Events & Tickets

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2020-2021 Concerts
Jordan Prescott

Live-Streamed Organ Recital

About the Event

Jordan Prescott’s Organ Recital will be live-streamed FREE from St. John’s Episcopal Church.  The virtual concert will also be recorded and posted on our YouTube channel for you to watch at your convenience.  We’ll send out more information soon. Look for details in our January e-newsletter, on our Facebook page, and here on our website.

About the Artist

Hailed by the Baltimore Sun as a “rising organ star,” Jordan Prescott has established himself as one of the leading organists and scholars of his generation. Acclaimed for his interpretation of French organ music, Jordan will perform works of Mendelssohn, Bach, Howells and Demessieux. His program will also feature the music of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912), a Black British composer whose works gained immense popularity during his lifetime.  There will even be a composition from The Beatles!

Peabody Ragtime Ensemble

About the Event

The Peabody Ragtime Ensemble will be live-streamed FREE from St. John’s Episcopal Church.  The virtual concert will also be recorded and posted on our YouTube channel for you to watch at your convenience.  We’ll send out more information as we get closer to the date. Look for details in our January e-newsletter, on our Facebook page, and here on our website.

About the Artist

Maryland’s premiere vintage jazz ensemble is dedicated to preserving the roots of America jazz through research, arrangement, and performance. From Ragtime to Dixieland to Big Band, the ensemble “edutains” audiences with a blend of informative narrative and virtuoso playing.

Theodicy Jazz Collective

About the Event

The Theodicy Jazz Collective’s concert, originally scheduled for November 2020, was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.  We’re working to get a date for 2021.  We don’t know yet if we can hold the event in-person or if we’ll live-stream the performance.  We’ll send out more information once it’s available. Look for details in our January e-newsletter, on our Facebook page, and here on our website.

About the Artist

The Theodicy Jazz Collective was formed at Oberlin Conservatory in 2006 and grew during residency at the Yale Institute of Sacred Music from 2008 to 2012. The band incorporates sounds from the traditions of jazz and gospel music and rhythms from Latin America and Africa. Their music is a constant prayer, sometimes a shout of joy, sometimes a call to action, sometimes a cry for hope.

The Musical Heritage of Venice

About the Event

The HCCO orchestra plans to partner with the music faculty and students at UMBC to perform works by Monteverdi, Gabrieli, and Vivaldi. We’re still working to get a date for the Musical Heritage of Venice.  We’ll send out more information once it’s available.Look for details in our January e-newsletter, on our Facebook page, and here on our website.

Ticket Prices

Adult

(25 & older)
$ 25
  •  

Students

(age 18-24)
$ 12
  • Must show ID

Kids

(17 & under)
FREE
  • Must be accompanied by
    a paying adult

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Peabody Ragtime Ensemble

Maryland’s premiere vintage jazz ensemble preserves the roots of American jazz through research, arrangement and performance. From Ragtime to Dixieland to Big Band, the ensemble

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