San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us for an eventful night of music and networking with talented instrumentalists who have made the Mid-Atlantic region their home! Special guests include Musicians of Mercy, The MusicianShip, and The National Association of Negro Musicians. Artists will have an opportunity to showcase their work and all musicians are welcome to participate in an open jam session during the final hour.
This event is sold out. Please email DMVMusiciansUnited@gmail.com to be placed on the RSVP wait list. Donations are encouraged and will benefit music based non-profit organizations.
Don't miss out on this great opportunity to connect with the regions best composers, entrepreneurs, musicians and teaching artists!
When & Where
Washington Performing Arts
For more than four decades, Washington Performing Arts has created profound opportunities for connecting the community to artists, in both education and performance. Through live events in venues that criss-cross the landscape of the D.C. metropolitan area, the careers of emerging artists are guided, and established artists who have a close relationship with local audiences are invited to return. In this way, the space between artists and audiences is eliminated, so that all may share life-long opportunities to deepen their cultural knowledge, enrich their lives, and expand their understanding and compassion for the world through the universal language of the arts.
Washington Performing Arts is one of the leading presenters in the nation. The organization’s inherent belief in the complete spectrum of the arts is revealed in performances of the highest quality, including classical music, jazz, gospel, contemporary dance, international music and art forms, and works that bend genres in provocative ways. The commissioning of world premieres on local stages to support artists’ creativity is critical to the mission of Washington Performing Arts. Dynamic education programs in the schools and beyond are a hallmark of the institution. Set in the nation’s capital and reflecting a population that hails from around the globe, these abundant offerings both ground us in the great heritages of the world, and allow our imaginations to fly, evoking fresh perspectives on life.
Washington Performing Arts was honored by President Barack Obama with a 2012 National Medal of Arts for bringing world-class performances to our nation’s capital, becoming only the fourth D.C.-based arts group and the first arts presenter of its kind to be so honored. Washington Performing Arts also received the 2012 Mayor's Arts Award for Excellence in Service to the Arts.