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Music & Dance: Celebrate the Living Arts

Performing Arts at The Weinstein JCC are an important part of our cultural offerings. Live musical and performances are held throughout the year and offer a range in style and technique to ensure there’s something for everyone.

The Art of Dance

The Weinstein JCC celebrates the grace and beauty of dance with a calendar filled with don’t-miss events. Patrons of the Arts are guaranteed tickets and enjoy access to members-only receptions and other events.

Music Comes Alive

The musical performances of the Weinstein JCC are truly unforgettable cultural experiences, with a range of styles and a number of venues. Patrons of the Arts are invited to attend private receptions and members-only performances within our music program.

Check back in August for information on next season's dance and musical offerings!

2018-19 Season

POA Season Finale - Dancing Through the Decades

Bowen McCauley Dance, Washington metro area’s premier contemporary dance company, will lead us in a celebration of Israel's 71 years of independence with this uplifting and lively dance performance, Dancing Through the Decades. This entertaining journey through time will highlight the iconic dance styles and fashions from the past. Get ready for a bopping, twirling ride through the past 50 years of music including everything from Fiddler on the Roof to a new twist on HIP HOP, with the inspiration of the Broadway smash, Hamilton.

For 21 years Bowen McCauley Dance has energized broadly diverse audiences with inventive and vibrant choreography – a fusion of contemporary and classical techniques set to a sweeping range of musical styles. Showcasing the founding Artistic Director Lucy Bowen McCauley’s choreography, this award-winning company is renowned for its spirited dancers, use of live music, the professionalism of its dance performances and its extraordinary outreach programs for socioeconomically diverse communities.

Sponsored by Moran Reeves Conn

Post-Event Reception Sponsored by Gail and John Jay Schwartz ("The Man with the Square Feet")

This project is supported in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and National Endowment for the Arts

For more information about music and dance at the Weinstein JCC, contact Cultural Arts Director Leslie McGuigan at 545-8644 or