TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2019

BOURBON, BALLET & JAZZ

At The Arts Club of Washington

2017 I St NW, Washington, DC 20006
6:30pm – 8:30pm

Warm-up a late-fall night at a progressive bourbon tasting with fun bourbon and ballet trivia challenges. An elegant Federal-era mansion—the former home of President James Monroe—provides the perfect setting to enjoy a flight of first-rate bourbons, hors-d’oeuvres, wine, and mingling with fellow Chamber Dance Project supporters and Artistic Director Diane Coburn Bruning. Learn more about the bourbon from a guest expert. Jazz pianist Barry Gurley sets the mood with music throughout the evening. All guests must be 21 or older.

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving. This evening provides support for our powerful new season and community matinée.

SINGLE TICKET

DOUBLE TICKET

$103.00Add to cart


BE A PART OF #GIVINGTUESDAY

Order from our Menu of Giving

 


Buy a pair of dance shoes for one of our men.

Buy one ticket for a guest in one of our community engagement programs. Learn more here.

Enjoy benefits such as complimentary passes to our Open Rehearsals.

Pay for the creation of a costume for one of the dancers in our New Works.

Join a group that sponsors one of our artists on stage and get to know them off stage.

Be at the leading edge in supporting our three New Works (and other perks too).

Cabaret Night: Songs by Cole

With jazz duo
Lena Seikaly and Barry Gurley

Tuesday, November 28 | 6:30 – 8 p.m.
The Capital Yacht Club
800 Wharf Street Southwest
Washington DC 20024

Our third annual Giving Tuesday event spotlights Songs by Cole, the stylish and seductive celebration of the beloved Broadway composer that captivated audiences when it premiered in 2017—and that will return next season. A presentation highlighted by video clips offers a behind-the-scenes look at the process of the ballet’s creation—from choreography to costume design to musical arrangements. Singer Lena Seikaly and pianist-singer Barry Gurley reprise Porter classics they sang on stage, and Diane Coburn Bruning teaches some of the cowpoke dance moves that made “Don’t Fence Me In” an uproarious audience favorite.
Tickets: $30

BUY TICKETS

Ticket Donation Fund

Our Goal this Giving Tuesday is 100 donated tickets for a child
or adult to attend the June 23rd matinee performance with onstage workshop.
Join us on this national day of giving and help someone get closer to the art.

$50 to sponsor a performance ticket
for a child or adult

Each donated ticket is tax-deductible. 


Sponsor a Performance Ticket

Lena Seikaly, ‘Song by Cole’, photo by Eduardo Patino.NYC