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    Events This Week

    The Greg Hatza ORGANization (Hammond B-3 organ)

    September 9, 5:00-8:30 p.m.

    The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden, located on theNational Mall at 7th Street and Constitution Avenue NW, isbounded by Constitution Avenue and Madison Drive and by 7thand 9th Streets NW.

    The Jazz in the Garden Series is in its 11th season. The free concertseries features an array of jazz artists performing a range of stylesfromswing to progressive to Latinevery Friday evening from 5:00 p.m. to8:30 p.m. at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden, rain orshine.

    Alcoholic beverages may not be brought to the premises from outside and are subject to confiscation.

    In case of inclement weather, concerts are held inside the Pavilion Cafe. To learn more about Jazz in theGarden concerts and performers, please call(202) 289-3360.

    NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART

    6th Street & Constitution Avenue NW

    Washington, DC 20565

    Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 11am-6pm

    Admission is always free

    Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs

    3307 M Street NW

    Suite 200

    RSVP:http://berkleycenter.georgetown.edu/events/rsvp?id=liberty-and-tolerance-in-an-age-of-religious-

    conflict

    Religious liberty and tolerance are among the most central global issues facing us today. Too often scholars have

    approached them solely as philosophical questions or abstract universal imperatives, obscuring their meaning and

    significance within specific religious traditions. Any effort to deepen appreciation for religious liberty and

    tolerance while excluding religious voices is bound to fail. In conjunction with Calvin College, the Berkley Center is

    convening scholars and practitioners from Christian, Jewish, and Muslim backgrounds to examine and compare

    resources supportive of religious freedom and tolerance within their own traditions. The participants are among

    the contributors to a forthcoming book,Abrahams Children: Liberty and Tolerance in an Age of Religious Conflict.

    The conference, made possible through the generous support of the John Templeton Foundation, will conclude

    with an interfaith service in commemoration of September 11, 2001.

    Each of the panels will address the following questions:

    1. Historically, how has your tradition been exploited by opponents of religious liberty and tolerance? Does suchexploitation persist, and why?

    2. What are the major resources within your tradition supportive of religious liberty and tolerance? What do they

    add to dominant secular human rights discourse?

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    3. How can interfaith dialogue and activism advance the liberty and tolerance agenda? What dangers and pitfalls do

    you see along the way?

    Schedule

    Friday, September 9

    9:15-10:45 a.m. Muslim Perspectives

    Zainab Al-Suwaij, Rana Husseini, Hedieh Mirahmadi, Aziz Abu Sarah

    11:00am-12:30pm Jewish Perspectives

    Arik Ascherman, Nurit Peled-Elhanan, Leah Shakdiel

    12:45-2:00 Lunch and Keynote Address

    Hedieh Mirahmadi

    2:30pm-4:00pm Christian Perspectives

    Ziya Meral, Kelly James Clark, Hanna Siniora, Nicholas Wotterstorf

    4:00pm-5:00pm Keynote Address

    Nurit Peled-Elhanan

    5:00pm Reception

    Saturday, September 10

    Interfaith Dinner and Discussion, 6 PM: Fairfax, Virginia

    Please direct all questions regarding this event tolrm9@calvin.edu

    Sunday, September 11

    National Cathedral, 9 AM

    Please direct all questions regarding this event tolrm9@calvin.edu

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    ROBERTO HIDALGO

    PIANO CONCERT

    SEPTEMBER 9, 7:00 PM

    MEXICAN CULTURAL INSTITUTE

    2829 16th

    Street NW

    Washington, DC 20009

    FREE ADMISSION

    SEATING IS LIMITED

    RSVP RECOMMENDED:

    RSVP@instituteofmexicodc.org

    DOOR OPENS AT 6:30 PM

    NO LATE ADMITTANCE

    Join us for an evening of music with acclaimed Mexican pianist

    Roberto Hidalgo. Known for his programs that combine Latin

    American and traditional western repertoires, this concert willfeature works by Carlos Chvez, Aaron Copland, Leonard

    Bernstein, Manuel de la Falla and Frederic Chopin.

