Gaston Hall

Gaston Hall is an over 700-seat hall where national and international dignitaries have spoken since the turn of the last century. Convocations, honorary degree ceremonies, lectures and musical and dramatic performances are also held in this historic venue.

37th and O St., N.W., Washington

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Upcoming Events

A lecture by Playwright Timberlake Wertenbaker: The Limits of Freedom

Georgetown University Theater & Performance Studies Program A lecture by Timberlake Wertenbaker, Internationally Acclaimed Playwright The Limits of...

1/22 5pm
Jesuit Heritage Week Opening Mass

Join the Georgetown Jesuit community for Sunday Mass featuring the Chapel, Contemporary, and Gospel choirs. All are warmly welcome to join this festive...

1/28 8pm
Spring Sing

This high-energy a cappella concert features Georgetown Superfood, the Georgetown Saxatones, and other local groups. GASTON HALL, HEALY BUILDING $7 GENERAL

4/7 7:30pm
Ritmo y Sabor

Spring Showcase Bringing together various styles of Latin dance, this show will feature pieces from the group’s repertoire prepared for this showcase, as...

4/8 7:30pm
Ballet Folklórico Mexicano de Georgetown

La Plaza Hoya: Fiestas de mi Pueblo (Hoya Square: Celebrations of My Town) Directed by Jasmin Nava (COL ‘18) Festivals heralding the arrival of spring have...

4/14 7:30pm

Recent Events

Messiah Sing-Along


Narakasura Vadham


Recent Activity

Nazli Goharian

Nazli Goharian left a positive review 11/19/2017


Emily Glaessner

Emily Glaessner left a positive review 1/29/2017

Lovely Mass, music was fabulous and the homily was excellent!

Lorraine Huber

Lorraine Huber left a positive review 4/24/2016

I wish I could have attended.

Pierre Taminiaux

Pierre Taminiaux left a positive review 11/22/2015

It was an excellent concert of modern American music, especially the masterful interpretation of the Concord Sonata. I enjoyed the readings too.

Don Anderson

Don Anderson left a positive review 9/9/2015

The presentation and discussions were excellent in presenting the multitude of problems in the countries with extreme poverty. Gaston is a superb venue with one exception. The chairs are not "friendly" to anyone with lumbar and/or lower extremity problems with disabilities. Next conference in the Gaston will require a lumbar arch support.

Hanlin Wu

Hanlin Wu left a positive review 10/3/2013

It was great.

Gaston Hall

Gaston Hall posted a photo 3/20/2012