Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Plays Nelson, Curtis & Rachmaninoff
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The last date listed for Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic: Nelson, Curtis, Rachmaninoff was Sunday February 9, 2014 / 3:00pm.
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Online dating, cats, Scrabble, dietary supplements, Canada -- the list of topics covered in comedian Matt Graham's autobiographical one-man show This Too Shall Suck reads like the index for a random and strange encyclopedia. That might be because Graham has had a rather random and strange life. A stand-up comic who once shared an apartment with fellow comedians Marc Maron and David Cross, Graham was a writer on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Saturday Night Live before eventually quitting stand-up. He went on to a successful career playing Scrabble professionally (no joke), among other pursuits. With Suck, Graham returns to performing on stage, telling the hilarious and engaging story of his life thus far. Learn More
- Ron Nelson: Savannah River Holiday
- Stanley Curtis: Night Passages for Trumpet and Orchestra (World Premiere) with Stanley Curtis, Trumpet
- Sergei Rachmaninoff: Symphony No. 1
There will be a pre-concert discussion with Dr. Stanley Curtis and Dr. Stephen Bertino at 2:15pm.
This is $9 Discount parking for the concert at the Colonial Parking Garage next to the church (regular price $16).