Theater & Shows in Foggy Bottom, Washington, D. C.


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  • The Choral Arts Society of Washington
    One of the oldest symphonic choruses in DC, Choral Arts has sung alongside the National Symphony Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, and the Mariinsky Orchestra (among others), before 100,000 people in Red Square after the fall of communism and as carolers on The West Wing.
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    2700 F Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • The Washington Chorus
    When the Rolling Stones wanted a chorus to sing with them during their last gig on their "50 and Counting" tour, they knew who to call: The Washington Chorus. That unexpected melding of talent is a testament to the group's stellar reputation—the Grammy-winning ensemble is noted for its ability to engage a wide range of audiences. And they've done just that for more than 50 seasons, delighting ears with a repertoire of classical masterpieces and modern compositions. Equally committed to enriching their community, the chorus performs free concerts throughout the greater D.C. area, sponsors a junior choir, and gently corrects anyone who misspells "requiem."
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    2700 F Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Bayou on Penn
    If you're in Washington DC and you love the Big Easy (but lack the time or funds for a trip to New Orleans), there's a place for you. It’s called Bayou and it’s just up your ally. Located on Pennsylvania Avenue, and just a stone’s throw from the Foggy Bottom Metro, you’ll find the home of award winning New Orleans cuisine. But it's not just about the food here. There are drinks and dancing with such a lively atmosphere you'll wonder if you're on Bourbon Street. And if that's not enough, you can catch local and national recording artists or nightly specials on food and drink. Come see what they've got cookin' up by stopping at Bayou today.
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    2519 Pennsylvania Ave NW
    Washington, DC US
  • La Musica Latina
    Since 1965, Choral Arts has toured internationally, produced 18 recordings, and grown its symphonic chorus to include more than 180 professional singers. Artistic director Scott Tucker christens his first season with the ensemble, calling upon more than 17 years of experience as a director at Cornell University and as an assistant conductor at Harvard University. The ensemble regularly performs with the National Symphony Orchestra and other orchestras from around the world.
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    730 21st St. NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Lisner Auditorium
    Since 1981, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC, has aimed to provide a gathering place for gay people and educate the public about their community through the arts. Since then, the award-winning choir—which rings with the voices of nearly 300 members—has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Lincoln Theatre, and the Obama inaugural celebration, as well as at venues throughout the world. Their upbeat productions also have been the soundtrack at community events for the Whitman-Walker Clinic and PFLAG.
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    730 21st St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Eden Lounge
    Sure, it's a nightclub, but there is something gardenesque about Eden. The walls are covered with alternating swaths of ivy and hardwood, hookahs fill the air with sweet smells, and there's plenty of fresh air and starlight up on the rooftop patio. And while there are no forbidden trees, there's plenty to be tempted by. The bar's stocked with premium spirits, which guests can order by the bottle in the VIP section. The bottle-service menu includes everything from bottles of Bacardi to six-liter behemoths of rose, often delivered under a shower of sparklers, and always by a human. The top-notch service here has even attracted some pretty recognizable revelers, including Drake and J. Cole.
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    1716 I Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US

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