Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Holiday concert from DC's Different Drummers on Sunday

Another neat holiday event from DC's Different Drummers,
DC's Different Drummers Holiday Prism Concert - Sunday, December 11th at 3pm
DC's Different Drummers will host our Holiday Prism Concert is this Sunday, December 11, 2011, at 3pm. The event will be held at the Columbia Heights Education Campus Auditorium(CHEC), located at 3101 16th Street NW, Washington, D.C. 
Tickets are available via band members, at the door during the event and our online store. They are $20 for adults, and $10 for Seniors and students with a valid student ID. For more info, visit
What is a Prism Concert, you may ask? It is a unique performance in which our different participating groups rotate sets throughout the show, allowing you to encounter each group on different "moods" during the program. Another key element is that the music is continuous; the performers are set up in different positions throughout the space, and as one group finishes, the next begins, and the sound does not stop until the end of the show. 
This performance will be a culmination of DC Swing!, the Capitol Pride Symphonic Band, and several of our small ensembles - from our clarinet choir to Sax and the CityThe Mad Hatters and more! 
We look forward to seeing you at this special, holiday event on Sunday, December 11th!
And here's more about DCDD:
DC's Different Drummers is the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area's music organization for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, family and friends with several performing groups including the Capitol Pride Symphonic Band (CPSB), Capitol Pride Winds, DC Swing! big band, DCDD Marching Band, Pep Band, and several small ensembles. We welcome all of our friends and supporters in our 31st year! 


  1. The title has the wrong day for the concert. The article copy is correct, the concert is Sunday, December 11th at 3pm.

  2. You're welcome, and thank you for fixing the title so quickly.


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