Alexandria After Work Concert Series
Alexandria’s History Museum at the Lyceum, 201 S. Washington St.
Free for members of the Folklore Society of Greater Washington; $5 for non-members.
Join us in Old Town Alexandria each second Friday of the month for a concert sponsored by The Folklore Society of Greater Washington (FSGW) and The Office of Historic Alexandria. Locations will rotate between Lloyd House (220 North Washington Street), and the Alexandria History Museum at The Lyceum (201 South Washington Street).
Friday, December 13, 2019, at the Alexandria History Museum at The Lyceum, come celebrate the holidays with the tuneful playing and melodious singing of Quercus. For years David McKindley-Ward (banjo, guitar, voice) and Marty Frye (flute, fiddle) have been steeping themselves in the D.C.-Baltimore area’s lauded Irish music community, like a good pot of Barry’s tea. Apart from craic of the finest quality, Marty and David seek to cultivate a musical sensitivity that does justice to the masterful touch of the old players, while being honest to their own creative instincts.
Please note that December’s concert will begin an hour later than usual, with the performance scheduled 7-9 p.m.
The Alexandria History Museum at The Lyceum is located at 201 South Washington Street. Great music with a suggested donation for the musicians. Free for members of the Folklore Society of Greater Washington; $5 for non-members. Beer and wine for sale; light refreshments available as well.