Ordway Concert Hall
90 minutes

December 7, 2024

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The String Queens return to the Ordway—just in time for the holidays! Returning with their signature soulful, orchestral sound, they will share Our Favorite Things, music from their holiday album, and more seasonal favorites in this kick-off to the wintry season.

Hear “O Come, O Come Emmanuel,” “Someday at Christmas,” and of course, “My Favorite Things” plus many more, and celebrate this season with family and friends in the decked-out halls of the Ordway.

About the String Queens

Praised for its authentic, soulful, and orchestral sound, The String Queens (TSQ) is a dynamic trio that creates stimulating musical experiences that inspire diverse audiences to love, hope, feel, and imagine! With an array of repertoire spanning from the Baroque era to the Jazz Age to today’s Billboard Hot 100 Chart, TSQ performs versatile programs that take listeners on a rousing musical journey through time and a multitude of musical genres.

Based in Washington, D.C., TSQ has been featured in performances at renowned concert halls and venues across America, including Carnegie Hall in New York City and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in the nation’s capital. Notable appearances include a special performance dedicated to Vice President Kamala Harris at the “We Are One” Presidential Inauguration Concert in January 2021, and rendering a spotlight presentation of TSQ’s electrifying arrangement of Harry Styles’s hit song “Golden” for the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament Wimbledon Championships in June 2021. As an ensemble who frequents the D.C. jazz scene, other headlining performances include multiple appearances at the DC Jazz Festival and the Capital Jazz Fest.