The NOVA Consort, a newly formed ensemble that includes some of the area’s finest early music performers, presented music from Renaissance Italy, reprising a program first heard at the opening of the Piero de Cosimo exhibition at the National Gallery of Art. Members of the consort are Barbara Hollinshead, mezzo-soprano; Robert Petillo, tenor; Tina Chancey, viola da gamba; Amy Domingues, viola da gamba; and Howard Bass, lute.
The Week Ahead……
by Larry Janezich
Monday, April 13
ANC 6D meets at 7:00pm, DCRA 2nd Floor Meeting Room, 1100 4th Street, SW.
Among items on the tentative agenda:
Public Safety Report – First District MPD (PSA 105 and 106).
Alcohol Beverage License Renewals for Cap Liquors and Shulman Liquors.
Recommendations to Alcohol Beverage Regulation Administration regarding pub crawls.
Buzzard Point L’Enfant Plan regarding proposed street closings.
Public Space Permit for paving, bike rack fixture and landscaping for 222 M Street, SW.
Tuesday, April 14
(ANC6B Postponed until April 20)
Tuesday, April 14
Public meeting at 6:30pm, Pilgrim AME Church, 612 17th Street, NE, to discuss the “under 25 year” lease negotiated by the Deputy Mayor of Education for the Monument Academy Public Charter School slated to open at the Gibbs Elementary School, 500 19th Street, NE. In attendance: CM Charles Allen, Yvette Alexander, Anita Bonds, David Grosso, Deputy Mayor of Education, Jennifer Niles, and Monument Academy Public Charter School reps.
Wednesday, April 15
ANC6A Economic Development Committee meets at 7:00pm at Sherwood Recreation Center (640 10th St, NE).
Among items on the agenda:
Historic Preservation recommendation regarding two story rear addition at 224 9th Street, NE.
Board of Zoning Adjustment recommendation regarding two story addition at 242 10th Street, NE.
Letter to advise the Zoning Administrator of the use of a portion of a lot at 20 14th Street, NE, as a parking lot without appropriate approval.
Thursday, April 16
DC EMANCIPATION DAY: DC GOVERNMENT WILL BE CLOSED. No trash pick-up and no parking enforcement except at National’s Park and on H Street, NE.
Friday, April 17
Open Stage at the Corner Store, 7:00pm – 8:00pm, 9th and South Carolina Avenue, SE.
Open Stage is a Washington, DC based open mic event for theatre artists – providing writers and performers a “casual, intimate setting” to present new one acts or excerpts from longer plays in 10 minute segments. Contact Openstagedc@gmail.com for info/rsvp.
Sunday, April 19
Capitol Hill Seventh Day Adventist Church will hold a “Community Shred It” event to celebrate Earth Day 2015. Residents may bring up to five boxes (paper ream size) of documents for confidential shredding. 9:00am – 12:00pm, 914 Massachusetts Avenue, NE. Free.