Monday
Nov302009

Summer Fundraiser

Congratulations s to Buffy Nicolas, the winner of our Guitar Raffle - a  fundraiser for the Washington International Chorus. Thank you to everyone who participated – We exceeded our fundraising goal of $2000.00 and could not have done it without your help!!

Monday
Sep282009

Washinton International Chorus reorganization

ANNOUNCEMENT, February 4, 2009: The Washington International Chorus resumes regular rehearsals!

 

The Washington International Chorus (WIC) has reorganized underAmico Artists. The chorus has been operating informally under theAmico Artists (See www.amicoartists.com)banner since its inception in 2008 but will now be managed by Amico,the arts project of the non-profit organization Campaign Digital, Inc., a Maryland not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization (See www.campaigndigital.org).

The chorus begins rehearsals on Tuesday February10, 2009 at the United Church 1920 G St NW from 7-9 pm. Nearest metro stop is Foggy Bottom or Farragut West. We welcome newcomers who want to sing with us.

 

Monday
Sep282009

Spring Recital

AMICO ARTISTS PRESENTS:  A SPRING RECITAL

Sunday, April 19, 2009   5 p.m.

BETH RUBENS, SOPRANO

GILLIAN COOKSON, PIANO

 

Location:  The Dennis & Phillip Ratner Museum

1001 Old Georgetown Road

Bethesda, MD 20814

 

Music by Purcell, Mendelssohn, Chausson, Rodrigo, Gershwin, and others.

Proceeds to the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer for the "Friends of musiKids" Team in memory of Lisa Flaxman   Donations will be accepted at the event.

RSVP:  www.administrator@amicoartists.com or just go to the CONTACT US section of this webpage and send us an email letting us know that you will be coming and how many people will be with you.

 

Tuesday
Mar172009

November 2008 Photography Event

Amico Artists presents

“Andrew Zimmermann: Photographs”


Photography Exhibition | Friday, November 21 | Willard Office Building, 4th Floor



Andrew Zimmermann is a local up-and-coming photographer whose work defies categorization. Using a time-honored photographic process with large format view cameras, he creates black and white silver gelatin prints that combine the virtues of the starkly literal and the rigorously abstract. Contact printed to the original size of the negatives and hand worked throughout the developing and printing process, his photographs are crisp, detailed and intimate, fully maintaining the integrity of the negative. He focuses not on a particular subject, but instead investigates evocative forms and images that exist within the natural world, accentuating overlooked beauty and challenging the viewer’s perception of reality.

Andrew Zimmerman’s photographs will be on display at the Willard Office Building on November 21st from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. All items are for sale at the event and refreshments will be served. Please RSVP through the Amico website or by emailing rsvp@campaigndigital.org

 

When: November 21, 2008 from 5:30 to 7:30

Where: 1455 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20004

Nearest Metro Stops: Metro Center and McPherson Square

Visit: www.andrewzphotographs.com to view some of Andrews Photographs

Photo: Andrew Zimmermann

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