Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Free Evening Out for Wonderful Music and Entertainment

We are giving away free tickets to the Bach Sinfonia Performance of King Arthur at the Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda on Saturday, May 9 at 8PM. This should be a wonderful performance.

The Bach Sinfonia: Purcell's King Arthur in Concert
Presented by Strathmore
Saturday, May 9, 2009 at 8:00 PM
In the Music Center at Strathmore

Enemies and enchantments abound in this 17th-century semi-opera for orchestra, chorus, soloists and narrator—a musical tale of love and war and magic.

Purcell's King Arthur is a robust large-scale work in five acts for soloists, chorus and orchestra. In this semi-opera, Arthur battles to unite Britain and to rescue his fiancé, Princess Emmeline, from the clutches of his arch-enemy, the Saxon King Oswald. Based on a libretto by John Dryden, King Arthur was first performed in 1691. The semi-opera, a genre unique to the late seventeenth century, features both music and spoken dialog throughout. Sinfonia's performance presents an adapted dramatic narration to tell this exciting tale alongside the superb musical entertainment. This performance marks the 350th anniversary of the composers' birth.


All you have to do to enter our GOODIE contest is visit our web site, www.WashingtonFAMILY.com and click on the Green “G” with flowers all over it. There is a form there to fill out and you just enter the secret code.

The deadline is 9AM, Thursday, April 30. The winners will be drawn at random from the entries.

Usually to get the secret code for our GOODIE Give-Away, you have to be signed up for our eNewsletter (which you can do while you are on our site) but this time I am going to give it to you so you can participate in this fun & entertaining GOODIE Give-away.

Please sign up for our eNewsletter so you will find out about all of our GOODIE Give-Aways and also hear about all the great things going on in Washington for parents and children.

OH – I ALMOST FORGOT. The secret code is . . . . Arthur


Happy Parenting -- Brenda

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