Poe Baltimore will host the fifth annual International Edgar Allan Poe Festival and Awards (Poe Fest International) with IN-PERSON and virtual events, October 8th- 9th, 2022, featuring vendors, performances, tours, and The Black Cat Ball. This year’s events commemorate the 173rd anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe’s death.*
Indigenous Peoples Day is commemorated with a musical offering featuring choral music of Charles Shadle, Choctaw Nation, and Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, Chickasaw Nation.
The event is free and occurs at St. David's Episcopal Church, 4700 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD. Doors open at 4:00 pm. Masks are encouraged.
The event will be livestreamed via Facebook (@stdavidsmusic) and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/c/StDavidsChurchBaltimore).
Join the JMM for an online performance of folk and klezmer songs about the history and themes raised by the Museum’s current exhibit Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare, on view until October 31st.
Ryan Harvey is a Baltimore-based musician and activist whose performances are part story-telling, part song, and part stand-up political comedy. He’s also a producer of the Hope Dies Last podcast and an owner/artist at Firebrand Records.
Stony Run Friends Meeting, a Quaker Meeting in Baltimore, will host their Annual Benefit Concert on Saturday, November 5, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. at their Meetinghouse, 5116 N. Charles Street, which is adjacent to Friends School of Baltimore. The concert, held in an intimate setting, will feature nationally acclaimed musicians as part of the Baltimore Jazz Collective with Brinae Ali, tap dance and vocals, Alex Brown on piano, Kris Funn on bass, Sean Jones on trumpet, Todd Marcus on bass clarinet, and Quincy Phillips on drums.