Tickets are now available for purchase for the 2017 Legacy Chase at Shawan Downs, which benefits the oncology services and patient support programs at GBMC HealthCare. The time-honored annual tradition of steeplechase horse racing and family-friendly fun will take place on Saturday, September 23, at Shawan Downs in Cockeysville, Maryland. This year, we introduce Hats, Horses and Hope as the theme for Legacy Chase to celebrate cancer survivors.
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The Painted Screen Society has set up shop for the Summer of ’17 at a Pop-Up Gallery in the Highlandtown Arts & Entertainment District. The location couldn’t be more perfect! Highlandtown was once a neighborhood filled with painted screens. More recently Highlandtown took on the “100 Screens for 100 Years” project with gusto filling the windows of area businesses as well has homes with a new generation of painted screens.
Last year, the UMBC Theatre community lost a family member, Professor Emeritus William “Bill” T. Brown. Professor Brown was a well-known and highly respected figure in Maryland and Washington D.C. theatre, and designed and directed more than 150 productions. In 1970, he became a founding member of the theatre department at UMBC and served as department chair for 18 years.
Writers LIVE: Betty Blaize and Terrence G. White talk about their book Doing Time With My Son: A Mother and Son's Enduring Love Through Incarceration. Waverly Branch, 400 East 33rd Street. Saturday, September 23, 2 p.m.
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Media Contact: Barbara Grubbs
INTERNATIONAL RECORDING ARTIST AND LOCAL JAZZ LEGEND CARL GRUBBS PERFORMING A TRIBUTE TO JOHN COLTRANE
September, 5, 2017, Baltimore – In celebration of world renowned jazz saxophonist, John Coltrane, Contemporary Arts, Inc. will present Carl Grubbs and the Carl Grubbs Ensemble in the “Annual John Coltrane Concert” on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 2 PM.
In celebration of world renowned jazz saxophonist, John Coltrane, Contemporary Arts, Inc. will present Carl Grubbs and the Carl Grubbs Ensemble in the “Annual John Coltrane Concert” on Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 2 PM.
For two decades, Cold Spring Jazz Quartet has been entertaining audiences in the Baltimore-Washington area with their signature blend of classic and Latin jazz, standards, blues and sparkling original compositions.
Washington Sports Clubs is celebrating 44 Years Strong by opening their doors with a FIVE Day All Access Pass in September.
This 5 Day All Access Pass includes:
-Entry into all WSC locations
-Complimentary Personal Fitness Workout
-Complimentary Small Group Training classes
Redeem between September 1st-24th
Below the Jones Falls Expressway at Holliday and Saratoga Streets, Maryland’s largest producers-only market offers an assortment of produce, meats, dairy, breads, flowers and delicious made-to-order items from dozens of food vendors. The bazaar offers shoppers a variety of unique crafts and collectibles including jewelry, clothing and accessories, pottery, soaps and more.
New! To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar this year, special events will be planned on the first Sunday of each month during the market season.
In the fall of 1814, thousands of people came together on Hampstead Hill to defend Baltimore from a British attack. Today, the former fortifications are located in Patterson Park and topped by the charming Patterson Park Pagoda. After a short climb up the Pagoda’s winding iron stairs, you’ll enjoy a singular view of East Baltimore and learn the story of the Battle of Baltimore and War of 1812.
The bond they have outside of music is Mt. St. Joseph High School in Baltimore. It was during their high school years that they first performed together. Now, more than forty years later, their sound is unique, exciting, and smooth. Their take on classic pop music is often unpredictable. Their secret weapon is the mandolin!
While they each went into different careers, a doctor, an attorney and a broadcaster, they have always found time to regroup to create musical memories for their faithful following.
Meet animals (and their handlers) who work to bring comfort and protect public safety at hospitals, airports, courthouses, and on the streets. Free outdoor event!
IMPORTANT TO KNOW For the safety of all participants, please leave pets at home.
Dance & Bmore seeks outstanding dancers and percussionists for 2017/2018 season!
Seeking - Male & female dancers skilled in Contemporary, Modern, Ballet, and Jazz. Also seeking experienced Djembe drummers for performances and classes.
Positions - Part time paid positions
Check In - 1:30 PM
Dancers - Jazz shoes or bare feet
Drummers - comfortable clothes, a Djembe, and small percussive toys if you have them, if not, a drum will be provided.
Sunday, September 24, 2017, 3pm
Bunting-Meyerhoff Interfaith Center
Blair Skinner, conductor
George Frideric Handel: Concerto Grosso, Op. 3, No. 1
Béla Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances
Joseph Haydn: Symphony No. 101 in D Major, “The Clock”
Chamber ensemble performances featured.
Free concert, no reservations or tickets required.
Hailed by The American Organist for setting “standards that established and honored older players would struggle to equal,” organist Felix Hell is renowned internationally for his natural musicality, innovative programming, and fluid execution. Join us for his wonderful program, which centers around works composed and inspired by J.S. Bach. Please visit our website (www.CommunityConcertsAtSecond.org) for complete program information and to learn more about our series.
This program features vocal repertoire by composers Mozart, Gounod, Strauss, Bernstein and Rachmaninoff as well as lesser known composers Donaudy and Giannini. The music selected is a mix of very well-known arias and some less frequently heard art songs. All of them are very accessible and entertaining.