Join Dwayne Lawson-Brown the Crochet Kingpin, for a carefully curated celebration of Washington DC area artists and creators.
Ekhodom features Eric Hilton and Gianmaria Conti, Thievery Corporation’s longtime engineer, and was inspired by vintage, analog synthesizers, 1980’s sci-fi soundtracks, and electronic music from that time period coming out of Russia.
ABOUT KC JUKEBOX
Enter the Kennedy Center REACH, where Studio K transforms into an immersive, designed space curated by our own Composer-in-Residence Mason Bates. Mason showcases innovative new music and electronica with his signature blend of theatrical lighting, projections, and stagecraft.
About the Club at Studio K
The Club at Studio K is D.C.’s newest destination to experience the very best in contemporary music and culture. Showcasing a dynamic mix of rising stars and highly celebrated artists working in the genres of comedy, contemporary music, Hip Hop, jazz, and new music in an intimate setting, the Club at Studio K is a creative hub and hang space for artists and audiences alike.
Kennedy Center Composer-in-Residence Mason Bates is renowned for fusing innovative orchestral writing, imaginative narrative forms, the harmonies of jazz, and the rhythms of techno into his genre-bending creations.
Mason Bates's KC Jukebox at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
KC Jukebox is presented as part of The Irene Pollin Audience Development and Community Engagemnt Initiatives.
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Sat. Feb. 29, 2020
In 2018, trumpeter/educator/composer Jason Palmer and pianist/composer Kevin Harris interviewed a very special group of Boston mothers who had lost their children to gun violence. Upward their new multimedia presentation in which musicians transcribe tones and melodic flow to these courageous women’s words and stories, with the intent of honoring and celebrating the legacy of their loved ones in addition to bringing awareness to the need to end such acts in our community.
Tue. Mar. 3, 2020
Dance Master Classes at the Kennedy Center offer an opportunity to take classes led by some of the most talented and creative artists in the world of dance. This participatory, advanced-professional, class for adults (sorry, no observers allowed) is led by company members from Martha Graham Dance Company.
All events and artists subject to change without prior notice.
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