FREE Chamber Concert by the Friday Morning Music Club December 11, 2012
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 12:00 PM (EST)
Washington, United States
The Friday Morning Music Club and Dumbarton House
are excited to present
Music circa 1800
December 11, 2012 beginning at 12pm
Bach, Johann Sebastian: Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001. Bonnie Resnick, violin.
Guiliani, Mauro: Gran Duetto Concertante, Op. 52. Yvonne Kocur, flute; Patrick Fritz (guest), guitar.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Quartet in C Major, K.V. 465, “Dissonant” . Connie Milner and Jean Provine, violins; Grace Boeringer, viola; Douglas Wolters, violoncello.
Program subject to change.
Dumbarton House is handicapped accessible, and there is limited parking behind the garden at 27th & Q Streets, NW. Groups are welcome. Seats are first come, first serve.
Dumbarton House is a Federal period historic house museum, ca. 1800, whose historic structure and collection are preserved to educate the public about life in Washington, D.C, during the early years of the Republic. The museum features an extensive collection of Federal-era decorative arts, paintings and furniture, and is the only fully-furnished Federal house museum open to the public in Washington. Dumbarton House serves as the headquarters of The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America (www.nscda.org), a women’s organization that actively promotes our national heritage through historic preservation, patriotic service and educational projects. The life and times of Dumbarton House resident (1804-1813), Joseph Nourse, is the interpretive focus; Nourse served as first Register of the U.S. Treasury under six U.S. presidents and is known as “America’s First Civil Servant.” Dumbarton House is accredited by the American Association of Museums. The museum hosts a variety of public events and programs, as well as private rental events. www.DumbartonHouse.org
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