Submersive Productions returns to public view November 6th & 7th with “rECHOllection," a FREE and open-ended outdoor theatrical experience in Druid Hill Park at the Latrobe Pavillion. Stay as long or briefly as you'd like. Follow any character that interests you. Stay masked, stay distanced, stay curious.
The Children’s Guild Alliance, a nonprofit organization serving children, families and child-serving organizations in Maryland and Washington, D.C., will hold its 2021 Kids First Celebration, an evening honoring Dr. Andrew L. Ross, senior advisor and former president and CEO.
Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center is thrilled to announce WAITRESS will return for a limited two-day engagement this Fall. Featuring a score by Grammy Winner Sara Bareiles (composer of “Love Song” and “Brave”), meet Jenna, a waitress and expert pie-maker who dreams of a way out of her small town and rocky marriage.
Where can you find a piece of the Berlin Wall, a cannon ball mounted on a Conestoga wagon hitch, and over a hundred lions looking down at you from the tops of Baltimore’s buildings? On our Downtown Landmarks and Lions tour, of course! In this leisurely stroll—we cover a little over a mile in a little over an hour—you’ll see and hear the highlights of downtown Baltimore’s history and architecture. Best of all, you’ll discover where all the noble lions, hellish fiends, and neo-Egyptian sphinxes are hiding—the trick is in looking up!
The Columbia Jazz Band is back! This multimedia event will feature the Columbia Jazz Band along with photos, news footage, and audio/video clips from the USO. The show will include tunes from the Count
Basie Orchestra, Glenn Miller, and Duke Ellington Orchestras with featured selections including Strike Up
the Band, Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and When I Fall In Love.
Baltimore Choral Arts Presents Rejoice & Sing!
Rejoice & Sing! features uplifting and inspiring choral works while celebrating two women composers. Highlights include our commission of This is Our House by Alysia Lee, supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org), and a performance using both organs in the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. This is our 24th Annual Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Concert
Bach in Baltimore presents the world premiere of Hollis Thoms Requiem, written to honor and commemorate the lives lost during the COVID-19 pandemic. This original composition will be paired with Bach’s Cantata 4: Christ lag in Todesbanden (Christ lay in death’s bonds). Bach’s Cantata 4 is believed to be one of the earliest surviving cantatas composed by Bach.
How have your memories of winter changed throughout your lifetime? Join a discussion about changing weather patterns over time and the impact of the earlier onset of spring on plant species in Maryland with Lynn Cazabon, the featured artist of the Maryland Center for History and Culture's exhibition Losing Winter, as well as Dan Barrie, Modeling, Analysis, Predictions & Projections Program Director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and Erin Posthumus, Outreach Coordinator at the USA National Phenology Network.
Be Irish for a day at the 48th Annual Maryland Irish Festival, set for November 12-14, 2021 at the Timonium Fairgrounds; from 6-11 p.m. on Friday; 12 noon – 11 p.m. on Saturday and on Sunday from 12 noon - 6 p.m. (festival will comply with any and all health related guidelines) There will be plenty of traditional Irish food & drink, internationally recognized musical groups, children’s activities, cultural exhibits from Ireland, festive contests, a speaker series and various vendors all contained in the spacious Cow Palace.
Following BCO’s success in Menotti’s The Consul in 2019, we start this season with another of his popular operas. Baba, the medium, is a domineering grifter who uses peoples’ grief to extract money. But in one night, things change dramatically. Her seances are fake, but are her powers real? This production will take place at BCO’s home venue, the Engineers Club of the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion, where it is an Artists in Residence.
Semi-staged concert opera
Join us at the Pennsylvania Avenue location as the students of the Baltimore Schools for the Arts shares their tribute to Tupac Shakur through a presentation created by them.
One of Sykesville Main Street's most popular events is back, the Sykesville Craft Beer Festival, with the best of local microbreweries and food truck delishes!
The event is "Rain or shine".
Stay tuned as we announce the participating breweries, vendors and food options! Tickets will be available on our website soon.
Interested in volunteering for the event or becoming an event vendor please reach out to [email protected]
BRAVE: Art in Times of Crisis
By Full Circle Dance Company
November 13 & 14
BRAVE uses movement, music, and words to explore issues that matter right now in Baltimore and beyond – the role of protest in democracy, the challenge of the pandemic to individuals and communities, the history behind persistent inequality, and the courage of citizens who stand up against injustice.
For a tiny neighborhood squeezed between the University of Maryland and Camden Yards, Ridgely’s Delight contains an oversized history. George Washington slept here and Babe Ruth was born here! Join us to walk the preserved, picturesque streets of one of the earliest neighborhoods in Baltimore while we look back at the stories of both its famous visitors and the ordinary Baltimoreans who worked and raised their families here.
“A marvel of single-minded phrasing and airtight ensemble.” – The Washington Post
Welcome back to in-person concerts with Shriver Hall Concert Series!
For information on live-streaming options for this performance and for Covid-19 Safety Information visit shriverconcerts.org/health.
MOZART: String Quartet in B-flat major, K. 458, "Hunt"
CAROLINE SHAW: Microfictions [Vol. I] (World Premiere and SHCS co-commission)
BEETHOVEN: String Quartet in A minor, Op. 132
The New York Times called the Miró Quartet a group that plays with “explosive vigor and technical finesse,” and the Houston Chronicle praised its “refinement, drama, and adventure.” The exciting group returns with the world premiere of a new work by Pulitzer Prize winner Caroline Shaw, along with Mozart’s buoyant “Hunt” Quartet and Beethoven’s tumultuous and radiant Op. 132.
MOZART: String Quartet in B-flat Major, K. 458, “Hunt”
CAROLINE SHAW: Microfictions [Vol. I] (World Premiere, SHCS co-commission)
BEETHOVEN: String Quartet in A minor, Op. 132
ART SEMINAR GROUP ONLINE PROGRAM THROUGH ZOOM
Story of an Odd Couple – Van Gogh and Gauguin in Arles
Chris Boicos, professor of art history for the University of Southern California Paris program and founder (2007) and main lecturer for Paris Art Studies