Crickets is a weekly Saturday morning class for children ages 4 to 6, engaging the body and mind in joyful music-making. Highly-trained teachers gently encourage very young children to explore the voice as their first true instrument through play, games, and movement. We offer small classes limited to 10 children each. The fall session is 10 weeks long. Classes start Saturday, September 24th with a 9:30 or 10:40 AM start time at the Children’s Chorus of Maryland in downtown Towson.
Celebrate the colors of fall and the places where you see those colors, ranging from pumpkins to squirrels to brightly colored leaves.
This concert repeata on Saturday, September 24, 2022 at 11:30 am. Tickets $10.00.
Please note: Attendees of all ages are required to have a ticket. Concerts take place in the lobby and seating is unreserved. For children ages 6 months-3 years and their families.
Not ready to say goodbye to festival season? Well, we’re not done yet. Grab your friends and family and join your neighbors, as we celebrate the charm that makes Charm City so unique. Residents of all ages are invited to the lawn of War Memorial Plaza for an eclectic blend of art, entertainment, and local eats. Several garages and parking lots onsite will be available and designated for this event. Pricing will vary.
An evening of Puppetry & Performance for Grown-ups!
Black Cherry's Puppet Slamwich at Current Space!
Saturday September 24th
Two shows at 5pm and 8pm
Doors open 1/2 hour before each showtime
This event will be held outside in the beautiful rear courtyard of Current Space, under a big tent
421 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201 **Must enter through the back alley: 421 Tyson Street**
September 25, 1:00-2:30pm
FREE | In-person at the Peale
RSVP in advance
*Masks required at indoor events
On the last day of the SPARK: New Light exhibition, join us for a lively musical program featuring the Towson University Percussion Ensemble, the UMBC Percussion Ensemble, and Umbilicus, a percussion ensemble with UMBC and Towson-affiliated players.
Their 90-minute program will start on the 3rd floor of The Peale, continue on the second floor, and end in the garden (weather permitting.)
Chamber Music on the Hill, in residence at McDaniel College, presents “Music for Cello and Piano” with cellist Maxim Kozlov and pianist David Kreider, senior lecturer in music emeritus at McDaniel. The program features a performance of “Sonata in G minor for Cello and Piano” by Sergei Rachmaninoff.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and veterans, and free for children, as well as students with valid ID. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online. Visit www.facebook.com/CMOTH or call 443-974-6374 for ticket information.
Thomas Søndergård, conductor
Thomas Hampson, baritone
Strauss ascends past waterfalls and glaciers to reach wondrous peaks of sonic rapture in An Alpine Symphony, a feat achieved by history’s greatest tone painter with the combined efforts of a colossal orchestra. Mahler’s Songs of a Wayfarer delight in the fresh bloom of new love, delivered with the richness and emotional intensity that Thomas Hampson has cultivated through a career-spanning Mahler obsession. In his Ballade, Coleridge-Taylor presents a stirring impression of the American folkloric landscape.
Do you enjoy being creative? Have a love for performing? The Dance & Bmore Elder Ensemble could be the group for you. Dance & Bmore uses creative storytelling, movement, music, and theater to engage audiences of every age and stage of life. We will be meeting at the Waxter Center every Wednesday from September 21st to October 26th. Feel free to register at this link: https://forms.gle/G5HVEefW9XqHCKh69
A perfect fit to kick off our Series season and National Hispanic Heritage Month!
Tvameva (meaning "you are" in Sanskrit) is a unique world fusion band based in the Washington DC Region. This presentation features founder-vocalist-producer, Arvind Venugopal, and award-winning guitarist, Rahul Mukerji. The group blends South Indian Carnatic music traditions with new age electronic, classic rock, and other musical sounds. The result is a sublime and spiritually-grounded new sound which respectfully balances tradition with fearless exploration. Suggested donation: $15. Registration required: bit.ly/aacc-oct2-tvameva
Bach in Baltimore kicks off its 35th Anniversary Season with a concert featuring two musical forms that define Baroque Period Music. The concert opens with Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 1 in C Major, a masterwork in Baroque counterpoint, a technique that uses multiple melodies to play simultaneously, creating contrast, highlight, and interplay. Bach excelled at counterpoint, one of the many reasons his music stands the test of time. A Baroque cantata will close the concert. Bach in Baltimore is one of the only music ensembles that regularly performs Bach’s cantatas.
THU, OCT 6, 8 PM – Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
SUN, OCT 9, 3 PM – The Music Center at Strathmore
James Conlon, conductor
Judith and Leah Pisar, speakers
Diana Newman, soprano
University of Maryland Concert Choir
Jason Ferdinand, director
Maryland State Boychoir
Stephen Holmes, director
The Elder Arts Jam is a creative space for senior citizens to dance, talk, share recipes, tell stories, laugh, and sing. Zoom in from anywhere to enjoy music and movement designed with those 65 and older in mind! Please email [email protected] to receive the Zoom link.
The Brentano String Quartet, which has performed across five continents, and clarinetist Alexander Fiterstein, winner of the Avery Fischer Career Grant Award and director of winds at Maryland’s Peabody Conservatory, will join forces to perform chamber music including Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet. The concert is part of the Candlelight Concert Society’s 50th-anniversary season.
Coming to the Central Library on Wednesday, September 14, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra brings the Orchestra out of the concert hall and into the community for its Symphony in the City series! Featuring Maestro Jonathan Rush.
Check out BSOmusic.org for details about this very special event!
Jack Everly, conductor
40 years after his first appearance on the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra podium, the incomparable Jack Everly brings back his favorite works from a career that has straddled the highest levels of Broadway, ballet, and the concert halls of the country. With Troupe Vertigo, this kickoff to Everly’s final season as Principal Pops Conductor is sure to be Jacktacular!
This performance will also take place on Thu., Oct 13 at 8 pm at The Musice Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda, Md.