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April 24, 2018

TU Pop Music Ensemble7:30-9:30pmPerforming Arts The evening features familiar tunes and original songs by students in the TU Pop Ensemble led by TU faculty member Brian Simms '92.City: Towson
Peter Max – The Retrospective: 1960 - 2018Varies depending on dayVisual Arts A newly-curated collection by artist legend. Peter Max’s exquisite paintings are on exhibition and available for acquisition at Y:ART Gallery, Baltimore’s premier fine art gallery. Meet Peter Max...City: Baltimore
In the Gallery at Dorchester Center for the Arts - Shore TraditionsVisual Arts April 2018 in the Gallery at DCA - "Shore Traditions" featuring four artists: Ed Thieler, Erick Sahler, Graham Slaughter & Lee Goodwin.City: Cambridge
Chao Tian7:30pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural A leading performer on the Chinese dulcimer, Chao Tian received her master’s degree in musical performance in 2010.City: North Bethesda
Family Workshop - Stone Soup Rock Painting11am-2pmVisual Arts, Literary Arts Paint along with a childhood classic! Stone Soup is the timeless classic children's book which teaches the importance of sharing, and we will be creating our own shareable stones to go along with the...City: Hagerstown

April 25, 2018

John Lamkin II Ensemble12:45pmPerforming Arts Music by the John Lamkin II Ensemble.City: Catonsville
Master Class with Dallas Black Dance Theatre – African Dance (Workshop)7pm - 9pmPerforming Arts Experience dance and drumming in an open master class of West African movement, taught by professional members of the acclaimed dance company. Observers can purchase special priced tickets.City: Cheverly
Music in Mind: Hai-Ye Ni, cello8:00 PMPerforming Arts Philadelphia Orchestra principal cellist Hai-Ye Ni performs Arensky’s uniquely scored String Quartet No. 2, joined by School of Music faculty James Stern, Katherine Murdock, Eric Kutz and Rita Sloan.City: College Park
Flying Dog Film Series - Chasing Amy7:30-9:30pmPerforming Arts Happy hour (6:30pm.) Starring Ben Affleck, Joey Lauren Adams, and Ethan Suplee, directed by Kevin Smith. Rated R. (1997)City: Frederick
Butterfly - The Story of a Life Cycle10:15am & 12NPerforming Arts A wondrous view into the insect world seen on the big stage.City: Towson

April 26, 2018

Just Call Me God Starring John Malkovich8pmPerforming Arts The musical drama features Malkovich and powerful organ music by Bach, Liszt, and others. His words as a megalomaniacal dictator are countered by the powerful response of music most sublime.City: North Bethesda
Blackbird Poetry Festival - Nightbird7:30-9:30pmPerforming Arts, Fairs & Festivals, Literary Arts Award-winning poet, author, activist Marilyn Chin unflinchingly explores the intersection of Asian and American worlds. "Hard Love Province" won the Anisfield-Wolf Award for Literature confronting...City: Columbia
Dulcimer Workshop7-9pmPerforming Arts Join enthusiast Dave Erhardt at a dulcimer gathering. You only need an interest. Beginners welcome, no music experience necessary. Loaner dulcimers on a first-come, first-serve basis. Adults/...City: Cockeysville
Iron Butterfly8pmPerforming Arts Formed in 1966, Iron Butterfly has performed throughout the world. Their mega hit song "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" is a quintessential anthem to the '60s generation. City: Annapolis
BSO Presents - Tchaikovsky with Balanchine8pmPerforming Arts Marin Alsop conducts an all-Tchaikovsky program including Romeo and Juliet Fantasy-Overture and Suite from Swan Lake.City: Baltimore

