Carlo Gesualdo: O vos omnes
Dieterich Buxtehude: Ad manus (To the hands) from Membra Jesu Nostri
Caroline Shaw: To the hands
Matthew Aucoin: Choruses from Crossing
David Lang: Beautiful Dreamer, from battle hymns
Derrick Sky: Ready, Bright
Peabody Jazz Ensemble
The Percussion Ensemble is highly adventurous in its programming, with a repertoire that includes graphic-notation pieces, improvisational works and theater pieces, as well as works by important early percussion composers such as John Cage, Carlos Chavez, and Alan Hovhaness.
On the Sixth Day of Candy Lane, join us for a Frozen Sing-A-Long. Complete with a hot cocoa bar and swing set installation – attendees of all ages and encouraged to come belt “Let It Go” with Elsa, Anna, and Olaf themselves during this free family event.
The Baltimore Gamer Symphony Orchestra is back with their fall/winter 2022 program: Oops, All Indies!
Join us on December 10 at 1 p.m. at the Baltimore War Memorial!
We've crammed this concert full of tunes from some of the most beloved indie games out there, including fan-favorites like Hades, cult classics like Paradise Killer, and even old-school games like Myst!
Admission to this show is FREE, and this concert is an all-ages event.
Enjoy a festive and free program of swing, samba, funk and more with the Columbia Big Band!
You're invited to an elegant Holiday evening out. Watch as the aerialists and acrobats fly, twist and turn themselves into unforgettable moments of awe set to a lively score of holiday music and Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. A Cirque Holiday Soiree is an evening not to be missed - join the BSO and Troupe Vertigo as we transform the season into a treat for your eyes!
This holiday event repeats on Sat., December 10 at 8 PM and Sun., December 11 at 3 PM at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore, MD.
We are Wrapping up the Year with a group show featuring works by Bennett Vadnais, Beth Bathe, Carol Lee Thompson, Crystal Moll, Deborah Kommalan, Kathy Daywalt, Stephanie Marzella,Tim Kelly and Vlad Duchev.
Join us for a festive evening of art, holiday cheer, and LIVE music by Roses n Rust!!
We have something for all of the art lovers on your list!
UMBC's Department of Music presents the Camerata Chamber Choir under the direction of Kevin O’Brien. A small choral ensemble consisting of auditioned singers from across the university. Camerata performs a wide variety of works drawn from the expansive choral repertoire: including Renaissance motets and madrigals, folksongs, German part songs, Russian sacred liturgies, American spirituals, and new American concert works.
The Peabody Concert Orchestra will perform works by Daugherty and Rimsky-Korsakov on Saturday, December 10 at 7:30 pm. Conducted by Joseph Young and featuring tubist Jasmine Pigott, this concert will take place in Miriam A. Friedberg Concert Hall.
On the second day of Candy Lane, we invite you to join us for Family Fun Day. This inclusive day will include visits from Santa, rowhome gingerbread making brought to you by Baltimore Architecture Foundation and Lord Baltimore Hotel (registration required), complimentary hot cocoa, story time with Enoch Pratt Library, and all sorts of other crafts and activities for all ages.
Beau Soir flute, viola, and harp trio
A potpourri of 18th to 21st century music
…with a dash of holiday cheer!
Theodore Dubois • Terzettino
George Philipp Telemann • Trio Sonata in B minor
Mélanie Hélène • Scenes de la Foret
Martyn Adams • Chasing Tale
Eduardo Argulo • The Autumn Messengers (commissioned for Beau Soir Trio)
…and Christmas holiday selections
High school students free. Younger children free with an adult.
Join the First & Franklin Sanctuary Choir, readers and guest artists for this annual musical celebration of the seasons of Advent and Christmas. The choir will sing John Rutter’s three-movement "Gloria", accompanied by US Armed Forces brass players. Also featured will be Christian Humcke’s "Evening Quiescence" for choir and harp, written for the First & Franklin Sanctuary Choir during the composer’s time in our choir. The sanctuary will be bathed in the warmth of candlelight and beautiful music, and a festive reception follows in Reid Chapel.
In Candlelight Concert Society’s first Free-for-All Concert, the society will showcase Maryland’s young musicians, including winners of competitions, graduates of county schools and students of local music studios. The concert is part of the Candlelight Concert Society’s 50th-anniversary season.
Tickets are free. To reserve tickets, visit CandlelightConcerts.org or call 410-997-2324.