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The PLAYroom and Emmanuel Church, both on Washington Street, Middleburg, have teamed up to welcome Afghan refugee families who have been living in Loudoun County since March by sending new toys for their children.
In addition to donating toys to this drive, the PLAYroom at 108 W. Washington St. is offering a 10% discount on select toys. Emmanuel Church’s office at 104 E. Federal St. (behind the Parish House) is a drop-off site for those wishing to donate new toys for these children. Developmental toys are needed for children up to age 5; toys for children ages 5-10 are also needed.
The National Conference Center in Lansdowne has been offering a safe haven to temporarily house Afghan evacuees as part of Operation Allies Welcome since March. Toys should be small enough to fit in suitcases to accompany children to their new homes throughout the United States.
The Byrne Gallery is proud to present Spring Bouquet!, an exhibition by three
talented artists: Carolyn Marshall Wright, Dmitry Dorokhin and Caroline Cutrona
Hottenstein. Each expresses color in their own unique way choosing different mediums
to convey the joy of Spring. The exhibition will feature paintings in oil on canvas as well
as in water-based mediums of watercolor on paper and acrylic on canvas. Sometimes
delicate, sometimes bold, these floral and botanical compositions will thrill you with the
energy of this new season. The exhibit will begin on May 4th and continue through
Sunday, May 29th. There will be a reception for the artists on Saturday, May14 th from
4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The exhibition and reception are both open to the public and
everyone is cordially invited to attend.
The first-ever Hunt Country Music Festival will be held May 20-22 in Middleburg and Upperville, Virginia.
Produced by The Middleburg Concert Series, the 3-day festival will feature an eclectic mix of classical chamber and orchestral music, Argentinian tango music and 1940s big band tunes, as well as free street entertainment and walking tours of historic Middleburg, Virginia.
For a complete schedule of events and ticket information, please visit: https://huntcountrymusicfestival.org. Tickets can be purchased online through Eventbrite.com and on-site on the day of the performance.
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The first-ever Hunt Country Music Festival will kick off with an exhilarting performance by QuinTango: five top-notch female chamber musicians and a crackerjack bandoneón player, captivate with exhilarating classic Argentinian tangos. For classical and non-classical music lovers alike!
On Saturday May 21st come out to beautiful Middleburg Virginia and spend the day with ART. First join Boy Scout Troop 2950, for their annual Art of the Run 5K run/walk at 8:00 am, then enjoy Art in the Burg following the 5K!
Join the Middleburg Arts Council during their biannual celebration, featuring artwork from more than 20 local and regional artists. Art lovers will get the opportunity to purchase original works without gallery fees. While you're here, visit Middleburg's many restaurants and quaint shops. The event occurs on the third Saturday in May and September and is held in downtown Middleburg.
Canadian soprano Millicent Scarlett and lyric-dramatic baritone Thomas Beard, major stars of the Baltimore and Washington DC opera scene, will present a powerful concert of Spirituals and Arias in a duo recital with piano accompaniment. Ms. Scarlett is an adjunct professor and voice area facilitator at George Washington University, DC. Mr. Beard is an acclaimed recitalist and opera singer who has performed throughout the United States, Germany, Italy, Spain, Australia and New Zealand.
The Hunt Country Music Festival continues with High Tea With Brahms: In 1868 German master composer Johannes Brahms wrote Liebeslieder Waltzes, a collection of love songs scored for piano four hands and four vocal parts. Between the short songs, the singers will read from the poetry on which each of the movements is based, and from letters written between Brahms and Clara Schumann, revealing their own complicated relationship. Sonya Sutton, Music Director at Emmanuel Episcopal Church and Sophia Vastek are the pianists, along with a quartet of vocal soloists from the DC area. We will offer an authentic setting, since Brahms did not intend these pieces for the concert hall, rather an informal musical atmosphere; to that end we will be serving tea and scones to all attendees at both seatings.
The Hunt Country Music Festival continues with The Washington Saxophone Quartet --the most widely heard saxophone quartet in the nation know for its musical interludes for NPR’s “All Things Considered”. The Quartet's wide-ranging repertoire assures that this will be a concert for listeners of every age and background. Tenor saxophonist Rich Kleinfeldt also announces for Classical WETA-FM radio in Washington, DC.