Original music is the primary focus of the Jenny Wilson Trio. With the addition of jazz standards, contemporary and familiar, as well as unique arrangements of popular song, they perform a program that appeals to a wide audience.
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Extra extra! Read all about it! The notorious Queen of Hearts strikes again! This deadly beauty romances wealthy men…and makes them mysteriously disappear.
Step through the looking glass with Alice Hare, whose father is the Queen’s latest target. Alice trades places with her reflection and finds herself in Wonderland, where things you wonder can come true. She’ll need every bit of her imagination to save her father, defeat the Queen, and escape the mirror world.
(Appropriate for ages 10 and up).
NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore invites you to attend its 2nd annual #IWillListen mental health campaign for High School Students on Saturday, March 23rd from 8:30am - 1:30pm at Christian Temple Church in Catonsville.
#IWillListen is a social media campaign created with the purpose to engage students in discussions about mental health and wellness, and to be advocates for their school communities. The program is for current Baltimore County sophomore and junior students.
“Hometown Girl: Contemporary Quilts of Mimi Dietrich” is a new exhibition at the Maryland Historical Society featuring one-of-a-kind appliqué quilts created by Baltimore-native Mimi Dietrich.
The opening reception on March 23 includes a lecture by Mimi Dietrich, 2-3 pm, followed by a reception and gallery tour, 3-5 pm. Cost is $10 members/ $15 nonmembers.
A Night With Jackie Moms Mabley is an evening of zingers about everything from sexuality to racism. This Helen Hayes nominated play for the Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding New Play is delivered with political correctness and filled with fun and laughter as only Charisma can!
Loretta Mary Aiken, better known as "Moms" endured sexual, racial and political oppression while paving the way for African American women actors like Angela Bassett, Margaret Avery, Diana Ross, Alfre Woodard, Oprah Winfrey and the genius of Whoopi Goldberg.
Join us and Celebrate at Howard County's signature arts event! The evening begins with a sumptuous reception where you’ll sample culinary delights from area restaurants and bid on works of art by local artists while enjoying wonderful live musical performances. At 8 p.m. guests will be invited inside the Smith and Studio Theatres for the Rising Star Performing Arts Competition and the presentation of the 2018 Howie Awards. Performances and awards are presented live in the Smith Theatre ($100) and simulcast in the Studio Theatre ($50).
Join MPT as it hosts the 3rd annual Artworks Uncorked & Untapped. Enjoy regional artists with local breweries and wineries to celebrate Artworks, an MPT original series with host Rhea Feikin. This year, we are celebrating 50 years of Maryland Public Television. Guests will enjoy some throwback elements to this event.
Melissa Stafford, Director
Special guest artists join upper-level Preparatory Dance students in a refreshing and diverse program of ballet and contemporary dance.
Join the Baltimore Rock Opera Society for our fifth annual fundraising gala, Swanktacular V: Ring Bling BROS! A glitzy and glamorous night under the Big Top filled with high-flying fun! Held at the Zion Lutheran Church in downtown Baltimore, hosted by Melissa LaMartina, local actress and hostess of Shocktail Hour at Golden West Cafe.
A $1 fee applies to the purchase of each ticket online and at the box office.
In this globe-trotting adventure that is both comedic and poignant, an 88-year-old Jewish tailor runs away from Buenos Aires to Poland seeking a friend who saved him from certain death at the end of World War II. After seven decades without any contact, he attempts to find his friend and keep his promise to return one day.
In complement to the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM's) thematic mega-exhibition, "Parenting: An Art Without A Manual," the museum presents its annual, free-to-all, but reservations required, "Logan Visionary Conference: The Art of Parenting" on Sunday, March 24, 1-4pm. With generous underwriting by the Chicago-based Reva and David Logan Foundation, participants can hear and ask questions from a world-class array of inspirational expert presenters and scientific researchers in the field of family wellbeing, child trauma, and positive parent and child attachment.
In this two-part event, Turkish mezzo-soprano and music scholar Lori Şen will present a lecture on the history, language, and culture of the Sephardim, and elements and stylistic features of Sephardic music. The lecture will be followed by a recital of Sephardic songs performed by Lori Şen and guitarist Jeremy Lyons. The program will feature works by Roberto Pla, Manuel Valls, Lorenzo Palomo, Andrew Zohn, Ulrike Merk, and Matilde Salvador.
The philanthropist Johns Hopkins has shaped Baltimore perhaps like no other individual, from founding the university and hospital that bear his name to his role in shaping the B&O Railroad and making Baltimore an economic boom town in the 19th century. In a new book, The Ghosts of Johns Hopkins: The Life and Legacy that Shaped an American City, Baltimore author Antero Pietila explores how Hopkins and his legacy also impacted the racial patterns and climate of our city.
Concertmaster candidate Audrey Wright appears in Mozart’s third violin concerto. An early work by the Danish Carl Nielsen and the glorious Eastern European melodies of Antonin Dvořák’s Serenade round out this program of characteristic music from Denmark, Austria, and Bohemia.
NIELSEN Little Suite, Op.1
MOZART Violin Concerto No.3, K.216
Markand Thakar music director and conductor
Kraushaar Auditorium, Goucher College
1021 Dulaney Valley Road Towson, Maryland 21204
The Hagen Quartet is one of today's most distinguished ensembles, praised by The Los Angeles Times as "the ideal string quartet." Opening with Dvořák's tenderhearted Cypresses, they are joined by the astonishing composer and world-class clarinetist Jörg Widmann for the premiere of his own quintet and Mozart's glorious clarinet quintet.