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"Art Beat" With Stephanie Kaye - Monday, May 10, 2010

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A number of performances slated for tonight, including  Robin McKelle at Georgetown's Blues Alley.
A number of performances slated for tonight, including Robin McKelle at Georgetown's Blues Alley.

(May 10) PIANO POLL Emerging Estonian pianist Mihkel Poll will prove that the classics are far from played out in a free concert tonight at the Corcoran Gallery in Northwest DC. The 24-year-old tackles Ravel, Shostakovich, and a number of Estonian composers with the panache of a seasoned piano man.

(May 10-31) CABARET [re]REVOLTAIRE You can cap off your Monday nights in May with a cornucopia of creativity, as the Washington Project for the Arts and The Pink Line Project present Cabaret [re]ReVoltaire in the courtyard of Gallery O on H in Northeast DC. The four evenings of art, poetry and performance kick off tonight at 6 p.m.

(May 10) BLUES ALLEY ROBIN After two albums a-buzz with traditional jazz, songstress Robin McKelle is branching out. The contralto combines R&B and soul with her established sound tonight at 8 and 10 at Blues Alley in Georgetown.

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