All opera fans are invited to the annual black-tie BravO Bash Gala, held this year at the historic Arts Club of Washington. Performances by Washington National Opera’s Young Artists will highlight the event.
The evening will feature an open bar, passed hors d’oeuvres and a gourmet buffet prepared by the Arts Club’s Executive Chef, Ken Kievit.
BravO, Washington National Opera’s program for students and young professionals between the age of 18 and 40, is DC’s premier young professional arts-lover program, welcoming those who are interested in opera to connect with each other, WNO, and The Kennedy Center productions.
If you love opera the BravO Bash is a great way to meet other opera aficionados.
The Arts Club of Washington, the oldest art organization in DC, over a century old, promotes and celebrates the visual, performing, and literary arts in the nation’s capital. The club’s historic I Street mansion was formerly the home of President James Monroe. The Arts Club hosts events for members, the public and private groups.
The club sponsors the Marfield Prize, an annual award for arts writing, monthly exhibits in the house’s four galleries, and a scholarship competition.