The Old Part Of Town is a Baltimore-based Americana band formed in 2013 to serve as Matt Douglass and Sam Nitzberg’s vehicle for their great original songs. Mining the rich musical landscape of folk, rock and roll, country-western and blues, their dynamic live shows are peppered with covers of hidden gems from an eclectic range of musical sources.
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An evening of alternative folksy r&b with Miss Dukes and Miki G (also known as Miki Hellerbach, a former BSA student). Two Brooklyn based solo artists performing separately as well as together accompanied by a live band. They will musically explore their own and the world's current state with love through original music and a few weaved in covers.
Quiet, reclusive and massively talented Billy Colucci’s name is known to Baltimoreans who really know their jazz.
From baby boomers to millennials, seasoned festival goers to country converts, Jenni Lyn’s music offers a current approach to the evolving bluegrass sound, while maintaining the perfect balance of that down home comfort. Her broad span of shared experiences and collaborations has shaped Gardner as an artist and as a performer, all culminating in an exciting new album that showcases her well-developed repertoire of songs.
Two beautiful performances of Cem Catbas' "The Nutcracker"
Sat., December 9th at 6:30 pm & Sun., December 10 at 4:00 pm
(Please find out about our "Tea with Clara" Dec.10 at 2:00 pm)
Featuring Cem Catbas, Valeria Ivlieva, Joshua Burnham, Kaitlin Frankenfield, Ruslan Amrayev, and Norbert Nirewicz with Baltimore Ballet Company members and Baltimore Ballet School students.
A traditional and kid friendly Holiday Classic, choreographed to Tchaikovsky's brilliant music with beautiful costumes and sets.
A top-notch quintet of Baltimore Symphony Orchestra brass musicians together with organist Michael Britt will present a concert that includes traditional brass and organ works and music of the season. Works by Couperin, Clérambault and Delalande and others will be followed by holiday works by Guaraldi, Tchaikovsy and Steve Allen (yes, that Steve Allen!) arranged by Sean O’Laughlin, as well as other favorites.
Blake Clark leads the audience in the great choruses from Handel’s magnificent Messiah. New this year is the performance of the complete oratorio, and featuring the Baltimore Choral Arts Chamber Chorus. Join us for this unique, 3-hour concert experience. Bring your own musical score or purchase one at the concert.
Below is a list of all the Chorus the audience will sing in this season's Sing-Along Messiah:
"And the glory of the Lord"
"O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion"
"For unto us a child is born"