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2019-20 Concert Subscriptions Saturday December 21 2019 at 2:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× From Haydn's and Rossini's last major works, to new commissions from three outstanding American women composers to celebrate the centenary of the 19th Amendment, the Cathedral Choral Society's 2019.20 season brings music that moves the spirit and reflects the time and place in which we live.

Joy of Christmas Saturday December 21 2019 at 2:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× Celebrate the warm spirit of the season in a majestic setting. A well-loved Washington, DC holiday tradition, this concert includes Christmas favorites and a festive carol sing-along. The program will feature a newly commissioned carol by composer Alexander Levine.

Joy of Christmas Saturday December 21 2019 at 7:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× Celebrate the warm spirit of the season in a majestic setting. A well-loved Washington, DC holiday tradition, this concert includes Christmas favorites and a festive carol sing-along. The program will feature a newly commissioned carol by composer Alexander Levine.

Joy of Christmas Sunday December 22 2019 at 5:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× Celebrate the warm spirit of the season in a majestic setting. A well-loved Washington, DC holiday tradition, this concert includes Christmas favorites and a festive carol sing-along. The program will feature a newly commissioned carol by composer Alexander Levine.

March of the Women Sunday March 22 2020 at 5:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× To mark the 19th Amendment's 100th anniversary, Cathedral Choral Society has commissioned three new works by some of today's most exciting composers: Lisa Bielawa, Jessie Montgomery, and Augusta Read Thomas. Featuring a range of powerful female voices, the program includes Ruth Crawford Seeger's ethereal Three Chants and famed British suffragette and composer Ethel Smyth's rousing March of the Women.

Rossini Messe Solennelle Sunday May 17 2020 at 5:00 PM

Washington National Cathedral
× Best-known as a brilliant opera composer, Rossini writes a mass which retains the composer’s flair for high drama. Written in Paris at the end of his life, his Petite Messe Solennelle offers moments of energetic spirit and profound, melodic beauty.