D.C. Songwriter Showcase: The Capital Hearings & The Sweater Set

SOURCE: All Souls Memorial Episcopal Church Festival of Music.

WHAT: D.C. Songwriter Showcase: The Capital Hearings & The Sweater Set

WHEN: Sun, July 16, 2017 from 7 PM to 8 PM

WHERE: All Souls Memorial Episcopal, 2300 Cathedral Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20008


The Capital Hearings–D.C.’s leaders in cross-genre a cappella–will join forces with the endearing folk duo The Sweater Set for a dynamic and compelling evening of original and familiar music.

Through a unique collaborative effort, supported by the D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities, the groups will co-premiere two original songs written by The Sweater Set’s Sara Curtin and Maureen Andary, each performed in acoustic and a cappella styles.

The free, hour-long concert will also feature a wide variety of folk, jazz, classical, and pop music from both groups. The performance will be preceded by a 6 p.m. reception.

The Capital Hearings

Since 2010, The Capital Hearings have crafted a unique and compelling blend of cross-genre a cappella in Washington, D.C. Bringing together singers from a wide variety of musical backgrounds, they are dedicated to making exceptional music from jazz standards to Top 40 hits and classical choral favorites. Their debut album, Opening Statement, was released in 2013. Learn more at TheCapitalHearings.com.

The Sweater Set
“The Sweater Set will pluck at your heart strings,” with “an intimidating number of instruments,” (WaPo) and soaring soprano-alto harmonies. Listeners are invited into Sara Curtin & Maureen Andary’s joyful friendship as they sing about loves lost and found, accompanying themselves with elaborate arrangements of accordion, banjo, ukulele, guitar, and flute. Learn more at TheSweaterSet.com.

Funded in part by the D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.


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