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American Youth Philharmonic Orchestras
AYPO is a youth orchestra program that strives to provide excellent instruction to the next generation of music leaders and educators in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Students receive trai...
Amadeus Concerts
Amadeus Concerts inspires a community of classical music lovers in the Washington, D.C., area through up-close performances by professional musicians, educational outreach, and mentoring for young ...
Acting For Young People
Since 1997, Acting For Young People has provided actors of all ages with professional-level training in a supportive and fun environment. Through this training, our actors develop skills that will ...
1st Stage Theatre
1st Stage Theatre is an award-winning professional theatre in the heart of Tysons, Virginia. The company serves as a cultural hub for the community producing first-rate theatrical productions as we...
Next Reflex Dance Collective
Next Reflex Dance Collective was founded by Roxann Morgan Rowley and Erika Surma in 2007.  An award winning modern dance company based in Northern Virginia, NRDC has been presented throughout th...
Keyboard Conversations® with Jeffrey Siegel: Mu...
Become a classical music insider with virtuoso pianist Jeffrey Siegel. Popular with classical music lovers and newcomers alike, his unique “concerts with commentary” format gives the story behind t...
Frank Brannon
Frank Brannon, a native of East Tennessee, lives in Fairfax, Virginia. He is a graduate of the MFA in the Book Arts Program at the University of Alabama and is proprietor of SpeakEasy Press. A memb...
Fairfax Irish Festival
24th Annual Fairfax Irish Folk Festival returns to the Sherwood Center, on Lee Highway, on Saturday, October 5. Family-friendly, fully accessible, free parking, rain or shine. Admission $10 individ...
Caroline Weinroth
Caroline Weinroth is a musician, writer, and arts advocate from Fairfax, Virginia. She is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing, with a concentration in Poetry, at George Mason ...
Washington Balalaika Society
The Washington Balalaika Society, a community-based orchestra of 60 musicians, was founded in 1988 by eight musicians who wanted to study the instruments of a Russian folk orchestra, the balalaika ...
New Dominion Chorale to present "Biblical Scene...
New Dominion Chorale will present a concert of sacred music on Sunday, November 3, 2019, at 4:00 p.m. at Saint Luke Catholic Church, 7001 Georgetown Pike in McLean, Virginia. The concert will be co...
Bridget Anthony-Hlioui
Bridget Anthony-Hlioui’s art is a journey to find solace and connection that often features simplicity through complexity. She creates art in a variety of mediums including mixed media, painting, p...
Vienna-Falls Chorus
Vienna-Falls is a performing and competing chorus for women of all ages. If you like to sing, enjoy musical harmony, choreographed dance, applause, stage performance, and the excitement of competit...
Fairfax Symphony Orchestra
Since its inception in 1957 the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra has had dual passions — to be a leading artistic voice on the concert stage and to take its knowledge, artistry, and commitment to the gre...
Metropolitan School of the Arts
Metropolitan School of the Arts inspires students to discover, develop and share their passion for the performing arts. Our divisions include: The Academy: A cutting edge secondary school for you...
Choralis
About Choralis The Choralis Foundation was established by Artistic Director Gretchen Kuhrmann in 2000 to nurture a passion for choral music through excellent choral performances, professional devel...
Public Art Reston
Public Art Reston's mission is to inspire an ongoing commitment to public art and create a new generation of public artworks in Reston. It imagines public art throughout Reston that inspires the co...
Philanthropy/Nonprofit Consultant
A Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) with extensive experience in the arts, Melanie Wolfe provides counsel on capacity building through fundraising, board development, communications, and stra...
Workhouse Arts Center
Our History The Occoquan Workhouse opened in 1910 in Lorton, VA and served as the prison for the District of Columbia until it was closed in 2001. The property was purchased by Fairfax County in J...
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