Power Source: Why The Duke Ellington School Matters

Music icon Stevie Wonder lends his support to usher in the next era of work by the Duke Ellington School of the Arts.

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Duke Ellington School of the Arts, Pre-professional arts training programs in dance, music, museum studies, literary media, theater and more

Duke Ellington School of the Arts, Pre-professional arts training programs in dance, music, museum studies, literary media, theater and more

A familiar site in the hills of Georgetown is the towering roman style portico of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, the district’s premier high school dedicated to arts education. Georgetown triumphantly houses a handful of the world’s best private high schools; The Duke Ellington School has been producing leaders in dance, theatre, art and film since its inception in 1974.

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One Response to “Power Source: Why The Duke Ellington School Matters”

  1. Todd Jones says:

    Thank you for the excellent article Adoria. I had the pleasure of meeting you last night at the Kennedy Center. I hope that you enjoyed watching Stevie Wonder perform his magic. Please keep spreading the positive vibrations!!! Take care…

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