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The Key of Life: 18th Street Singers Spring Concert

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Luther Place Memorial Church

1226 Vermont Avenue Northwest

Washington, DC 20005

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Join the 18th Street Singers in their annual spring concert, The Key of Life, which showcases themes of love, loss, faith, and social justice. Featuring a variety of genres, including traditional and contemporary classical, spirituals, pop music, and more, the 18th Street Singers will highlight the shared feelings, moments, and reflections we all experience, no matter our differences.

Highlights will include the D.C. premiere of "What do you think I fought for at Omaha Beach?" by Melissa Dunphy, as well as songs by Imogen Heap, Dave Matthews Band, Emilie Sande, Eric Whitacre, and Bach.

The 18th Street Singers are proud to perform a movement from the acclaimed "Seven Last Words of the Unarmed" by Joel Thompson, and an arrangement of "Glory" from the motion picture Selma, as performed by the University of Michigan Men's Glee Club.

Don't miss D.C.'s premier choral ensemble for young professionals in one of their most poignant and powerful concerts to date.

**Casual dress is encouraged**


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Luther Place Memorial Church

1226 Vermont Avenue Northwest

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