The sun is out, and so are we! After a long winter, Phillips Crab Deck is back for another season. The Phillips Crab Deck is perched on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor in the heart of downtown and offers a crab-filled menu for outdoor dining and carryout. All summer long (weather permitting), we’ll be serving seafood favorites from the Chesapeake Bay and beyond.
Jonathan Rush, conductor Wordsmith, spoken word artist Runa Matsushita, violin
The celebrations continue in a patriotic performance at Boordy Vineyards on July 7. Sip on Boordy’s original wines while you enjoy the orchestra. This event is 21 and older and tickets are $15.00. Parking is available on-site. Please note that there will not be fireworks following this performance.
A hip-hop adaptation of Julius Caesar, written and adapted by Baltimore artists Joshua C. Thomas and Caitlin Carbone Hernandez and directed by Mari Andrea Travis. Inspired partly by the film Moonlight, our adaptation focuses on Brutus and Cassius’ relationship, showing a male friendship as complex and intimate to challenge the idea of Roman stoicism as a pillar of masculinity.
Opera Henriette is excited to announce our second project, and first live performance. Coming Sunday July 10, we present John Blow's landmark work with a stellar cast of mid-Atlantic-based singers and a live orchestra. This semi-staged performance will be presented in North Baltimore at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer.
Back by popular demand! Music at the Mansion is excited to welcome Gaelic Mishap back to the Liriodendron Mansion for a special outdoor show on Sunday, July 10 from 5 to 7 pm.
Formed in 2010, the Baltimore Celtic Rock band includes musicians who span a generation, each bringing a unique musical influence to popular traditional and contemporary Irish music. Their last performance at the Liriodendron sold out quickly - get your tickets early!
Join the artists of Baltimore Musicales for this tribute to legendary composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim. Hear some of his most beloved songs plus lesser known gems and works by artists who mentored and inspired him, including Rodgers & Hammerstein, Leonard Bernstein, Jerome Kern, and Harold Arlen. Songs from Into the Woods, Porgy and Bess, West Side Story, Follies, The King and I, and more will be performed by Annie Gill, Michael Manganiello, Thea Tullman Moore, Jennifer Simone Smith, and pianist Sonya Subbayya Sutton.
Susie Benchasil Seiter, conductor
Ever wonder what toys do when people aren't around? Toy Story answers that question with a fantastic fun-filled journey, viewed mostly through the eyes of two rival toys – Woody, the lanky, likable cowboy, and Buzz Lightyear, the fearless space ranger. Led by Woody, Andy's toys live happily in his room until Andy's birthday brings Buzz Lightyear onto the scene. Afraid of losing his place in Andy's heart, Woody plots against Buzz.
pure xtc is Taylor Hughes, a queer multi instrumentalist, writing and producing music out of her home studio. Inspiration for the project was sparked while Hughes was living in NYC in late 2020. pure xtc quickly began turning heads with her road-ready brand of haunting electro-pop. pure xtc’s debut single “Ghost” began circulating and could be heard on radio stations across the US, Canada and beyond. pure xtc has opened for Dayglow, Jenny Lewis and Dashboard Confessional.
FFO: Lorde, PVRIS + K. Flay
Overlook the Potomac as you listen to the BSO perform at the National Harbor in Prince George’s County. Perfect for a summer evening by the water this performance features playful music that sparks the imagination. The concert concludes with the University of Maryland’s Fight Song, go Terps!
Help us bring music to our state! Music for Maryland Tour reservations are Pay-What-You-Wish encouraged, but not required. This is a general admission event taking place on the lawn, seating is not provided. You are encouraged to bring your own blankets or chairs.
Speak Life Baltimore
Saturday, July 23rd, 2022
Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello Community Development Corporation
3220-A The Alameda Baltimore MD 21218
Live Performances & Visual Arts Display
Community Resource Vendors
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra visits Carroll County for a family-friendly patriotic performance! Celebrate the land of the free and the home of the brave with works that honor Charles Carroll, the county’s namesake. Take a trip back to 1776 and the signing of the Declaration of Independence to hear music that Mr. Carroll might have enjoyed.
Help us bring music to our state! Music for Maryland Tour reservations are Pay-What-You-Wish encouraged, but not required. This is a general admission event with seating available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Jazz in the BMA Sculpture Garden returns!
A leading voice of the harp today, performer, composer, and educator Brandee Younger defies genres and labels. Younger was recently nominated for a 2022 GRAMMY® for Best Instrumental Composition and NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Album.
In the year 2022XX Bit Gen returns fully upgraded with a mega charged arm cannon of 17 eclectic video game-inspired musical acts from across the country! Taking over both levels of the Ottobar, Bit Gen XV offers a relentless VGM concert adventure for those brave enough to suit up and test their might. Power up with video game-themed cocktails or an ice-cold drink to endure the focused laser blast of performances or sharpen your skills by setting a high score on a curated offering of console and arcade classics, all on free play. Bit Gen Gamer Fest XV, do YOU have the power?
The Patuxent River makes the perfect backdrop as the BSO stops at the PNC Waterside Pavilion at the Calvert Marine Museum in Calvert County, home of the beloved Maryland blue crabs. Jonathan Leshnoff’s Dancing Blue Crabs! is an American favorite you won’t want to miss. From the mountains to the sea this is a perfect summer concert for the family!
About this Performance:
- Seating Is Limited, please RSVP/purchase a ticket to attend
- This event is indoors.
- Audience members are required to wear masks while inside of the building.
About the Show
Enjoy an evening of original work and reperatoire from the cast, crew, and musicians of Voices of Carmen 2022. This immensely talented youth company are collaborating together to bring you this performance.