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WHCO SEASON FINALE: SCHUMANN, NEGRON & WHITTAKER at Fort Washington Collegiate Church

Our season concludes with Robert Schumann’s 2nd Symphony, Angélica Negron’s “What Keeps Me Awake,” and a new violin concerto by Chris Whittaker. Followed by a post-concert reception for Friends of WHCO

 

WHCO Presents THE CONNECTING VINE: LEGACY OF NADIA BOULANGER at Fort Washington Collegiate Church

In collaboration with Suite Française and Dr. Philip Lasser, we present a special salon lecture-concert on the profound and lasting influence of one of the greatest musical pedagogues of the 20th century, Nadia Boulanger. The Strings of WHCO will take you inside works by Bach, Ravel, David Diamond, Philip Lasser, and more.

 

WHCO Presents The Mighty Cacophonous Orchestrasauras at Fort Washington Collegiate Church

Join us for a morning of music-making and discovery! Students in Kindergarten through 5th grade are our honored guests for an interactive adventure to tame The Mighty Cacophonous Orchestrasauras and learn what makes the orchestra such an amazing creature! All are welcome! Tickets available in January.

WHCO Presents A Thousand Cranes at Fort Washington Collegiate Church

The strings of the WHCO perform music inspired by Japan and Japanese-American composers. The concert features works by Kenji Bunch, Toru Takemitsu, Karen Tanaka and Christopher Theofanidis. After the concert, Friends of WHCO enjoy a food and saké tasting courtesy of Tampopo Ramen. Bunch: Supermaximum, Takemitsu: Requiem, Tanaka: Dreamscape, Theofanidis: A Thousand Cranes.