Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

A collective started in memoriam of a late friend and collaborator brings a DIY art market and music fest to Howard Street

This Saturday, September 10th, local record label Shiny Boy Press is teaming up with Le Mondo to bring the city a new music and art festival highlighting homegrown acts you might miss otherwise. 

Remembering a consummate art raconteur with a big heart who blossomed here, a brilliant artist, collaborator, and friend

David was one of us, a crazy good art citizen. He leaves a bountiful legacy behind.

The series has featured reimaginations of speeches by the likes of James Baldwin, Mother Jones, and Shirley Chisholm

The miniseries concludes on August 25, with Bobby Harris as Nixon defending himself in his infamous 1973 “I Am Not a Crook” press conference.

Baltimore creative powerhouse Landis Expandis virtually reinvents himself as a power trio 

In a town full of creatives who might claim the title of “hardest working artist in town,” Landis “Expandis” McCord is arguably among those with a real shot at that crown. 

A photo essay featuring Baltimore-Washington jazz musicians performing live

A photographer on a mission to document jazz musicians during COVID-19 hardships

The Baltimore supergroup Old Songs features Elizabeth Downing, Mark Jickling, and Chris Mason

As with many of the poets Old Songs has explored, Callimachus was equally at home writing grand paeans to deities as he was writing personal, even confessional verse. 

Baltimore Pride Takes to the Sea

Photo Essay: A Three Hour Cruise Featuring the Absolutely Dragulous Brunch Bunch

Screening one night only at the Charles, a new doc goes behind the scenes with Neil Feather

The end result is more than a portrait of the artist at work; it’s a document of the uniquely collaborative spirit for which Baltimore is, and should be, known. 

Sights and scenes from the festival on June 18-19 at Druid Hill Park

The live music, food vendors, and the congregating of eclectic black folk make it feel like one giant family cook-out.

Nightlife photography of the past and present at Maryland Center for History and Culture

Curated by Joe Tropea, Visions of Night: Baltimore Nocturnes at the Maryland Center for History and Culture beautifully and seamlessly integrates Baltimore nightlife of the past and present.

This Saturday, Muse 360 is throwing a fundraising celebration at the Eubie Blake Cultural Center as the arts education nonprofit searches for a new home

Since 2005, Muse 360 has called the Howard Street cultural center home, but now faces the all-too-familiar challenge of finding another affordable space to host dance classes, meetings, and other events.

Photos from BROS' latest production, Glitterus: Dragon Rising, at Zion Lutheran Church through this weekend

The community members of BROS shared with BmoreArt some insights on the hard work that goes into having so much fun. 

Curators Michael Young and Jia Le Ling transformed the basement of the James E. Hooper House into the chambers of Hell

"The different traditions are also not the only things coming together. There is also the integration of modern and traditional art forms."

After an award-winning trip to SXSW, Beats Not Bullets hosts a fundraiser concert tonight at Metro Gallery

Beats Not Bullets, the brainchild of Kevin “Ogun” Beasley, was started six years ago as a way to teach students in Baltimore how to produce and create music.

"Playing the trumpet gave me butterflies every time."

For Woody, music and community are one and he strives to make music that “sounds like my city.”

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