    Praised as a pianist of great technical skill and interpretive

    warmth, Roberto Hidalgo has thrilled audiences with his

    innovative programs and thoughtful renditions of the pianistic

    literature. He is at home performing both the established

    repertoire as well as new works by contemporary composers.

    This past season he premiered works by John Musto and Carlos

    Snchez Gutirrez as part of the Look&Listen Festival, in New

    York City.

    The New York Times has rated his work as impressive and

    beautiful, and Reforma (Mexico) called him a pianist of the

    highest standard. He has performed in Europe, South

    America, Mexico and the United States. He has participated in

    several seasons of such Festivals as Look&Listen Festival, Music

    Mountain, Chappaquiddick Summer Music Festival, Cervantino

    Festival, Foro Internacional de Msica Nueva, Foro de

    Compositores del Caribe and Keyed Up Festival, among others.

    He has played in Town Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, Weill Recital

    Hall, Bargemusic in New York, Kennedy Center in Washington

    DC and LA County Museum; Palacio de Bellas Artes, Sala

    Nezahualcoyotl, Centro Nacional de las Artes, in Mexico;

    Collegiale Saint-Julien in Tournon-sur-Rhone and Roubaix,

    France. Orchestra engagements include Orquesta Sinfnica de

    Minera, Orquesta Sinfnica de Xalapa, Plainfield Orchestra,

    Orquesta de Cmara de Baja California.

    In addition to his solo career, he keeps a busy schedule as part

    of Split Second Piano Ensemble with pianist Marc Peloquin.

    Mr. Hidalgo, a New York-based Mexican pianist teaches at the

    Bloomingdale School of Music and runs a successful private

    studio.

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    9/11 Anchors on the next Kalb Report

    September 9, 8:00 p.m.

    Ballroom

    The National Press Club

    529 14th Street NW, 13th Floor

    Washington, DC 20045

    The show will be in the Club's ballroom on Friday, Sept. 9 at 8:00 p.m. Please plan to arrive a few minutes early to

    get seated before the show begins. No charge for admission, but seats are limited.

    Please reserve by calling the Club's reservation line:202-662-7501.

    Some of the leading journalists who were on the air during the 9/11 terrorist attacks will talk to host MarvinKalb about "Anchoring 9/11: The Day and the Decade."

    With Marvin will be ABC's Charles Gibson, CBS' Dan Rather, Fox's Brit Hume and Frank Sesno, who wasCNN's Washington bureau chief that day. They will talk about what happened on 9/11 and the subsequentdecade that changed the world.

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    The Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

    invites you to the screening of the

    well-known venezuelan film

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    Desnudo con Naranjas (Nude with

    oranges)

    A film by Luis Alberto Lamata

    En el siglo XIX venezolano, lleno de guerras, brujeras y supersticiones, un indio y una

    blanca deciden abandonarlo todo para amarse libremente; pero elbilongo (un amuleto

    portador de riqueza y perdicin), la guerra federal, y el mismo destino, intentarn

    impedirles su amor. Basado en un cuento de Robert Louis Stevenson.

    In the nineteenth century in Venezuela, full of wars, witchcraft and superstition, an Indian

    man and a White woman left everything to freely love each other, but the bilongo (a lucky

    charm bearing wealth and ruin), the Federal war, and the fate itself, would try to prevent

    their love. Based on a story written by Robert Louis Stevenson.

    Friday, September 9 at 7:00 p.m.

    Embassy of Venezuela

    Bolivarian Hall

    2443 Massachusetts Avenue NW

    Washington, DC 20008

    RSVP:cultura@venezuela-us.org.

    A Constitutional President: Ronald Reagan and the Founding

    Friday, September 9, 12:00-1:00 p.m.

    LehrmanAuditorium

    Heritage Foundation

    214 Massachusetts Avenue NE

    Washington DC 20002-4999

    Register:

    http://www.heritage.org/Events/2011/09/A-Constitutional-

    President?utm_source=DC+Linktank&utm_campaign=7aa081b6a3-DC_Linktank_Weekly_Events-

    09_05_011&utm_medium=email

    From the very beginning to the very end of his Presidency, Ronald Reagan was guided by the first principles of the

    American Founding, especially the idea of ordered liberty. In the opening paragraphs of his first inaugural address

    in 1981 much of which he personally drafted President Reagan echoed the preamble of the Constitution, calling

    on We the people to do whatever needs to be done to preserve this last and greatest bastion of freedom

    America. Eight years later, in his farewell address to the American people, the President said that the American

    Revolution was the first revolution in the history of mankind that truly reversed the course of government, and

    with three little words, We the people.

