Venue Details

21 Star Starred
Sixth & I Historic Synagogue
600 I Street NW Washington, DC 20001
202-408-3100
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Member Tips

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Web site for Sixth & I Synagogue indicates casual dress is OK.
info Jun 15 2012 star this tip starred
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N/a: historic worship space--food and drink not permitted inside
info Jun 15 2012 star this tip starred
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Easily accessible via Metro. Parking more challenging, but possible
info Jun 15 2012 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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4.8 average rating
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28 events
13 reviews
5 stars
attended Jun 13 2012

This was a really pleasant concert. Enough variety to show varied aspects of the mandalin. A very unique artist. Thanks to WPAS for presenting the artist.

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1 events
1 review
0 stars
attended Jun 13 2012

Three friends and I attended the performance by Mr, Avital with high expectations and he exceeded them. Incredibly light touch on the mandolin, yet speed and warmth with... continued

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More Information

Website

http://www.wpas.org/calendar/view.aspx?id=2065

Description

On the Program:

Vivaldi: Concerto for Mandolin (lute) in D Major RV 93

       

Bach: Concerto in D minor, BWV 1052 (Originally for harpsichord)

       

Beethoven: Andante con Variazioni

       

Bach: Concerto in G minor BWV 1056 (Originally for harpsichord)

       

Piazzolla: Otono Porteno (Arr. for mandolin and string quartet)

About the Ticket Supplier: Washington Performing Arts Society

For 40 years Washington Performing Arts Society has created profound opportunities by 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, WPAS invites all to share lifelong opportunities to deepen their cultural knowledge, enrich their lives, and expand their understanding of the world through the universal language of the performing arts.

Established in 1965 by impresario Patrick Hayes, the organization flourished under Douglas Wheeler from 1982 to 2002. Now with the inspired leadership of President Neale Perl, Washington Performing Arts Society continues to be widely recognized as one of the leading presenters of the performing arts in the nation.