Encore Founders Jeanne and Larry Kelly, the Encore Board of Directors, and Encore Conductors and Staff invite you to celebrate Encore’s 10th Anniversary at a Pre-Concert Party at the Mansion on O Street!
May 12th will be an evening of excitement and anticipation as we prepare for our DAR Constitution Hall Spectacular on May 13th!
When: Friday evening, May 12, 2017 from 6pm to 9pm
Where: Mansion on O Street, 2020 O Street NW, Washington, DC
Who: Singers, friends, family, lovers of Encore
Details: Dinner, dessert, music, and 2 hours of beer, wine and sodas included
Cash bar for mixed drinks and third hour of beer, wine and sodas
Self-guided mansion tours exploring 100 rooms and discovering 70 secret doors
Tickets: $100 per person. ($20 tax-deductible)
Travel: Valet parking - $20 per car; one block from Dupont Circle Metro
The mansion is handicapped accessible by elevator to the main gathering areas
Dress: The Mansion on O Street is an eclectic museum and hotel with a musical vibe! Dress to your own unique taste. Be a fashion statement, dress to the nines, wear your gown, your tux, your leather jacket, your feather boa or your tiara… or come as you are in a comfy ensemble! The sky is the limit!
You won’t want to miss this Party!
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE OR CALL ENCORE'S OFFICE AT 301-261-5747
The Mansion on O Street and the O Street Museum are conveniently located in historic Dupont Circle in Washington D.C. With 100 rooms and 70 secret doors, it is one of the most unique properties in the world! Featured on The Travel Channel’s Mega Mansions and in the National Geographic Traveler and named one of the top five historic venues to explore – in the world by Smithsonian.com, you will love spending an evening exploring this magnificent mansion. The hotel is noted for eccentric interior styling which includes maze-like passages, hidden doors, secret passages, and rooms in which all furnishings and fixtures are for sale. The museum includes art, sculpture, music, memorabilia and written manuscripts in the collection. The museum hosts concerts, book signing talks, film screenings and tours throughout the year.
The interior design of the Mansion on O Street became noted for unique and eccentric styling of various architectural, artistic and design periods. The unique decor has been chronicled in books including Four Blind Mice by James Patterson. All the furnishings, fixtures and decorative items within the rooms can be purchased. The hotel has developed a reputation for privacy, exclusivity and a high-profile clientelethat includes authors, artists, musicians Ambassadors, Presidents, and civil rights heroine Rosa Parks.