Washington Chorus Season Opener Premieres New Work from Music Director Julian Wachner
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Three hard-rocking bands take the stage at The Fillmore to pay tribute to the Kings of Hollywood: Guns N' Roses, Mötley Crüe and Poison. Slash and Axl may never get back together, but with Guns N' Roses tribute band Appetite for Destruction's dead-on looks, from Axl's kilt to Slash's signature top hat and veil of black hair, accompanying note-for-note renditions of G N' R hits like "Sweet Child of Mine" and "Welcome to the Jungle," you'll think it's 1991 all over again. For the past 15 years, the band has been selling out venues throughout the Northeast, twice sharing the stage with ex-Guns N' Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke. Also performing will be Red, White and Crue and Poisn'd. Learn More
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“Exhilarating… Music Director Julian Wachner knows how to draw maximum drama from a score.” —The Washington Post
Marie-Ève Munger, soprano
Arianna Zukerman, soprano
Arnold Rawls, tenor
David Kravitz, baritone
The Washington Chorus opens its 51st season with the Washington premiere of a major new work by Music Director Julian Wachner, an acclaimed composer with over 100 published works.
“Come, My Dark-Eyed One” combines passionate and dramatic music with poetry by Sarah Teasdale, e.e. cummings, John Clare, Emily Dickinson, Alfred Tennyson and famed Turkik poet Ali-Shir Nava’i whose poem forms the core and title of the work. It speaks of two lovers’ lives and how that great love transcends death itself.