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.
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In celebration of March 25 as Maryland Day, the Maryland Historical Society is hosting a free Brown Bag Lunch & Learn lecture by Jean Russo, co-editor and co-author of the Johns Hopkins Press's “Maryland: A History.” Admission will be free to the MdHS museum, and gallery tours will take place after the lecture.
Dan, an easy-going “nerd” plans to marry his high school sweetheart, Tamar. That is, until he meets Meirav, a waitress from Jerusalem, and he discovers butterflies in his stomach. Dan and Tamar break up, but not everything goes smoothly with Meirav. Still, Dan doesn’t give up and fights to win Meirav’s love.
A $1 fee applies to the purchase of each ticket online and at the box office.
Art and environmental activism come together in this lecture exhibition by celebrated American Photographer J Henry Fair. His superbly beautiful aerial images are appealing and bold- at first glance compositions of abstract shapes and colors. A closer look reveals them to be the detritus of industrial processes. The ethical implication of the photographs leaves viewers pondering the injustice of the human impact on nature. Henry’s work has appeared in major publications including National Geographic, Vanity Fair, and Smithsonian Magazine.
The Center for Innovation in Urban Education (CIUE) within the School of Education is presenting two events this spring as part of the Center’s Faculty Speaker Series.
Three faculty members and a principal will offer a panel, “Responding to the Call for Educational Justice: Catholic-led Initiatives in Urban Education,” on Wednesday, March 13, 2019, in McGuire Hall West from 6–7:45 p.m.
A stirring story of sports, patriotism and personal growth, Heading Home charts the underdog journey of Israel’s national baseball team competing for the first time in the World Baseball Classic. After years of defeat, Team Israel is finally ranked among the world’s best in 2017, eligible to compete in the prestigious international tournament. Their line-up included several Jewish American Major League players―most with a tenuous relationship to Judaism, let alone having ever set foot in Israel.
Pulitzer Prize winner Sam Shepard’s explosive play about sibling rivalry and human nature, True West examines the relationship between Austin, a screenwriter, and his older brother Lee. In the kitchen of their mother's home, the brothers find themselves forced to cooperate in the creation of a story that will make or break both their lives, each finding himself admitting that he had somehow always wished he were in the other's shoes.
CCBC Catonsville Center for the Arts (ARTS) | Theatre
800 S. Rolling Road, Baltimore, MD 21228
March 28 at 11:10 a.m.
The Zimnicki Players (Steve Yankee and Jacob Kohlhas) are an exciting guitar duo that strike a balance between meticulously crafted arrangements and spontaneous interplay. Whether it’s familiar jazz favorites, classical pieces, or original compositions, the Zimnicki Players exude joy, inventiveness, and precision with every note they play.
A $1 fee applies to the purchase of each ticket online and at the box office.
SPECIAL GUEST: Christopher Reed, Stevenson University
In 1936, Hungary is preparing to align itself with Hitler. A beautiful girl is found dead, with only a Jewish prayer book in her purse. Crime reporter Zsigmond Gordon begins to investigate a world of pornographers, brothels, and Communist cells, leading to the highest echelons of power. The more people try to scare him away, the deeper he digs, not knowing what motives lie behind the truth.
Any artist is welcome to hang one original work of art on the first come, first served installation day, taking place on Friday, March 29, 2019 from 7am - midnight. No need to sign up in advance, just come by MAP's first floor gallery space @ 218 West Saratoga Street in the Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District!
All work must come framed and ready to hang. (size requirement is 40" x 40")
Registration is $10 and can be paid with check, cash or credit card
All works will be silently auctioned Friday, April 5, 2019 from 7 -10pm
Friday, March 29-Sunday, April 28, 2019
Tuesday - Saturday 5pm - 11pm or later for events
Celebrate the Charles North neighborhood’s past and present history as a “Koreatown” and part of the Station North Arts and Entertainment district, as well as its increasing cultural diversity with an exhibit featuring work by local artists who are Asian and Asian American. Co-presented with Central Baltimore Partnership and the Baltimore Arts Realty Corporation.
McDaniel hosts a lecture by renowned educator, philosopher, author and activist Cornel West, who is best known for his works “Race Matters” and “Democracy Matters,” his memoir “Brother West: Living and Loving Out Loud,” and his most recent book, “Black Prophetic Fire,” which offers anunflinching look at 19th and 20th century African-American leaders and their visionary legacies. West, who currently teaches African and African-American Studies at Harvard University, is frequently interviewed by major news outlets, including CNN and PBS.
Quiet, reclusive and massively talented Billy Colucci’s name is known to Baltimoreans who really know their jazz.
Join us for an exciting music and dance performance celebrating Latinx culture! Jazz pianist Cesar Orozcohas created a set of music for strings and big band using rhythms and forms from Cuba and Venezuela. Award-winning dance artist Stephanie Martinez’s work Destino Roto (Broken Destiny) will focus on women’s strengths as she draws from her Mexican and Spanish heritage. Friday, March 29, 7 pm and Saturday, March 30, 2 pm. Baltimore School for the Arts, 712 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD. Free. Reserve tickets at www.bsfa.org/latinx.
Born in Hungary (1969) and a graduate of the Budapest Liszt Academy of Music, Gergely Ittzés is one of the most proactive personalities of the flute scene. While being a researcher of his instrument and composer of many experimental flute works applying the most up-to-date flute techniques, especially polyphonic playing, he does not specialize in contemporary music only but tries to connect it with tradition. His large repertoire includes all the important works written for his instrument and a great number of rarities from the past centuries and today.
NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore invites you to attend its 2nd annual #IWillListen mental health campaign for High School Students on Saturday, March 30th from 8:30am - 1:30pm at Church of The Redeemer.
#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 City high school students.
Maryland Center for the Arts & Music Land present BSO violist and series coordinator Peter Minkler, who will coach up to 4 students on the viola on a solo piece of their choice. All experience levels are welcome, elementary through high school. He is also looking for advanced violin, viola, and cello students to form a chamber group to perform following the class. Teachers, parents, friends, and family are welcome to observe the master class and concert. Go online now to reserve your student’s place or to save a seat to observe the class and experience a concert with the maestro.