April 27, 2018

Blessing of the Oxford Bellevue Ferry6pmPerforming Arts, Fairs & Festivals, History & Heritage Kick off the ferry season and celebrate 335 years of the service in Oxford. Rev Cross of Holy Trinity will bless the ferry in the annual cocktail event. No charge just BYO.City: Oxford
Photography Lecture6-7pmVisual Arts, Ongoing Part of the Kittredge-Wilson Speaker Series. Lecture given by Tina Barney, recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship.City: Easton
Robin Spielberg - Piano7:30pmPerforming Arts One of America’s most beloved pianist/composers. With hundreds of thousands of recordings sold, this Steinway Artist has been winning hearts of listeners around the world with her compelling melodies.City: North Bethesda
BSO Presents Off the Cuff: Tchaikovsky with Balanchine8:15 pmPerforming Arts Experience the musical and visual journey of Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings in C Major performed by dancers from the Baltimore School for the Arts, staged by Deborah Wingert with coaching by...City: Rockville
KICK - The INXS Experience8pmPerforming Arts KICK - The INXS Experience is the USA's most captivating tribute to the internationally acclaimed rock band, INXS. These talented musicians provide a spontaneous eruption of passion for their...City: Annapolis

April 28, 2018

The American Rogues7:30pmPerforming Arts Musical performance of jigs, reels, hornpipes, ballads, as well as popular soundtracks and more.City: Glen Burnie
Peabody Symphony Orchestra - Peabody-Hopkins Chorus & Peabody Singers8-10pmPerforming Arts These ensembles from Peabody will present the Faure Requiem and Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade. Tickets available March 1.City: Baltimore
Maryland Day at UM10am-4pmPerforming Arts, Visual Arts Explore the creativity of Terps and the local community on Maryland Day. Presented by The Clarice.City: College Park
I've Got a Right to Shout7pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural A tribute to the African American woman from the soils of Africa to the turbulent journey in America. Think Queen Nefertiti to Michelle Obama. It's a riveting portrayal of resilience, power and faith.City: Gwynn Oak
Classical Recital Series at Montpelier - Jeff Stern1-2:30pmPerforming Arts Percussionist Jeff Stern is emerging as an exciting new voice in today’s contemporary music scene. As a performer, Stern has performed at Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall, the Lincoln Center, and the...City: Laurel

April 29, 2018

Judy Collins4:30pm & 7:30pmPerforming Arts Since she was just 13, Judy Collins has inspired audiences with sublime vocals, boldly vulnerable songwriting, personal life triumphs, and a firm commitment to social activism. City: Annapolis
Spring Is In the Air - A Choral Spring Showcase3-4:30pmPerforming Arts The University Chorale, Women’s Chorus and Men’s Chorus present choral selections that celebrate all things spring and new beginnings.City: Towson
The Karl Shiflett and Big Country Show2pmPerforming Arts, Ongoing Bluegrass Concert featuring some of the best Regional and National Bluegrass artists.City: Hughesville
Poetry & Music3-5pmPerforming Arts, Literary Arts Grace Cavalieri, nationally-known and beloved poet and playwright will read from her latest book, “Other Voices, Other Lives” and other selections. Guest Musicians: The Animato Suzuki Violin Program.City: Annapolis
BSO Presents Tchaikovsky with Balanchine3pmPerforming Arts Marin Alsop conducts an all-Tchaikovsky program including Romeo and Juliet Fantasy-Overture and Suite from Swan Lake. City: Rockville

April 30, 2018

Brass Ensembles Showcase8-9:30pmPerforming Arts Students in brass ensembles of trumpet, horn, trombone and tuba /euphonium present an eclectic mix of arrangements. Including music by Jennifer Fletcher, Anthony Plog and John Stevens.City: Towson
UMD Percussion Ensemble Concert - April8PMPerforming Arts Usually positioned at the back of the orchestra, the percussion section moves center stage to reveal the colorful, melodic potential of their instruments in this striking concert of contemporary...City: College Park
Four Rivers Garden Club Flower Mart8:30am-2pmVisual Arts, Fairs & Festivals, Nature & Outdoor Annual Flower Mart on the day before May Day, with ready-made and pre-ordered May Baskets, cut flowers, bake table,...City: Annapolis
Tell My Mother I Gone to Cuba5:30-7:30pmHistory & Heritage, Literary Arts, Multicultural Book presentation by Author Dr. Sharon M. Marshall who is an award winning Barbadian journalist. Event is accessible via Skype for business. Books on Sale; Author signing.City: Baltimore
CloveVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts In this multidisciplinary devised piece, spoken word, hip-hop, jazz, short plays and more fuse together in a search for answers to central questions of identity. City: College Park