips Collection’s spring performances. However, the museum compensated for the small capacity storage of the Music Room by live-streaming each of its Sunday Concerts.