Join Gary Rubin, a local favorite, accompanied by Brent Hardesty at the piano, as they weave their magic, singing the classic songs of Sinatra, Bennett, Darin and Buble. A delightful evening of nostalgic and contemporary classics that will compel you to hum and sing along with them and will make everyday a special occasion. You will walk out smiling.
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Its brunch with a twist -- Twisted Knickers Burlesque is back for burlesque brunch with live music featuring DC band -- The Foggy Bottom Whomp-Stompers. With a mix of Hot Jazz, Dixieland, early Swing Blues, and all the greatest hits of the 1920s, the band revives century-old music for the modern listener.
Performing with the band are:
Tapitha Kix – producer of Baltimore’s Twisted Knicker’s Burlesque
Maria Bella – Baltimore “Sicilian Queen”
Cherie Sweetbottom – The aptly-named DC “Ambassador of Skin”
Roland Park E/M School is proud to present its string students in an evening of delightful selections of classical, pop, and traditional music selections. Chamber music covers a variety of genres, and Roland Park students are excited to offer a potpourri of their favorite repertoire. Please join us for an evening of wonderful food and exciting music, all to benefit the Roland Park instrumental music program. From chamber orchestra to string quartet, patrons will be treated to an inspirational experience of what Baltimore City Schools students are engaged in on a daily basis.
f 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. Known for his dazzling virtuosity and penetrating musicianship, Michael Sheppard returns to our stage. And Shodekeh, the virtuoso beatboxer for whom Fulton’s work was written is creating a new version for our concert.