Keyboard powerhouses Garrick Ohlsson, “captivating” (BBC Music) and Kirill Gerstein, “expressive brilliance” (The Guardian), join forces for a two-piano recital of revelatory depth. Recorded in the beautiful San Francisco Conservatory, the program features Busoni’s stunning homage to Bach and Rachmaninoff’s and Ravel’s rich color, rhythmic drive, and melodic splendor. The concert will be followed by an Artist Q&A.
This is their second live streaming event on our stage. Access the recording from their Aug 28, 2020 performance at https://www.instantseats.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.event&eventID=1CE...
Matt Perich, guitar
Phil Ravita, bass
Greg Herron, drums
For the third installment of the institution’s Core Conversation Series, MCHC is hosting a conversation on “authenticity,” where Aaron Henkin and Wendel Patrick, producers of the WYPR documentary series “Out of the Blocks,” joins MCHC's Director of Education David Armenti in a conversation about authenticity, what it means to be authentic, and how does it play a role in the way we collect objects and stories. This virtual program is free and open to all audiences, however registration is required.
Oldtime Central is very excited to announce The Fall Oldtime Gathering: a virtual weekend of workshops, jams, concerts, and lots of opportunities to socialize with the teachers and one another!
Join us for the weekend with teachers Jane Rothfield, Evie Ladin, Emily Mann, and Maggie Shar!
100% oldtime, 100% online.
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“Steve Kirby IS A BADASS. Every once in a while a project comes in that just blows me away. This was the 2016 project. It is an amazing record on so many levels. It moved me.” Mark Wilder, Sony Music recording engineer
“Steve Kirby, like an alchemist, brews all these ingredients together and concocts listening universes that are both intellectually stimulating and musically pleasing, for both specialized and secular ears” Fredric Cardin, ICI Musique
Virtually tour the Lord Baltimore Hotel and learn the stories of its long term residents then have a seance at the end!
Feel free to bring your own equipment! Join paranormal investigator and author Vince Wilson as he explores the haunted history of The Lord Baltimore Hotel!
Live music, movement, and games that you can do at home!
Join Dance & Bmore for an Elder Arts Jam for those 65 + yrs and caregivers. Share this with anyone you think would LOVE to Jam!
Mathuin Smith, sax
Jose Andre, piano
Charles Perry, bass
Tyler Pons, drums
The Mathuin Smith Quartet is a 4-piece jazz ensemble based in the Washington, DC and Northern Virginia areas that comprises four talented student musicians in the area: saxophonist Mathuin Smith, pianist José André, bassist Charles Perry, and drummer Tyler Pons.
A fundraiser and gala for the Baltimore Rock Opera Society to officially kick off our tenth year of operation! Join the Baltimore Rock Opera Society for Swanktacular VI: 10th Anniversary Special!
Imagine a 1970's TV awards show of epic proportions. This year's star-studded event will be hosted by the dynamic duo and BROS performance alum, Rex and Lauren Anderson! Witness your favorite BROS moments, meet a puppet or two, and support your city's flagship rock opera company on our 10th anniversary of creating original rock theater.
Join the Baltimore Rock Opera Society for our sixth annual fundraising gala, Swanktacular VI: 10th Anniversary Special, now entirely virtual!
For reasons that by now should be obvious, we and our attendees will unfortunately not be able to enjoy the epic, in-person 10 Year Anniversary Special we've been planning. But you should know by now that BROS is not content to just do nothing, so we've created a whole new Swanktacular experience!
Join award-winning author Derrick Barnes as he shares about his path from child to published author and a reading from one of his books. The event will conclude with time for questions and answers.
Submit your questions to be answered during the live event: https://forms.gle/bK8tBPVFDS3dM5m49
Are you a creative interested in advocating for the significance of creativity in our current quarantine culture?
Join painter and MICA instructor Duane Lutsko in a presentation / open dialogue that explores creativity, art theory, and art activism.
We will open with Dr. Elliott Eisner’s Ten Lessons the Arts Teach to generate a dialogue and invite participants to challenge themselves to articulate a personal voice promoting the significance of art.
Connect with members of Maryland’s arts sector to build shared language and understandings about racial justice through guided discussions and sharing.
For dates, times, and registration, visit the book club registration page.
For those requesting assistance purchasing the books we will be reading as part of this series, please submit the Google Form Book Request.
As a 20th-century occupational therapist, Dr. William Rush Dunton Jr. saw potential in a popular tradition of needle crafts dating back to mid-19th-century Maryland women. The “wild and untamed” examples of self-expression through the Baltimore album quilt tradition married the therapeutic benefits of community and occupational therapy’s goal of assisting patients’ successful transition back into society.