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Creative Voices + Cultural Happeningsin Montgomery County, MD
Many who grew up in the late 1980s and early 1990s were swept up in the Seattle grunge movement; they listened to Pearl Jam, Nirvana and Soundgarden. But musician Shaun Hague stuck to classic rock. He first heard a song by English rock and blues guitarist, singer and songwriter Eric Clapton on his father’s “Best of Cream” album, a compilation View more
For Rachel Carlson, necessity was indeed the mother of invention. “I started Six Degree Singers in 2009 because I needed to conduct a choir to get into grad school,” said the conductor, soprano soloist, chamber ensemble singer and voice teacher.
“Maryland Citizens for the Arts was born 40 years ago today,” noted Hess, MCA’s founder and one of the state’s staunchest arts advocates, just before introducing Graham and kicking off the largest gathering of arts professionals in the state. “And Busy has been active throughout Maryland for the past four decades.