NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC MUSIC THAT RENEWS: AMERICAN ROOTS Music That Renews: American Roots, led by NatPhil’s own concertmaster Laura Colgate alongside NatPhil chamber players, welcomes the arrival of Spring and the cherry blossoms with music by American composers Valerie Coleman, Florence Price, Samuel Barber, Amy Beach, Jerod Tate, and George Gershwin.
AN ODE TO DC IN SPRINGTIME CELEBRATION SHOW PRESENTED BY EVENTS DC Pop the popcorn and gather with the family to watch this hour-long television extravaganza celebrating the sights and sounds of DC in springtime. The Celebration Show will premier online on Gather by Events DC (gatherthedistrict.com.com/cherry-blossoms-celebration) on Friday, April 9 at 8 PM; locally […]
11th st bridge park presents Anacostia river festival We usually celebrate together but this year the 11th Street Bridge Park is excited to announce our virtual festival: Anacostia Park: Past, Present & Future! Tune in to the 11th Street Bridge Park’s Website on April 10th and 11th to enjoy a word from our community/ partners, […]
Freer and Sackler, Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art PRESENTS Look & Listen: Japanese Art and Music Explore traditional Japanese views of nature and the seasons through the music of the shakuhachi (bamboo flute) and beautiful paintings and woodblock prints from the museum’s collections. Event Link.
SAKURA SUNDAY Sakura Sunday at National Harbor will feature a wide array of free cultural activities including Japanese inspired art creation, culinary classes, in person or virtual, and much more to be announced. More to come soon! Previous Next CLOSEST METRO Southern Avenue
THE JAPAN-AMERICA SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON DC’s Sakura Matsuri – Virtual Community Gathering Join Japan-America Society of Washington DC for the Sakura Matsuri – Virtual Community Gathering. Enjoy stage performances and the opportunity to interact live with many of your favorite Sakura Matsuri exhibitors, vendors and participants! PRODUCED BY
START THE FESTIVAL SEASON WITH US! OPENING CEREMONY IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE JAPAN FOUNDATION The National Cherry Blossom Festival’s signature Opening Ceremony, an artistic celebration of the 1912 gift of trees from Tokyo to Washington, D.C., and an annual tribute to the longstanding friendship between Japan and the United States, will be live streamed on […]
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