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Japanese Woodblock Prints showcases more than 40 lively prints dating from the 17th through 19th centuries from the Walters’ collection. Japanese woodblock prints are often credited to individual artists like Hokusai and Hiroshige. However, these celebrated and beautiful works of art are the products of masterfully orchestrated collaborations among publishers, artists, carvers, and printers; their distinct roles are explored in this exhibition.
Eyesore Productions presents screenings of films by local film-makers!
10 Stinkin' Dollars!!!
Chung Wei Young
Toroes D. Thomas
A civil war has just ended, throwing the city into chaos and tearing families apart. Desperate to establish peace and order, the victorious leader, Creon, has issued strict new laws. But his niece, Antigone, resists these decrees for violating spiritual law and threatening her right to honor the dead. With lives, loves, and justice on the line, and two competing truths on a collision course, can the personal and the political co-exist?
**NOTE: Run dates now Mar 12 - Apr 7.** Like any culinary trend, relationships are destined to evolve over time—but can the recipe of friendship retain its zest if the key ingredients begin to change? A fabulous dinner at the home of food writers Gabe and Karen proves hard to swallow when Beth drops the bomb that husband Tom wants out of their 12-year marriage.
Courtney Orlando, artistic director
David Smooke, faculty advisor
Dancers from Dance Connections, Inc. and narrator Greg Jukes join the Orchestra for Pirates & Princesses with music from Pirates of the Caribbean, Scheherazade, and more! Choose between the 10:30am or 1pm show and try your favorite instruments at the Musical Instrument Petting Zoo from 11:30-1:00. Children 17 and under are FREE! Tickets for adults and students ages 18 and up are $15.
Music in the Great Hall presents Liebeslieder Waltzer, Op. 52 by Brahms and Liza Lehmann's Nonsense Songs from Alice in Wonderland. These songs will be performed by Claire Galloway Weber, soprano, Megan Heavner, alto, Joshua Glassman, tenor and Rob McGinness, baritone. Michael Repper and Randy Ryan, piano, will accompany the singers.
The Gospel Music Tradition in Baltimore
Marcus D. Smith, minister of music, Ark Church
W. Patrick Alston, worship music consultant, New Shiloh Baptist Church
This concert combines the artistry of Peabody’s instrumentalists and vocalists with local gospel music artists in a musical experience that has everyone moving to the music! The concert covers the full spectrum of the gospel music idiom with all of the enthusiasm and highly energetic exchange for which gospel music is renown.
Christopher Creaghan, organist at the famed Riverside Church in New York City, will present a Tiffany Series concert. His program includes J.S. Bach's prestigious "Fantasia & Fugue in G minor," Calvin Hampton's "Fanfares," and McNeil Robinson's "Sonata." Of particular interest are Creaghan's organ transcriptions of two orchestral favorites: Gabriel Fauré's "Pavane" and M. Mussorgsky's "The Great Gate of Kiev," from Pictures at an Exhibition.
The Columbia Pro Cantare chorus showcases works by 20th-century European composers in its 4 pm, March 17, 2019, concert at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Ellicott City. Joining the full chorus and the CPC Chambers singers will be tenor Jason Berger, Jacquline Polaauf, harp, and Donald Fries, organ.
Join us as members of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra perform chamber works in a beautiful candlelit setting. Concert and parking are FREE, with no tickets or reservations required. Please visit our website for more information about the series: www.CommunityConcertsAtSecond.org