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    Regina Carter

  • Dates:
    February 6, 2021
  • Time:
    3:00 PM
  • Admission:
    $20 Reston/$40 Non-Reston
  • Location:
    Reston Community Center
  • Address:
    2310 Colts Neck Rd., Reston, VA 20191
  • Phone:
    (703) 390-6167

$20 Reston/$40 Non-Reston

Winter 2021 Tickets Go On Sale: December 1 (Reston)/December 8 (Non-Reston & Online)

“Regina Carter creates music that is wonderfully listenable…and, at times, breathtakingly daring…taking the listener into the future of jazz.” – Time Magazine

In this stunning performance, Grammy-nominated violinist Regina Carter celebrates parts of America where hundreds of thousands of people – mostly Black residents, immigrants and the disadvantaged – had homes, businesses and churches demolished in the name of urban renewal. The program will include original music, as well as music of the past, poetry, spoken word and visual art elements. For Carter, a MacArthur Foundation “Genius Grant” awardee, the violin isn’t simply an improvisational vehicle – it is a passport to unexpected realms.


Contact: Paul Michnewicz
Phone: 703-390-6167