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Robbie Pate returns to Germanos to play duo with guitarist Michael Gary II
Robbie and Michael, both alumni of The Baltimore School for the Arts, started playing duo together in 2011.
This concert will include original music and arrangements written by Robbie and Michael!
This is the classic sound of five guys singing tight harmonies on a street corner. The Doo Wop Project is history you can dance to! Stars of Broadway’s smash hitsJersey Boys and Motown: The Musical join the SuperPops and harmonize the classics of The Crests, The Flamingos, Smokey Robinson and The Temptations, as well as newer hits from Michael Jackson, Jason Mraz and Amy Winehouse.
Sentimental and funny, The Fantasticks is the longest-running musical in history for a reason. With a romantic tale of young lovers inspired by Romeo and Juliet, and memorable love songs accompanied by a lilting harp, it enchants audiences. A simply charming boy and girl next door are nudged toward marriage by their matchmaking Dads. Despite the Dads’ shenanigans and best intentions, the young couple must figure it out for themselves. With universal themes and a heartwarming earnestness, it’s appropriate for all ages.
Something Rotten! is Broadway’s big, fat hit! (New York Post). Set in 1595, this hilarious smash tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, two brothers who are desperate to write a hit play. When a local soothsayer foretells that the future of theatre involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time, Nick and Nigel set out to write the world’s very first MUSICAL! With its heart on its ruffled sleeve and sequins in its soul, Something Rotten! is The Producers + The Book of Mormon x The Drowsy Chaperone. Squared!
Go on a musical treasure hunt of counting fun! Uncover playful patterns, rascally rhythms, and nifty notes and numbers in the music of Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and more.
Inspiration Zone! Prior to each concert, join us in the lobby starting at 9:45 am for a range of exciting, interactive and educational musical adventures. Activities include instrument petting zoo, exciting arts and crafts, interactive workshops, performances by BSYO and OrchKids, face painting and more!
Described by the Washington Post as a “prodigiously talented young artist with powerful technique and musical poise,” 21-year-old Korean cellist Sang-Eun Lee displays a passionate performance style that dances between fierce and sweet. Born in Seoul, Korea, she currently attends the Curtis Institute of Music, working with Peter Wiley and Carter Brey.
The concert will be held in Evergreen's Bakst Theatre. A tea and punch reception with the musician featuring light refreshments will be held after the concert.
An incredible dramatic event! Robert Cantrell and Kyle Engler join the orchestra for a concert version of Bartok's 50-minute opera. Unlock the mysteries of Bluebeard's past in a ravishing score colored by the folk music of Bartok's native Hungary. Plus, the winners of our Young Artist Competition will dazzle you with their performances.
Ticket: $10-$28($3 fee may apply)
Visit www.columbiaorchestra.org or call 410-465-8777 for tickets or more information.
Enjoy an evening of inspiring works for violin and piano by Geminiani, Barkauskas, Schumann, Korngold, and Saint-Saëns.
Grammy award-winning violinist Augustin Hadelich mesmerizes audiences with his phenomenal technique, poetic sensitivity and gorgeous tone. He brings a consistently fresh energy to his traditional repertoire, from Bach and Beethoven to Ligeti and Adès. Hadelich has appeared with every major orchestra and chamber orchestra in the U.S.
PROGRAM: Beethoven: Sonata No. 8 in G Major, Op. 30/3; Brett Dean: Berlin Music (2010); Mozart: Sonata No. 23 in D Major, K. 306; Stravinsky: Divertimento (after “The Fairy’s Kiss”); Tchaikovsky: Valse-scherzo in C Major, Op. 34.
In the early 19th century, composer Franz Schubert would appear in concerts of his music at intimate gatherings for family and friends held in private households. Concert Artists' continues this tradition at one of Baltimore's grandest homes. Travel back in time with soprano Sarah Berger, pianist Michael Sheppard, violinist Tamara Seymour, and cellist Lavena Johanson, for a spectacular afternoon of the magic of Schubert.
Established in 1990 through a bequest of the late Russell C. Wonderlic, the Wonderlic Competition alternates annually between voice and piano and has afforded many young artists the opportunity to launch international music careers. The winners will perform a recital consisting of the challenging repertoire that distinguished them in the competition. Check our website, CommunityConcertsAtSecond.org, for biographical and programming info.
Lauded by critics for their dramatic and confident performances, the Marine Chamber Orchestra is the ensemble most frequently featured at the White House. In this concert, they will feature Benjamin Britten’s suite A Time There Was, Vaughan Williams’ Tuba Concerto, and Franz Joseph Haydn’s remarkable 104th and final symphony, London symphony. The concert will be conducted by Lieutenant Director Jason K. Fettig. This concert is free of charge. Tickets are required!
April showers bring... More FazaFam Family Jams!
Moms, dads, grandparents, aunts, uncles, brothers, sisters, ANYONE can hop, skip, jump, or scoot to our weekly Sunday Funday FazaFam!
FazaFam is fun for the WHOLE family! The best thing you can do for your family is spend time together and FazaFam is here to help you do just that!
Keep rocking and rolling with FazaFam! 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!
The extraordinary Susan Grahahm gives a rare recital performance centered on Schumann's seminal song cycle Frauenliebe und -leben, weaving in other songs as she traces the course of a woman's love and life.
"Ecstatically applauded by her fans and superbly partnered at the piano by Malcolm Martineau…one had to admire [Graham's] sophistication, her impeccable diction, her subtle dynamic scale, her exquisite top notes." —Financial Times
Super funky and deeply soulful, Dr. Lonnie Smith, a 2017 NEA Jazz Master, is an authentic virtuoso of the Hammond B-3 organ. For more than five decades, he has been featured on over seventy albums and has recorded and performed with a virtual “Who’s Who” of the greatest jazz, blues and R&B giants in the industry. Jazz Times magazine describes him as “a riddle wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a turban!” Tonight, it is an honor to host an American musical legend with his trio in the intimate Patterson theater. Tickets are limited. Each show will be 75 minutes in length.
Banjo player extraordinaire and 2015 recipient of the 6th annual Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass, Danny Barnes is described as "one of a kind" and widely acknowledged as "one of the best banjo players in America." Barnes is recognized for his experimental sound. The raw and unpolished musical breadth of his compositions has propelled him across the industry today. Barnes released a new solo record Got Myself Together (Ten Years Later) on Austin, TX based Eight 30 Records on November 27, 2015.
Towson University Center for the Arts, Recital Hall, CA 3066
Join Roya Bahrami for an exploration of the perfect synthesis of the music of ancient Persia and Spanish flamenco. Learn about the long historical relationship between these traditions and more.
Admission is free.