skip navigation | text only | accessibility | site map
Reading Room (Library of Congress)

John Adams at the Library of Congress: Reads from his Autobiography

This event is NOT taking place at the Kennedy Center

  • Fri., May 14, 2010, 12:00 PM
  • Library of Congress
  • Approx. 2 hours
This event has already closed.
Please use the event calendar to search for current events.

About

John Adams at the Library of Congress

NOTE: This event is NOT at the Kennedy Center.

Venue: Whittall Pavilion, Library of Congress Jefferson Building, 10 First Street, SE
Date:   Friday, May 14, at 12 p.m.

In conjunction with his appearances with the National Symphony Orchestra, Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer John Adams will read from his autobiography, Hallelujah Junction, in a special noontime event at the Library of Congress on May 14, 2010.  The reading will be followed by a brief question and answer session.  

This event is FREE and open to the public. 
No tickets are required, and seating will be first-come, first-served.
For more information, please visit http://www.loc.gov/today/pr/2010/10-096.html.   

Artists

Related Events

National Symphony Orchestra: John Adams, conductor/Eric Owens, bass-baritone National Symphony Orchestra: John Adams, conductor/Eric Owens, bass-baritone The unique and imaginative John Adams conducts his Walt Whitman–inspired composition The Wound Dresser, featuring baritone Eric Owens. Also on the program are works by Barber and Elgar as well as Copland's Suite from Billy the Kid.

National Symphony Orchestra: John Adams, conductor/Leila Josefowicz, violin John Adams returns for a program that includes two of his works, The Dharma at Big Sur, featuring violinist Leila Josefowicz, and his Doctor Atomic Symphony. Also on the program are works by Britten and Stravinsky.

All events and artists subject to change without prior notice.

Group of 20 or more? Group Sales offers special terms and discounts for most performances.

This event has already closed.

Please use the event calendar to search for current events.

Loading...