The Worthy Brothers Music Group started with three brothers who grew up playing jazz together. Their unmistakable bond is evident in the high level of cohesiveness when they play. The original Worthy Brothers trio consisted of renowned instrumentalist Aaron Worthy, local legend and piano virtuoso Zachary Worthy, and acclaimed professional bass player Eric Worthy. They still play jazz, but also play different formats as a trio as well as with other professional musicians.
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Jack Dunlap has made a name for himself playing mandolin in the D.C. area. Formerly of the trio Bud's Collective, Jack has worked alongside past and present members of Mountain Heart, Audie Blaylock and Redline, Dailey and Vincent, Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder, Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen, Blue Highway, Chris Jones and the Night Drivers and Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper, to name a few.
In the 29th century, rampant consumerism and environmental neglect have turned Earth into a garbage-strewn wasteland. Follow along with the adventures of adorable robot WALL-E in a mission to clean up the planet and make a better life– a mission we can all get behind. Bring the whole family for this kid-friendly animated film.
Always one for flamboyance, Captain Isaac Emerson came back from a trip to Italy and decided he wanted to build a new factory in downtown Baltimore and that it should look like Florence’s fabulous town hall, the Palazzo Vecchio. Completed in 1911, the tower’s four clocks each measure 24 feet across, a foot more London’s Big Ben, and the tower itself was the tallest building in Baltimore at the time.
Jazz saxophonist, recording artist, and composer, Mark Kraemer brings an exhilarating sense of passion and intensity to live performances. His sound is rich in texture and blends traditional Be-Bop, and modern Jazz with Latin and R&B influences. Mark's commitment is inspiring and must be experienced. He plays alto, soprano tenor saxophones, piano and wind controller. Mark comes from a musical family. His aunt taught him piano at age 6.
Playing Jazz Favorites, Swing, Showtunes, and songs from the “American Songbook”, Time for a Change is a hit wherever they perform. Comprised of four of the finest jazz musicians in the Baltimore-Washington area, they bring you back to the days of Swing, Big Band and Bebop. From Sinatra to Charlie Parker, they are comfortable in all popular music from today and yesterday. Leading the sound is Jim Voshell on the Tenor Saxophone. Backing up his formidable technique is Larry Haavik on the piano and synthesizer, Mike Morris on drums and Bill Pachucki on the Upright Bass.
Cruise on Raven, the newest yacht in the Inner Harbor, around Baltimore for New Year's Eve! Ring in the New Year with dancing along the water on a cruise that takes in the sparkling city skyline of Baltimore. Mini dessert will be served. Purchase your drink of choice from the fully stocked bar (drinks are an additional cost). Watch the Fireworks from Raven's open top deck!
Best View of the Inner Harbor Fireworks! Eat, drink and make resolutions aboard an American treasure!
Countdown to 2020 high above the Inner Harbor crowds on the deck of the historic USS Constellation. Guests will enjoy an all-inclusive gourmet menu, provided by Copper Kitchen, offering lite fare and desserts served with local beer, wine and hot cider. There will be party favors, hats, noisemakers, special tours and cannon firings all night!
FIRST SUNDAY CONCERT SERIES
New Year’s Day Celebration
Wednesday, January 1 at 4.m.
Central Presbyterian Church, Towson
Greet the dawn of 2020 with old and new friends at our annual New Year’s Day Celebration,
featuring Baroque instrumental favorites selected by our beloved first chair musicians on flute,
oboe, cello, and harpsichord. Maestro T. Herbert Dimmock will also join the celebration on the
organ. There is no better way to welcome the new year!
Tickets: $25 Regular / $27 Door
The Near Misses
January 3 & 4
The Near Misses is a 4-woman electropop band & experimental opera comprising an original song cycle based on true near-death stories. There is accompanying dance and movement as well as sound collages from first-person survivor recordings. One performer plays synth/keytar, another performer plays cello, violin, and accordion, and percussion comes mainly from an oven, a ladder, a pile of leaves, and keys.
FIRST SUNDAY CONCERT SERIES
January 5 at 4 p.m.
Church of the Redeemer, Baltimore
Bach’s Christmas Oratorio Part V: Ehre sei dir, Gott, gesungen
Bach’s Cantata 153: Schau, lieber Gott, wie meine Feind
Albinoni’s Oboe Concerto Opus 9, No. 2
Kerry Holahan, Soprano
Janna Critz, Alto
Kyle Tomlin, Tenor
Ross Tomaccio, Bass
“Fiddler On The Roof” has connected with audiences worldwide ever since it opened in 1964. This documentary explores the unusual story of its origins, and the conflicts that almost sunk the production before it ever hit the stage. The show is a tale of joy and sorrow, reflected in the stories of the people who created the musical and the book on which it is based.