Sir Paul McCartney — Sir Elton John — Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber
Thank you to everyone who came out support our “Music of the Knights” show at Capitol One Hall on Saturday night. We were thrilled to perform such a fun show for a full house.
The nationally recognized City of Fairfax Band will collaborate with guest performers from Broadway to celebrate its 50th anniversary November 13 with a special “Music of the Knights” concert featuring music by the legendary songwriters Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sir Elton John, and Sir Paul McCartney.
Songs like “Memory,” “Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina,” “The Phantom of the Opera,” “Circle of Life,” “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” “Your Song,” “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me,” “Yesterday,” and “Hey Jude” will entertain concertgoers at 4 p.m. on Sunday, November 13, in the Main Theater of Capital One Hall in Tyson’s Corner. The address is 7750 Capital One Tower Road, Tysons, VA 22102. Doors open at 3 p.m. Arrive early to choose your favorite seats.
Broadway Guest Artists
The Broadway artists guest performing with the City of Fairfax Band will be:
Scott Coulter — One of New York’s most honored vocalists, Coulter has received five MAC Awards (Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs). He also regularly performs with symphonies across the world, including San Francisco, Baltimore, Seattle, Phoenix, Winnipeg, St. Louis, and Calgary.
Lorinda Lisitza – She is a New York based, award-winning singer/actress who has performed extensively off-Broadway as well as in theaters, nightclubs, and cabaret throughout New York City.
John Boswell – His Broadway/off-Broadway credits include Crazy for You, The Secret Garden, Back to Bacharach and David, and The Kathy and Mo Show: Parallel Lives.
Kelli Rabkie – Her work includes playing Eponine in Les Miserables on Broadway and the performing the lead role of the Narrator in the Broadway revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (US Cast Recording).
In addition to the guest performers, the “Music of the Knights” concert format itself is well regarded. “Music of the Knights®” is the freshest theatrical concert I’ve experienced in years. Cheers erupted throughout the concert and when it was over the multi-generational audience left spellbound,” remarked Susan Agin, executive and artistic director of the Queensborough Performing Arts Center.
About The City of Fairfax Band
The 77-member City of Fairfax Band ranks among the nation’s leading community concert bands. Its national recognition includes the Sudler Silver Scroll, one of North America’s most prestigious community concert band awards. Music Director Robert Pouliot is among only a handful to receive the Outstanding Conductor Award from the Association of Concert Bands. The ensemble’s members include some former personnel from the elite Washington-based military bands or other U.S. service bands. Many players are active or retired music teachers, trained musicians in other careers, or accomplished lay performers. A fan once remarked the City of Fairfax Band is “like having the Boston Pops in Northern Virginia.”
About the Impressive Capital One Hall
The special anniversary concert’s impressive venue, the 1,600-seat Main Theater of Capital One Hall, is just a year old; it hosted its first performance October 2021. Community based music is an integral part of its offerings. “You’ve got a world class entertainment venue that also serves the community,” said Bob Papke, vice president of theaters for ASM Global, which operates Capital One Hall.
Purchase tickets via the Capital One Hall online or box office. Adults are $20, Seniors $15, and students/children aged 25 or younger are $5.
Garage parking will be available two hours before the performance at Capital One Hall in the parking garage on Capital One Drive near the corner of Scotts Crossing Road. A $15 parking pass is available when buying performance tickets or on site at the time of the event.