Washington, DC

Even if you didn’t know it, you’ve heard Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” in movies, commercials and even on The Simpsons.

Come experience one of the most recognizable works of classical music at the National Cathedral.

But just because “The Four Seasons” is familiar doesn’t mean it won’t dazzle you. With these four violin concertos, you can feel the beauty of a year in full. Close your eyes and visualize a summer storm, a cooling autumn breeze, the feel of a flake of snow landing on your nose and the murmuring streams of spring.

The September 28 performance introduces the Cathedral’s newest artist-in-residence, Elicia Silverstein, and also features Vivaldi’s “Gloria” and Berio’s “Corale”. As summer leads to fall, allow Vivaldi’s accessible concertos to transport you through a year in one evening.

It’s the perfect way to experience the crisp magic of autumn, and you’ll finally be able to identify that catchy classical tune that sets the tone for so many powerful pop culture moment.

Tickets available here.

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