About 28 Chairs
Jessica Honigberg founded 28 Chairs in 2017 to offer music-lovers in the Washington DC area the opportunity to enjoy high-caliber Classical and Baroque chamber music concerts in an intimate and convivial setting. Performers include Baroque and Classical instrumentalists and singers, renowned in their fields, who appear regularly in the world's best-known concert venues, such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, La Fenice Opera House, the Frick Collection, the National Gallery of Art, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. 28 Chairs aims to transport listeners out of their daily lives and into a world of beauty and excitement.
About the Director
Jessica is a pianist and piano teacher. She has run a private piano studio in Washington DC since 1996, sharing her passion for the instrument with students of all ages. She grew up in a home with a Zuckermann single-manual “Z-box” harpsichord, built from a kit by her father on a dare. Jessica is also a visual artist in the Classical Realist style. Her work has appeared in several gallery shows in Washington.
Support 28 Chairs!
28 Chairs is a project of Fractured Atlas, which provides 501(c)3 status for individual artists and arts organizations across the country. Your donation of cash or stocks is 100% tax deductible. 28 Chairs’ ticket revenues cover only 65% of our operating costs. We appreciate donations of any amount. Thank you for supporting our beautiful little concerts!