There's something for everyone to love at Sugarloaf Crafts Festival! Lovers of fine crafts and art will find more than 250 top artisans displaying and selling their unique creations in pottery, sculpture, glass, jewelry, fashion, home décor, furniture and home accessories, items for the garden, and photography. In addition to top national artists, the Festival will also introduce new and emerging artists showcasing the latest trends in handmade fashion and accessories, statement jewelry and fine art.
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The Late Boomers make their Baltimore debut at Germano's with a toe-tappin' mix of honky-tonk, swing, country blues and bluesy-grass. The band features veteran DC area singer/songwriter Jeremy "Buck" Stone Schuhmann on guitar/vocals and harmonica, New Orleans transplant Eric Glaser on upright bass, and Annapolis' Elizabeth Melvin (Mama Jama, Jambulay) on vocals/percussion, along with ace multi-instrumentalist Tom McLaughlin (OK Twisters, Mama Tried) on mandolin and guitar. The vocals are tight, the strings are swinging and the atmosphere is hot when the Late Boomers come out to play.
Celebrate International Jazz Day 2017 with Renée Georges! Due to the success of her 2016 IJD, Global Rhythms show, the charismatic vocalist returns to Germano's to sing a tapestry of timeless rhythms from around the world -arrangements of melodies ranging from the blues to Bossa and from swing to salsa, as well as a few of her own. With each rendering, a musical soundscape of the song and its composer(s) is created for the audience. Accompanied by a section of outstanding players she calls the Georjazz Quartet (GQ).
Full Circle Dance Company Presents - She Rises: Strength, Soul, Survival
April 8, 9, 29, 30
Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2:30pmAbout the Show
She Rises is an evening of intimate works by choreographers from the region and beyond that together shine a light on women’s creativity, individuality, and resilience. Touching on such issues as race, motherhood, history and memory, and perseverance, these works invite the audience on a journey that is both physical and emotional.
Artistic Director: Donna L. Jacobs
The Lark Quartet continues to delight audiences with its energy, passionate commitment and artistry since its inception in 1985. The Lark has performed in many of the world’s great cultural centers including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The Library of Congress, London’s Wigmore Hall, L’Opéra de la Bastille in Paris, and appeared at international festivals including Lockenhaus, the Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Mostly Mozart, Istanbul Festival, Wolftrap and the Beethoven Festival in Moscow.
Dylan Perrillo on bass and vocalist Julia Posin joined by Michael Joseph Harris f thrHot Club of Baltimore and other special guests! A night of creative trad jazz and New Orleans inspired swing.
Manuel Barrueco is internationally recognized as one of the most important guitarists of our time. His unique artistry has been continually described as that of a superb instrumentalist and a superior and elegant musician, possessing a seductive sound and uncommon lyrical gifts.
Columbia Pro Cantare celebrates the anniversaries of three Howard County treasures with a concert that highlights the special connection between the chorus and Columbia’s founder, James Rouse (1914-1996). Aaron Copland’s Lincoln Portrait is one of the featured works on the program, which was narrated by Mr. Rouse in a CPC performance at Merriweather Post Pavilion celebrating Columbia's 20th birthday in 1987. The May 14 concert will also include Tom Benjamin’s I Build a House, commissioned by the chorus in honor of Mr.