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Washington Performing Arts announced today its newest community-focused program: Mars Arts D.C. Concert Series at Songbyrd.
The four-part series showcases a wide array of local artists and musical styles, ranging from soulful brass playing to folk singing and more.
Mars Arts D.C. Concert Series at Songbyrd launches on Wednesday, March 2 at Songbyrd Music House in Northeast D.C., with subsequent performances on April 13, May 18, and June 22; all at 7pm.
The concerts are being offered free-of-charge, but advanced registration is required.
Following the ethos of past Mars Arts D.C. programming, the concert series at Songbyrd provides local artists a new platform and a support team to share their art with a wider audience.
ABOUT DuPont Brass
DuPont Brass is a unique, soulful, brass ensemble hailing from the DMV. Originally composed of five music majors from Howard University, trying to raise money for tuition during the Christmas season, has now grown to a nine-piece ensemble consisting of brass, a rhythm section, and vocalists.
Gaining popularity from playing at local Metro stations, DuPont Brass started out playing for weddings, banquets, and other private events in the surrounding area. Consistently touching the hearts of the community with their heartwarming testimony, DuPont Brass has been featured on WPFW’s Live at Five three times and in The Washington Post.
Through their training in both classical and contemporary styles, the rising supergroup has developed a sound that mixes a variety of genres including jazz, hip-hop, and R&B.
In their latest effort, Music Education, DuPont Brass shows us why they are qualified to excel in both the education and performance arenas of the music industry. Filled with a diverse arsenal of musical styles, they present a body of work made with every kind of listener in mind.
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