Kaffeehaus Performance Series
Please join us at WWS for live performances, dessert, and hot drinks during the 2016-2017 Kaffeehaus performance series. RSVP here.
Upcoming performances include:
Sunday, March 19, 2017, "Chamber Music Concert" - National Symphony Orchestra and Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra Musicians perform. (Ticketed event, more information coming soon.)
Bring your friends and the whole family to enjoy stand-out performance evenings by our WWS parents, teachers, students, alumni, and parents of alumni. A great way to warm up on the weekend!
Donations and ticket proceeds support the WWS Annual Fund and future Kaffeehaus performances.
The 2016 -2017 Kaffeehaus performance series:
"Chamber Music Concert" - National Symphony Orchestra and Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra Musicians perform. Sunday, March 19. (Ticketed event, more information coming soon.)
"Singer-Songwriter Night: Jazz Standards and New" - WWS Alumnus Robert Coleman and Faculty member Russell Kramer. Friday, February 3, 2017, 7-9pm.
“An Evening of Song with Sophie and Simon” - Broadway Favorites and Contemporary Ballads. Friday, January 27, 2017, from 7-9 p.m.
"Journeys: Dramatic Speech Performance" - Debbie Spitulnik. Sunday, November 13, 2016, 4:30 p.m.
2015-2016 Kaffeehaus Performance Series
April 2016: We are grateful to have wonderfully talented parents in our community. In April 2016, music artists Joel Fuller, First Violinist, National Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Foster, Principal Violist, National Symphony Orchestra; David Teie, Cellist, National Symphony Orchestra; Adria Sternstein Foster, Principal Flutist, Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra; and Brad Clark, piano, performed Chamber music by Mozart and Kuhlau before an intimate audience of 55 WWS community members. The evening opened with Quartet in D major, K. 155, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), performed by the WWS 6th Grade String Quartet – “The No Violist Quartet”; followed by Trio Op. 119 for Flute, Cello and Piano, by Friedrich Kuhlau (1786-1832); performed by Ms. Sternstein Foster, Mr. Teie and Mr. Clark. The program ended with Divertimento in Eb major, K 563, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; performed by Mr. Fuller, Mr. Foster, and Mr. Teie. Many thanks to our performers and our host, Brad Clark, for offering a truly wonderful musical evening all for the benefit of the Washington Waldorf School.
February 2016: Many thanks to faculty member Russell Kramer and students, and members of The Kids Don't Stand a Chance band for an amazing performance at the inaugaral WWS Kaffeehaus! We were thrilled to welcome over 50 guests to enjoy original music by Russell, and toe-tapping tunes by the WWS parent infused band. Special thanks to Red Velvet Cupcakery for their donation of fresh cupcakes. Thank you to our patrons whose donations raised $600 for the WWS Annual Fund!