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March 29- Teatro Lirico of DC: Baroque Treasures from Peru and Europe

Baroque Treasures from Peru and Europe, presented by Teatro Lirico of DC
Sunday, March 29, 5:00PM

Tickets: Purchase tickets at www.teatroliricodc.com or call: 202-360-3514
Teatro Lirico of DC presents an exciting new program that celebrates the music scene of 18th century Peru where Old World met New World in dramatic fashion. Featuring music from the court, the streets and the church, this concert includes pieces by Italian, Spanish and native Peruvian composers associated with the Vice-Royalty of Peru. Acclaimed chorus director Thomas Colohan, whose work with the Washington Master Chorale has been described as “skillfully wrought and moving” by The Washington Post, leads a talented cast of Baroque artists. Be transported by this varied program of baroque arias, dances and Roque Ceruti’s sublime “Mass from Lima”.
This program is produced in partnership with The Embassy of Peru and the Peruvian Mission to the OAS.

March 20: Concert with Guitarist David Russell, presented by the Levine School of Music

Friday, March 20, 8:00 pm- Levine School of Music: Concert with Guitarist David Russell
Tickets: 
Purchase tickets online or call 202-686-8000 for more information.

March 22- The Episcopal Way

The Episcopal Way
Sundays in Lent, 12:45- 1:45 pm
Denominational affiliation is becoming less and less a factor in church participation. Still, however, it is critical to be informed about the basic principals of The Episcopal Church, because they are the structure and framework of our church life. Eric Law and Stephanie Spellers wrote The Episcopal Way as Volume 1 of the Church’s Teachings for a Changing World. Law and Spellers’ work brings a fresh and new perspective to the meaning of Episcopalian.  Their book, which is available at Epiphany for $10 or on Amazon, will be the conversation starter for Sunday sessions in the Willard Room.

March 22- Washington Men’s Camerata: There’s Something About Mary

Sunday, March 22, 4:00 pm- Washington Men’s Camerata: There’s Something about Mary
Tickets:  
Purchase tickets online or call 202-364-1064 for more information. 
There’s Something About Mary – Mary is certainly a “Grand Old Name,” having been featured in some of the oldest choral music ever composed (in honor of the Virgin Mary), Broadway musicals (“Maria,” “They Call the Wind Maria”), and even songs from our childhood (Mary Had a Little Lamb”).  Join the Washington Men’s Camerata for a concert of beautiful contrasts as we feature music about different Marys.

Saturday March 14- Patrick Henry College Chorale

Mozart & Mendelssohn in March
Saturday March 14, 7:30 pm
Join the Patrick Henry College Chorale as they present an evening of music from the masters: Mozart and Mendelssohn. The evening will feature individual and combined works for choir and orchestra by Mozart and Mendelssohn as well as contemporary composers.

Easter Flower Donations

Easter Flower Donations

We are welcoming donations of flowers for Easter worship. Contributions should be submitted by Monday, March 30, 2015 in order to be printed in the Easter bulletins. The suggested donation amount is $30. Donations can be made online here, or by check made out to The Church of the Epiphany with “Easter Flowers” in the memo line. If you would like to specify a memorial or dedication for your contribution, please find the Easter Flower donation form here.

March 15- Washington Master Chorale: Rachmaninoff Vespers at 100

Washington Master Chorale: Rachmaninoff Vespers at 100
Sunday, March 15, 4:00 pm
Tickets:
 Purchase tickets online
or call 202-596-8934 for more information.

Celebrate with us as the Washington Master Chorale marks the 100th Anniversary of the world premiere of the Sergei Rachmaninoff’s All Night Vigil, Op. 37. The Chorale will perform this luminous and spiritual sixty-five minute without intermission. Don’t miss this spiritual masterpiece of choral literature in two of the best acoustical settings in Washington. The concert will also feature scholars and special guests in a pre-concert conversation.

March 5- Church and Parish Office Closed

The Church of the Epiphany and Parish Office are closed Thursday, March 5 due to snow. We apologize for the inconvenience.

March 8- 16 Cellos presented by Cellospeak

16 Cellos presented by Cellospeak
Sunday, March 8, 3:00 pm
Tickets: Purchase tickets online or call 703-264-1258 for information about the 16 Cellos.

On Sunday, March 8th at 3:00 p.m. the 16 Virtuoso Cellist return to Church of the Epiphany. Local cellists join together with their colleagues from Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York. They are the stunning faculty of the adult cello workshop, Cellospeak, held on the campus of Bryn Mawr College each summer. In a wonderful variety of works, one of the center pieces will be a rarely heard Largo from a Villa-Lobos work called “Fantasia Concertante,” originally written for 16 cellos for the dedication of the New York Cello Society. This may be your only opportunity to hear this singular piece.  New arrangements for the 16 Cellos by Gary Fitzgerald include the Dvorak “Rondo” with its shared melodies among players, a lovely “Elegy” by Delius, and the Rimsky-Korsikov “Flight of the Bumblebee.” From the incomparable “Angel Series” of Piazzolla they will play new arrangements of all three, also made possible by our arranger, along with the gospel hymn “Pass Me Not,” sung by guest artist Howard Sapp. You won’t want to miss this concert!   Please bring your kids (who are free up to age 18) and friends.

March 4- Choral Evensong

Looking for a little peace during a busy week? Join us at 6:00 pm on Wednesday February 4 for Choral Evensong sung by Schola Epiphaniensis, an ensemble drawn from the Epiphany Choir. This Lenten Choral Evensong features service music by Christopher Tye (1505- 1572).

Choral Evensong will take place on the first Wednesday of every month in 2015.