For two decades, Cold Spring Jazz Quartet has been entertaining audiences in the Baltimore-Washington area with their signature blend of classic and Latin jazz, standards, blues and sparkling original compositions.
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The bond they have outside of music is Mt. St. Joseph High School in Baltimore. It was during their high school years that they first performed together. Now, more than forty years later, their sound is unique, exciting, and smooth. Their take on classic pop music is often unpredictable. Their secret weapon is the mandolin!
While they each went into different careers, a doctor, an attorney and a broadcaster, they have always found time to regroup to create musical memories for their faithful following.
Adam Swanson is rapidly becoming known as one of the world's foremost performers and historians of ragtime and early American popular music. We were fortunate to forge a friendship with Adam when he was completing graduate studies as a musicology student at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Although he is only twenty-three years old, Adam has been a featured performer and lecturer at ragtime and jazz festivals across the United States, and he is the youngest three-time winner of the World Championship Old-Time Piano Playing Contest.
Celebrated singer-songwriters, Angela Taylor, Richard Walton and Georgie Jessup, with MC Ty Ford moderating, discuss the craft of songwriting. Each will tell the story of how a song came to be and then play it. A short Q&A will follow. Two rounds, a short break, and two more rounds. This is the third segment of this popular series.
New York Cabaret Artist Mark Nadler Returns to Germano's!
AmiciMusic (www.amicimusic.org) presents another exciting and intimate House Concert at a beautiful home in the Guilford area of Baltimore at 208 Northway. Come hear great music in a truly special setting with food and drink as well. The program includes piano trios by Dvorak, Piazzolla, and Schoenfield, exploring how various folk influences have penetrated into classical chamber music. The featured musicians are violinist Emmanuel Borowsky, cellist Frances Borowsky, and pianist/Artistic Director Daniel Weiser
Violinist Stefan Jackiw is recognized as one of his generation’s most significant artists, captivating audiences with playing that combines poetry and purity with an impeccable technique.
He will perform at 3 p.m. Sunday, October 8, in the Horowitz Center’s Smith Theatre with pianist Anna Polonsky who is also widely in demand as a soloist and chamber musician.