Happy New Year! The 2013-2014 Concerts from the Library of Congress season of “Extraordinary Artists—Extraordinary Audiences” resumes this January. Our Winter/Spring season features a wide array of artists and genres, from hip new music (JACK Quartet, Koussevitzky Legacy Celebration, Oliver Knussen Residency) to bluegrass played by Steep Canyon Rangers and Dailey & Vincent.
WINTER/SPRING 2014 COOLIDGE AUDITORIUM HIGHLIGHTS
February 4, 8:00pm – Freiburger Barockorchester
February 20, 8:00pm – Quatuor Ebène
March 8, 8:00pm – Gregory Porter
April 4, 8:00pm – Mahan Esfahani
April 8-12 – Oliver Knussen Residency
May 30, 7pm – Steep Canyon Rangers and Dailey & Vincent
Visit our season website for the complete current schedule and program information.
JANUARY 8* TICKET RELEASE DATE
Tickets for January-July 2014 concerts taking place in the Coolidge Auditorium are available beginning on January 8, 2014 at 10:00am EST. They may be obtained via Ticketmaster (ticketmaster.com or 202-397-7328).
If the event you wish to attend is listed as “Sold Out” on Ticketmaster do not be dismayed! RUSH tickets are available free of charge at the door, beginning 2 hours prior to each performance. Patrons are strongly encouraged to try for a RUSH ticket. Due to no-shows and returned tickets, some seats are always available at the door for sold out events. RUSH tickets are offered on a space-available basis and seats are not guaranteed.
No tickets are required for lectures, film screenings, pre-concert lectures or the concert by “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band (April 12, 2014).
*The February 28 “Library Late: Neerman and Kouyaté” concert is being presented by the Library as part of the Atlas Intersections Festival. Tickets for that event must be obtained via the Atlas Performing Arts Center, beginning on January 9, 2014 (intersectionsdc.org or 202-399-7993).
TIPS FOR OBTAINING TICKETS
- If you are looking to reserve tickets for multiple performances we recommend that you call Ticketmaster, rather than use the online system (202-397-7328).
- Need tickets to just one performance? Consider booking online and allowing Ticketmaster to pick the best seats available—this will expedite the booking process.
- If you have a smartphone or tablet, try using Ticketmaster’s app “Ticket Fast” for single performance bookings.
- The concert information line (202-707-5502) is available to answer inquiries, though no ticket bookings may be made by calling the Library directly.
Members of the Press/Media: 2013-2014 Season Press Release