Learn about the unique benefits of a conservatory education and explore your options for continuing your studies in music. Representatives from dozens of America’s top music schools will be on hand to share information, answer questions, and offer their expertise as you consider the crucial next steps in your musical education.
This is a 12-week afternoon class for ages to 9 – 12. Students will focus on building skill, craftsmanship, and discuss technique to build deeper relationships with tools and materials. They will explore texture, color and shape while building technical skills as they create a wide variety of wonderful creations.Each class session will introduce a new technique and present a new, exciting challenge. All works will be created in red earthenware, decorated with vibrant AMACO velvet underglaze and glaze fired to cone 04. Class includes all materials and firing.
Join us for a tour inside Clifton Mansion, the unique Italianate country house that has overlooked Baltimore City for over 200 years! At one time the summer home of War of 1812 captain Henry Thompson and then philanthropist Johns Hopkins, the story of Clifton Estate is one about two prominent businessmen, enslaved & free Black people, and more. You’ll see the latest restorations made possible by the Friends of Clifton Mansion and Civic Works. You will also be invited into unrestored spaces that are brimming with stories to tell!
Presenter: Jaime Rafael Rivera Pagan, BrandGoat84
Are you a Micro business owner looking to take your brand to the next level? Join us for an immersive and interactive Branding Clinic designed to empower and guide you in creating a strong, authentic, and impactful brand. In this workshop, you will gain the essential knowledge and practical tools needed to establish a compelling brand identity that resonates with your target audience, differentiates you from competitors, and drives business growth.
What we’ll cover:
Peabody is proud to welcome Shared Voices Symposium 2023: In the Driver’s Seat, the program’s second annual event, to its Baltimore campus September 29 through October 1. This immersive experience offers an intensive opportunity for students to gain foundational knowledge and expertise for success.
Are you interested in attending the Baltimore School for the Arts? Then join us at our in-person Open House and tour our beautiful facility! You’ll learn about the auditions process, our college prep program, and what our alumni do. Limited numbers for each Open House sessions: 10AM and 12PM. Registration is strongly encouraged.
All parents and families are welcome, maximum of 2 per family (student and one guardian). More info to follow
Are you a painter, musician or any kind of creative entrepreneur that lives in Maryland? Do you have legal questions or concerns?
Make an appointment for our Art Law Clinic! You can snag a 30-minute consult with one of our volunteer attorneys to sort out any general issues or questions you might have.
Ignite your senses with the Fauré Quartett at the Candlelight Concert Society’s 51st season opener! Named in honor of the French composer Gabriel Fauré, the group is internationally acclaimed as one of the world’s leading piano quartets. Known both for their top- notch recordings of classical gems and exciting pop hits, this German ensemble has captured the hearts of audiences worldwide. Revel in their captivating arrangements of Fauré’s art songs, intertwined with rarely performed piano quartet gems by Fauré and Brahms.
Howard Community College is celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month with the return of the Drag[on] Extravaganza, an educational, entertaining drag show featuring performances by regional celebrity drag artists with a panel discussion and Q&A with the cast!
The evening begins at 6 p.m. with an LGBTQ+ resource fair in the Grand Hall of the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center. The show will begin at 7 p.m. in the Smith Theatre. Be sure to stay after the show for a meet and greet with the performers.
Fiesta Baltimore is the largest and most anticipated Hispanic/Latino cultural event of the year in the Baltimore metropolitan region.
The event will feature the following:
The 5th Annual Latino Cultural Festival in Patterson Park, on October 7th & 8th from 11am –7pm
Would a strategy to accomplish your remaining 2023 business goals be helpful? Join us Empower Program Manager Bakari Jones for Atomic Goal Setting!
Atomic (or micro) goals are small, achievable steps that can help us reach our larger goals. They are a great way to break down a big project into smaller, more manageable tasks. In this workshop, we will explore the concept of micro goals and how they can help us reach our objectives.
At a time when book bans and censorship are on the rise throughout the country, the renowned political cartoonist Signe Wilkinson and historian Jonathan Zimmerman will speak on free speech and the arts.
They are the co-creators of the new book Free Speech & Why You Should Give a Damn.
Meet Danny Joe and his puppet pals at MCHC for a playdate! During this interactive performance, we’ll saddle up with the quickest drawer in the west, a cowboy named Buck. A. Roo. Everyone feels overwhelmed sometimes, so together we’ll practice different ways to take control of complex feelings through art, song, and dance. Giddyup, partner! Participants will make and take a related STEAM/SEL art project to continue the play at home. Suitable for families and children 3–6 years.
We are excited to welcome the Baltimore Lieder Weekend back to An die Musik! All events are FREE thanks to The Hampsong Foundation and Free Fall Baltimore!
In-person and livestream tickets available!
- Friday, October 20, 7pm -
7:00 PM Concert 1 – All Schumann
Ryan de Ryke, baritone
Daniel Schlosberg, piano
- Saturday, October 21, 11am -
11:00 AM Lecture – “Grief and the Warping of Time: Brahms’ ‘In stiller Nacht”
Susan Youens, scholar
2:00 PM Masterclass –
featuring students from Peabody Conservatory