Watch these interviews with Dog Tag Fellows to hear about the impact the program is having on their lives.
Another wonderful National Symphony Orchestra season begins!
The NSO continues to feel what one might term the Gianandrea Noseda effect, with a new level of offerings and programming in the second season of its new music director. Britten’s War Requiem with Karina Flores, Ian Bostridge and Matthias Goerne. A program of Vivaldi, Gesualdo, Dallapiccola and Rossini’s “Stabat Mater.” And, a guest performance, Verdi’s “I Vespri Siciliani,” with the forces of Noseda’s longtime musical home Teatro Regio Torino — just announced as one of the highlights of the Carnegie Hall season — is coming to Washington as well. It feels like moving into a new gear.
Read more via washingtonpost.com: Kennedy Center’s classical season offers focus on Italy, Noseda
Visit the NSO website for the full schedule.
The application for the Dog Tag Inc. fellowship program is available now and open to post-9/11 service-disabled veterans, military spouses, and caregivers. This unique program is an opportunity for an education through Georgetown University and gaining hands on experience with running a small business. The application deadline is April 18. Apply now!
U.S. News & World Report has named The Jefferson to its list of 100 best hotels in the nation for 2018. The Jefferson ranks #11 on the overall list, making it the top hotel in Washington, D.C.!
Read more via dc.curbed.com: D.C.’s 5 best hotels, ranked by U.S. News & World Report
See the full list of rankings for Washington, D.C. at usnews.com: Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.
Quill at The Jefferson received a mention in Vogue’s recent guide to D.C.’s journalist hangouts.
Despite the very on-the-nose name, basement cocktail den Off the Record, just across the street from the White House in the Hay-Adams hotel, has long been a favorite of off-duty journalists and White House officials, as is Quill in the Jefferson hotel.
Read more via vogue.com: Inspired by The Post: A Guide to D.C.’s Journalist Hangouts, Past and Present