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Musical Evening Series: Ariel Quartet with Roger Tapping

Musical Evening Series: Ariel Quartet with Roger Tapping

Friday, January 28 at 8 p.m.

Presented in Partnership with the Embassy of Israel

The Ariel Quartet has performed extensively in Israel, Europe, and North America, at such venues as the Musée du Louvre in Paris, Kaisersaal in Frankfurt (“…a tour de force…” –Frankfurter Allgemeine), Neue Galerie in New York City, and Jordan Hall in Boston. Master violist Roger Tapping, a member of the Grammy-Award winning Takács Quartet for 10 years, joins the group for the performance of a Mozart quintet.

Program: Beethoven, String Quartet in D Major, Op. 18, No. 3; Alban Berg, String Quartet,Op. 3; Mozart, Viola Quintet in D Major, K. 593 with Roger Tapping.

Fore more information, please visit http://programs.corcoran.org/products/musical-evening-series-ariel-quartet-with-roger-tapping.

Gallery West Presents the 14th National Show

Gallery West Presents the 14th National Show

From Susan La Mont:

Gallery West is proud to present The 14th National Show, juried this year by popular Washington D.C. artist/blogger F. Lennox Campello.

Campello’s show statement:

Don't Miss the "Most Fun Art Fundraiser" in DC!

Don't Miss the "Most Fun Art Fundraiser" in DC!

Don't miss out on the best art fundraiser in DC! The Patrons’ Show is an experience that's part fundraiser, part block party, and totally fun. It's The Art League’s biggest fundraising event of the year, and it provides seasoned art collectors and newcomers alike with the great opportunity to acquire quality works of fine art at a bargain price while supporting a non-profit organization and community of artists. For each ticket drawn, ticket-holders go home with a work of art valued anywhere from $175 to upwards of thousands of dollars. Tickets, $175 each, will go on sale Saturday, January 15, 2011 at 10:00 am in The Art League Gallery, 105 North Union Street, Alexandria, VA.

Target Gallery’s Mixing Bowl examines Immigration & Diversity in America

Target Gallery’s Mixing Bowl examines Immigration & Diversity in America

From Mary Cook of the Torpedo Factory:

The Perfect, Last Minute Gift Idea

The Perfect, Last Minute Gift Idea

If you’re still searching for the perfect holiday gift for someone on your shopping list, consider encouraging someone to discover his or her creative side through the gift of an artistic experience.

Attend the Red Carpet Premiere of Collide

Attend the Red Carpet Premiere of Collide

Collide, the new motion picture from DMV filmmaker Master June Daguiso, will premiere this Sunday at the Burke Theater. Collide is the latest action film from the Virginia resident and martial arts expert, who also stars. The movie tells the story of three criminals from different cultures whose paths inexorably cross in the U.S. Although an indie film, Collide has been three years in the making and was partially shot on location in El Salvador.

Collide will have its red carpet premiere this Sunday December 19 with showings at 11AM and 2PM. As of this writing, the 11AM showing is nearly sold out. Tickets are $15, but contact me for info on how to get in for half price.

The Art League’s Suzanne Bethel Receives “Superstar” Award from ACVA

The Art League’s Suzanne Bethel Receives “Superstar” Award from ACVA

On Friday, December 10 at the historic Athenaeum in Old Town Alexandria, members of the Alexandria Convention and Visitors Association (ACVA) gathered for the Tourism Marketing Forum and Holiday Social. The main purpose of the event was to announce the 2010 ACVA “Superstars” – five individuals in the ACVA business community who have done an outstanding job throughout the year working with the ACVA.