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May 9 9:00pm - 3:00am


2135 Queens Chapel Road NE

Washington, District of Columbia 20018 Map

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Nightlife Agency and Panorama Productions Present:

Paris Hilton LIVE DJ SET at Echostage!

Opening Set: Carlos Melange (Borgata Casino’s MIX Nightclub Resident DJ)
Closing Set: George Acosta (Trance DJ Legend)

She hit the Ultra Music Festival in Miami, she’s got a full on legit residency in Atlantic City, she’s one of the self proclaimed ‘Top 5 DJ’s in the World’, and for the first time Ms. Hilton will be showcasing her turn table skills in the Nation’s Capital.

After scoring a major $400,000, four-gig residency at Harrah’s Casino’s ‘After Dark’ party in Atlantic City, the socialite/reality star/actress/singer turned DJ is hitting Echostage for a live DJ set along with opener Carlos Melange, and closing the night with George Acosta who is no stranger to Glow parties.

Paris Hilton also inked a MAJOR contract with one of the biggest clubs in Ibiza back in the summer after packing the house for several months in a row. She didn’t make the Forbes top 13 Electronic Cash Kings for 2013 … but don’t be surprised if she pops up on the list next year.

Now’s your chance to see the blonde bombshell like you’ve never seen her before. PLUS DJ Titan George Acosta! Now, That’s Hot!

Doors 9PM | No dress code | Ages 18+
Bottle Service: | 202.503.2331

Echostage • 2135 Queens Chapel Road NE • Washington, DC

Saturday, May 10
May 10 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Rosslyn Spectrum Theater at Artisphere

1611 N. Kent Street, (2 blocks from the Rosslyn Metro, free garage parking in the Spectrum Garage, entrance in back from Arlington Ridge Road)

Arlington, Virginia 22209 Map

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Dear friends,
Are you looking for special way to celebrate Mother’s Day? Look no further. The National Chamber Ensemble is known for programming great music from a wide range of genres, and for creating fun, exciting and welcoming concert environments that audiences love.

This one has it all … Classical Favorites … Jazz Masterpieces … a Washington, DC Premiere … and more! Please join us in celebrating a wonderful holiday which will also be concluding our seventh season!

Arl now readers can receive a special 20% off the regular ticket discount by using the code 6off.

National Chamber Ensemble presents it’s Season Finale! NCE’s Mother’s Day Concert with pianist Burnett Thompson, will enthrall with incredible jazz and classical performances. This fun concert will feature music of great classical American composers Aaron Copland, Andreas Makris, George Gershwin and the Washington DC Area premiere of the Sonata for Violin and Piano by Richard “Dick” Hyman. Dick Hyman is an award winning pianist and composer who has enjoyed a highly successful career in music. Besides accomplishments that include more than 100 recordings and winning two Emmy Awards, Hyman is known as the composer/arranger/conductor/pianist for the Woody Allen films Zelig, The Purple Rose of Cairo, Broadway Danny Rose, Stardust Memories, Hannah and Her Sisters, Radio Days, Bullets Over Broadway, Mighty Aphrodite, Everyone Says “I Love You”, Sweet and Lowdown, The Curse of the Jade Scorpion and Melinda and Melinda. Other scores have included Moonstruck, Scott Joplin, The Lemon Sisters, and Alan and Naomi.

Extraordinary Jazz music in the second half of the program will include Grapelli’s Sweet Georgia Brown, Burnett Thompson’s own Shanghai Suite, Dave Brubeck’s Take Five and more — a wonderful way to treat moms and all to a fun and classy evening!

NCE artists performing May 10 are: Burnett Thompson piano, Leo Sushansky artistic director/violin, Marshall Keys saxophone, Michael Bowie bass, Leland Nakamura drums and special young guest, violinist Sean Ganous.
Leo Sushansky is admired for his support of young and emerging musicians and frequently includes them in his concerts. In this concert he will perform Little Milton On the Beach (a duet for two violins composed by longtime National Symphony Orchestra resident composer and violinist Andreas Makris) with his own student, violinist Sean Ganous.

Following a season of highly successful concerts, including its last, which sold-out, it is expected that NCE’s Mother’s Day concert, American Classics, will also sell to capacity. In order to assure a seat, it is strongly recommended that tickets be purchased online in advance of the concert!

NATIONAL CHAMBER ENSEMBLE MOTHERS”S DAY CONCERT: AMERICAN CLASSICS: Works by Aaron Copland, Andreas Makris, Dick Hyman, George Gershwin, Dave Brubeck, Burnett Thompson and more.

Burnett Thompson piano, Leo Sushansky violin/artistic director, Marshall Keys saxophone, Michael Bowie bass, Leland Nakamura drums and special young guest violinist, Sean Ganous.

Saturday, May 10, 2014 at 7:30 PM

Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre at Artisphere,

1611 N. Kent Street (off Wilson Blvd.), Arlington, VA
(2 blocks from the Rosslyn Metro, free garage parking in the Spectrum Garage, entrance in back from Arlington Ridge Road)

$30 Adult and $15 Student. Tickets by phone: 888.841.2787 or

Praised by the Washington Post for being “Delightful…abundant in jovial wit,” The National Chamber Ensemble is redefining the meaning of “chamber music.” With its creative seven seasons of programming, incorporating tango, ballet, spirituals, jazz, guitar, opera, Klezmer, children’s choruses, stage sets and multimedia with traditional classical fare, the ensemble attracts a whole new audience while keeping traditionalists happy! The concerts are fun, inspiring, educational, listener-friendly and offer the areas most enjoyable musical evening.

The National Chamber Ensemble is supported in part by the Arlington Cultural Affairs Division of Arlington Economic Development and the Arlington Commission for the Arts.

The National Chamber Ensemble is partially supported by a grant from the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Thursday, May 15
May 15 10:00pm - 2:00am

The Huxley Lounge and Nightclub

1730 M ST NW,

Washington, District of Columbia 20036 Map

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Meet the woman who inspired Lady Gaga.

‘Poker Face’ singer Lady Gaga’s outrageous outfits and crazy hairstyles have been attributed to a woman friend of hers, who is also her mentor.

New York party fixture and go-go dancing DJ, Lady Starlight, revealed how she created many of her over-the-top outfits and persuaded Lady Gaga to parade around on stage in skimpy PVC undies and Indian headdresses.

“It’s crazy knowing that the biggest star in the world was inspired by me,” the Mirror quoted Starlight, real name Colleen Martin, as saying.

Lady Starlight will be deejaying and performing at the Huxley in Washington DC.

And being Lady Gaga’s official deejay and mentor you never know who may show up with Lady Starlight (wink).

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