• PRAGUE-NEW YORK EFFECTS: LENKA DUSILOVÁ AND TENDAYI KUUMBA

    PRAGUE-NEW YORK EFFECTS: LENKA DUSILOVÁ AND TENDAYI KUUMBA

    Presented by the Davis Performing Arts Center in collaboration with the Embassy of the Czech Republic, Czech singer-songwriter Lenka Dusilová joins forces with New York dancer Tendayi Kuumba, to perform a Feb. 8 D.C. premiere as part of the project Prague-New York Effects.

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  • Twelfth Night

    Twelfth Night

    A co-production between the Theater & Performance Studies Program and Black Theatre Ensemble, directed by Prof. Maya E. Roth.

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  • Friday Music Series

    Friday Music Series

    Offered in conjunction with Jesuit Heritage Week acclaimed Baroque period instrument ensemble, Modern Musick, will perform in the Friday Music Series on Feb. 5.

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  • 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Davis Center!

    10th Anniversary Celebration of the Davis Center!

    The Davis Performing Arts Center celebrated its 10th anniversary with events on November 14, 2015.

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  • Dance Ensemble Performances

    Dance Ensemble Performances

    Learn more about Georgetown University's February dance ensemble performances by Black Movements Dance Theatre & GU Dance Company !

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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.


The Washington Post reviews the November 22, 2015 GU Orchestra concert as part of Charles Ives' America, noting "Under Gil-Ordóñez’s baton, the orchestra turned in a colorful and often spirited performance, with a luminous “Adagio cantabile” movement and an explosive close — a performance that, in its direct and unvarnished sincerity, Ives would surely have enjoyed."

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