UMBC's Livewire 11: Rewired new music festival, hosted by the Department of Music, presents an immersive installation, entitled Raaz, by UMBC music faculty Linda Dusman and Alan Wonneberger, with Information Systems faculty Foad Hamidi, and Keith R. Porter Imaging Facility director Tagide deCarvalho. According to the artists, “Raaz, which means secret in Farsi, is a multimedia bioart installation that centers on the concept of poetry-infused transgenic wine created using genetically modified yeast.
Join us on Saturday, October 23rd for the 18th Annual Casey Cares Rock ‘N’ Roll Bash, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Rams Head Live! in Baltimore. Guests will enjoy music, dancing, open bar, food, auctions, raffles and more! Experience a rocking-fun night with live music, featuring performances by the nation's top AC/DC tribute band - High Voltage - joined by Christine Ohlman and The 19th Street Band, a country and rock group with a taste of punk.
Ballet Theatre of Maryland presents Giselle, one of the most popular Romantic ballets of all time, for the first time in our 43 year history. The story brings together an engaging mix of human passions, vengeful ghosts, and the transcendent power of self-sacrificing love. With coveted virtuoso roles and an iconic ‘white ballet act’, this 180 year old tale stands the test of time - perhaps because love and heartbreak resonate with us all.
About this event
Poe’s Magic Theatre is conducting ghost tours in the Westminster Burying Grounds at the corner of Greene & Fayette.
Tours will start in the lobby of the hotel. Get there early and have dinner at the LB Tavern before the tour begins. The Burying Grounds are only a 10 minute walk away.
Each tour will start at the corner of Greene St. and Fayette - right by the Poe Grave itself!
Once you reach the Burying Grounds you will learn:
The history of the Burying Grounds
UMBC's Livewire 11: Rewired new music festival, presented by the Department of Music, concludes on Saturday night with a performance by the dynamic piano-percussion quartet Yarn/Wire in a mind-bending program of works by Klaus Langand Misato Mochizuki. In Lang’s gorgeous work, time seems to stand still; while in Mochizuki’s explosive work, the theatricality of chamber music once more bursts to the fore.
Maestra Alsop returns to the stage for the first time this season with the delightfully comic Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks by Strauss and COLOR FIELD, a BSO commission and world premiere from composer Anna Clyne. Audience favorite Lukáš Vondráček reunites with Marin as he takes on Rachmaninoff’s epic Piano Concerto No. 2.
You're invited to a FREE performance with the Dance & Bmore Elder Ensemble! Songs, dance, and theatrics created and performed by older adults.
Date: Wed, Oct 27th
Time: 1 - 2PM
Location: Waxter Center, 1000 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
RSVP Here: https://forms.gle/hsUmyhCv4sq5tAvv6
The Elder Ensemble Series is brought to you by Free Fall Baltimore and Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts.
In the dark places of the world, elusive and frightening creatures make their homes untouched by the ever-expanding influence of mankind. Drawn forth by the lure of Epic Partying, the veil has now been lifted on these secretive beasts, and there is much they can teach us, for they represent the last sliver of mystery from the Old World. But beware, there are those that would seek to destroy what they represent. Prepare yourself, for here there be monsters.
Join the Baltimore Children’s Choir for a free, family-friendly, outdoor musical performance along the Baltimore Museum of Industry’s waterfront. Youth ages 8-18 will present a variety of repertoire in this one-hour performance supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org). The Baltimore Children’s Choir is a nonprofit organization that makes choral music accessible to children in the greater Baltimore area, in a positive, child-centered environment.
The Point, Baltimore Museum of Industry, 1415 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD 21230
This Saturday, October 30th, Le Mondo presents WOLFTHICKET, a new dance piece exploring a simple yet vast question: why do we dance?
During this exploration, WOLFTHICKET hops and skips across time and place, with inspiration drawn from the traditions, rituals, and fantasies of the 'girls games', such as hand clapping games, recess activities, and make-believe. It then evolves into more adult forms of play, like vaudeville and the joyful catharsis of club culture.
Skull and Bones is a symphonic showcase meets Halloween rave. Classic orchestra showpieces like The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, “Mars” from The Planets, Danse macabre, and the finale of Shostakovich’s 5th Symphony are played in their original form then remixed and combined with electronic beats; layered with vocal stems of Post Malone, Muse, Drake, and Kanye West; and woven into dancehall floor-killers.
Baltimore Center Stage is teaming up with Creative Alliance for a one-night-only spectacular interactive movie night of the timeless cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show featuring live performers, a costume contest and a whole lot of fishnet. Tickets are on sale now! Get yours today!
Christoph König leads a dramatic program featuring Strauss’ Also sprach Zarathustra and Clara Schumann’s Piano Concerto. Often overshadowed by her husband, Clara Schumann was an accomplished concert pianist and child prodigy. Pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason, of the prodigiously talented Kanneh-Mason family, presents the BSO premiere of Clara's concerto. Strauss' Also sprach Zarathustra, instantly recognizable from the soundtrack of Kubrick's film 2001: A Space Odyssey, concludes the program.
In Plain Sight(site) is an ongoing immersive performance series at Le Mondo. Each iteration of the event features a different cycle of multidisciplinary local artists exploring the concept of portals and doorways to other realities.
Shape-shifting between times and dimensions, these artists conjure visions that question our sight, embody the present impossible, and transport us into the unknown.
In this Daphne du Maurier tale of psychological horror reimagined for the Zoom era, a technical glitch may give a troubled woman the ability to see people as they really are.
November 5, 6, and 7 at 8:00 and 9:00. All shows on Zoom.
J. Purnell Hargrove
Adapted by Ann Tabor and Connor Kizer
Directed by Connor Kizer
Technical Direction by Rami Abraham
Sound Design by Scott Burke
Submersive Productions returns to public view November 6th & 7th with “rECHOllection," a FREE and open-ended outdoor theatrical experience in Druid Hill Park at the Latrobe Pavillion. Stay as long or briefly as you'd like. Follow any character that interests you. Stay masked, stay distanced, stay curious.