Guest Performances

In addition to our Tuesday Concert Series, Epiphany hosts guest ensembles year-round, from choirs to orchestras to solo performers. Our church is a regular performance venue for Arts Nova Chamber Music, Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Orchestra, Avanti Orchestra of the Friday Morning Music Club, and Congressional Chorus, as well as ensembles visiting from all over the world.

Upcoming Performances


 March 24, 2017, 8:00pm- Avanti Orchestra of the Friday Morning Music Club

Pablo Saelzer, Conductor
Javier Arrey, baritone, Metropolitan Opera$10 suggested donation, proceeds to benefit the Tuesday Concert SeriesLed by Pablo Saelzer, Avanti performs Dvorak Wind Serenade; Dvorak Biblical Songs, Javier Arrey, baritone, Metropolitan Opera; and Mozart Symphony No. 38.
March 25, 2017, 7:00pm – Capitol Pride Symphonic Band Concert
D.C.’s Different Drummers is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender music organization welcoming ALL musicians as it fosters pride, inclusivity, and engagement with the greater Washington, D.C. region through music.
The ensemble will explore the works of numerous LGBT composers, including Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, Ronald Fallas, Julie Giroux, Jennifer Higdon, Elton John, Cole Porter, Steven Reinke, & Peter Tchaikovsky. With a repertoire spanning the centuries & multiple styles, this will truly be a memorable performance celebrating the LGBT community’s contribution to the music world.
March 26, 2017, 4:00pm – Washington Men’s Camerata Concert
Eat, Drink and Be Merry! – A lively program of music from the Renaissance to the 21st century, featuring songs about our favorite pastimes with music by Orff, Arne, Este, Schubert, Grieg and more!
Please note that all of Epiphany’s guest artists and ensembles handle their own ticket sales. Please contact the respective individuals/ensembles for ticket sales and information pertaining to these concerts.

If you are interested in performing at Epiphany, please contact the Parish Administrator, Catherine Manhardt, Please also review Epiphany’s Reservation Form and Space Use Policies.

 Musical Partnerships

The Tuesday Concert Series has joined with two other establishments offering artistic events in downtown Washington in promoting one another’s performances. The Inter-American Development Bank’s (IDB’s) Concert, Lecture, and Film Series and the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Happenings at the Harman are venues for weekday audiences seeking exceptional talent and entertainment at no cost. 
The IDB series showcases artistic expressions from member countries, particularly Latin America and the Caribbean, in one-hour programs beginning at 6:30pm. The Center is located at 1300 New York Avenue, NW, just behind Epiphany. Their website is
The Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Happenings at the Harman offers one-hour, noontime, live performances every Wednesday from September through June. Each week features a different artistic expression – music, dance, acting, puppeteers, and genre-mixers. And, you can bring your lunch. The location is at 610 F St., NW, at Gallery Place Metro. Their website is