Smithsonian at Little Washington

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Date: September 30, 2017

Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm

Where: Theatre at Washington, Virginia
291 Gay St, Washington VA 22747

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All Seat Reserved $25 - Adults $10 - Under 18 As part of the 26th season in the Smithsonian at Little Washington Series, renowned musician Kenneth Slowik will present a special program, soon to be announced. Mr. Slowik is artistic director of the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society. A highly-valued component of all concerts in the Smithsonian at Little Washington series is the commentary provided by Ken Slowik throughout the program. His remarks shed light on the glorious music and the life and times of the featured composers. In 2011, Mr. Slowik was the recipient of the Smithsonian Secretary’s Distinguished Research Lecture Award, and the remarks during the concerts at the Little Washington Theatre are generally an abbreviated version of the talk which precedes each of the concerts heard in Washington, D.C.

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