EXTENDED THROUGH NOVEMBER 16th!!!
“(PLAGUE TALES) is loaded, not only with technical brilliance, but with a large ensemble that delivers knockout performances.” Max Garner, MD Theatre Guide
Streaming on-line through November 16th
Jeff Antoniuk - tenor sax
John Lee - guitar
Mike Pope - electric bass
Frank Russo - drums
Jeff Antoniuk & Helluvaband is one of the most aptly named jazz groups on the scene today. This collection of players have shared the stage with legends like Chick Corea, Marcus Miller, Helen Sung, The Brecker Brothers and many more. Individually, they’ve won Grammy’s, played at the White House, and toured across the globe. This is truly a hell of a band.
A native Baltimorean, Lea is an internationally known, award-winning singer and activist who is thrilled at every chance she gets to bring music to her home city! She has not only performed with the late Peter Seeger, but she also continues to mix her music and passion for justice here in the US, France, the UK, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, The Democratic Republic of the Congo, Siberia (for real!), and more.
Saturday October 31st | 11AM | Facebook Live!
Día De Los Muertos: Day of the Dead Virtual Celebration!
Join the Artesanas of Creative Alliance to learn about the history and traditions of Día de Los Muertos. Watch beautiful performances, see glowing altars, explore the differences between Halloween and the Day of the Dead, and much more!
Celebración Virtual de Día de los Muertos | SAB 31 de OCT | 11am | Facebook Live!
A safe socially distanced sidewalk concert & live stream by the Todd Marcus Quintet in the Sandtown-Winchester community of Baltimore.
Todd Marcus – bass clarinet
Sean Jones - trumpet
Tim Brey – piano
Eric Wheeler – bass
Eric Kennedy – drums
Neighbors are invited to sit on their steps and visitors from outside the community are encouraged to bring a chair. All attendees must wear masks. Event held in 1200 block of N. Stricker Street.
Irina Kaplan Lande, piano
Bryan Young, bassoon
Members of the Poulenc Trio with guest violinist Anton Lande perform a mix of Latin and Jazz inspired favorites by Ellington, Gershwin, Piazzolla, and Paquito D’Rivera. Featuring the world premiere of Principal Brothers by composer James Lee III.
Principal Brothers No. 4
James Lee III
The Peabody String Sinfonia is a student-run, conductor-less orchestra whose mission is to bring healing and beauty to people in our Baltimore community through music. Sinfonia is composed of Peabody students and alumni who volunteeer their time for this project. Its members believe music is now more important than ever.
During this time of social distancing and isolation, music allows us as humans to communicate and connect with other humans. Sinfonia will share both classical music for string orchestra as well as arrangements of familiar pop songs.
A look back at 10 years of music, movement, and memories! Join us online or outdoors for FREE classes, events, and performances.
Anniversary Weekend Schedule:
Friday, Nov 6th
- 6PM Dance & Bmore Ensemble Reunion with virtual and video performances (Live Stream on Facebook and YouTube)
Saturday, Nov 7th
“Nikita and Margarita gave a magical and diverse performance with extraordinarily nuanced artistry, virtuoso fireworks and ensemble collaboration." -- William Riddle, Artistic and Executive Director of Venetian Arts Society, FL
The Borisevich Duo, featuring pianist Margarita Loukachkina and violinist Nikita Borisevich, is an internationally acclaimed violin and piano duet, frequently performing across the United States and Europe.
Join me every Second Sunday, beginning September 13, 2020 as I explore the complete keyboard works of Bach.
From the Well-Tempered Clavier, to the Partitas, Inventions, French Suites, and English Suites, come explore with me the works of a devoutly religious man and one of humanity’s most incredible musical geniuses.
Sunday, Sept 13 10:30 am
Schafe können sicher weiden, from Cantata BWV 208 (Sheep May Safely Graze)
J.S. Bach, transcribed by Mary Howe
Partita No. 1 in B-flat Major, BWV 825
Charles Covington, Jr. is a self-taught Baltimore native, is a treasure trove of jazz lore who appears on over seventy-five albums. As a junior high student, he was expelled from school when he was caught in the band room picking out chords on the piano. The rock-and-roll loving Fats Domino fan’s introduction to jazz came as a high school senior when his principal played jazz over the intercom before the start of classes. After hearing Errol Garner and Ahmad Jamal, Covington was “hooked” on jazz. When he heard Ray Charles, he decided he had to imitate that sound.
Keyboard powerhouses Garrick Ohlsson, “captivating” (BBC Music) and Kirill Gerstein, “expressive brilliance” (The Guardian), join forces for a two-piano recital of revelatory depth. Recorded in the beautiful San Francisco Conservatory, the program features Busoni’s stunning homage to Bach and Rachmaninoff’s and Ravel’s rich color, rhythmic drive, and melodic splendor. The concert will be followed by an Artist Q&A.
This is their second live streaming event on our stage. Access the recording from their Aug 28, 2020 performance at https://www.instantseats.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.event&eventID=1CE...
Matt Perich, guitar
Phil Ravita, bass
Greg Herron, drums
Oldtime Central is very excited to announce The Fall Oldtime Gathering: a virtual weekend of workshops, jams, concerts, and lots of opportunities to socialize with the teachers and one another!
Join us for the weekend with teachers Jane Rothfield, Evie Ladin, Emily Mann, and Maggie Shar!
100% oldtime, 100% online.
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“Steve Kirby IS A BADASS. Every once in a while a project comes in that just blows me away. This was the 2016 project. It is an amazing record on so many levels. It moved me.” Mark Wilder, Sony Music recording engineer
“Steve Kirby, like an alchemist, brews all these ingredients together and concocts listening universes that are both intellectually stimulating and musically pleasing, for both specialized and secular ears” Fredric Cardin, ICI Musique
Mathuin Smith, sax
Jose Andre, piano
Charles Perry, bass
Tyler Pons, drums
The Mathuin Smith Quartet is a 4-piece jazz ensemble based in the Washington, DC and Northern Virginia areas that comprises four talented student musicians in the area: saxophonist Mathuin Smith, pianist José André, bassist Charles Perry, and drummer Tyler Pons.