• Connect with us!

    Connect with us!

    Fill out the performing arts interest form for MUSIC, THEATER & DANCE. Also indicate your interest in performing with the orchestra or choir for New Student Orientation Academic Convocation and move onto campus early.

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  • Chamber Singers Bolivia Tour

    Chamber Singers Bolivia Tour

    Prof. Frederick Binkholder and the GU Chamber Singers traveled to Bolivia in April to give the prestigious opening day performance and additional concerts at the 2016 International Festival of American Renaissance and Baroque, one of the largest festivals in Latin and South America.

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  • Davis Center 10th Anniversary

    Davis Center 10th Anniversary

    The 2015-16 season marked the Davis Performing Arts Center's 10th anniversary!

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JOB OPPORTUNITY: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

Georgetown University’s Davis Performing Arts Center welcomes applications for a Community Engagement and Development Manager. Working in support of the Artistic Director and Program Director, this position will disseminate the mission and signature work of our fast-growing, highly acclaimed academic program and Arts Center to a range of stakeholders. Read more.


 

Georgetown University's Black Theatre Ensemble (BTE) participated in the annual Let Freedom Ring! concert at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on January 18, 2016, one of the first events to kick off GU's week of events honoring the life and legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Directed by Isaiah Matthew Wooden (COL '04), the BTE students performed in Rev. Nolan Williams, Jr.'s "Say Something, Do Something," with the Let Freedom Ring! Choir conducted by Williams. Watch the performance beginning around the 20-minute mark of the event video. Read more about Georgetown's week of MLK events.


Learn more about the Department of Performing Arts, home of the Music Program, Theater & Performance Studies Program, Dance Program, and Public Speaking.