The Salvation Army Band, comprised of 36 brass instrument players, will be performing classics, gospels and melodious brass tunes that will get you dancing from your seat. The performance will take place at the Inner Harbor Amphitheater (200 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD) from noon to 1 p.m. This free concert is family friendly and open to the public. Learn more about this event at www.sa-md.org
Mahler's towering and melodic First Symphony is a love letter to nature, life, and love itself -- the perfect way to round out this season's return to the stage! Our concert starts with Gabriela Ortiz's "Antrópolis" inspired by the spirit of Mexican dance halls, before the young virtuosos of our Young Artist Competition dazzle you with their age-defying abilities.
Vaccinations and masks are strongly encouraged but no longer required.
Legendary Glitterus is the last remaining dragon in a world that has plunged into the darkness of heart and spirit. In order to continue her species and save the world, Glitterus summons five Mystics from scattered tribes to find her lost eggs. During the Mystics’ journey to save the baby Glits and defeat the power-hungry Tower Wizard, they laugh, they battle, they funk out with their junk out, and learn that they are stronger when they fight united.
The Dance and Music Festival (DMF) is a family friendly festival that was created by Yolanda Pauling, the late Sam “The Man” Burns and Tracy Stevens. Our goal is to give our youth and families hope for their future and encourage mentorship, present positive self-images, and role models.
Familiar to BSO audiences, masterful conductor Peter Oundjian leads the orchestra in a thrilling performance of one of the most mystical classical works, Holst’s The Planets. The program also includes the tone poem Dust Devils by Canadian-born composer Vivian Fung and Debussy’s Nocturnes, the ultimate impressionist work capturing the beauty and wonders of planet Earth.
Whether you love science with your fiction or costumes with your books, we do too! While our central theme is writing, literature, and authors, our dynamic program has something everyone can appreciate. Join over fifteen hundred fans of all backgrounds as we gather to celebrate Science Fiction and Fantasy with more than 300 hours of diverse programming, from award-winning authors and publishers to twitch live-streamers, from cosplay experts to renowned scientists and tech innovators.
Exploring over 400 years of literature from the Sheridan Libraries Special Collections, A Musical Odyssey will trace the historical intersections between music and the written word. Come enjoy an afternoon of free music in one of the most beautiful libraries in the world!
From Goethe’s evil Fairy King and Shakespeare to modern interpretations of Sappho and mysterious manuscripts by Edgar Allan Poe, soprano Teresa Ferrara and pianist Allison Freeman will explore the fascinating ways in which music and text have interacted throughout history.
The BSO’s Symphony in the City series is back! Symphony in the City brings the Orchestra out of the concert hall and into community locations across Baltimore City. Led by BSO Assistant Conductor Jonathan Rush and featuring spoken word artist, Wordsmith, in partnership with the Friends of Patterson Park include a combination of classical favorites paired with pop music specially arranged for Wordsmith to perform with the BSO.
Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at 6:30 PM
Patterson Park Observatory: 2601 East Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21224
The BSO’s Symphony in the City series is back! Symphony in the City brings the Orchestra out of the concert hall and into community locations across Baltimore City. This concert led by BSO Assistant Conductor Jonathan Rush in partnership with the Friends of Patterson Park, includes a combination of classical favorites paired with pop music specially arranged for Wordsmith to perform with the BSO.
Hungarian pianist Dénes Várjon’s sensational technique and deep musicality have made him a most exciting and highly regarded pianist on the international stage. As a soloist he has been a welcome guest in concert series and festivals such as New York’s Carnegie Hall, Vienna’s Konzerthaus, and London’s Wigmore Hall.
Join us for a live music and abstract painting experience featuring American contemporary artist, Katie Pumphrey and saxophonist, flutist, and vocalist Ray Winder.
Enjoy a sight and sound experience inspired by Joan Mitchell’s life, musical influences, and breathtaking abstract paintings that evoke landscapes, memories, poetry, and music.
The sun is out, and so are we! After a long winter, Phillips Crab Deck is back for another season. The Phillips Crab Deck is perched on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor in the heart of downtown and offers a crab-filled menu for outdoor dining and carryout. All summer long (weather permitting), we’ll be serving seafood favorites from the Chesapeake Bay and beyond.
3 days of LIVE Music and more at the top of the Chesapeake. Headliners include Shemekia Copeland, Raul Midon, Gunhild Carling, Felix Pastorius & the Hipster Assassins, Kelly Bell Band. Free 1-hour shows at the Integrity Real Estate/Key Title Locals Stage on Pennington. Beer/Wine garden, vendors, Family FunDay Sunday.
In this “tour de force” concert, Byron Stripling showcases ragtime masters Scott Joplin and Jelly Roll Morton in addition to blues legends B.B. King and Muddy Waters. Stripling’s entertaining and humorous vignettes about the music and its creators, with a finale that closes with an unforgettable toe-tapping jam session, are not to be missed. Stripling is joined by keyboardist Bobby Floyd of the Ray Charles, Dr. John, and Count Basie Bands.
Crickets is a weekly Saturday morning class for children ages 4 to 6, engaging the body and mind in joyful music-making. Highly-trained teachers gently encourage very young children to explore the voice as their first true instrument through play, games, and movement. We offer small classes that last 50 minutes and are limited to 10 children each. The summer session is 6 weeks long with July 2nd off. Classes start Saturday, June 4th with a 9:30 or 10:40 AM start time at the Children’s Chorus of Maryland in downtown Towson.