‘Songs of the Season’ with American Festival Pops Orchestra: Greater than 60 musicians, together with members of the U.S. army ensembles and George Mason College’s music school, make up AFPO, which brings festive favorites to GMU’s Middle for the Arts in a vacation pops efficiency. The orchestra is joined by jazz vocalist Darden Purcell, in addition to the Fairfax 4 Quartet and the Mason Jazz Vocal Ensemble, for a night of practically two dozen Christmas classics and unique compositions. Saturday at 8 p.m. From $36; half-price for youngsters via grade 12.
‘Season of Hope’ with the U.S. Air Force Band: Past the neoclassical pillars outdoors DAR Structure Corridor, the Air Power Live performance Band performs Christmas tunes match for the household, as dancers from the Virginia Ballet carry out alternatives from “The Nutcracker” and the Washington Performing Arts Youngsters of the Gospel Choir joins in on carols. Saturday at 7 p.m. Free with reservations.
D.C.’s Different Drummers Holiday Concert: Ugly vacation sweaters are inspired at this present that includes jazz, symphonic and chamber ensembles from D.C.’s Totally different Drummers, a bunch of over 125 LGBTQ+ musicians whose members will carry out festive songs on the Lutheran Church of the Reformation on Capitol Hill. Observe: Proof of coronavirus vaccination is required for ages 12 and up. Sunday at 3 p.m. Free.
A number of choices to rejoice ‘Tuba Christmas’: In an annual custom that was began 49 years in the past in New York and has since expanded throughout the nation, low brass (tuba, sousaphone and euphonium) gamers of all ages are welcome to hitch within the merriment of Tuba Christmas. Inexperienced persons and professionals alike unite to reimagine vacation classics — within the bass clef solely. Tuba Christmas hits Annapolis on Saturday at 3 p.m., Leesburg on Sunday at 2 p.m. and the Kennedy Center on Monday at 6 p.m. Free.
Holiday Concert and Sing-Along with the Capital City Symphony: This singalong vacation present options the 55-year-old group orchestra on the Atlas Performing Arts Middle. If you happen to missed an opportunity to get tickets for the sold-out Homosexual Males’s Refrain Vacation Present sequence, don’t fret — the symphony might be joined by Potomac Fever, an a cappella group made up of members of the refrain. Dec. 18 at 3:30 p.m. $35; free for ages 16 and youthful.