We are pleased to have Aaron Thacker and Ben Shaver as our artists for the December 8th concert. They are both extremely talented in both voice and piano. We are looking forward to hearing some of their favorite music which will include a mixture of languages and styles.
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Dubbed “the high priests of brass” (Newsweek), the American Brass Quintet has set the standard for the modern classical brass ensemble. Embracing the past and the present, the group performs a program of Renaissance works punctuated with a world premiere inspired by the tradition of madrigals and motets.
Works by JOSQUIN, MONTEVERDI, HOLBORNE
NINA C. YOUNG (b. 1984): The Glow that Illuminates, The Glare that Obscures for Brass and Electronics
(World premiere, SHCS commission)
At the crossroads of blues and American roots music you’ll find Brooks Williams. “Setting new standards and a fresh direction for the blues,” says Blues In Britain, and creating a “beautiful fusion” (Keys And Chords). Just when you think he can’t sing a blues-ier note, he sings it. Just when you think he can’t strum a deeper groove, he strums it.
Columbia Pro Cantare chorus will perform Handel's Messiah, Sunday, December 8, 2019, 7:30 pm at the Jim Rouse Theatre, Columbia. The chorus and Festival Orchestra will be under the direction of Frances Motyca Dawson and joined for this performance by four guest soloists and Henry Lowe, positif organ. A free pre-concert lecture by Peabody professor Ernest Liotti begins at 6:30 pm and there is a post concert reception. Tickets are $23, $20 (students and senior citizens) in advance; $2 more at the door. Children 5-15: $10. Discounted tickets are available for groups of 10 or more.
UMBC's Department of Music Honors Showcase is a culmination of students’ work in the areas of solo performance, chamber ensemble performance, and composition.
Program and performers to be announced.
Admission is free.
UMBC is located about 10 minutes south of the Inner Harbor along I-95. For this event, free visitor parking is available in Lot 8, directly adjacent to the Performing Arts and Humanities Building, where Linehan Concert Hall is located.
Join Mariah Bonner for her Cabaret show: Songs For Lovers (And Friends!), a collection of tunes to keep you and your loved ones warm all winter long!
She'll interpret songs by timeless composers such as Gilbert Bécaud, Kander and Ebb, Lorenz Hart, as well as classic holiday favorites like Blue Christmas and Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas...Marcus Dagan will accompany her on keys. Come prepared for a fabulous evening of entertainment, with excellent acoustics, fine Italian cuisine and great service!
Evergreen Museum & Library's annual holiday open house invites visitors to explore the 48-room Gilded Age mansion decorated for the season with special displays of collection objects and live music. Festive fare will be served and the museum shop will be filled with unique gift ideas for sale at discounted prices!
This event is supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council.
Have you ever said to yourself one these things?
"I wish Baltimore had more classic country music happening."
"I wish I could go out dancing and learn how to two-step"
"I wish I could hang out at a bar, listen to country music, listen to local musicians, support a local brewery, and drink beer all at the same time!"
"I need to dance with my friends and hang out!“
"I love Arty Hill & the Long Gone Daddys!?
The Vienna Boys Choir, renowned as one of the finest vocal ensembles in the world, will fill the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall this holiday season with the angelic charm and pure sounds that have brought crowds to their feet for more than 500 years. Christmas in Vienna showcases these gifted musicians in an extraordinary program featuring Austrian folk songs, classical masterpieces, popular songs and, of course, holiday favorites.
The BSO is not performing on this program.
Spend an evening with the marvelous crooner, Michael A. Brown, Sr. as he sings your favorite holiday classics such as The Christmas Song, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, Winter Wonderland. Expect Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett gems, as well. He is joined by Kevin Hutt, Jr. on the baby grand and violin.
Join the dynamic cabaret duo of Jennifer Blades and John Bowen for a musical letter to the North Pole's most famous resident. This holiday romp will offer perspectives on the fat man in the red suit ranging from the traditional to the surprising to the downright shocking. So whether you're naughty or nice, check your schedule and check it twice, because if you don't see this show, not only do you not know Santa, you don't know Jack. . . Frost!
On Friday December 13th, The Honey Dewdrops will be performing a concert for the "Music on the Square" concert series in the Canton neighborhood of Baltimore, MD... and you're invited!! Baltimore's own Laura Wortman & Kagey Parrish are The Honey Dewdrops. They've travelled the world playing their wonderful crafted original music and we're so lucky to have them making joyous sounds in such a lovely acoustic space. Don't miss out on what will surely be a magical concert.
More about The Honey Dewdrops below
Praised for his “fulsome tone,” 20-year-old Sheku Kanneh-Mason, the 2016 BBC Young Musician of the Year, has played at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding, dazzled in appearances across the globe, and been hailed as a “global phenomenon” (The Telegraph, London). Just days after their Carnegie Hall debut, he and his sister perform for the first time in Baltimore.
BEETHOVEN: Variations on “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen” for Cello and Piano, Op. 66
LUTOSŁAWSKI: Grave: Metamorphoses for Cello and Piano
BARBER: Cello Sonata, Op. 6
Join The Harford Choral Society for a fascinating performance of
Respighi’s Lauda per la Nativita del
Signore, an exquisite but rarely performed
piece of music. The chorus will also premier a
composition entitled “Revelation” by Megan
DiGeorgio, a local composer, several carols by
John Rutter and other wonderful holiday
Exciting, exhilarating, and exhausting!" is probably the best (and most alliterative) way to describe the jazz duo of Holland & Coots. Brian Holland and Danny Coots began performing together in 2010 after spending decades individually on the jazz and ragtime circuits honing their skills on piano and drums, respectively. Since joining forces, they've been on a mission to introduce audiences all over the world to their style of music and fun. With a delightful mix of jazz, blues, stride, boogie, pop, and ragtime, Holland & Coots have created something for every musical taste.
Starting in September 2018, the Second Saturday dance will move to the Church of the Nativity & Holy Comforter, Hart Hall. 6112 York Rd, Baltimore.
The Baltimore Folk Music Society presents American Square and Contra Dancing on the 2nd Saturday of the month running from 8:00 'till 11:00 pm, with a short break in the middle.
The baroque master’s beloved oratorio performed in our 85th year! Handel Choir of Baltimore has performed Handel’s "Messiah" every year since 1935, and in 2004 began presenting historically informed performances of "Messiah" with a period instrument orchestra.
Handel Choir and Handel Period Instrument Orchestra
Katelyn Aungst soprano
Kristen Dubenion-Smith alto
Jacob Perry, Jr. tenor
Edward Vogel bass
Brian Bartoldus conductor