Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of poetry set to music with “Poetry in Song,” a captivating concert featuring the extraordinary talents of tenor Andrew Sauvageau and pianist Hui-Chuan Chen. Prepare to be transported to a realm where words and melodies intertwine, as these exceptional musicians bring to life poetic compositions by Robert Schumann and Gustav Mahler.
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Join us on Sunday 1 October at 3:30 pm for Pro Musica Rara’s Conversations with the Lute. The concert will take place at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
This program of scintillating sonatas and irresistible concertos features Paul O’Dette, lute, with Cynthia Roberts, violin; Lydia Becker, violin; Phoebe Carrai, cello; and Patrick Merrill, harpsichord.
Ignite your senses with the Fauré Quartett at the Candlelight Concert Society’s 51st season opener! Named in honor of the French composer Gabriel Fauré, the group is internationally acclaimed as one of the world’s leading piano quartets. Known both for their top- notch recordings of classical gems and exciting pop hits, this German ensemble has captured the hearts of audiences worldwide. Revel in their captivating arrangements of Fauré’s art songs, intertwined with rarely performed piano quartet gems by Fauré and Brahms.
Shake more than just the lulav and etrog in this sukkot! Come together for a community celebration to “shake it” with live music featuring the Sagamore Band, Cocktails (shaken not stirred), and ice cream shakes.
Trombone soloist James Justin Kent joins UMBC music faculty and students for a night of incredible brass music in the annual Brash Bash. The evening will feature a virtuosic solo set by Kent that culminates in a performance alongside a large UMBC student/faculty brass ensemble. Brass chamber and large ensemble works will also be performed throughout the program.
UMBC's Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA) presents animator and filmmaker Joanna Priestley in a retrospective screening of her award winning short works, with introductions and explanations of techniques by the artist.
The program features:
Doors Open Baltimore, hosted by Baltimore Architecture Foundation, is an annual city-wide festival honoring Baltimore's diverse cultural tapestry by highlighting its vibrant neighborhoods, captivating architecture, and distinctive spaces that contribute to the city's exceptional charm. Always occurring the first full weekend in October, dozens of usually off-limits buildings across Baltimore host open houses and/or guided tours for the public to explore. Join fellow Baltimoreans for Open House-style exploration October 7, 2023 and guided tours on October 8th.
Fiesta Baltimore is the largest and most anticipated Hispanic/Latino cultural event of the year in the Baltimore metropolitan region.
The event will feature the following:
The 5th Annual Latino Cultural Festival in Patterson Park, on October 7th & 8th from 11am –7pm
Get in Touch with your Spooky Side at the 6th Annual Poe Fest International. Tickets on sale NOW!
Event organizer Poe Baltimore hosts Poe Events to kick off Halloween season plus NEW Exhibit “Poe in Comics” and PROM NITE at the Black Cat Ball
Join us at Gallery 1448 for the opening reception of Something Wicked. Participating artists are Dan Brown, Lauren Case, Ruth Channing Middleman, Cheryl Fair, Greg Fletcher, Jennifer Hogan, Micah Moon, Valerie Potrzuski, Tim Prendergast, Leslie Schwing, Michelle Spiziri, Laura Vernon Russell, and Lu Ann Zubak. The show runs from October 7 – 22, with a closing reception on Sunday, October 22, from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Gallery hours are Fridays & Saturdays 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. and by appointment.
Would a strategy to accomplish your remaining 2023 business goals be helpful? Join us Empower Program Manager Bakari Jones for Atomic Goal Setting!
Atomic (or micro) goals are small, achievable steps that can help us reach our larger goals. They are a great way to break down a big project into smaller, more manageable tasks. In this workshop, we will explore the concept of micro goals and how they can help us reach our objectives.
UMBC's Human Context of Science and Technology program lecture, part of the Fall 2023 Social Sciences Forum, presents Juno Salazar Parreñas, Associate Professor of Science and Technology Studies and Feminist, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Cornell University, who will speak on White Supremacy, Animal Advocacy, and the Longue Durée of Misanthropy.