Georgetown Cabaret is Georgetown University’s premier rock and pop cover group. This year marked the forty-first performance of its annual off-campus “rock extravaganza,” and it was an experience I would recommend to everybody at Georgetown.
Cabaret isn’t just a musical event: it’s an opportunity to explore the historic U Street Corridor while surrounded by tons of your fellow Hoyas. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Georgetown Students to get to perform at U Street Musical Hall, one of the coolest venues in DC.
Performances ranged from Led Zeppelin – like Maggie Bolas’ cover of “Rock and Roll,” pictured right – to Beyoncé.
Proceeds from the show benefited Education Through Music, a non-profit organization that provides music education programs for inner-city schools.
If you weren’t able to make it out this year, no worries – Georgetown Cabaret performs on-campus several times throughout the year, and you can always catch them next year at their U Street performance. Until then, sharpen your musical abilities and you too could perform alongside the talented members of this amazing group!
Started over 40 years ago, Georgetown Cabaret is still bringing together the best musicians and performers on the Hilltop to put on a show, this year at U Street Music Hall on Thursday, February 16. Proceeds from the event this year will benefit Education Through Music.
Posted by Georgetown University on Friday, February 10, 2017