Baltimore nonprofit CLLCTIVLY and Vegan Soulfest have joined forces to offer a three-day festival dedicated to social change, fundraising, and the amplification of Black-led organizations and voices that combine the efforts and programs of two signature events, We Give Black Fest and Vegan Soulfest into one event.
Ari and the Buffalo Kings is back at Creative Alliance with a world of well-traveled folk to lift you up into shiny new heart spaces and explore the strange and beautiful reaches of the human heart mind. With music inspired by the sands and soils of the band's travels, Ari and the Buffalo Kings' lush sonic landscapes and infectious grooves offer a unique experience inspired by Spanish guitar, classical flute and cello, folksy three-part harmonies, and poetry that makes you feel, think, and call your mother just to check-in.
The Baltimore Honky Tonk is comin' to ya again this month on Thursday August 25th! Come get your two-stepping on at Waverly Brewing Company with more live music, great vibes, and tons of dancing. Patsy's Honky Tonk Torch & Twang are coming back for their second appearance at Waverly! They'll be bringing tons of great music for dancing. Plus, we have a special guest artist performance from Gina Leslie & Elise Leavy from New Orleans. It'll be live music from 7-10pm with out a single breat! Come to witness this amazing feat at the Baltimore Honky Tonk.
Join us for the Station North Art Walk: Spotlight on Greenmount West featuring the new Art Walk Maker Market, exhibits, performances, open studios, and restaurant specials.
Friday, August 26th, 5:00 - 8:00PM
~all events are 5:00 - 8:00PM unless otherwise noted~
September's Highlandtown First Friday Art Walk features SEVEN art openings, plus pop-ups, tastings, live music, kids clothing swap, family-fun party in the park, and the 4th birthday of "An Evening of Vintage Smut," Highlandtown's randy readings!
In addition, TWO new venues join our Art Walk this month: Boards in a Box AND Nuestas Raices' Casa de la Cultura!
Harpist Jacqueline Pollauf performs a program of French music, all related to the Paris Conservatoire, which was the center of the harp world for many years. Her concert will feature music by Gabriel Pierné, André Jolivet, Marcel Samuel-Rosseau, André Caplet, Marcel Tournier, and Pollauf’s own transcription of a work by Lili Boulanger.
In September 2004, a group of terrorists stormed School Number One in Beslan, Russia, taking hundreds of children, their parents and teachers hostage. The ensuing siege lasted three days and left many dead.
Us/Them is not a straightforward account of this terrible tragedy, but an exploration of the entirely individual way children cope with traumatic situations. Over the course of 60 minutes, Girl and Boy (Anna DeBlasio and Quincy Vicks) introduce us to their town and school, build the world of their experience, and try to make sense of the incomprehensible.
Opening Candlelight Concert Society’s 50th-anniversary season, The Knights will perform music by Ludwig van Beethoven and Czech composer Leos Janacek as well as a new, original piece by composer Viet Cuong commissioned by the society. A chocolate and champagne toast celebrating 50 years will follow the performance.