YOU SPIN ME 'ROUND: AN 80'S DANCE PARTY

You Spin Me 1980s

April 7, 2017 at 8 PM

Put on your dancing shoes and travel back in time to the era of neon, teased hair, and shoulder pads as The American Pops interpret the popular music of the 1980’s. This “rad” original program combines DJ mixing, live orchestra, dancers, and hot vocalists to bring back favorite music of the 1980’s in a whole new way. 80’s inspired attire is encouraged. Our talented performers lead the party and will get you into the groove like it’s 1989. Totally. Patrice Covington, Warren Freeman, Justin Keyes, Bayla Whitten, and DJ Shea Van Horn.

DATE: Friday, April 7, 2017
TIME: 8 PM
LOCATION: GW University Lisner Auditorium (730 21st St NW)

Luke Frazier

Luke Frazier (Music Director)

Marvin Hamlisch put it best when referring to Luke Frazier: “So talented, and sensitive to every nuance.” A rapidly rising star in the Pops world, Mr. Frazier has already proven himself among musical heavy- weights as both an innately musical conductor and a sensitive pianist. Mr. Frazier’s commitment to re-envisioning pops programming has quickly established him as a dynamic force across the music community. He has the distinction of conducting in all three of the largest venues at the Kennedy Center. He has worked with artists Rene?e Fleming, Kevin Spacey, Denyce Graves, Darren Criss, Lea Salonga, Laura Osnes, Eric Owens Liza Minnelli, Chita Rivera, Rita Moreno, Michael Feinstein, Christine Ebersole, Elaine Paige, Arturo Sandoval, and Norm Lewis, among others.

As a testament to his mission to reimagine pops programming, Mr. Frazier has founded the American Pops Orchestra and the National Broadway Chorus in Washington, DC. His commitment to the American Songbook is also evident through his involvement on the Board of the Great American Songbook Foundation.

Mr. Frazier enjoys an active schedule as a guest conductor. He has recently appeared with the West Virginia Symphony, the Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra, and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. He also serves as the Artist-in-Residence for the DC Youth Orchestra. For more information, visit lukefraziermusic.com, or follow @LSFConductor on Twitter.

Greg Louganis

GREG LOUGANIS (host) is simply the greatest where to buy nolvadex online forum diver in history. You would be hard pressed to find a person who watched either the 1984 or 1988 Olympics who was not enthralled by the poetry that was Greg Louganis coming off the board. The beauty and power of his diving captured the world.

2016 marked the 40th Anniversary of Greg’s first Olympic win. Greg won a silver medal at the 1976 Montreal Olympics, in platform diving, at the tender age of 16. Eight years later he became the first male diver to get double gold in springboard and platform in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, and again in the 1988 Seoul Olympics. He has earned a total of 5 Olympic medals, 5 World Championship titles and 47 national titles — more than any person in U.S. history. His records remain unbroken. In 1988 Greg Louganis also tested positive for HIV. Coming out as a gay athlete in a time when it simply was not done, his 1995 autobiography, “Breaking the Surface,’ spent five weeks at Number One on the New York Times bestseller list and his PGA and Emmy nominated Documentary “Back on Board: Greg Louganis” is receiving rave reviews nationwide and can now be seen on HBO. On April 4, 2016 General Mills announced that Greg would receive a Wheaties Box for his achievements on and off the diving board, and that development was so significant it warranted a New York Times exclusive. In July of 2016, he had the honor of being included in ESPN’s prestigious, annual Body Issue. He was an official commentator for Brazilian broadcaster GLOBO for the Rio Summer Games, supported the “Side By Side” LGBTQ Film Festival in St. Petersburg, Russia and in December received the “Changemaker” Award, alongside New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, for the 25th Anniversary of ASCNYC. He made history on January 2, 2017 by being the first openly gay Grand Marshal of the iconic Rose Parade.

Greg is developing a sports apparel line with exciting partners, with more details later in 2017, and similarly, there are several major television and film projects in development with details forthcoming.

The story of Greg’s life is a story that has inspired millions, and he regularly speaks to the most significant organizations and companies in the world to share that story, most recently banking giant HSBC, and leading energy holding company Exelon. Today, as an author, actor, activist, humanitarian, clothing and jewelry designer, he continues his tradition of excellence in every field he touches.

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