Film, Video District5 Concert

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District5 Concert
Washington-based woodwind quintet District5 performed a popup concert in the Great Hall of the Library of Concert.
Event Date
December 19, 2017
-  Nationally-renowned for their engaging programming of contemporary music and original transcriptions, the District5 woodwind quintet that has been featured at the U.S. Department of State, Wolf Trap and Capital Fringe.
Related Resources
Music & Performing Arts at the Library of Congress:
Running Time
26 minutes, 34 seconds
Online Format

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