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Jan
5
Sun
‘A Tale of Four Cities’– New York, Paris, Venice and Washington, Photographs by Frank Van Riper @ Waverly Street Gallery
Jan 5 – Feb 8 all-day
‘A Tale of Four Cities’-- New York, Paris, Venice and Washington, Photographs by Frank Van Riper @ Waverly Street Gallery |  |  |

Journalist and documentary photographer Frank Van Riper has spent decades traveling across the country, and many parts of the world, telling stories: first in words and now in words and photographs. Waverly Street Gallery in Bethesda will host a retrospective solo show for this award-winning artist: ‘A Tale of Four Cities’ featuring his images and text from the past 50 years of New York, Paris, Venice as well as Washington, DC.

Jan
12
Sun
Polyhymnia Chamber Chorus — Winter 2020 concerts @ Paint Branch Unitarian Universalist Church
Jan 12 @ 3:00 pm
Polyhymnia Chamber Chorus -- Winter 2020 concerts @ Paint Branch Unitarian Universalist Church |  |  |

Polyhymnia Chamber Chorus Winter 2020 concerts will feature a capella part-songs by Franz Joseph Haydn, French Chansons from the 16th and 20th Centuries by Pierre de Manchicourt and Jean Langlais, Songs of Springtime by British composer E.J. Moeran, and Three Nonsense Songs on poems by Edward Lear, composed by Matyas Seiber.

Jan
18
Sat
Polyhymnia Chamber Chorus — Winter 2020 concerts @ Immanuel Presbyterian Church
Jan 18 @ 8:00 pm
Polyhymnia Chamber Chorus -- Winter 2020 concerts @ Immanuel Presbyterian Church

Polyhymnia Chamber Chorus Winter 2020 concerts will feature a capella part-songs by Franz Joseph Haydn, French Chansons from the 16th and 20th Centuries by Pierre de Manchicourt and Jean Langlais, Songs of Springtime by British composer E.J. Moeran, and Three Nonsense Songs on poems by Edward Lear, composed by Matyas Seiber.

Jan
19
Sun
Polyhymnia Chamber Chorus — Winter 2020 concerts @ St. Paul's Lutheran Church
Jan 19 @ 2:30 pm
Polyhymnia Chamber Chorus -- Winter 2020 concerts @ St. Paul's Lutheran Church |  |  |

Polyhymnia Chamber Chorus Winter 2020 concerts will feature a capella part-songs by Franz Joseph Haydn, French Chansons from the 16th and 20th Centuries by Pierre de Manchicourt and Jean Langlais, Songs of Springtime by British composer E.J. Moeran, and Three Nonsense Songs on poems by Edward Lear, composed by Matyas Seiber.

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