Calla Fuqua is a senior in college with a wide background in musical theatre. She attended Baltimore School for the Arts and plans to continue to persue theatre after college. Her show contains a selection of musical theatre songs intended to take you on an emotional journey. It’s a rollarcoaster that will keep you laughing and crying, sometimes at the same time. Each number is unique and charged with passion. So come, enjoy this contemporary array of musical theatre numbers meant to warm your soul and tug at your heart strings.
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Mark your calendars for the 6th Annual Winter Wine Showcase, hosted by the Maryland Wineries Association, on Friday, January 26, 2018 from 6 - 9:30 pm at the B&O Railroad Museum (901 W. Pratt Street). This intimate and unique event will feature over forty award-winning selections from the top Maryland wineries, poured by the winemakers and proprietors themselves; highlighting a vast array of sparkling, red, rosé, white, and dessert wines.
The Ambassadors Jazztet of The United States Field Band was developed in the legendary style of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. It is composed of members of the Jazz Ambassadors of The United States Army Field Band, the Army's premier Touring jazz orchestra. Though the Jazztet performs traditional jazz standards, its primary focus is on new compositions by members of the group. The compositions vary greatly, sometimes paying homage to older styles and sometimes developing an entirely new sound, but always creating a vehicle for improvised solos.
Jack Everly, Principal Pops Conductor
Ann Hampton Callaway, vocalist
Multi-Platinum selling Broadway star Ann Hampton Callaway fuses a unique blend of jazz and pop that keeps her in demand around the world. From Carly Simon to Carole King, Etta James to Ella Fitzgerald, join Ann and the BSO for a performance to remember.
Mwenso & The Shakes are an irrepressible musical force- part Sun Ra, James Brown, Kid Creole, Fats Wallers, and something alien altogether. Led by Sierra Leone born, London-raised, and New York-based front man and ring leader, Michael Mwenso, who the New York Times calls “a fervid vocalist and full-bore entertainer”, Mwenso & The Shakes take a past meets future meets distant future approach to jazz. As Mwenso states, “You’re getting a generation of holistic musicians who love Louis Armstrong just as much as Woody Shaw, Sidney Bechet as much as Ornette Coleman.
Artist Kirsten Lapointe invites you to a community-oriented encaustic workshop. Encaustic painting is an ancient painting technique that originated in Egypt. There will be demonstrations of a variety of encaustic techniques using real bees’ wax and tree resin. Participants will have the opportunity to explore and create at least one painting to take home.
SAT JAN 27 | 10AM-1PM | $60, $45 MEMBERS
Microscope Makers: Explore the micro-universe around you!
Want to learn how to build and use a low cost microscope? While you are at it - learn the history of "frugal science", explore different applications for low-cost easy to use microscopes, and discover hands-on in the lab with different samples (bacteria, yeast, algae, fungus etc).
Sign up now as spots are limited! 11 years and up! Great for families to learn together or friends so you can continue to explore outside the lab!
Discover the cooking legacy and ancestral roots of African American cuisine with food historian Michael Twitty, author of The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South. This illuminating memoir of Southern cuisine and food culture traces his ancestry through food, from Africa to America and slavery to freedom. A food sampling of African American cookery and book signing will follow.
The Jefferson Street Strutters play New Orleans style Dixieland, traditional jazz, and swing, emphasizing popular songs of the 1920’s, 30’s, and 40’s. Melodies that are relevant today. A potpourri of danceable, hummable melodies, both instrumental and with vocals.
We like to say, “we play happy music.” Our audiences join in the fun with handclapping, toe-tapping, smiles and feeling happy.
Peabody Modern Orchestra
Harlan D. Parker, conductor
Robert Martin: They Will Take My Island
Steven Stucky: Chamber Concerto
John Luther Adams: Become River
Mason Bates: Sea Blue Circuitry
Tickets Available: December 1
If ever there was a perfect partner to Beethoven’s moody and dramatic C Minor Piano Concerto, it’s Brahms’ sunny D Major Symphony! And we have selected a very special new work to round out a program of two historic masterpieces: Ruby Fulton’s Deadlock is a virtual chess match in music! Two amazing guest artists join us for this special event. Acclaimed for her interpretations of classic literature, Inna Faliks returns to our stage after too long an absence. And Shodekeh, the virtuoso beatboxer for whom Fulton’s work was written is creating a new version for our concert.
Join quilting instructor Mary Wahl for a beginners’ workshop on using sewing machines. Sewing machines provided; bring your own fabric to make a tote bag. Space is limited. Ages 12+.
WHEN Sun, Jan 28 / 11am—3:30pm with 30 min lunch break
COST $45 non-members / $35 members / Advanced registration required / Register online
Image credit: Brian Kutner