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Open Mic Night with Mary Reilly
Join us every third Wednesday at the Cabaret at Germano's for Baltimore's Best Open Mic Night. Dinner is served beginning at 6:00. Sign-up is at 7:00 and the performance begins at 7:30. Please purchase tickets in advance online or by phone to allow us to serve you comfortably. $10 cover for all in attendance.
Master cabaret artist, Mary Reilly, hosts. Each month a different featured artist and theme. Michael Sheppard works his magic on the baby grand.
Waterfront Partnership is kicking off their inaugural Brews & Views this summer! Baltimore’s newest summer concert series will feature live local music, food trucks, bar service by Dooby’s, free giveaways, vendors and more! Surrounded by sweeping views of the Inner Harbor, get ready to jam out on the third Thursday of every other month (May 17, July 19, September 20) from 6:00–9:00 p.m.
The live band and food truck schedule:
Thursday, May 17:
Band - Edjacated Phools with Grayson Moon
Food Truck – El Gringo
Thursday, July 19:
Like an old-time barn dance in downtown New Orleans, the Bumper Jacksons pull together a vast array of early American traditions into a deliciously cohesive sound that strikes you right in the heart. Country swing, old-time blues, brassed-up bluegrass - these high-spirit wonders do and love it all. Powerhouse vocals are flanked by a dextrous pedal steel and a brassalicious horn section, all supported by dynamic drums and bass. The beloved DC/Baltimore group returns to The Creative Alliance this May to release their new single "White Horse," written by frontwoman Jess Eliot Myhre. ...
Mario Venzago, conductor
Kit Armstrong, piano
Liszt // Les Préludes
Mozart // Piano Concerto No. 22 in E-flat Major
Brahms // Symphony No. 3 in F Major
Beloved conductor Mario Venzago directs Liszt’s most popular symphonic poem Les Préludes. “He gets a refinement of tone and dynamics from the BSO that no one else has quite matched” (Baltimore Sun). Brahms’ Third Symphony spans the full range of human emotion from excitement to despair. Mozart’s vivacious Piano Concerto No. 22 is matched by young virtuoso Kit Armstrong.
A B-horror homage with dastardly heroes, maniacal villains, and insane antics!
Nearly twenty years ago, General Maximilian Morder devised a plan to bring order to the world with the aid of a mysterious goo. Things didn’t pan out. Now, the elixir is in the hands of Reggie and Silas Cryptz – two moronic morticians who have drawn the vile ire of a family they’ve cheated in the past. The antics of our heroes will lead to monstrous results, and a dire intersection with fate.
A night of trio music presented in two contexts with the Heart of the Ghost followed by Jamal Moore’s Organix Trio celebrating their sophomore release, Psalms of Baltimore.
“As musicians we are healers of humanity and have a responsibility to cleanse dis-ease through positive tones, frequencies and vibrations. Music is the nucleus and universal language of the oversoul, mind, body and spirit."- Jamal Moore
The Free Master Class and Concert with Jonathan Carney, BSO Concertmaster is a program offered by Maryland Center for the Arts in partnership with Music Land in Bel Air, Maryland. Violin students in elementary through high school are invited to sign up to participate in the master class to play a short solo piece for Mr. Carney, who will provide coaching tips. Currently, as of 5/15/2018, our student slots are full, and there is a waitlist, in case a student cannot attend. Observers of all ages are welcome to attend, as the master class and concert are free and open to the public.
*** NO class on May 26th ***
Each class begins with a heart pumping warm up to a variety of Broadway tunes. The consistent warm up each week allows students to grow in their ability to execute basic dance technique in a Broadway style. Each class, students learn a Broadway number choreographed to suite all levels. CJay’s experience teaching novice as well as Broadway stars helps to create a fun welcoming energy with lots of creative play.
$60 for series
$18 drop in
$55 members (call to register)
We are pleased to present Bill Toms, whose performances have become legendary in sheer power and passion. Rock and roll, soul, blues, and gospel so deep the earth moves, and the walls begin shakin’ as Bill Toms and his band start the train rollin’. American music never sounded so good.
Heartbreaker singer sonwriter, Ben Delaurentis, from the popular Virginia rock n roll band, Steal The Prize, performs in the bar following the running of the Preakness, combining several genres from jazz to blues to country and anything inbetween.
Monthly "open mike" Folk Music Night is held Saturdays from 7:00-10:00 pm. Admission is free, but donations are welcome. Further info: 410-529-7176. The featured performer this month is Tom Margolis. His YouTube channel is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5EztxsyUv5Mm-90WAFGlTw/videos?disable_... .
An evening of French favorites and dazzling performances by the winners of our Young Artist Competition! Whether it’s Goethe’s lazy young musician or Mallarmé’s curious faun, poetry inspired Dukas and Debussy to create two of the most beloved pieces in classical music. Ravel’s Bolero is the quintessential orchestral showpiece and his marvelous ballet brings over 100 musicians to the stage in a rich and triumphant conclusion to our 40th Anniversary!
Claude Debussy - Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun
Paul Dukas - The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Round up a country band and an early R&B group with three lead vocalists, weave in a hefty amount of vocal harmony and witty turns-of-phrase, and let ‘em rock out like The Band. The sound of roots music mavericks Western Centuries sits at these crossroads, and their debut album Weight of the World introduces a band as skillful in their musicianship as they are innovative in their writing.
A multi instrumentalist (piano, guitar, cornet) Craig Gildner started playing guitar in 1979 and has led several successful larger swing era groups here in D.C since 1999. Recently he’s focused on the demanding yet satisfying chord melody guitar style of the late 40’s and 50’s. In September 2017 at the encouragement of fellow guitarist John Pizzarelli, he began playing 7 string archtop guitar and fascinated by the possibilities of the instrument, hasn’t looked back. His approach evokes greats such as George Van Eps, Barney Kessel, Tal Farlow and Wes Montgomery.
Peabody Dance: Cinderella
Melissa Stafford, director
More than 150 Peabody Dance students present the classic fairy tale.
Tickets Available: April 2
Todd Marcus is one of the few artists worldwide to focus on the bass clarinet as a main instrument in modern jazz with his large and small ensembles. His straight-ahead playing and compositions swing with fiery and introspective intensity, offer a strong lyrical sensibility, and often incorporate the Middle Eastern influences of his Egyptian-American heritage. Marcus will be performing with Bruce Barth (piano), Eric Kennedy (drums), and Eric Wheeler (bass).
The celebrated period-instrument ensemble Freiburg Baroque Orchestra is regularly hailed for the “vitality and imagination of its playing” (The New York Times). In his first year as artistic director, the sparkling fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout joins the group for a concert featuring two of Mozart’s most charming and charismatic piano concertos.