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Big bands, classical talent, and the synthesis of art and science By Laura McKenzie
Comments () | Published January 26, 2011
Science and art intersect with the exhibit “What Was There to Be Seen” at the Ann Loeb Bronman Gallery. Carolyn Bernstein’s “Yew Tree Project” is a reimagining of a cancer-ridden body using oil paints and hand-etched glass, while Kindra Crick overlaps medical drawings and photographs in “Paradigm Shift: Bonds and Binds.” The exhibit is presented in partnership with Theater J’s play Photograph 51, about scientist Rosalind Franklin. Free.

The ten members of the electro/indie/folk band Red River take the tiny stage at BloomBars. The California-based group is getting ready to release its first national record, Little Songs About the Big Picture. 8:30; $10 suggested donation at the door.

Violinist Joshua Bell, who famously busked in the L’Enfant Plaza Metro station as part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post story, is performing at Strathmore. The bill includes pieces from Brahms and Schubert. 8 PM; get tickets ($55 to $115) at the Strathmore Web site.

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