Ballet Theatre of Maryland presents Giselle, one of the most popular Romantic ballets of all time, for the first time in our 43 year history. The story brings together an engaging mix of human passions, vengeful ghosts, and the transcendent power of self-sacrificing love. With coveted virtuoso roles and an iconic ‘white ballet act’, this 180 year old tale stands the test of time - perhaps because love and heartbreak resonate with us all.
Derrick Michaels, solo saxophone
"Baltimore-based tenor saxophonist Derrick Michaels is an audacious force in the creative music community. As a saxophonist, he boasts a rich expressive palette and a propensity for dynamic performance. As a bandleader, he invites a wide array of brilliant musicians into the creative fold, engaging with an expressive continuum that spans the history of written and improvised music.
Jeff Cosgrove/Jeff Lederer/Mark Lysher
Jeff Cosgrove - Drums
Jeff Lederer - Saxophone
Mark Lysher - Bass
Showtime is 7 pm ET/6 pm CT/5 pm MT/4 pm PT/11 pm GMT
A limited number of in-person seats are $20 /$10 students
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required at door.
Attendees receive a link to the reocrded performance to view for one week.
Streaming cost is $10
The link will be revealed to live stream participants 15 minutes before the show
and will remain active through Nov.11
Donations are welcomed.
In this Daphne du Maurier tale of psychological horror reimagined for the Zoom era, a technical glitch may give a troubled woman the ability to see people as they really are.
November 5, 6, and 7 at 8:00 and 9:00. All shows on Zoom.
J. Purnell Hargrove
Adapted by Ann Tabor and Connor Kizer
Directed by Connor Kizer
Technical Direction by Rami Abraham
Sound Design by Scott Burke
Bach in Baltimore presents the world premiere of Hollis Thoms Requiem, written to honor and commemorate the lives lost during the COVID-19 pandemic. This original composition will be paired with Bach’s Cantata 4: Christ lag in Todesbanden (Christ lay in death’s bonds). Bach’s Cantata 4 is believed to be one of the earliest surviving cantatas composed by Bach. Featured artists include: Lisa Parente, soprano; Sonya Knussen, alto; Joseph Regan, tenor; Jason Thoms, bass; Ben Goodly, oboe; and Jonas Thoms, horn. Live/on-demand tickets are also available.
Peravon Jazz Trio
This is Peravon Jazz Trio's sixth appearance. Access their previous appearances here.
Matt Perich, guitar
Phil Ravita, bass
Greg Herron, drums
Peravon is an exciting trio that plays standard tunes but employs the rhythms and sensibilities of funk, blues, rock, and Latin styles. Peravon also plays original compositions in the same vein.
SHEROES. Created and led by pianist/composer/educator Monika Herzig, the all-female, all “first–call” talent group features a cast of international virtuosi; including Leni Stern (guitar, Germany/ USA), Ingrid Jensen (trumpet, Canada/ USA), Ada Rovatti (saxophone, Italy), Jamie Baum (flutes, USA), Reut Regev (trombone, Israel/USA), Jennifer Vincent (bass, USA), Rosa Avila (drums, Mexico) and Mayra Casales (percussion, Cuba/USA)
This event will be able to stream virtually as well as attend in-person.
Creative Alliance convenes some of the brightest old-time musicians, singers, and dancers in the country to celebrate where this music exists today. Join host artists Ken & Brad Kolodner for the Baltimore Old Time Music Festival!
On Friday night, Ken and Brad welcome a dizzying lineup of musicians including Brad Leftwich & The Humdingers, Bill and The Belles, and Jake Blount with his band.
The New York Times called the Miró Quartet a group that plays with “explosive vigor and technical finesse,” and the Houston Chronicle praised its “refinement, drama, and adventure.” The exciting group returns with the world premiere of a new work by Pulitzer Prize winner Caroline Shaw, along with Mozart’s buoyant “Hunt” Quartet and Beethoven’s tumultuous and radiant Op. 132.
MOZART: String Quartet in B-flat Major, K. 458, “Hunt”
CAROLINE SHAW: Microfictions [Vol. I] (World Premiere, SHCS co-commission)
BEETHOVEN: String Quartet in A minor, Op. 132
More than 1,300 participants attended Peabody Institute's February symposium, The Next Normal: Arts Innovation and Resilience in a Post-COVID World, and one of the themes that developed was the urgent need to build performing arts institutions that are more flexible and adaptable structurally and programmatically, responsive to communities, and open to evolving ways of making art.
Amanda is having a sleepover* and she hopes that you’ll attend.
There will be games. There will be secrets. There will be snacks (if you bring them…this show is online).
Grab your pajamas, log onto your computer, and join us for a wild, weird, nostalgic gathering unlike any you’ve experienced before.
The Sleepover is an experimental, immersive theatre piece and it isn’t complete without you. Participation is encouraged, but not required.
Recommended for ages 18+
(Approximate run time: 110 minutes, no intermission)
Singin' Rice will be the theme as Laura Wortman, Letitia Van Zandt, Kagey Parish, and Caleb Stine singing their original songs and the songs of the Late Great Tony Rice. Expect another episode in the Round The Mountain cabin-style hoe-down. See you there!