Major General Duane Gamble, a 1985 alumnus of McDaniel College, discusses his experience as a member of the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) while a student at McDaniel and his military career in the U.S. Army in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the college’s Green Terror Battalion. SmartTALK brings notable alumni back to campus for an hour-long, on-stage conversation with McDaniel President Roger N. Casey on their subject of expertise. Call 410-857-2290 for more information.
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Utilizing mindfulness practices to enter fully into the present moment, we’ll engage with art as a way to respond to experiences of nature, music, poetry, imagery and memory. For curious people with or without experience in art and mindfulness. Activities include observing, listening, reflecting, expressing, drawing, painting, and more. Leave with a deeper connection and appreciation of beauty in the world.
Screen your new work or work in progress (max length 15 min) at this monthly feedback session from your Baltimore filmmaking peers in the Creative Alliance Lounge! Send your short films via email by the Friday before to Creative Alliance Film Curator, Samantha Mitchell ([email protected]) to be added to the lineup.
Thanks to our generous sponsors Baltimore Filmmakers Collective & Charm City Filmmakers for helping to make these sessions possible!
Bravo! Bernstein on Broadway
The Peabody Studio Orchestra with conductor Edward Polochick and singer/director Carolyn Black-Sotir celebrate the Leonard Bernstein Centennial with a special program of Bernstein's greatest Broadway hits, staged at the Gordon Center. The program includes:
As our bodies move, we tell a story. Where we have been, where we are going, what we hold on to, what we let go of. When bodies move in masses, they tell a larger story. Hope, fear, war, famine, the search for a better life. What does it mean to be just one body moving in humanity’s great crowd? This is a movement piece. Prepare to be moved.
Visitors can enjoy free admission to the entire museum on the first Thursday of every month. A collection highlights tour takes place at 11 a.m.—explore the galleries with a member of our staff, hear the stories behind the artifacts on display and learn about Maryland’s rich history. Groups of 10 or more people must book the tour ahead of time.
The CCBC Dance Company presents their annual spring program exploring new and re-staged works by faculty and guest artists. We are excited to welcome guest artist Jon Lehrer who is setting a new work on the Company. And Patapsco High School Center for the Arts will be performing in a new work choreographed by Melinda Blomquist. It's going to be a great performance!
CCBC Essex Robert and Eleanor Romadka College Center (ROMA) | F. Scott Black Theatre
7201 Rossville Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21237
April 4 at 11:10 a.m.
April 5 & 6 at 7 p.m.
Stop by the opening of Phillips Crab Deck before heading to the stadium to watch the Orioles take on the New York Yankees for Opening Day. Phillips will open the Crab Deck at 11 am and the game doesn’t start until 3:05 pm. Enjoy $5 Orange Crushes, $4 Happy Hour and $2 Natty Bohs. Free Hot Dogs and Peanuts with your O’s gear and a purchase - ALL DAY
In her 90th year, Elizabeth Bonaparte, the former wife of Napoleon’s youngest brother, Jérôme, met Martha Custis Williams Carter, the great-granddaughter of Martha Washington, at Mrs. Gwinn’s Boarding House in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood. Their daily conversations, recorded in Markie’s diaries, reveal stories about Elizabeth that have never been told until now. This lecture, given by Alexandra Deutsch of MdHS, presents a very different side of these two women who, seemingly very different, came to love and trust one another with their intimate thoughts.
Lena, a young vigilante, confronts a former Auschwitz guard accused of war crimes. Her efforts to extract a confession at gunpoint result in a twisted cat-and-mouse game and a standoff fraught with moral complexities and shocking revelations.
This 90-minute program of art song for piano and voice, presented by soprano Laura Choi Stuart and pianist Joy Schreier, explores the mystery and delight of sleeping and dreaming, and spans the breadth of art song repertoire from three centuries and six languages. Stuart will guide the performance with notes delivered from the stage as the program explores musical interpretations of sleep by composers including Handel, Strauss, Schubert, Fauré, and Rachmaninov.
“Kiah stands out for her ability to fuse the old with the new” -The Washington Post
“Kiah is an important and innovative presence in contemporary traditional music. Describing herself as a “Southern Gothic, alt-country blues singer/songwriter,” Amythyst has a repertoire that honors tradition while crossing genres to illuminate many common threads.” ~ Sam Gleaves, The Bluegrass Situation
Jack Everly, conductor
Ron Remke, vocalist
Troupe Vertigo brings Hollywood flair to the Pops stage! Join the BSO as acrobats, aerialists, jugglers and more dazzle you with their extraordinary athletic artistry set to the music of Hollywood’s hottest hits.
The UMBC Sound Studies Faculty Working Group presents the Spring Sound Studies Symposium.
Featured keynote address:
Carter Mathes, Department of English at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey – Decolonial Soundscapes: Blackness, Sonority, and Critique
Maleda Belilgne, Department of English at UMBC – “Look and You Can Hear It:” Visualizing Sound in Black Narrative
Anna Rubin, Department of Music at UMBC – On the Edge: Karina’s Journey
The Hot Club of Baltimore, featuring guitarist Michael Joseph Harris, is the premier gypsy jazz group of the region specializing in the vast repertoire of vintage jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt including early swing, musette waltzes, show tunes, be bop, and French standards from the 30's and 40's. The band will be joined by the beautiful young chanteuse Alexis Tantau who will beguile you with her authentic treatment of songs from Edith Piaf to Ella Fitzgerald. Tickets will go fast for this special night, so book yours well in advance!
An inspired labor of love for zine-making teens Sandi Tan, Jasmine Ng and Sophie Siddique, Shirkers was a Singapore-made 1992 cult classic—or it would have been, had the 16mm footage not been stolen by their enigmatic American collaborator Georges Cardona, who disappeared. More than two decades later, Tan, now a novelist in L.A., returns to the country of her youth and to the memories of a man who both enabled and thwarted her dreams. Magically, too, she returns to the film itself, revived in a way she never could have imagined.