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The annual contest sponsored by the Loudoun Symphony Orchestra focuses on the county’s talented musicians and vocalists.
Regal has planned a 10-theater complex at the mall just east of Route 28.
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The Ashburn community has scheduled several live shows at Hillside Park for the annual community event series.
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Dance studio with locations in Brambleton and Leesburg offers scholarships for students in the arts at Broad Run and Dominion.
The locally owned business focuses on the fun of art; professional training not required.
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The winning bands perform on the main stage during YouthFest, headlined by Mayday Parade, in June.
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The annual event focused on county teens is set for June 15 at the Brambleton Town Center.
The first of two spring concerts is set for April 28 at Bethany UMC, followed by a May 5 show at Holy Trinity.
The production about a small-town girl in New York City has one more show tonight, plus a matinee Sunday.
The franchise owners of the first Alamo in the DC area provide a tour in advance of the cinema-eatery's opening in May.
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