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Sunday, Sept. 11, 3 p.m.
McLean Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd, McLean, Va., 22102
Free admission

For all ages. Old-school funky, foot-stomping R&B saxophone. Lil’ Maceo’s musical roots in funk,pop, dance and contemporary jazz will get you off your butt and partying.



Saturday, Sept. 17, 5 p.m.
Free admission
McLean Central Park, 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd., McLean, Va. 22101

 

The Sons of Mystro are brothers who use their violins to interpret reggae classics and American pop songs by such artists as Al Green, LMFAO, Bob Marley and Dua Lipa. They are winners of the Emerging Artist Under 21 Years Old Award from the International Reggae and World Music Awards.

“The band dazzled alongside each other, their chemistry drawing the crowd out of the shade and into the open lawn, dancing their way to the stage.” - TropiCult (covering SunFest)

 

buy tix offFriday Sept. 23, 8 p.m.
Tickets: $20 for Adults; $15 for MCC district residents, students and seniors (65+)
at The Alden 


Producer: Shaun Moe , Claire Tse
Director: Michael Replogle
Presented by special arrangement with ASCAP.

McLean Community Players returns to The Alden at the McLean Community Center in September with a gala revue remembering songs from past shows and looking to the future with songs from shows MCP has not done yet. Check back for more information.

buy tix offSaturday, Sept. 24, 2 p.m.
Tickets: $20 for Adults; $15 for MCC district residents, students and seniors (65+)
at The Alden 


Producer: Shaun Moe , Claire Tse
Director: Michael Replogle
Presented by special arrangement with ASCAP.

McLean Community Players returns to The Alden at the McLean Community Center in September with a gala revue remembering songs from past shows and looking to the future with songs from shows MCP has not done yet. Check back for more information.

buy tix offSaturday, Sept. 24, 8 p.m.
Tickets: $20 for Adults; $15 for MCC district residents, students and seniors (65+)
at The Alden 


Producer: Shaun Moe , Claire Tse
Director: Michael Replogle
Presented by special arrangement with ASCAP.

McLean Community Players returns to The Alden at the McLean Community Center in September with a gala revue remembering songs from past shows and looking to the future with songs from shows MCP has not done yet. Check back for more information.

buy tix offFriday, Oct. 14, 7 p.m.
$30/$20 MCC district residents/$25 seniors and students

The Boy Band Project transports you back to a time when the boy band phenom dominated pop culture and TRL was appointment television. Delivered with their own special mix of handsomeness, tongue-in-cheek humor and talent from Broadway’s “Wicked,” “Hairspray” and “Mamma Mia” (and more), these boys recreate the sounds and choreography of your favorite boy bands, from NKOTB to One Direction.

buy tix offSunday, Nov. 6, 2 p.m.
$10/$5 MCC district residents/$7 seniors and students

These McLean locals, Six Pack Rodeo, will rock you with their special brand of “country with a kick”— original music, classic rock and even country favorites.


buy tix offChamber Music Series

Sunday, Nov. 20, 2 p.m. 
$10/$5 MCC district residents/$7 for seniors and students

District5 is a daring, Washington D.C.-based wind quintet that specializes in new music and new transcriptions. They are recipients of a 2016 Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Grant with composer Evis Sammoutis and have recently performed at "The REACH" at the Kennedy Center, Dumbarton Oaks, U.S. Department of State, Library of Congress, Barns at Wolf Trap, DC Kosciuszko Foundation and the Anderson House. In 2014, they gave the U.S. premiere of Karlheinz Stockhausen's ROTARY Woodwind Quintet.


buy tix offSunday, Dec. 18, 2 p.m.
$25/$15 MCC district residents/$20 seniors and students

Northern Virginia’s own Virginia Chamber Orchestra has been called “one of the most interesting orchestras in the metropolitan area” by The Washington Post. Celebrate the holidays with festive orchestral sounds.

 

 Photo: Lou Sica

buy tix offChamber Music Series

 

Sunday, Feb. 12, 2 p.m.
$10/$5 MCC district residents/$7 for seniors and students

The Beau Soir Ensemble is a flute, viola and harp trio dedicated to the performance of standard and contemporary repertoire spanning a variety of genres. Founded by harpist Michelle Lundy in 2007, the group regularly performs at venues and acclaimed concert series in the Mid-Atlantic region, including the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage, Strathmore Mansion, The Alden and Harman Center for the Arts. The trio won the 2014 Montpelier Arts Recital Competition and frequently offers performances featuring world and local premiers by various exciting composers.