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At this moment, so much is unknown, uncertain, frightening. The arts—as refuge, solace, self-expression, and release—are essential, now more than ever. So is Washington Performing Arts' dedication to continue elevating great art and arts education on our main stage, in the community, and in the classroom.

We need your support urgently. We won't stop bringing you great art and arts education. Not today, not this season, not ever. As we look forward, we invite you to partner with us through the Champion Fund to continue our important work together. Give to the Champion Fund today.


OUR ARTISTS ARE CHAMPIONS

Emanuel Ax, Zakir Hussain, Kronos Quartet, Jenny Lin, The Philadelphia Orchestra, The String Queens, Veronica Swift, and more.... These artists—whose performances we unfortunately were forced to cancel—are champions of excellence, elevating our spirits, and showing us what it means to be human, especially in this extraordinary time. 

OUR ARTS EDUCATORS ARE CHAMPIONS

Teachers, teaching artists, our Men, Women, and Children of the Gospel music directors, Embassy Adoption Program diplomatic partners, D.C. Keys educators—these are champions of arts education, enlightening the minds and nourishing the souls of young people—throughout more than 100 D.C. Public Schools that are closed for weeks.

YOU ARE OUR CHAMPIONS

You, our supporters—you are champions of the arts, demonstrating a deep understanding of the importance and ability of art in defining our lives, freeing our imaginations, and building community and understanding.

Always seeking to innovate, over the coming weeks Washington Performing Arts will bring the arts and arts education to you in new ways, virtually, online. All the while, we are working hard to shape a sustainable future as we look forward.

Your new gift, your sustained support, your ticket donation—every dollar counts in helping us to continue to realize our mission. Champions come in all shapes and sizes: Every gift matters. Join us.

BE A CHAMPION

Make a gift toward the future of Washington Performing Arts.