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!