Preview: WETA Arts March 2022

For Women’s History Month, meet three extraordinary women leaders in the DMV arts community: Victoria Gau, conductor and artistic director of the Capital City Symphony; judge and flamenco dancer Estela Vélez de Paredez; and Rachel Goslins, director of the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building. Hosted by Felicia Curry.

Preview: WETA Arts March 2022


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