Frederick A. Binkholder, Artistic Director

Jinsun Cho, Assistant Director

A Time of Transcendence

Turning once again to the Chorale's partnership with Composer-in-Residence Kevin Siegfried, this concert will feature Siegfried's work At the Water's Edge, and a new composition featuring the writings of Rachel Carson, American marine biologist, author, and conservationist responsible for the well-known book Silent Spring. This concert explores the transcendental experience of nature, from the meditative flow of a forest stream to the inspiration of dawn breaking over the horizon.

We are very pleased to welcome members of the Anacostia Watershed Society, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Learn more about this group and their efforts to reclaim the beautiful waterways in our own back yards.

Join us for A Time of Transcendence.

Photo used with permission: Krista Schlyer, 2015. From her book River of Redemption, a photographic essay of the Anacostia River. Learn more at


March 16th, 7:30pm

March 17th, 4pm


Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church, 4th and Independence SE, Washington DC


General seating: $25

30 and under: $15

12 and under: Free

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