International School of Music Honor Students to perform at the Kennedy Center

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International School of Music Honor Students to perform at the Kennedy Center

We are pleased to announce the International School of Music’s debut at the prestigious Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater on Friday, 12/21 at 7:30pm.

Showcasing some of its most talented students, the International School of Music will be featuring performances on a wide variety of instruments and showcasing many musical styles. This eclectic recital will include solos in piano, voice, guitar, violin, and cello, as well as ensemble pieces featuring the flute choir, piano trios, string quartets, guitar ensembles, and a fiddle band.

The Terrace Theater is the busiest theater within The Kennedy Center, hosting up to 180 performances each year ranging from music, jazz, dance, film, lectures, and more. Importantly, it also serves as a primary space through which the Center welcomes local arts groups and its artistic constituents, including WPA, Opera Lafayette, and many more.

The Terrace Theater, which holds 490 seats, recently underwent a $21.8 million renovation, and has been completely transformed with hand-crafted, curved wood paneling that invokes the materials and build of stringed instruments.  All materials were selected to enhance the acoustic integrity of the space, including seating, carpet, and the wood paneling.

We invite you to join us for our debut and hear some of our most talented students! To purchase tickets for our 12/21 performance the Terrace Theater, you can go directly to the Kennedy Center website.

The International School of Music, with two locations, in Bethesda and Potomac, MD, offers one of the finest programs in the country. Its award-winning faculty is dedicated to providing the best music education through individually tailored instruction for each student.

For more information about our program or to purchase tickets for this performance, call 301-365-5888 or email us at info@ismw.org

 

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