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Classical Week in Washington (11/6)

Classical Week in Washington is a weekly feature that appears on Sundays, in conjunction with my Classical Music Agenda at DCist. If there are concerts that you would like to see included on our schedule, send your suggestions by e-mail (ionarts at gmail dot com). Plan your fall concert schedule with our Highlights of the Concert Season, Fall 2005, and Classical Month in Washington (November), or your fall opera listening with our Opera Preview, 2005–2006.

Monday, November 7, 7:30 pm (at An die Musik LIVE in Baltimore, on November 8, 7:30 pm)
Nicolas Dautricourt, violin, and Eric Le Sage, piano
La Maison Française

Tuesday, November 8, 7:30 pm (Magic Flute)
Wednesday, November 9, 7:30 pm (Don Giovanni)
Salzburger Marionettentheater
Kennedy Center, Terrace Theater

Tuesday, November 8, 8 pm
Madeline Adkins, violin, and Daniel Schlosberg, piano
Music by Debussy and Enescu
Embassy of Romania (1607 23rd Street NW)
Embassy Series

Wednesday, November 9, 7:30 pm
Musicians from Marlboro (Beethoven, Berg's Lyrische Suite)
Freer Gallery of Art, Meyer Auditorium

Thursday, November 10, 6:30 pm
Ensemble Millennium, directed by Dr. Dieter Lehnhoff
Baroque music from the Guatemalan Highlands (newly discovered cantatas and sacred works, from 16th- to 19th-century Guatemala) [FREE]
Inter-American Development Bank, Enrique V. Iglesias Conference Center (1330 New York Avenue NW)

Thursday, November 10, 7 pm; November 11 and 12, 8 pm
National Symphony Orchestra, with conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy and violinist Ryu Goto
Kennedy Center, Concert Hall

Thursday, November 10, 7:30 pm
Robert McDuffie, violin, and Christopher Taylor, piano
Kennedy Center, Terrace Theater (Fortas Chamber Music Series)

Friday, November 11, 8 pm
Graham Ashton Brass Ensemble
Embassy of Australia (1601 Massachusetts Avenue NW)
Embassy Series

Saturday, November 12, 11 am
Baltimore Symphony: The Mystery Express
For children, age 3 and up
Music Center at Strathmore

Saturday, November 12, 11 am and 1 pm
NSO Kinderkonzerts: Brought to You by the Letter "B" (Bach, Beethoven, Brahms)
Ages 4 and up
Carole Bean, flute; Dotian Levalier, harp; and William Wielgus, oboe
Kennedy Center, Theater Lab

Saturday, November 12, 2 pm
Alexander Kobrin, Van Cliburn Competition Winner, 2005 (WPAS)
Kennedy Center, Terrace Theater

Saturday, November 12, 8 pm
Woodley Ensemble, Masterworks of the Renaissance (Palestrina, Missa Repleatur Os Meum)
Peter Phillips, Guest Conductor
St. Peter's Catholic Church (313 Second Street SE)

Saturday, November 12, 8:15 pm (also November 16, 18, 20)
Bellini, La Sonnambula (with Valeria Esposito as Amina)
Baltimore Opera

Sunday, November 13, 1 pm
NSO Ensemble Concerts: Connections: History and Music (developed by NSO cellist Yvonne Caruthers)
History and music of colonial Jamestown, the Lewis and Clark expedition, the post-Civil War era, and the 20th century
Ages 9 and up
Kennedy Center, Theater Lab

Sunday, November 13, 2 pm
Kennedy Center Chamber Players (Mozart, Crumb, Franck)
Kennedy Center, Terrace Theater

Sunday, November 13, 3 pm; Saturday, November 19, 3 pm
Family Opera: The Barber of Seville (Lyric Opera of Chicago adaptation for children)
Opera Theatre of Northern Virginia

Sunday, November 13, 4 pm
Cathedral Choral Society: A Haven in America (Barber, Bernstein, Schoenberg, Zeisl)
With Leonard Slatkin, guest conductor, and Reilly Lewis, organ soloist
Washington National Cathedral

Sunday, November 13, 5 pm
David Korevaar, piano [FREE, with price of admission to the museum]
Phillips Collection

Sunday, November 13, 6:30 pm
Håvard Gimse, piano (music by Haydn, Franck, Chopin, and Norwegian composers) [FREE]
National Gallery of Art

Sunday, November 13, 7 pm
Hilary Hahn, violin (WPAS)
Kennedy Center, Concert Hall

——» Go to last week's schedule, for the week of October 30.

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