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Violinists Ronald Mutchnik and Shneg-Tsung Wang. violist Julias Wirth, and cellist Benjamin Myers perform the Borodin String Quartet No. 2 in D Major, Glazunov String Quartet No. 3, Op. 26, and Tsintsadze Miniatures for String Quartet on April 26, 3:00 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church, 6800 Oakland Mills Rd, Columbia, Maryland. Adults $20. High school students admitted free. Younger children admitted free with an adult.
The renowned Israeli ensemble performs a radical array of Jewish Fusion, Jazz, Middle Eastern and Israeli roots and progressive music that crosses the borders of language, region, and political beliefs, and draws audiences together.
JCC members and Seniors get 10% off ticket prices.
Join Baltimore Heritage for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Peale’s renovations with architect Walter Schamu! Hear some of the many stories of the building, from its origins as the first purpose-built museum in the country, to the introduction of gaslight technology to the city, to its role as Baltimore’s first City Hall and public high school for people of color. Find out what is coming next as the Peale relaunches as a center for Baltimore stories and studies, and a laboratory for reinventing the museum for the 21st century in the creative and innovative spirit of the Peale family.
Skill Shares usually provide a free weekly opportunity for social entrepreneurs
to share their skills in person, We are shifting to IG Live.
[Follow Us on Instagram to tune in Live]
Schedule As of 3/23 below, See Full Schedule Here
Always 12p -1p when scheduled.
3/25 | Warm Up Wednesday Yoga w/ IHB Member Aliya, RYT
Creative Alliance presents Drag Story: Reading is FUNdamental!
Beginning TUE Mar 24 | 1PM | Every TUE & THU | Facebook Event Page Live Feed
Hey parents! Join us on Tuesdays and Thursdays after lunch with your kids for a family-friendly Facebook Live Feed drag story time event featuring some of Baltimore's favorite drag personas.
Join Americans for the Arts staff who will overview our advocacy and research relating to the new federal COVID-19 Relief Package. Speakers will discuss Americans for the Arts COVID-19 response resources, the new legislation, what parts relate to arts organizations, artists, and the creative economy and what you should expect in the next few weeks.
Robert Lynch, President and CEO, Americans for the Arts & Action Fund
Ruby Lopez Harper, Sr. Director of Local Arts Advancement
Randy Cohen, Vice President of Research
As part of Live Arts Maryland's "concerts in exile," we're launching a new online series: "QuaranTiny Concerts" - quick, informal performances, recorded in one or two takes.
We'll continue to add to the "tiny concert" performances each day while performance venues are closed.
What better way to come together virtually than to have a YAA Watch Party!
Every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 7:00pm, we invite our entire YAA Family to come together to watch a recent YAA production in its entirety.
Everyone who joins (via smartphone or computer) will be able to watch the video together in real time, chat about it, and even turn on your own camera and react in real time together!
To join us, all you have to do is click the link below for our YAA Watch Party!
Watch Party Schedule
MODERN COMPOSERS’ SONGBOOK
Students will look at the breadth and depth of one composer/writing team each week to learn their musical aesthetic and understand how their work changed over the decades.
The class will be a mix of lecture-style and online interactions with student performances of individual songs workshopped during class time.
Virtual Session (Spring 2020)
Weds, March 25 @ 4pm: Kander & Ebb
Weds, April 1 @ 4pm: Stephen Schwartz
For many of us in the US, life has changed dramatically in the last several days. We suddenly find ourselves in scary, uncertain times. We’re worried. Now is the time to turn to one another for solace; many of us also turn to art. I have friends who are devoting themselves to listening projects, reading poetry, or even creating their own art at home. We do this not just to pass the worried hours until we can go back to our normal lives....
We're not letting a little social distancing stop #MuseumNights! Join the #LewisMuseumAtHome for a #QuarantineParty THIS THURSDAY, APRIL 2! ⠀
Dance to the sounds of the Eastern Shore's own @djchynadoll as she takes over the museum's Instagram Live! We'll also have a printable black history trivia game to play at home.⠀
WHAT WILL YOU STAND FOR?
This brand-new fable of penance is filled with humor, heart, and music. When a town is running low on compassion and a man is stripped of companionship, just one kind stranger can tip the scales. Join in community as one passionate storyteller spins a supernatural tale of loneliness seduced by kindness and asks us “what do we owe each other?”
LIVE PERFORMANCES OF WHERE WE STAND HAVE BEEN CANCELLED, BUT YOU CAN STILL EXPERIENCE THE STORY VIRTUALLY! FROM APRIL 2 THROUGH APRIL 26, YOU CAN STREAM A VIDEO FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME.
The safety of our patrons, artists, volunteers, and staff is Choral Arts’ top priority. Therefore, we are announcing that our in-person Gala will be transformed into an online auction beginning Friday, April 3 at 9 am, and ending Sunday, April 5 at 9 pm. You will be able to bid on fun and exciting auction items from the comfort of your own home!
For 163 years, the Peabody Institute has been a meeting place, somewhere for people to come together and enjoy the arts. While we may no longer be together in the same space, the spirit of Peabody continues through all of us.
Please join us in coming together every Friday night at 7:30 pm as we stream a previously recorded performance each week, because community isn’t about proximity - it’s sharing what we love.
Thank goodness, Spring is here! Join us for a very special Maker's Market in celebration of Spring. We'll have a delightful selection of vendors with new creations, new products, and new ideas. You will certainly find something that SPARKS joy!
It's time for all things new at the Springtime Market!
Writing poems is discovery on paper, and good poems surprise and delight the poet as much as anyone. In this workshop, designed for both new and experienced friends of poetry, you will try on a variety of styles and forms as your own poetic voice evolves. We will examine poems that use nature as metaphor, and will find ways to turn our own observations of spring and of human life into poetry.Yellow Arrow Journal poetry editor and award-winning poet Ann Quinn brings a playful and generous spirit to her classes. In the words of one student, “Ann leads her writers with the lightest touch.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS (tl;dr: submit your act here - https://forms.gle/cBw8ANzBLw2nkB168)
The Mobtown Ballroom "Telethon" is a 12-24 hour (TBD) live streamed variety show featuring a dense bill of Baltimore artists, business owners, industry workers, educators, and hobbyists. Participants will have the opportunity to perform/present live from the Ballroom while their Venmo or Paypal information is on screen for viewers to directly donate.
DANCING THROUGH MUSICAL THEATRE HISTORY
Learn specialized technique and exercises that will provide a firm foundation for dance specific to a specific era of the American Musical Theater.
Class curriculum for each class will include a warmup, some Musical Theatre history, as well as learning a combo from the Musical Theatre canon.
Each week will feature history and dance styles from a different era of the American Musical Theatre.
Virtual Session (Spring 2020)
Sat, March 21 @ 11am
Sat, March 28 @ 11am