Creative Voices + Cultural Happeningsin Montgomery County, MD
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Presented by Strathmore at Music Center at Strathmore
This classic album has become synonymous with the season and become a treasured holiday tradition for millions over the past 35 years.
Presented by National Philharmonic at Online/Virtual Space
Brian Ganz, teacher, musician, lover of all things Chopin, and favorite performer to NatPhil audiences of all ages, inspires with his visceral connection to his performance and his emotional connection to each composition.
Legendary jazz performer Charles Lloyd first picked up the saxophone at age 9—more than 70 years ago.
Celebrate the holidays with highlights from George Frideric Handel’s Messiah, featuring an all-star cast of performers, and led NatPhil's artistic director Stan Engebretson. Sing along from home while enjoying all your favorites.
From time to time, everyone can benefit from an emotional and mental trip to a world of fantasy and magic. Inspired by the classic “Through the Looking Glass” by Lewis Carroll, this concert creates a sense of wonder and joy in the audience.
Presented by Strathmore at The Mansion at Strathmore
Haimovitz is a groundbreaking artist often praised for his ingenuity, artistry, and enthusiasm.
Composers Adolphus Hailstork, whose style blends musical ideas from both the African American and European traditions and Richard Strauss’s Metamorphosen, Piotr Gajewski, conductor.
In 1972, a group of young artists made history by creating an orchestra without a conductor in which musicians led themselves democratically.
Presented by Strathmore at amp
Described as Whose Line Is It Anyway? meets the TONY Awards, the hilarious Broadway’s Next Hit Musical is the world’s first and only unscripted theatrical awards show.
The beloved music of classic rock band America continues to find new devotees with every passing decade.
Alas, we can’t all become astronauts, but this concert offers the next best thing.
Back by popular demand after a sold-out show at Strathmore in February 2019, Porter is beloved for his honeyed baritone and soulful jazz.
Witness seven acrobats pushed to their physical limits without reserve in a disarmingly intimate setting.
An orchestral premier from composer Henry Dehlinger and our own principal wind players show their virtuosity performing a unique, rarely presented Mozart work.
Presented by Strathmore at AMP by Strathmore
The “Empress of the Unexpected,” as dubbed by NPR, has reinvented herself yet again.
With a line-up that reads like a who’s who of the Tony Awards, this special concert brings together three outstanding singer-songwriters, whose musical visions are currently energizing Broadway, for an intimate evening of songs and stories.
In this workshop perfect for kids and adults to experience together, you’ll learn a simple and fun method for making up lyrics and melodies.
A blend of local and international composers expressing the strength of home articulate the power of where you are, the acceptance and importance of now, and the value of nature as part of daily life.
Brian McKnight has been serenading fans with his silky, sensual R&B for nearly 30 years.
At this concert, Maestro Gajewski demonstrates how Johann Sebastian Bach’s genius influenced and inspired future composers.
Carlos Simon’s Portrait of the Queen traces the evolution of Black people in America through the lens of one figurative Black woman who represents strength, courage, and selflessness. Dramatic spoken word, written by Courtney D. Ware.
All you need to know about WhoGrass is that Pete Townshend took a break from his windmill guitar strumming to declare that The HillBenders “should get a f-ing Grammy for it.
Iconic pianist George Winston has inspired fans and musicians alike with his singular solo acoustic piano songs for more than 40 years while selling 15 million albums.
A tribute can’t do much better than a ringing endorsement from the original—and Linda Ronstadt loves Tony-nominee Ann Hampton Callaway.
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