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Jesse Thomas is an indie folk singer/songwriter from Los Angeles via Covington, Kentucky who is celebrated for her interestingly varied presence on stage. Allowing her persona to fluctuate between the heartbroken and the hilarious, many know that a show given by Jesse Thomas guarantees a truly emotional experience complimented by her raw vocal talent. Highlighted by several critics and music publications for being one of independent music's most original newcomers, Jesse Thomas definitely has a long road of musical success to look forward to.
Written by American author Mary Zimmerman, The Arabian Nights is a theater production that was adapted from the beloved collection of folk tales known asOne Thousand and One Nights. Centered on the power of storytelling, the production ultimately brings the action to present day Baghdad, where the consistent air of violence threatens the rich culture and history behind each narrative.
JCC of Greater WashingtonNovember 23, 2014 7:30 PM
6125 Montrose Road
Baltimore, MD 20852
Trio con Brio Copenhagen likes to playfully perplex people by saying they're a trio comprised of two pairs: Korean sisters Soo-Jin and Soo-Kyung Hong, and Soo-Kyung's husband, Jens Elvekjaer. Playing professionally since 1999, Trio con Brio Copenhagen features the blended sounds of violin, cello and piano. In 2005, the Trio received the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson International Trio Award -- one of chamber music's most coveted awards -- and has gone on to play the likes of New York's Carnegie Hall and Berlin's Konzerthaus. For this concert, they'll be joined by joined by brilliant violist Ettore Causa for a program featuring Mozart's Piano Quartet in G Minor, K.478, Ravel's Piano Trio in A Minor and Brahms' Piano Quartet in G Minor, Op 25.