Culture Communique: May 20 - May 26 Culture Communique: May 20 - May 26


Concert 5: Marvelous Mozart and Mendelssohn
Join the National Chamber Ensemble on May 21, for the conclusion of its season with the music of Mozart and Mendelssohn. Both were child prodigies, pianists, musical conductors, and teachers -- and two of the most-celebrated musical figures of all time. Mendelssohn was the only musical prodigy of the 19th century whose stature could rival that of Mozart. One week after the performance, all ticket holders will receive a link to the video to watch in the comfort of their homes.

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Saturday, May 21
Alliance Française

Baguettes and Salade Niçoise

Sunday, May 22
Edlavitch Jewish Community Center

The Afro-Semitic Experience Presents:
Letters from the Affair

Monday, May 23
Choral Arts Society

Damien Geter's An African American Requiem

Tuesday, May 24
Adams Morgan Partnership BID

Adams Morgan Movie Nights: The Princess Bride

Wednesday, May 25
Tudor Place

30th Annual Spring Garden Party

Thursday, May 26
Museum of the Bible

Tel Shimron: New Research into a Biblical City
Friday, May 20
Southwest DC BID

Spring in Southwest: Disco at Duck Pond
Friday, May 20
Washington Stage Guild

Memoirs of a Forgotten Man by D.W. Gregory

Saturday, May 21
Washington DC Dragon Boat Festival

19th Dragon Boat Festival

Saturday, May 21
Smithsonian National Museum of Asian Art

Art Outside: Indonesian Batik

Sunday, May 22
Central Asia Program

Silk Road Festival

Monday, May 23
Montgomery College

Letter Never Sent
Wednesday, May 25
Smithsonian National Museum of
the American Latino

Double Take Online: Feast Your Eyes
Thursday, May 26
Old Korean Legation

Visit the Museum

Wednesday, June 1
Mexican Cultural Institute

Mexico in a Nutshell II: The Ways of Literature

Thursday, June 2
The Phillips Collection

Centennial Commissions Artists Talk

Saturday, June 4
The Barns at Wolf Trap

Black Violin: Impossible Tour 
with the Blind Boys of Alabama 

Sunday, June 12
The Washington Chorus

Justice and Peace

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