Join us in our Baltimore Bar & Lounge for live music! We have a variety of talents including Bobby Betlejewski, Mike Sharp, Kevin Buttry, Brian Comotto, Dick Smith & the Phillips Duo. Times vary daily. Visit http://www.phillipsseafood.com/promotions/live-music for more information on our rotary calendar or call us at 410-685-6600 to confirm a specific performance date.
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The Terrible Secret of Lunastus is a zany comedy-action romp through the outers of space! The Moon is falling from orbit and on the eve of the Earth’s destruction four astronauts, accompanied by their stupid robot, Android, depart for the planet Lunastus to assess its suitability as a new home for the human race. The creatures they discover there will make them question their free will… and fear for their lives.
Join us on Friday, October 13th for a live performance and broadcast with A Hoodoo Few!
A Hoodoo Few blend high-energy rock and soul with an old school R&B swagger. They rocked out and placed 2nd in the Baltimore Band Block Party. We look forward to welcoming them back to the WTMD studios for Live Lunch! Plan on being here as part of our live studio audience.
Doors at 11:30. Show at Noon. FREE as always! Seating is limited.
A rarity in North America, the Baltimore Mandolin Trio is a "Trio Romantico" in the Italian tradition, combining bowlback mandolins with classical guitar. Their repertoire includes many pieces composed for this combination by mandolin giants Raffaele Calace and Carlo Munier, as well as original compositions and transcriptions of classics from the symphonic and operatic literature. Their arrangement of "Stormy Weather" has been heard many times on the public radio program "Marketplace," signalling a downturn in the stock market.
Join Michael Dodge and Arianna Arnold for an evening celebrating the life and works of English composer Ivor Gurney, whose music has been tragically overlooked and lost in time. This concert and lecture will include performances of Gurneys Five Elizabethan Songs and his tenor song cycle Ludlow and Teme, as well as the premiere performance of several of Gurney’s unpublished works.
Baltimore Choral Arts presents Free Community Sing
Michele Fowlin, guest conductor
Baltimore Choral Arts and its Music Director Anthony Blake Clark, and the Community Concert Choir of Baltimore, under the direction of Dr. Marco Merrick, in collaboration with Northside Baptist Church, presents a free Community Sing of spirituals and gospel music as a part of Free Fall Baltimore. All attendees are welcome to participate in the music-making.
Tickets are not required for the event, and seating will be first-come, first-served.
Gary Thomas, director
Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair in Jazz Studies
Jack Everly, Principal Pops Conductor
Ben Crawford, vocalist
Charlie Metzger III, vocalist
Christina DeCicco, vocalist
Cirque with a Broadway twist! Join Jack Everly and the BSO as acrobats and aerialists dazzle with spectacular music from Broadway’s greatest shows.
Directed by Allan Herlinger
Choreographed by Becky Titelman
Vocally and Musically Directed by Rick Hauf and Niki Tart
Scenic Design by Chuck Bowden
Lighting Design by Bill Price
Costume Design by Gay Lynn Price
Based on best-selling children’s classic by Natalie Babbitt and adapted for the stage by Claudia Shear and Tim Federle, Tuck Everlasting features a soaring score from Chris Miller and Nathan Tysen.
WTMD is excited to announce the fall season of Saturday Morning Tunes, an award-winning, family-friendly concert series featuring rising stars of the children’s music scene, hosted at the WTMD performance studio in Towson.
The shows are once a month on Saturday mornings through June, broadcast live on the radio with a live studio audience of little ones! (That’s where you come in.)
Come and join Baltimore Humane Society for a day of fun celebrating 90 years saving lives. Live
music, food trucks, petting zoo, hayrides, local shopping and kids activities. Saturday,October 14 th , 1-
6 PM The address is 1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136.
More info at https://tinyurl.com/y8hrg98q
While you’re at the Bash, take the wheel and help Baltimore Humane Society earn up to $8000.
From 1 to 6pm on their grounds in Reisterstown take a 3 minute drive and Bob Davidson Ford
The Ariel Quartet, originally from Israel, has rapidly earned a sterling reputation for its bold versatility and soulful interpretations. Following its 2016 Carnegie Hall debut, the youthful group comes to Baltimore with a program of works by Schumann, Kurtág, and Beethoven.
THE THREE WOMEN OF THREE CHAIRS ARE:
“Audrey Shakir is one of the greatest bebop singers in the world today, a talent with a thrilling voice, sure to send elation through the audience.” – Wynton Marsalis, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.
307 West Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD 21201
Mind on Fire
A modular chamber orchestra focused on the works of living composers. We're making a show at EMP Collective performing Missy Mazzoli's "Vespers for a New Dark Age," a frenetic meditation on the night, ghosts, and phantasma that haunt our modern world. https://missymazzoli.bandcamp.com/album/vespers-for-a-new-dark-age
Music in the Valley brings world-class musicians to St. John’s Episcopal Church – Western Run Parish. The concert series began in 2008 in partnership with Jonathan Carney, concertmaster of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, to fulfill a need for quality chamber music in this mostly rural area. Past performances have included classical music ensembles that have met with rave reviews. Each performance begins on a Sunday evening at 5:30 and is followed by a buffet/reception where concertgoers can mingle with the artists.
Join us on October 15th as we present:
Dariusz Skoraczwski, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Principal Cellist, performs bird song-influenced selections as part of Birdland and the Anthropocene, exhibition at The Peale Center through 29 October 2017.
Please note that attendance at this concert entails climbing 22 stairs and there currently is no elevator at the Peale.