Happenings at the Harman
Happenings Lunchtime and Happy Hour events are held in the Forum of Sidney Harman Hall at 610 F St. NW, Washington, D.C. All performances are FREE and reservations are not required. Performances will last less than an hour.
There is no better time to discover new art than in the middle of the week. There is no better place to do so than at STC. Every Happenings event features a different type of locally grown performance. With musicians, dancers, actors, puppeteers and genre-mixers you are sure to leave feeling inspired and excited.
At noon every Wednesday, from September through May, bring your lunch and we will bring your shot of culture. For five years Happenings at the Harman has been providing audiences’ relief from their work-day and filling their afternoon with wonder.
Happenings Happy Hours
Join us for post-work Happenings Happy Hours at 5:30 p.m. in select months. Come directly from work, get a drink at the Forum bar and transition into the evening with a unique mix of performances.
Official liquor sponsor of Happenings Happy Hour:
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Previous presentations have included:
A master-class with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and singers from the Washington National Opera Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program, Artists from the Washington Performing Arts Society, Barbara Papendorp, Burnett Thompson, Cam Magee and Beverly Cosham, Christopher Jenkins, Christylz Bacon, City Dance, Clown Cabaret, Congressional Chorus, Dakshina/Daniel Phoenix Singh Dance Company, DanceAntonini, DancEthos, Emma Jaster, Faction of Fools, Fieldwork Showcase, Furia Flamenca, Idylls for a Bare Stage, Integriti Reeves, Jane Franklin Dance, Jonah Bokaer, Just Tap, Katherine McCann and the Gypsy Strings, Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, My Mistresses Eyes, Next Reflex Dance Collective, OperaBelle, Pointless Theatre Company, Press Play Improv, 7 (x1)) Samurai, Drew the Dramatic Fool, Quest Visual Theatre, Rachel Hynes, Roudolph Kharatian, Russkie Musikanti, Sisters of Ellory Hollow, Taffety Punk, The Beau Soir Ensemble, The Russian Chamber Art Society, The Silk Road Dance Ensemble, The Sweater Set, The United States premiere of Jane Henderson’s film The Battle of Wills, The Washington Balalaika Society, The Washington Ballet, The Washington Revels, The Washington Toh Koto Society, UrbanArias, Violin Dreams, WPAS' Feder String Competition Winners, WPAS Men and Women of the Gospel Choir, Ziva Cohen Spanish Dance.
If you enjoy mid-day programming, you may also enjoy The Tuesday Concert Series at the Church of the Epiphany (1317 G Street, NW). Every Tuesday at 12:10 you can listen to high-quality music—mostly classical, but with occasional performances of folk and traditional music – for free. For more information visit them online at http://www.epiphanydc.org/tuesdayconcertseries