A reading and a performance with an instrumental trio featuring bassist Obasi Akoto aka Steve Kirby, drummer Eric Kennedy, and Ahmed Abdullah on trumpet, flugelhorn and vocals, joined by Monique Ngozi Nri, vocals and poetry. In-person and livestream tickets available!
In this captivating memoir, the first full-length account of life in the Arkestra by any of its members, Harlem-born trumpeter Ahmed Abdullah recounts two decades of traveling the spaceways with the inimitable composer, pianist, and big-band leader Sun Ra.
2x Grammy Nominee, Blind Guitarist and Singer-Songwriter Raul Midón returns to An Die Musik, in-person and livestream tickets available!
“ ...a one-man band who turns a guitar into an orchestra and his voice into a chorus.” — New York Times
"Raul Midón lives in a world of sound.” — NPR
The Skip Grasso Trio will perform a program of music to celebrate the centenary of the birth of jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery.
Made possible by a Free Fall Baltimore grant from Baltimore Office of Promotion and Arts, the concert is Free to attend in person or livestream.
Come and hear Schubert's famous song cycle Die Schöne Müllerin at An die Musik! In-person and livestream tickets available!
Mac Atkinson, tenor
Heather Morrison, soprano
Stephanie Baird, piano
Die Schöne Müllerin is one of the three monumental song cycles written by Franz Schubert and one of his most beloved works. It follows the story of the young miller boy as he traverses love and loss for the first time.
Join Sphinx, the electronic quintet led by Stephen Philip Harvey, as they celebrate the release of their self-titled debut album "Sphinx" Available September 29, 2023 on Hidden Cinema Records. In-person and livestream tickets available!
Stephen Philip Harvey, tenor saxophone
Jake Ruth, guitar
Anthony Pocetti, synth/rhodes
Mike Graham, bass
Jordon Stanley, drums, synth/rhodes
In-person and livestream tickets available! $10 for students with valid ID!
We are excited to welcome the Baltimore Lieder Weekend back to An die Musik! All events are FREE thanks to The Hampsong Foundation and Free Fall Baltimore!
In-person and livestream tickets available!
- Friday, October 20, 7pm -
7:00 PM Concert 1 – All Schumann
Ryan de Ryke, baritone
Daniel Schlosberg, piano
- Saturday, October 21, 11am -
11:00 AM Lecture – “Grief and the Warping of Time: Brahms’ ‘In stiller Nacht”
Susan Youens, scholar
2:00 PM Masterclass –
featuring students from Peabody Conservatory
Mark G. Meadows releases his latest album with his most profoundly moving and joyous original music yet. “Only Time” was created during the pandemic and the songs reveal the human terrain of navigating lockdown - and life itself.
Livestream passes and student tickets available!
Mark G. Meadows - vocals/piano
Kanysha Williams - vocals
Elijah Jamal Balbed - saxophone
Keith Butler - drums
Eliot Seppa - bass
John Lee - guitar