By Jack Fishman, VP, External Affairs, BSO at Strathmore

Evermay Estate InteriorAt the end of October the BSO will collaborate for the second time with the S&R Foundation and the Evermay Estate in Georgetown. Two BSO musicians will join forces with two S&R musicians for an evening of exquisite piano quartet repertoire. This performance features BSO Concertmaster Jonathan Carney, BSO Principal Cello Dariusz Skoraczewski, S&R Principal Artist-in-Residence Pianist Ryo Yanagitani, and violist of the Evermay Chamber Orchestra and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Meng Wang. Only 100 tickets are available for this not-to-miss showcase. Purchase tickets by clicking here.

Fri, Oct 30, 7:30 pm
Evermay Estate
Mozart: Piano Quartet in G minor, K. 478
Schumann: Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 47

About the Evermay Estate:

Evermay Estate ExteriorIn the heart of Georgetown, one of Washington D.C.'s oldest communities, the historic Evermay estate, provides a rare glimpse of the elegance and beauty that once graced the Nation’s Capital. Built in 1801 for a prominent 18th century businessman and landowner, Evermay was designed by Nicholas King, the first surveyor of Washington, D.C., and the founder of the city's first library.

Surrounded by acres of beautiful, well-landscaped lawns and gardens, Evermay’s impressive Federal-style architecture provides a constant reminder of its illustrious past, while its location overlooking the District of Columbia offers breathtaking views of Rock Creek Park and the Washington Monument.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Evermay now serves as the home of the S&R Foundation, Inc. Respectful of this extraordinary setting, the Foundation fully embraces its partnership with history.

Evermay Estate
1623 28th Street NW
Washington, DC 20007

For more information and to purchase tickets visit Tickets are $65 and may only be purchased at this website.