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Washington Musica Viva

Washington Musica Viva, Inc. (WMV) was incorporated in Montgomery County as a non-profit arts organization in July 1998. Its mission is to produce public performances of a broad range of classical, jazz-based, and contemporary chamber music. Washington Musica Viva has a special focus on local composers, women composers, African-American composers, composers suffering under political oppression, and unfamiliar masterpieces of all kinds.WMV began as a monthly multi-disciplinary performance series produced in the Howard Avenue Kensington studio of visual artist Marilyn Banner.

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Washington Musica Viva 9/5/12: Washington Musica Viva

This jazz program features the music of Czech composer Jaroslav Ježek, arranged for jazz sextet by contemporary composer Charley Gerard. Presented in cooperation with the Embassy of the Czech Republic.

Washington Musica Viva

This jazz program features the music of Czech composer Jaroslav Ježek, arranged for jazz sextet by contemporary composer Charley Gerard. Presented in cooperation with the Embassy of the Czech Republic.
Washington Musica Viva presents <i>Dvorák Jazz Dances</i> 10/5/11: Washington Musica Viva presents Dvorák Jazz Dances

Charley Gerard, alto saxophone, Syberen van Munster, guitar, Carl Banner, piano, James King, bass, Lenny Robinson, drums play Dvorák Jazz Dances, a work for jazz quintet by contemporary composer Charley Gerard that was inspired by Dvorák’s two series of Slavonic Dances, Op. 46 and 72. Presented in cooperation with the Embassy of the Czech Republic.

Washington Musica Viva presents Dvorák Jazz Dances

Charley Gerard, alto saxophone, Syberen van Munster, guitar, Carl Banner, piano, James King, bass, Lenny Robinson, drums play Dvorák Jazz Dances, a work for jazz quintet by contemporary composer Charley Gerard that was inspired by Dvorák’s two series of Slavonic Dances, Op. 46 and 72. Presented in cooperation with the Embassy of the Czech Republic.

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