THE THIRTEEN CHOIR. The professional
choir’s signature tight harmonies shine in
“Bach Re;ections,” an evening of Bach,
Handel and more. The performance will also
feature New York-based REBEL Baroque
Orchestra. 5 p.m. $15-$35. Bradley Hills
Presbyterian Church, Bethesda. 301-365-
WASHINGTON PERFORMING ARTS: A
GLENN MILLER SWING CELEBRATION.
The U.S. Air Force Airmen of Note honor
the 75th anniversary of Maj. Glenn
Miller’s passing by regaling the audience
with some of the USAF Band creator’s
hit songs. 8 p.m. Free, but tickets are
required. The Music Center at Strathmore,
North Bethesda. 301-581-5100,
ANTONIO SANCHEZ & MIGRATION. The ;ve-
time Grammy winner, innovative drummer
and composer will perform numbers
from his latest work, Bad Hombre, which
features improvisational drumming infused
with electronic textures. 8 p.m. $28-$42.
AMP by Strathmore, North Bethesda. 301-
MS. LISA FISCHER & GRAND BATON.
Fischer—the former backup singer for
such high-pro;le artists as the Rolling
Stones and Sting—and her band will
be accompanied by musicians from the
National Philharmonic. They’ll perform hits
from Luther Vandross, Tina Turner and
more. 8 p.m. $38-$78. The Music Center
at Strathmore, North Bethesda. 301-581-
GINA CHAVEZ. The bilingual Latin folk-pop artist—and advocate—won the John
Lennon Songwriting Contest Grand Prize in
2014 for “Siete-D,” which she wrote about
her experience volunteering in gang-torn
San Salvador in El Salvador. Q&A to follow
the performance. 8 p.m. $25-$30. AMP
by Strathmore, North Bethesda. 301-581-
KRISTIN CHENOWETH. One of Broadway’s
biggest stars, the Tony and Emmy
Award-winning actress dazzles with her
combination of humor and powerhouse
vocals. 8 p.m. $78-$158. The Music
Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda.
April 10, 24
ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: CALISTA GARCIA.
The 2019 National YoungArts Foundation
winner in the voice/singer-songwriter
category plays guitar, piano, ukulele, bass,
mandolin and harmonica. Her folk-rock
blues sound is reminiscent of Fleetwood
Mac and Joni Mitchell. 7: 30 p.m. $17. The
Mansion at Strathmore, North Bethesda.
CAROLINA EYCK. The young German
prodigy is reintroducing the lost art of the
theremin—known for its eerie sound and
hands-free playing technique. 7: 30 p.m.
$30. The Mansion at Strathmore, North
Bethesda. 301-581-5100, strathmore.org.
APR 10 -
“Doors slam, trios are sung, seductions are interrupted,
faces are slapped and a very good time ensues.”
– The New York Times