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Event Details Trivia Nights at Mellow Mushroom
Date: 1/17/2018 until 2/28/2018
Time: 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Location: Mellow Mushroom @ 1030 Elden St, Herndon, VA 20170 (View Map)

Description: nerd out!. nerds unite!. Join us every Wednesday for our weekly installment of Team Trivia! It's a free and fun way to let off some midweek steam and express that once-thought random knowledge of World War II, Britney Spears' pop songs, and the fact you in fact DO KNOW where Senegal is on a map. We play every Wednesday at 8pm and offer some fantastic prizes and beer specials. $15 pitchers of a rotating draft selection $50 for FIRST PLACE $25 for SECOND PLACE $10 for THIRD PLACE $0 for random bits of irrelevant information.

For more information contact:
Mellow Mushroom
pooja@goampm.com
202-290-2778

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National Chamber Ensemble - Valentine's Concert : The Romantic Violin For Two
Date: 2/10/2018
Time: 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Location: Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington @ 4444 Arlington Blvd, Arlington, VA 22204 (View Map)

Description: The National Chamber Ensemble continues its eleventh season with Romantic Violin For Two a repertoire of romantic works for Valentine's Day. One violin virtuoso is great, but two are even better! Enjoy some of the most romantic music for a unique duo of two violins and piano. Artistic director/violinist Leo Sushansky and internationally acclaimed violinist and University of Maryland violin professor James Stern are joined by dynamic pianist Kathryn Brake for a program of works by Mozart, Moszkowski, Paganini, Massenet and Kreisler. Mozart's Concertante for Two Violins opens the performance. It is also one of the works that has been behind the "Mozart Effect". This music has been known to raise the IQ level of the listener, although only temporarily.Lush works of Massenet, Paganini, and Kreisler to conclude the first half of the program.The second half features Moritz Moszkowski s Suite in G Minor. Moszkowski was considered as the natural successor to Chopin. The Suite dramatic, romantic and brilliant invariably will bring the tangible pleasure of a new exciting discovery for those who attend this concert. Reception with the artists to follow performance.

For more information contact:
National Chamber Ensemble
ncecontact@aol.com
(703)685-7590

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