We invite you to the most famous Christmas Party of all time as you attend The Nutcracker where the possibility of dreams, the magic of Christmas and the wonder of the child merge through young Clara's adventures with mechanical dolls, life-size rats, and whirling Kingdoms of Snow and Sweets. Help Clara rescue her beloved Nutcracker from the Rat Queen's evil spell and discover her true destiny.
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Sundays are FUNdays with FazaFam! Sundays of family strengthening fun- Nov 26th and Dec 3rd!
Moms, dads, grandparents, aunts, uncles, brothers, sisters, ANYONE can hop, skip, jump, or scoot to our weekly Sunday Funday FazaFam!
The best thing you can do for your family is spend time together and FazaFam is here to help you do just that! Jam to Salsa, Disco, Hip-Hop, Motown, and more. Games, moves, and great music make it easy to meet your goals to Dance & Bmore fit, fun, and free!
An evening of alternative folksy r&b with Miss Dukes and Miki G (also known as Miki Hellerbach, a former BSA student). Two Brooklyn based solo artists performing separately as well as together accompanied by a live band. They will musically explore their own and the world's current state with love through original music and a few weaved in covers.
A 1931 SILENT FILM CLASSIC from Charlie Chaplin
Starring Chaplin and Virginia Cherrill
This film lovingly portrays the misadventures of Chaplin’s ‘tramp’ as he meets a blind flower girl on a city street and falls head over heels. Considered one of our greatest films, and perhaps Chaplin’s greatest achievement, City Lights has all the pathos and humanity you expect to find in a Chaplin film.
Quiet, reclusive and massively talented Billy Colucci’s name is known to Baltimoreans who really know their jazz.
Sylvia Adalman Chamber Series
Brian Ganz, piano
An all-Chopin recital that joins little-known works of Chopin with perennial favorites, exploring the connections between them. Included in the program will be the rarely heard Tarantella, Bolero, Fugue and Bourr‚es alongside such beloved works as the Polonaise in A major, Fantasy-Impromptu and excerpts from the Opus 10 études.
Writers LIVE: Ann Stearns talks about her book Redefining Age: A Caregiver's Guide to Living Your Best Life. Wednesday, November 29, Hatton Senior Center, 2825 Fait Avenue, noon.
Hate and bias are persistent global problems. What does it look like to engage in courageous conversations that speak to these difficult realities across personal, political, and historical frames? This year’s College of Arts and Humanities (ARHU) Dean’s Lecture Series (DLS) is an opportunity for the campus to join together for provocative conversations about these issues across disciplines.
Join the University of Maryland (UMD) College of Arts and Humanities (ARHU) for the kick-off of the annual Arts and Humanities Dean's Lecture Series with award-winning slam poet and social justice activist Theo Wilson who will discuss his experience as a black man who went undercover in 'alt-right' social media communities.
Admission is FREE, but tickets are required. Reserve tickets online at go.umd.edu/wilson or by calling 301.405.ARTS.
Follow the conversation across social media platforms using the hashtag #ARHUDLS
Writers LIVE: Mark Bowden will be in conversation with Steve Luxenberg about his book Hue 1968: A Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam. Wednesday, November 29, Church of the Redeemer, 5603 North Charles Street, 7 p.m.
The UMBC Department of Music presents the UMBC Chamber Players under the direction of Airi Yoshioka. Students in the Chamber Players perform a wide variety of instrumental chamber works, ranging from Baroque, Classical, Romantic to contemporary repertoire.
Admission to this event is free.
From baby boomers to millennials, seasoned festival goers to country converts, Jenni Lyn’s music offers a current approach to the evolving bluegrass sound, while maintaining the perfect balance of that down home comfort. Her broad span of shared experiences and collaborations has shaped Gardner as an artist and as a performer, all culminating in an exciting new album that showcases her well-developed repertoire of songs.
Peabody Modern Orchestra
Cliff Colnot, guest conductor
Mason Bates: Mothership
David Sanford: Thy Book of Toil
Yuan-Chen Li: On Aldebaran
Nico Muhly: Control (Five Landscapes for Orchestra)
This event will be live streamed at ustream.tv.
Join Seth Kibel and his friends for the release of Seth’s newest project, Songs of Snark & Despair.
Known throughout the Mid-Atlantic region for his skill on woodwinds and his ability to cross genres, Seth Kibel has a brand-new album of original tunes featuring talented guest artists, progressive political commentary, dark humor, and much-needed musical therapy for these strange and trying times. The songs on this album traverse a wide landscape of musical styles, including blues, swing, klezmer, bossa nova, reggae, and more.
- Trains are magical during the holidays! There is no better place to be a child than at the B&O Railroad Museum. All aboard the B&O’s Magical Holiday Express, a holiday spectacular celebration in the B&O Roundhouse devoted to trains of all sizes and shapes, holiday festivities, and a winter wonderland of family fun and activities with a different holiday theme each weekend for everyone to enjoy! NEW THIS YEAR - all new holiday decorations including a 30 foot Christmas tree in the center of the historic Roundhouse that you can walk through!