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2019 – 2020 Season

2019—2020 Season at St. Mark's Episcopal Church on Capital Hill

The 21st Century Consort, award-winning contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at the Smithsonian Institution for over four decades, embarks on its first season at the beautiful St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Capital Hill. Artistic Director Christopher Kendall presents a season of new music and high drama featuring artists Paul Cigan, Lisa Emenheiser, Dan Foster, Lee Hinkle, Alexandra Osborne, Sara Stern, and Rachel Young.

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church 301 A St SE, Washington, DC 20003

ATTENDANCE IS FREE. Seating begins at 3:30, and all who attend the 4:00 pre-concert discussion are guaranteed seats. Past performances suggest that seats will likely be available for all until the performance itself, at 5:00 pm.

All concerts are at 5:00, preceded by a 4:00 discussion with composers and performers, and followed by a post-concert reception.


METRORAIL: Capitol South (two blocks), or Union Station and Eastern Market (15-minute walk)

PARKING: On Saturdays, most adjacent blocks have unrestricted parking, with two exceptions: on the east side of 3rd Street from Independence Avenue to A Street, a two-hour restriction runs 7:00am to 9:30pm; on the west side of 3rd Street from Independence Avenue to East Capitol Street, there is metered parking at $2.30 per hour.

  • Like the Dickens

    Saturday December 072013

    Back by popular demand! The return of Jon Deak’s irresistible, hilarious and moving monodrama and holiday classic, The Passion of Scrooge or A Christmas Carol, featuring baritone William Sharp.

    Read the printed program now for this concert.

    David Biedenbender
    John Cage
    Living Room Music
    David Froom
    Flying High
    Paul Schoenfield
    Jon Deak
    The Passion of Scrooge or a Christmas Carol

*Programs subject to change.