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    Under all circumstances, Reagan looked to the Constitution as his North Star. In his State of the Unionspeeches, Reagan referred to the Constitution more than any other president in the preceding 50 years anaverage of 16 times per speech. A survey of his presidential papers reveals 1,270 references to the Constitutionduring his eight years in the White Houseand another 113 mentions of the Declaration of Independence. Inthis forum, with two former Reagan cabinet members and two published Reagan historians, we will discuss howthe principles of The Founding and the Constitution provided the foundation for Reagans presidency and

    ultimately influenced his every decision.

    More About the Speakers:

    Jim Miller

    Senior Advisor, Husch Blackwell, LLC and former Director of Office of Management and Budget, the Reagan

    Administration

    Steve HaywardF. K. Weyerhaeuser Fellow, American Enterprise Institute, and Author ofThe Age of Reagan

    Lee Edwards

    Distinguished Fellow in Conservative Thought, B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles & Politics, TheHeritage Foundation

    Hosted By

    Edwin Meese, III

    Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow in Public Policy and Chairman of the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies

    Newsletter | Austrian Cultural Forum Washington

    duo :nota bene:

    concert

    Friday, September 9,7:30 p.m.

    Embassy of Austria

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    3524 International Court NW

    Washington, DC 20008

    Admission free. RSVP required:www.acfdc.org/events-

    registrationor(202) 895-6776

    The duo :nota bene: was founded in 1996 and consists of

    violinist Eva Steinschaden and pianist Alexander

    Vavtar. The two musicians graduated from the Mozarteum

    University Salzburg, where they currently teach. They have

    concentrated primarily on music of the Viennese Classical

    School, focusing also on the modern period and particularly on

    contemporary music. To date, they have recorded six CDs, all

    under the Viennese Extraplatte Label. Over the years, the duo

    :nota bene: has premiered many works by distinguishedcomposers such as Friedrich Cerha, Cesar Bresgen, Gerhard

    Wimberger, Charles Camilleri, Helmut Neumann, Laurence

    Traiger, Klemens Vereno, Ludwig Nussbichler, Helmut

    Schmidinger and Christian David Kardeis. They have also

    performed as a duo with orchestras including the Sinfonia

    Varsovia, Pozna Philharmonic, Orpheus Chamber

    Orchestra/Bulgaria and Leopold Mozart Chamber Orchestra

    Salzburg.

    The two musicians have for many years maintained a close

    artistic partnership with the Schauspielhaus Salzburg, the

    largest "free theatre" in Austria. Their collaboration has

    produced many programs blending music and text with

    subtlety and humor.

    Program:

    Ludwig van Beethoven:

    Sonata for piano and violin op 96, G major

    Beat Furrer:

    "Lied" for violin and piano (1993)

    Helmut Schmidinger:

    "...was uns anrhrt, dich und mich"

    Johannes Brahms:

    Sonata for violin and piano, op 100, A major

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    Project 4 Presents:

    Ellington Robinson: In Quest of The Sun

    (September 9-October 15)

    Opening Reception

    Friday, September 9, 6:30-9:00 p.m.

    Project 4 Gallery

    1353 U Street NW, 3rd floor

    Washington, DC 20009

    (202) 232-4340

    Project 4 Gallery is proud to present In Quest ofThe Sun, a solo exhibition of new work

    by DC artist Ellington Robinson.

    To Ellington Robinson, painting is a physical, psychological, and spiritual experience,

    which includes a formal process and a narrative approach. By contorting and layering

    collected materials such as travel documents, vinyl, record sleeves, and cassette tapes,

    Robinsons works evolve and embody his quest.

    mailto:info@project4gallery.com
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    In his new work Robinson explores the ways by which people reach their physical and

    socioeconomic location. He asks:...