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2013-2014 Concerts from the Library of Congress Season Brochure

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Check out our newly released 2013-2014 Concerts from the Library of Congress Season Brochure. Join us for an exciting season of stellar concerts—classical pop, country, jazz, Americana, rock, bluegrass and musical theater. Plus, you will have the opportunity to be a part of unique experiences only available at the world’s largest music library. The season includes the continuation of Songs of America, superb chamber and keyboard artists, Wagner + Verdi at 200, residencies with Rosanne Cash and Oliver Knussen, the Koussevitzky Legacy Celebration, distinguished period instrument orchestras and ensembles, and new Counterpoints ventures.

Print versions of the season brochure will be mailed and made available in the coming weeks. Click here to join our mailing list.

Members of the press/media: the press release for the 2013-2014 season is available here.

Please note: select images have been optimized for print purposes and are compressed for web viewing.


Comments (2)

  1. Are the concerts going on as planned?

    • The following events have been canceled due to the temporary shutdown of the government:
      October 5 – Randy Newman (CONCERT)
      October 8 – “Taps” and General Daniel Butterfield (LECTURE)
      October 9 – Cameristi Della Scala (CONCERT)
      October 10 – Audra McDonald (CONCERT)
      October 17 – Valentina Lisitsa (CONCERT)
      October 19 – #Declassified: Conductors Beyond the Podium (SPECIAL PRESENTATION)

      We hope to reschedule all of these events for later in the 2013-2014 season. If the event is rescheduled and required tickets, your tickets will be honored for this future date. Please retain your original tickets.

      Additional information will be posted and announced as it becomes available at and (202) 707-5502.

      We apologize for the inconvenience,
      Concerts from the Library of Congress

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