Vocalists Dyana Neal and Jim Knost with pianist Robert Hitz
Dyana Neal has appeared in concerts, plays, musicals, and operas throughout the Baltimore-Washington area. Favorite roles include Mrs. Robinson in The Graduate, Lady Macbeth, Pitti-Sing in the Mikado, Sympathy the Learned in The Arabian Nights, Anne Boleyn in Royal Gambit, and The Fairy Queen in Iolanthe. She was a member of the Baltimore Opera Chorus from 2002-2009. Ms. Neal is perhaps best known as the midday host at WBJC-FM, a position she has held since 1993.
Due to the inclement weather forecast, this concert has changed from Jan. 31 to Sat, Feb. 27. All ticket holders for Jan 31st will be able to watch this concert LIVE on Feb. 27.
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
Cello Suite no. 5 in c minor, BWV 1011
Gavottes I and II
Cello Suite no. 6 in D Major, BWV 1012
Gavottes I and II
TKQ presents Message Music: A History of Music from a Jazz Perspective
The Terry Koger Quintet honors Black History Month by performing many styles throughout American History. The songs performed will be songs of reflection, power, protest, joy, hope, truth and dignity. The selections will cover music from the late 1800s to the present with well-known songs to lesser-known songs and original compositions.
Terry Koger, alto saxophone
Freddie Dunn, Jr., trumpet
Bill Washburn, piano
John Leonard, bass
Darrell Taylor, drums
Monthly 2021 concert series with this iconic jazz pianist!
Bill Heid, piano
Blake Meister, bass
Jay Jefferson, drums
Bill Heid is an American soul jazz and hard bop jazz pianist and organist, born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, probably better known for his work with musicians such as Koko Taylor, Henry Johnson and Fenton Robinson, among others.
Check out the recordings of Robin's previous live streaming shows:
Quarantine Concert Series #9: Robin Bullock
Quarantine Concert Series #75: Robin Bullock CD Release
Hailed as a “Celtic guitar god” by Baltimore City Paper and “one of the best folk instrumentalists in the business” by Sing Out! Magazine, Robin Bullock is one of the preeminent acoustic musicians of our time.
“Jackie Warren is a powerfully grooving pianist; Meanwhile Amy Shook and Sherrie Maricle set up a beat so strong it could drive a fleet of eighteen-wheelers." - Jerome Wilson, All About Jazz
Sherrie Maricle - drums
Jackie Warren - piano
Amy Shook - acoustic bass
Fiercely swinging on purpose, with purpose this powerhouse trio plays original, traditional and contemporary standards from all genres of music. Their unique style and innovative arrangements are always super-charged by their boundless musical joy and gratitude.