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Friday Noon Concerts

A longstanding Arts Club tradition, this popular concert series celebrated its 600th Friday performance last year.  The concerts are held Fridays at noon, at the Arts Club (2017 I Street NW).  The concerts are free and open to the public, and typically last for about a half hour, featuring vocal and/or instrumental performances.

We are extremely grateful to our members who sponsor our Friday Noon Concert Series:

  • Lorna Aldrich
  • Jerome Andersen
  • Priscilla Baker
  • Walter Burns
  • Joyce Hagel-Silverman
  • Roger Hart
  • Celia Hoke
  • Ann Kennedy
  • Faith Lambert
  • Pardee Lowe
  • Pat O’Shea
  • Mahy Polymeropoulos

Friday Noon Concerts

Feb 27
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Friday Noon Concert

Friday Noon Concert February 27, 2015 at Monroe House

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