Capital Fringe to Launch First-Ever Chamber Music Series This September

By: Aug. 03, 2016
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Capital Fringe will present four performances over three days with their first-ever Chamber Music Series at the Logan Fringe Arts Space, September 1st through the 3rd. Tickets can be purchased online, $20 each, at

The series began as a passion project of Julianne Brienza, Capital Fringe's founder and CEO. "Recently I've been very interested in classical music, and how much of it exists in the District, outside of large organizations like the National Symphony Orchestra," Brienza comments.

With a desire to craft a dynamic roster of performances, Brienza brought together Jeremy Ney and Ethan Foote to co-curate. This is the first time these two creative minds have collaborated; Ney an arts-program manager at a DC non-profit and avid piano player, and Foote a multifaceted musician and composer. Together they developed a series bringing together a dozen talented musicians.

The Chamber Music Series will be the first time classical chamber music will be performed in the Trinidad Theatre, the Logan Fringe Arts Space's signature black box space.

"The Trinidad Theatre is a pretty raw space," says Brienza, "and really intimate. Nothing like a concert hall you'd typically think of an orchestra playing in. I think the musicians are going to discover different places to take their music in the Trinidad Theatre."

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