This groupmuse happened on Sunday, November 19, at 3:00 PM.

Sun, November 19, 2017, 3:00 PM
(Sales closed Nov 17, 1:00 PM)

Northwest Washington

Explore the wider classical music world outside of Groupmuse with an exclusive discount to this concert.


Discounted tickets
(normally $50)


Extra discount
for Supermusers
No alcohol
at this groupmuse


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Groupmuse in the Nation’s Capital has been humming along quite nicely for several months now, and so we’re ready to take things to the next level with our first-ever Groupmuse Night Out in DC!

A Groupmuse Night Out is an evening wherein a leading classical music institution makes available a big stack of seriously discounted tickets to local groupmusers as a way of inviting our beloved community our of the living room and into the concert hall so we can all celebrate the wider classical music scene - and they're among our most popular offerings in Boston, NYC, and San Francisco.

So. On November 19th at 3pm, the world-famous *Kennedy Center** throws open its doors to Groupmuse. Our wonderful friends there have made a limited stack of cheap tickets available for us at Groupmuse: Tickets that on average cost more than $50 are available to us for just $20!

And what better way to start of Groupmuse Nights Out in our Nation’s Capital than with that immortal genius of American classical music - George Gershwin and his An American in Paris. Conductor Gianandrea Noseda leads the National Symphony in that masterwork and three others, all from different countries - Respighi, Chausson, and de Falla.

It’ll be a celebration of the many voices that this musical tradition so eternally deep and colorful, and we want you to be there! But our stack of $20 tickets is quite limited, so grab yours!

*Yes, it's a "Groupmuse Night Out" in the afternoon. Nobody's perfect ;)



National Symphony Orchestra


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2700 F Street Northwest, Washington D.C., DC 20566, United States
Apt: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts


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