2019 – 2020 Snapshot

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 – 5:00 pm

The Yale Whiffenpoofs

The Yale Whiffenpoofs, the world’s oldest and most renowned collegiate a cappella group, invite you to a night of jazz, oldies, classic rock, and everything in between. Their characteristic white tie and tails, paired with their enthusiasm and humor, have become iconic for audiences all around the United States and the globe. Recent Whiffenpoof performance venues have included Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the White House, the Rose Bowl, and Lincoln Center. The Whiffenpoofs have also reached a television audience of more than 175 million in appearances on NBC’s “The Sing Off,”“The West Wing,”“The Today Show,”“60 Minutes,”“Gilmore Girls,”“Jeopardy!,” “Saturday Night Live,” and, “Glee,”and have performed for multiple sitting Presidents of the United States.

Tickets: $30/25/10 for general admission, students, and children under age 15. $5 off if purchased in advance.

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Sunday, December 22, 2019 – 5:00pm

The Thirteen – Silent Night, Starry Night

Praised for “striking color and richness” (The Washington Post) and “a tight and attractive vocal blend and excellent choral discipline” (American Record Guide), The Thirteen is an all-star professional ensemble known for inspired and powerful live concerts. Since its founding in 2012, the choir has been at the forefront of invigorating performances of choral gems from early chant to contemporary world premieres and the centuries in between.This holiday season join The Thirteen’s song-filled journey through the cosmos and the Christmas story. Featuring your favorite holiday carols, The Thirteen’s own arrangement of Silent Night, and contemporary composer Kile Smith’s driving and touching The Consolation of Apollo, this concert can’t be missed! Hailed as “ecstatically beautiful,” The Consolation of Apollo pairs the words of the Apollo 8 astronauts on Christmas Eve 1968 with the writings of the Roman philosopher Boethius for a fantastical take on the Christmas story. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, this performance will be accompanied by projected images from NASA’s archives.

$30/25/10 for general admission, students, and children under age 15. $5 off if purchased in advance.

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Saturday, March 21, 2020 – 7:30 pm

Frederica von Stade, mezzo soprano & Joel Ayau, piano

Recognized as one of the most beloved musical figures of our time, Frederica von Stade has enriched the world of classical music for three decades with her appearances in opera, concert, and recital. The mezzo-soprano is well known to audiences around the world through her numerous featured appearances on television,including several PBS specials and “Live from Lincoln Center” telecasts. Her recordings have garnered six Grammy nominations, two Grand Prix du Disc awards, the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis, Italy’s Premio della Critica Discografica, and “Best of the Year” citations by Stereo Review and Opera News. In 1983 von Stadewas honored with an award given at The White House by President Reagan in recognition of her significant contribution to the arts. Join “Flicka” for this chance to hear a living legend perform repertoire from Maurice Ravelto Jake Heggie, from Francis Poulenc to Aaron Copeland!

Tickets: $30/25/10 for general admission, students, and children under age 15. $5 off if purchased in advance.

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Saturday, April 4, 2020 – 7:30 pm Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Requiem

The Orchestra of the Hills; Bradley Hills Chancel Choir; Choir of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, Geoffrey Silver, Music Director; soloists from The Thirteen, Matthew Robertson, conductor

Towards the end of his life, under enormous financial pressures, Mozart undertook one of his greatest endeavors: the composition of a mass for the dead. Left unfinished and later completed by Mozart’s student Franz Xaver Süssmayr, this final masterpiece is “full of power and drama” (Chicago Sun-Times). Join the Bradley Hills Chancel Choir, The Orchestra of the Hills, the choir of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, soloists from The Thirteen, and conductor Matthew Robertson for a riveting performance of this beloved work.

Tickets: $30/25/10 for general admission, students, and children under age 15. $5 off if purchased in advance.

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Saturday, April 18, 2020 – 7:30pm

C Street Brass Dances and Daydreams

Join us as we welcome C Street Brass for their triumphant return to Bradley Hills Presents. Since their founding in 2008,C Street Brass has delighted audiences from Pittsburgh to Tbilisi, Georgia and from Doha, Qatar to right here in Bethesda, MD! Passionately committed to a repertoire spanning from the baroque to Broadway, C Street Brass is sure to delight with this program featuring composers such as Billy Joel, George Gershwin, and John Lennon!

Ticket prices $25/20/5 for general admission, students and children.

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The concert series is an important means of connecting with the wider musical community, a source of mission and social outreach and a vital form of evangelization. The mission of Concerts at Bradley Hills is to provide world-class musical events in a wonderful acoustic setting, thereby sharing the joy of music with the public as a living ministry. Some of these concerts are also essential ways of aiding social justice ministries through the donation of proceeds to various charitable organizations.  


A concert series at Bradley Hills was first created under the tenure of Donald S. Sutherland, director of music from 1971 to 1999. From 1972 to 1991, “Bradley Hills Presents” offered world-class concerts, featuring many famous musicians: Marie-Claire Alain, William Albright, Phyllis Bryn-Julson, David Craighead, Leon Fleisher, Judith and Gerre Hancock, Susan Landale, André Marchal, the National Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet, Martin Neary, Louis Robilliard, Ned Rorem, Albert Russell, Larry Smith, Donald S. Sutherland, Vernon de Tar, the Theatre Chamber Players, and Dame Gillian Weir.

With the revival of the concert series in 2009 Bradley Hills has once again opened its doors to talented performers as a mission to the wider music community.

Friends of Music

Friends of Music consists of all those who, through donation of their time and financial gifts, support the cause of concerts at Bradley Hills. Concerts sponsored by Friends of Music are supported solely through suggested donations and admission costs collected at all events, as well as the gracious financial contributions and volunteer efforts of Friends of Music.

Become a Friend of Music: If you would like to become a Friend of Music at Bradley Hills or receive email updates and mailings about future concerts:

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