Gay Men's Chorus of Washington Sings About Seven Deadly Sins
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The last date listed for Seven was Sunday June 2, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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In the States, he's best known for his stirring vocals on Peter Gabriel's 1986 ballad "In Your Eyes." But in his native Senegal, Youssou N'Dour is regarded as a national treasure. He's been dubbed "one of the most beloved artists in the entire continent of Africa" by Rolling Stone, he's served as the country's culture minister and he even made a run for the presidential seat in 2012. N'Dour's signature Grammy-winning sound blends traditional Senegalese mbalax dance rhythms with hip-hop, jazz and Latin beats. The internationally-celebrated singer, composer and percussionist has performed with artists like Paul Simon, Tracy Chapman and Sting and has been the subject of two music-minded documentaries. He'll bring four decades' worth of musical expertise and globe-trotting experiences to the stage. Learn More
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The June 2 show will be sign interpreted.
About the Ticket Supplier: Gay Men's Chorus of WashingtonFounded in 1981, the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington (GMCW) strives to entertain through excellent musical performance, to affirm the place of gay people in society and to educate about the gay experience.
The more than 270 members of GMCW perform concerts, appear at community events, and sponsor two smaler ensembles. GMCW has won a number of awards, including the prestigious Mayor's Arts Award for artistic excellence and four Washington Area Music Association's WAMMIE awards.