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Are you ready for the 9/2 ticket release?

Posted by: Nicholas A. Brown-Cáceres

ARE YOU READY FOR THE FALL TICKET RELEASE ON SEPTEMBER 2 at 10am (ET)? If you’re all set for Wednesday, read no further and we’ll see you soon at an event! If you have questions about ticketing, we’re here to help. As you may know, beginning this season Concerts from the Library of Congress ticketing will …

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2015-2016 Season Brochure

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DIGITAL SEASON BROCHURE Come one, come all! The 2015-2016 Concerts from the Library of Congress season brochure is now available! You can view the digital version here. Print copies will be mailed in the coming weeks. You can join our print mailing list by sending your address to concerts [at] loc [dot] gov. Note: For …

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Concerts from the Library of Congress 2015-2016 Season

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CONCERTS FROM THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 2015-2016 Season Overview www.loc.gov/concerts Season Announcement Press Release Season Overview & At-A-Glance Calendar Our 2015-2016 season celebrates 90 years of historic concerts and legendary performers: a splendid artistic legacy of more than 2,700 events, presented at the Nation’s Library since 1925. We cordially invite you to celebrate with us …

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Pride Month at the Nation’s Library

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June traditionally marks LGBT Pride Month across the federal government and in many major American cities. In addition to enjoying the many events, parties, parades and street festivals, there are opportunities for you to commemorate Pride Month at the nation’s library. LGBT figures and allies in history, government, literature, law, and the arts, are represented …

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This Week @ Concerts from the Library of Congress

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This Week @ Concerts from the Library of Congress Saturday, May 16, 2015 – 11:00am (Jefferson Studio, LJ-G32) #DECLASSIFIED | Fly Space: Inside the Minds of Theatrical Directors & Designers Solomon HaileSelassie, Music Division, Library of Congress The Library of Congress is home to some of the richest theatrical collections in the world. Our production …

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New Webcasts Available

Posted by: Nicholas A. Brown-Cáceres

We’re cranking out lots of new event webcasts! Here’s a smattering of the latest releases: CONCERTS Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, U.K. Graham Ross, conductor Part of the Irving Fine Centennial Festival Live Recording – December 6, 2015 (Coolidge Auditorium) Repertoire: Monterverdi | Nisi Dominus, SV 206:8, from Vespro della Beata Vergine (1610) I. Fine …

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Hear from Jeanine Tesori, Steven Lutvak & David Yazbek on World Theater Day

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Happy World Theater Day! We are pleased to release a special interview for this global celebration of stagecraft. Learn more below: On October 17, 2014, Concerts from the Library of Congress presented an evening with leading contemporary Broadway composers Jeanine Tesori, David Yazbek and Steven Lutvak. These three distinguished, award-winning creators represent a diverse set …

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Michael Feinstein on the Rodgers & Hart Hit “Manhattan”

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Michael Feinstein on Musicals & Songs at the Library of Congress Series 1 – Rodgers & Hammerstein Episode 10 – “Manhattan” & Epilogue In the final episode of a series of ten videos that explore the Rodgers and Hammerstein collections at the Library of Congress, Michael Feinstein discusses the Rodgers & Hart collaboration that led to …