Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress

Originally designed and built for chamber music, the Coolidge Auditorium today reflects the diversity of American music, featuring artists from a wide range of musical genres: classical music of the past and the present, jazz, gospel and spirituals, blues, traditional and contemporary folk, popular songs and musical theater, soul, dance music, bebop, and rock-and-roll.

Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Past shows:

March 10, 2010
Tyondai Braxton
Wordless Music Orchestra
Caleb Burhans, conductor

John Adams: Road Movies
Caleb Burhans: In a Distant Place
Louis Andriessen: Workers’ Union
Tyondai Braxton: Central Market (Washington, DC premiere)