Don’t miss the final showcase of this year’s UP/Start Venture Competition! The top 8 participants will publicly present their business ideas, followed by the announcement of the winning teams. Pick your top idea and cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award! micapreneurship.com
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Join us every third Wednesday at the Cabaret at Germano's for Baltimore's Best Open Mic Night. Dinner is served beginning at 6:00. Sign-up is at 7:00 and the performance begins at 7:30. Please purchase tickets in advance online or by phone to allow us to serve you comfortably. $10 cover for all in attendance.
Master cabaret artist, Mary Reilly, hosts. Each month a different featured artist and theme. Michael Sheppard works his magic on the baby grand.
Maryland Institute College of Art and GBCA invite you to the seventh annual Baltimore Think-a-thon!
If you believe in the power of the arts and humanities to take on the challenges facing Baltimore, make your voice heard at this intensive “think and do” event. Join other brilliant, compassionate artists, scholars, and activists for a day of visionary ideas, discussion, and problem-solving. The issues we address will be suggested by you and other participants.
“You’re free. Go home.” Most Holocaust films end with these words, the very words that survivors heard at liberation. But After Auschwitz is not a typical “Holocaust” film. It begins with these words, inviting audiences to experience what happened next. In watching the struggles of survival, the audience feels a searing connection to our current political climate, as history teaches us the vital role humanity plays in our hopes for greater understanding and compassion.
The Strata ensemble, featuring clarinetist Nathan Williams, violinist James Stern, and pianist Audrey Andrist, presents a program entitled Riddles and Mirages, including works by American composers Paul Schoenfield, Margaret Brouwer, Libby Larsen, and works composed for Strata by Robert Maggio(Riddle) and Jonathan Leshnoff (Seven Glances at a Mirage).
Sean Jones, director, Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair in Jazz Studies
Balance Campaign is a Washington D.C.-based contemporary ensemble passionate about commissioning and premiering new works. Currently in their second season, the group has been in residence at UMBC and is currently ensemble-in-residence with District New Music Coalition. With DNMC, they will perform works by local, living composers on a series of concerts in the D.C. metro area to facilitate a connection between audiences, musicians, institutions, and composers within the community.