Guitarist Michael Joseph Harris, bassist John Previti and drummer Chuck Karnerperform a wide variety of instrumental music from Duke Ellington to Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Cole Porter, Django Reinhardt, Danny Gatton, and Stevie Wonder.
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Creative Alliance and Shaolin Jazz proudly present a unique film experience catered to the lovers of Kung-Fu flicks, the music they inspire, and everything else in between. At each CAN I KICK IT? show, we screen a cult-classic martial arts film with a unique scene-by-scene score. The result is a live, remixed soundtrack to each movie. DJ 2-Tone Jones blends music using his mad DJ skills to blend genres like Hip Hop, Soul, and Funk to accentuate elements of specific scenes and fighting sequences.
Garnett Bruce, stage director
Peabody Opera Theatre Orchestra
Joseph Young, conductor Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Artistic Director of Ensembles
Giacomo Puccini: Il Trittico: Il Tabarro, Suor Angelica, and Gianni Schicchi
Giacomo Puccini’s trilogy Il Trittico features the antics of Gianni Schicchi – a cunning character stripped from Dante’s Inferno –alongside two other stories of tragic, jealous love (Il Tabarro) and poignant grief (Suor Angelica).
Sponsored by Claire and Allan Jensen
The Abbey Road Jazz Ensemble performs the Beatles catalogue in a whole new light. Based in Washington DC, ARJE is a quartet of talented jazz musicians who share a passion for the music of the Beatles. If you love jazz and you love The Beatles (McCartney-Lennon-Harrison) then of course you will LOVE The Abbey Road Jazz Ensemble!
Bronson Hoover ~ Piano/Vocals
Craig Gildner ~ Guitar/Lead Vocals
Cyndy Elliott ~ Bass/Vocals
James Herron ~ Drums
Created and Performed by Ami Brabson
March 8 – 10
Ami Brabson, a professional actor and singer, has performed on stage and television for the past two decades. Now she’s paying tribute to the writers, singers, politicians, and family members who have motivated her along the way.
“Women have composed and created incredible jazz from the very beginning, many of whom were unsung and/or unappreciated.” – Theresa Sise.
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.
A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, Grisha Goryachev is renowned for his extraordinary musical sensitivity and technical virtuosity in both classical and flamenco styles. Grisha is one of very few guitarists in the world who is reviving the tradition of solo flamenco guitar in a concert setting that was practiced by legendary flamenco masters such as Ramón Montoya and Sabicas.
Handel Choir and organist Noah Horn celebrate English poets and the music that brings their deft and subtle verse to life! Highlights include Britten's Rejoice in the Lamb and Handel's first setting of Psalm 42.
PANUFNIK Heav'nly Harmony
BENNETT The Glory and the Dream
FINZI My Spirit Sang All Day
STANFORD The Blue Bird
HANDEL As Pants the Hart (HWV 251a)
BRITTEN Rejoice in the Lamb
PARRY Blest Pair of Sirens
Handel Choir of Baltimore
Noah Horn organ
Brian Bartoldus conductor
Come join our new weekly jam session, every Sunday at 7pm, in the downstairs bar at Germano's! Mike 'n' Ike will provide the house rhythm section, while Germano's provides a fabulous bar featuring everything from fresh carrot juice to old whiskey, plus fantastic food,, all in a comfortable bar in the heart of Little Italy. Come join host Ian Rashkin (bass) and the rest of the rhythm section to play your favorite jazz standards, and not-so-standards; all instruments and vocalists welcome.
The UMBC Wind Ensemble, directed by Brian Kaufman, teams up with The Sounding Board, Emmy nominated composer and violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain, singer-songwriter Diana Lawrence, UMBC’s Cleftomaniacs, and other special guests to present an interactive musical event that will explore how we can navigate the current polarization in America. Music, multimedia, and spoken-word serve as catalysts for an interactive discussion with performers and audience members moderated by Tom Hall, host of WYPR’s Midday.
In conjunction with the exhibition A Designed Life: Contemporary American Textiles, Wallpapers, and Containers & Packaging, 1951 – 1954, the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture (CADVC) presents FACE OF A NATION: What Happened to the World’s Fair?, a film by architect Mina Chow that explores the controversy surrounding American participation in World’s Fairs.
**NOTE: Run dates now Mar 12 - Apr 7.** Like any culinary trend, relationships are destined to evolve over time—but can the recipe of friendship retain its zest if the key ingredients begin to change? A fabulous dinner at the home of food writers Gabe and Karen proves hard to swallow when Beth drops the bomb that husband Tom wants out of their 12-year marriage.