Saturday, September 29th at 7:00 – 10:00 pm
Washington Sound Museum’s 14th installment focuses its attention on the dynamic instrumentalist that helps shape Christylez Bacon’s Progressive Hip-Hop sound. The featured artists are Hindustani Classical violinist, Nistha Raj, Post-Classical cellist, Wytold, and Jazz saxophonist, John Kocur. These talented musicians are all masters in their own genres that push the envelope by incorporating worldly sounds, as Christylez Bacon does in this series.
September’s Washington Sound Museum takes place on the 29th at Bloombars in Columbia Heights and is preempted by a traditional tea ceremony where patrons can enjoy a unique tea and learn about its history.
About Washington Sound Museum
Washington Sound Museum is a cross-cultural collaborative music experience, a monthly intimate celebration of music and beverage, in partnership with Christylez Bacon & BloomBars.
The purpose of the event is to introduce audiences to a variety of musical genres while bringing them together each month through collaboration.
At 7pm, prior to the performance, patrons can enjoy a tea reception on the upper level of the Bloombars building. Each month, a different tea will be featured along with a presentation that gives a brief history of the tea and some little known facts and trivia.
Christylez Bacon • Progressive Hip-Hop Artist
- 7:00PM Teatime
- 8:00PM Performances
- $15 Suggested Donation